Following our discussion of Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath, I figured that we should look at a less turbulent and more loving union of literary minds: Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Poets are a hypersensitive bunch.
For many people, colonialism is hard to talk about.
Of all the areas in literary analysis, writing about sound is probably one of the most challenging.
Across the ages, war has always been a popular theme in poetry.
One of the first literary devices most English students learn is ‘simile’, which is derived from the Latin word ‘similis’, meaning ‘like’.