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Multi-genre Project, Multi-genre Preview

Red Weather strives to publish and present the best prose, poetry, and visual arts, that the community produces and submits. With the 36th issue of the magazine launching this upcoming Monday, here are previews of pieces from each genre: 302 more words

A Short Analysis of Tennyson’s ‘Tithonus’

A summary of a classic poem

‘Tithonus’ is not as famous as some of Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s other dramatic monologues – ‘Ulysses’ enjoys considerably more popularity – but it is worth analysing because it offers something different from much other poetry. 1,313 more words

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A Short Analysis of William Blake’s ‘Jerusalem’

A reading of Blake’s classic poem

‘Jerusalem’ is one of the most famous hymns around, a sort of alternative national anthem for England. Yet the poem on which Hubert Parry based his hymn, although commonly referred to as ‘William Blake’s “Jerusalem”’, is actually from a much larger poetic work titled… 886 more words

Literature

A Short Analysis of Thomas Hardy’s ‘Afterwards’

A summary of a classic poem

‘Afterwards’ is one of Thomas Hardy’s most famous and widely anthologised poems. The poem was published in Hardy’s 1917 volume… 829 more words

Literature

A Short Analysis of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 35: ‘No more be grieved at that which thou hast done’

A reading of Shakespeare’s sonnet

Sonnet 35 develops a theme, or strand, within the Sonnets which Shakespeare had begun in Sonnet 33, and then elaborated on in the previous sonnet. 620 more words

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A Short Analysis of Rudyard Kipling’s ‘If—’

A summary of a much-loved poem

Since Rudyard Kipling’s poem ‘If—’ was first published in Kipling’s volume of short stories and poems, Rewards and Fairies… 1,021 more words

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A Short Analysis of Michael Drayton’s ‘Since there’s no help, come let us kiss and part’

A summary of a classic poem

Michael Drayton was a contemporary of William Shakespeare – he was born a year before Shakespeare, in 1563 – and, like the Bard, he was a Warwickshire lad. 699 more words

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