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The Best Coleridge Poems Everyone Should Read

Five of Coleridge’s finest poems

Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) was one of the leading English Romantic poets, whose Lyrical Ballads, the 1798 collection Coleridge co-authored with Wordsworth, became a founding-text for English Romanticism. 487 more words

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Words of the week: "Impostor Syndrome in Decline"

Why impostor syndrome tough?

Actually, it doesn’t mean that you are an impostor and you have the syndrome of being an impostor. I mean, a syndrome that somebody really like to deceive anybody. 775 more words

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Nuestro silencio ya acuña palabras: ¡Vaya que crecen rápido!
Ayer y hoy se han conocido; sin dormir los días alargan.
Para las 11:30 me senté a pensar en ti deliberadamente: 254 more words

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Bruckner's no.4 symphony from the LSO at Barbican 

A night in romanticism of Debussy , Bartok and Bruckner – Debussy’s ballet music was abt a creature that was half goat half human – I liked the absence of bars in music – what’s left in Debussy’s slow pieces were scenes after scenes – we listened to Bartok’s viola concerto – a piece that mixed sweetness and bitterness – in Bruckner’s no.4 symphony there was glory – if sounded like the description of a hero – in the first movement you recognised Bruckner’s iconic 2-3 rhythms – what I liked in the first movement was how the horn woke up the orchestra like a bubble on the water from the mouth of a fish – I also liked how the strings were brewing the cloud of mood – the sound was small and blurry but the notes were slowly changing – in the first movement I also liked that in one of the glorious moment – the trumpets were loudly going up but the flutes and clarinet were coming down – this mixture created a dizzy feeling as it was also loud – the second movement was a beautiful melodic funeral march – I loved how smooth the cello sounded in the beginning – it was just like singing lyrically – the third movement was short and heroic

Tourism

I chose the figure of the heart because it represents the love the speaker had towards the muse of the poem.

Romanticism

The Modern Prometheus: The Meaning of the Solitude of Frankenstein

Frankenstein

Mary Shelley used her knowledge of Greek mythology to incorporate Prometheus’s myth into her novel, Frankenstein.  The author does create a modern Prometheus in her novel.   313 more words

Romanticism