Articles for tag: Freud, Porphyria, Robert Browning

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Analysis of “Porphyria’s Lover” by Robert Browning

…at last I knew Porphyria worshipp’d me; surprise Made my heart swell, and still it grew While I debated what to do. That moment she was mine, mine, fair, Perfectly pure and good: I found A thing to do, and all her hair In one long yellow string I wound Three times her little throat ...

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O Never Star — a Poem of Hope

“O never star” a poem of hope Robert Browning lived in a time of great poets. He was a poet since childhood and studied at home, speaking four languages by twelve years of age. Later in life, he married the poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning and encouraged her to publish her now famous love sonnets. He ...

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Great Mothers’ Day Quotes

“God could not be everywhere, and so He made mothers.” — Jewish Proverb “Heaven is at the feet of mothers.” — Arabic Proverb “Her children arise up, and call her blessed.” — Bible, Proverbs 31:28 “Most of all the other beautiful things in life come by twos and threes by dozens and hundreds. Plenty of ...

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Analysis of the Poem My Last Duchess by Robert Browning

In the Poem My Last Duchess by Robert Browning the heartless and haughty speaker explains a painting of his last wife while inadvertently revealing a darker side to his last marriage than one might view from they outside. The poem depicts a dense stream of conscious feel to it by using language and sentence structure ...

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An Analysis of Themes in James Joyce’s The Dead

“The Dead” by James Joyce is set in early 20th century Ireland during the Christmas season and, very importantly, at Epiphany. A venerable portrait is drawn for the reader, who sees the aunt’s home, Michael Furey and his grave clearly (perhaps even more clearly than Gabriel can be seen), and, maybe most importantly, the snow ...