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Llueve azul y rojo — it rains blue and red — bilingûal poetry

«Un pueblo que pierde la fuerza necesaria para sacudirse el yugo, acaba por venerarlo.» José Vasconcelos Llueve azul y rojo Desde la oscuridad”, veo volar los colores que tiñen de crepúsculo, las manos. Mi país, secuestrado por las armas de la noche, está postrado ante un ocaso desdibujado”, sin las luces de la aurora. La conformidad nimba la frente de…

Poetry translation

What is “translation theory”? It is and is not a new field! Translation and tower of Babel are considered to be the same age but Modern Language Association International Bibliography only started to introduce translation as a separate entry since 1983. Roman Jakobson believes that the field of contemporary translation should be broken down into three areas: Intralingual translation, rewording…

Journey from oppression to liberation: acts of resistance in kis hwar naheed poetry

Abstract The aim of this paper is to offer some examples of reading feminist agency through an analysis of the poems of Pakistan’s pre-eminent feminist poet, Kishwar Naheed. Some images of women’s oppression and their acts of resistance in Naheed’s poetry are highlighted and illustrated from feminist perspective while utilizing Scott’s theory of “Everyday Resistance.” This paper also aims to…

Poetry discussion

Here, Creativity is the theme that is being explored. We let our imagination go on a wild trip because its strength can only be fathomed. Imagination can help infuse happiness and lighten a moment or any bad circumstance by gestures, facial expression and through writing. The speaker can temporarily jump out of character or the current environment and take a…

The theme of death in poetry

Passing might be a subject not a few creators might truly want to talk concerning. Be that as it may, demise is one among the retaining topics among artists and creators normally kept away from by numerous people exacting stress and pessimistic response. Normally, a few creators stay away from the topic demise or any situation which will cause passing.…

About poetry

Poets and History Research Paper For my research paper I decided to focus on a certain poem and to analyze it to see if it fits into the modern era of poetry. In order for a particular work to fit into the modern era of poetry, it must form a theme of disillusionment, make use of fragmentation, and have an…

Poetry

1: GOLD There are streaks of glitter in her hair that shimmer with the waves of her laughter, and you thought you’d never seen a sight more beautiful than the one you discovered in the dimple on her cheek She knew how to put the world to shame with a laugh so hearty; she had a keen sense of mix…

Theme of death in poetry

Death may be a subject not several authors would really like to speak concerning. However, death is one among the absorbing themes among poets and authors typically avoided by many folks inflicting worry and negative reaction. Ordinarily, several authors avoid the theme death or any circumstance which will cause death. However, in poetry death provides a large spectrum of ideas…

Poetry coursework

“Out, out, brief candle! Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more”. Undeniably this bittersweet reference from Shakespeare’s Macbeth that illustrates the image of a wavering candle light that is fragile and brief also brings to mind the spirit of life, which at the same…

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