16 Feb 2005
Hácová, ''Love, Life and Death in Coleridge's Poem 'The Raven'''
Hácová, Pavlína. Hácová, ""Love, Life and Death in Coleridge's Poem 'The Raven'." Philosophica 73 (2000). 111-115. http://publib.upol.cz/~obd/fulltext/Anglica-2/Anglica-2_10.pdf 14 Feb 2005.
Excerpt: I actually enjoy reading a literary analysis sometimes. (Notice I said "sometimes". The long winded ones I have no patience for.) Reading someone else's thoughts on a piece of writing helps me to understand some of the symbolism I probably...
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Excerpt: Pavlina Havoca writes, "As a common thread through the works of Coleridge, there is the theme of life and death." Um... isn't that pretty much the theme of everything? Life and death is a pretty broad subject range. I could...
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Excerpt: In this essay/reflection on "The Raven," Hacova discusses the theme of life and death which is prevalent in many of Colderidge's works. There is a lot of talk about symbolism in this poem and Hacova discusses that in the article....
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