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To what extent was rapid economic growth the cause of divisions within Wilhelmine Germany 1890-1914? In Wilhelmine II’s Germany, society was extremely hierarchal. By 1890 Germany had already completed the ‘take-off’ into sustained economic growth and industries such as coal, iron and textiles increased output by over 25%, leading the way in Germany’s mass industrialisation….
Christina Rossetti’s poem entitled “In an Artist’s Studio” is a depiction of two characters having connection with one another – the painter and the model. The painter saw different light from the model that he is painting. The model was not a usual woman but an angel or a saint that comes from heaven. He…
In the poem, “A Birthday”, Christina Rossetti uses extensive and positive imagery, mostly pertaining to natural descriptions. The whole poem is composed of imagery, used for the purpose of relaying the sense of pure joy the speaker is feeling. There is also a contrast between the two stanzas. The imagery used in the first stanza…
In Goblin Market Essay, Research Paper “ Unholy Senses ” The verse form “ Goblin Market ” , by Christina Rossetti, relates the ethical narrative of two sisters, Laura and Lizzie. Rossetti constructs the verse form environing the two adult females who are unable to entree their to the full developed intuitions without being subsumed…
Maude Clare is a poem with simple language, yet many complex interpretations; and mysterious narrators. The language suggests the time period in which the poem was written, and the traditional ballad structure connotes the Victorian era of poetry, as well as the tragic theme of love implying the pre Raphaelite age. The poem could be…
“Remember” by Christina Rossetti and “Piano” by D. H. Lawrence are poems about nostalgic remembrance. They both have the same theme. This essay will compare and contrast two poems, bearing in mind the similarites and the differences between both poems. Thus, it will talk about the main themes of both poems (nostalgia for an idealized…