Summary: Romeo and Juliet Act 1

Main characters in Act 1 of the tragedy: Romeo, Tybalt, Benvolio, Montague, Lady Montague, Capulet, Paris, Lady Capulet, Juliet, Nurse. Act 1 scene 1 summary Characters: Prince, Romeo, Tybalt, Benvolio, Sampson and Gregory, Montague, Lady Montague, Balthasar, and Abram. Setting: Verona’s streets Plot: The wrangle begins with the servants from opposite sides in the Montague Read More

Scene Setting, Plot and Characters: Romeo And Juliet Act 3 Summary

Act 3 scene 1 Benvolio and Mercutio walk together. Benvolio says that it is too dangerous and they can encounter the gang of Capulet men. But Mercutio doesn’t care. Enters Tybalt demanding to talk to them, but Mercutio doesn’t take it seriously, as always, starting to mock Tybalt. Enraged, Tybalt is ready to fight – Read More

Poem And Summary Paper

Lab & the OWL at Purdue and Purdue University (1995-2012), the definition of imagery “is a question that philosophers and poets have asked themselves for thousands of years and have yet to definitively answer. The most widely used definition Of an image these days intellectual and emotional complex in an instant of time. ” (Ezra Read More

Chicago-Poem Summary

Sandburs peculiar use Of figurative language really defines the poem. His extensive use of personification throughout the entire poem sets the mood and flow Of the Story. Sandburg personifies the city of Chicago to give it traits of confidence, arrogance, boastfulness, determination, craftiness and pride. This is evident throughout the entire poem from “Under the Read More

Poems Essay

The two poems’ themes are diverse, as well as the two narrators’ voices. The two young boys’ voices in “My Papa’s Waltz,” and “Those Winter Sundays,” tell what hard workers their fathers are, but each one of their memory is emotionally different. The narrator’s voice in “My Papa’s Waltz,” is off happy time with his Read More

Poem

The title of the novel made critics to debate on the point whether Nimrod or the city of Calcutta may be called the hero of the novel. Anita Dais’s skilful handling invests the city with a character. Inroad’s sketch on the other hand is rather insipid. Discussed in depth by A. V. Krishna Ray who Read More