The poet does not compare his views of England with views of any other country and is quite wrapped up in his opinions.
He shows his country in only a positive light and never a negative one.
These values, to protect their country, which people hold in their hearts are as good as the concrete weapons that the soldiers use at the battlefield.
In stanza 6, the speaker arouses the feeling of love of mother and fame of father, “The Love of their mothers/ Is strong to...
This essay will attempt to explain why civil war broke out in England while summarizing the story behind the antagonism of WHY DID A CIVIL WAR BREAK OUT IN ENGLAND IN 1642? If we are to believe Conrad Russell then religion was the most important aspect of the explosive nature of the war following 1640.
Other historians such as John Morrill have pointed out that to look too closely at religion in high politics as almost a single factor of the war is a dangerous stance to take.
Examine the ways in which Frost explores ideas about loneliness and isolation in three poems you have studied.
Robert Frost, an infamous poet best known for his original poetic technique, displays a reoccurring idea or theme of loneliness and isolation throughout many of his published works.
This is shown when, ‘Thou peace-maker, fight/Stand, England, for honor.’ (Line 2-3); meaning that the speaker is wanting the citizens of England to fight, either physically in the war or supporting it.
As stated in stanza two, the enemy is dangerous and is advancing, so the English must not be idle; ‘Thy cavil’ and play; the foe is upon thee.’ The word “foe” is used to represent the opponent of England.