Poet

About that author- Emily Dickinson

One of the most prominent 19th century poet, who sharpened her skill with self reflection and seclusion and made such a huge impact in literature Emily Elizabeth Dickinson born in 1830, in Amherst, Massachusetts, U.S. her father Edward Dickinson was a Whig lawyer and her mother was a docile housekeeper. […]

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About that author- Charles Bukowski “We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us.” This very famous quote by Charles Bukowski gives us an idea about the kind of individual he was. He was the kind of poet […]

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About that author- Sylvia Plath

If the moon smiled, she would remember you. You leave the same impression of something beautiful but annihilating. This quote is from one of my favorite Sylvia Plath poems “The Rival”.  If you read Sylvia Plath you would find that her poetry wasn’t about the beauty that surrounded her, the […]

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Shakespeare’s theatre

Painting and sculpture were not the only arts to be revolutionized by the Renaissance. Theatre also changed, not least with the arrival of the period’s most famous playwright, William Shakespeare. In Europe, medieval theatre was mostly morality plays and stories from the Bible, which followed a fixed formula. Around the […]

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