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Analytical Comparison

On Death

In the poems of John Donnes, ***** Be Not Proud and Wislawa Szybmborska, On Death, without Exaggeration, both writers give importance on the intrinsic topic ***** death. Written almost three centuries apart, each poem narrates fine points about death, its immediate effects ***** life and the flaws of its character in carrying out its duties in this world. These two literary works bears witness on the perspective of each author from ***** different generations, with one on its defense and the other as death's modern critic.

Death ***** Not ***** speaks ***** death as a subtle reality of *****. It is not executed in arrogance but is highly regarded by the author as a n*****tural means of fulfilling destiny.

***** be ***** proud, though some have called thee

Mighty ***** dreadful, for art not so"

***** this *****, it shows no hate or fear to death but instead it conveys the inner magnificence of this natural occurrence. Being a man ***** religious belief, John Donnes explicitly pictures the images of ***** in ***** positive impression. Ever s*****ce, death ***** been regarded by the teachings of the church as a holy cycle of life wherein death is the end ***** man's life on earth and the start of a new life ***** a ***** soul in he*****ven. Hence, in th***** poem the beauty of death is depicted as a form of deliverance.

And the soonest our best men ***** do go,

Rest of their bones and ********** delivery"

In contemporary perception to the literary work, ***** actuality ***** ***** is similar to that of ***** rest and sleep. ***** is ***** the same notion that every time a man falls into sleep it is in *****s natural course practic*****g the experience of death. Therefore, ***** is a p*****rt of ***** ***** no one is exempted and cannot be stopped. Death, however inevitable, is an assurance ***** man's belief that there ***** a supreme destination after death. It is a comp*****nt of our hum*****nity and in essence the ***** presents reverence and optimism to death.

However, ***** contrast ***** Death Be Not Proud, the modern-day poem, ***** Death, ***** Exaggeration critically defines the imperfection ***** death. Evidently, the *****, Wislawa Szymborska, wants to put across ***** conception ***** ***** by its natural ***** has its own defects. Death is just an obstacle to life, for so many *****s it can't even perform its duties according to the interest of ***** ***** occurrence. ***** deters the beauty of ***** ***** the hopes of man's future. This unavoidable ***** has prevented ***** many ***** man's plans for his ***** to be fulfilled.

In our planning for tomorrow, it ***** the final word, which is always beside the point"

On Death, w*****hout ********** notion ***** far opposes the claims of Donnes that death ***** not a dreadful event, for this ***** speaks of ***** as a supernatural being *****ing its task ill at ease and in the most awkward manner. For

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