Ich Grolle Nicht" is a poem originally written by Heinrich Heine, and first set to music by German composer Robert Schumann. In 1899, American composer Charles Ives re-set the poem, putting his . . . .
In this essay, I will examine the poem, the Tyger, by William Blake. Specifically, I will begin by addressing the outer, or obvious, meaning of the poem. Following this discussion, I will give a . . . .
We are so accustomed to thinking of William Wordsworth as the quintessential Romantic poet - a man in love with the idea of a simple life lived close to nature - that we are apt to overlook the . . . .
Dreams, though abstract in nature and, often, in content, seem to have very concrete and applicable roles for their possessors. Whether serving as a driving force behind the achievement of one's . . . .