The dramatic monologue is a poetic form that was used by Victorian poets to its fullest, especially by Robert Browning, now considered one of the most talented and prolific dramatic monologists. It worked as a tool to examine issues of the day that may not have been examined otherwise,...
Dramatic Monologue is a combination of two words i.e., dramatic and monologue. The word dramatic is an adjective derived from the Greek word dramatikos meaning something which pertains to drama or which is replete with action and is suitable for drama.
We often form preconceived ideas about how certain individuals should behave or act, but nobody is perfect. Moral codes change with every generation "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone."
A very beautiful poetry about the girl in the rain.
The poem I Knew a Woman is a very carnal poem that contextually depicts love prevalence. This poem shows its supreme sense of resemblance and love for the beloved. The poet accords adoration of a woman's body in a frivolous and frolic tone in this poem.
Before Internet, email and even telephones and planes, people from different countries were still falling in love and often having to maintain long distance love affairs separated by miles and seas.
There is a lot of media coverage and attempts to reduce road fatalities due to drink-driving, texting while driving, and speeding but a real danger is tiredness and falling asleep at the wheel.
A poem describing the pain of verbal and physical abuse.
a poem by mv, about childhood
Plato and Aristotle critique poetry and the effect it has on poets and their audiences, as well as society and humankind. Both men approach the critique from different perspectives-Plato from an idealistic deductive viewpoint depicted in dialogue format, and Aristotle from a realistic, practical...