“I, Too” By Langston Hughes, Analysis

September 11, 2018

“I, Too” By Langston Hughes The poem highlights the plight of racial segregation from the perspective of people of African origin living in America. The use of the first person pronoun ‘I’ is aimed at making the reader know that that though the author may be speaking from a personal…

Analysis Of “Two Ways To Belong In America” By Bharati Mukherjee

September 5, 2018

“Two Ways To Belong In America” By Bharati Mukherjee An Indian born American Bharati Mukherjee is a well-known writer, describing the issues of immigration and multiculturalism. “Two Ways to Belong in America” was published in 1996 in response to the citizen USA program, established by former Vice President, Al Gore…

Analysis of “Girl” by Jamaica Kincaid

September 3, 2018

“Girl” by Jamaica Kincaid The short story “Girl” is an indication of the expected connection between a mother and her daughter. The girl is introduced (by her mother) to moral conducts that are appropriate for women in the society. According to the story, all the behaviors prescribed to women have…

“How Do I love Thee” By Elizabeth Barrett, Analysis Essay

August 31, 2018

“How do I love Thee” by Elizabeth Barrett Lyric poetry was the resultant vector of Elizabeth Barrett’s oeuvre. The reason for such lyric poems was her one love during her entire life. Since childhood, Elizabeth’s life was not easy, because she was an incapacitated person by halves. Being a teenager,…