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.“EΡΩΣ” describes the concept of love as being conflicted between humans view of Eros as the god of love and lust; where as Stevenson’s poem describes Eros as being bruised and beat up as a result of this constant misunderstanding by humanity.
The ways in which Frost represents and symbolizes ideas of solitude and desolation in poems are somehow slightly or very different.
Loneliness and In the poems, “EΡΩΣ” by Robert Bridges and “Eros” by Anne Stevenson both have similar yet distinct concepts of the God of love.
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.
Morrill espouses the view that whilst events in high The Fish Elizabeth Bishop's poem The Fish narrates the changing attitude of the speaker towards the fish.
First, the fish is described as ancient and grizzled, showing signs of death and decay.
In the following lines of stanza 3 the speaker continues to talk about the Navy and how the enemy is making its way steadily towards England: ‘But the folk of the Ocean/Are as free as the waves’.
This line also indicates that the foes are coming by ocean territories.
From an angle this poem looks slightly like England.
The arrangement of the lines and their lengths form a silhouette of England. This poem uses four stanzas and an alternate rhyming line scheme.