the poetry of revolt

Does Modern English Poetry Mean Poetry of Revolt?

Is modern English poetry synonymous with the poetry of revolt? There is another question hidden in answer to this question. The hidden query is can anyone fix the border of modern poetry? Or is it possible to define the actual borderline of the beginning of contemporary or modern poetry? Modern or contemporary English poetry means […]

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Macbeth-related superstitions

Macbeth Unfolds Witches-Related Superstitions by Mentioning a Sailor’s Fate

No one can deny that Macbeth is a strong reflection of human imagination, thought, and superstitions. The Act I, Sc. iii of the said Shakespearean play is an acute example of this truth. It shows how Shakespeare’s Macbeth unfolds witches-related superstitions. The words between lines 18 to 26 in Act I, Sc. iii have beautifully […]

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