After the analysis of the poems with central symbol of parent – mother and father, this following analysis explores another symbol – the image of child represented by both authors in their poems. Dylan Thomas wrote “A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London” in 1945 in his Deaths and Entrances. Thomas is known for operating with the imagery of death in his works. This particular poem deals with the death of a child that have been attacked and killed in London during the World
This is because of the lack of knowledge about other cultures. In addition, the periodthe poem was written in. It has a strong effect on the translators. For instance, the old poetry is extremely different in style. Also, the vocabulary used is complex and hard to understand. On the other hand, the modern poetry is straightforward and has a
critic, he mostly exalts life above language. Moreover, he annihilates the distinction of genre when he praises the novelists as poets and their novels as dramatic poems. He regards the novels like The Europeans, Silas Marner and Hard Times as moral fables and the more complex novels like The Rainbow and Women in Love as dramatic poems. This elimination of the distinction of genre is not a new thing in English criticism. Wordsworth had eliminated the difference between prose and poetry with the remark
order to understand its meaning and apply it in our present context. However, this study does not attempt to rearrange the verse rather this can evoke a new appreciation for the ancient poets who were inspired by God to write meditations, songs and poems to declare the majesty of God. II. Observation A. Structure The structure of this psalm is undoubtedly uncommon for it covers numerous of genres in just one chapter.
Cambridge University Press, 2006 The book, Language, Culture, and Society is a part of ‘Studies in the Social and Cultural Foundations of Language’ series and aims to make contributions to the field of linguistic anthropology. This volume consists of 11 chapters with a long introduction. Each of chapters has written by different authors. In chapter one, ‘An issue about language’ by Charles Taylor, begins with questions such as “How to understand language?…, What is the relation of language to other