Enjoy 40-50% Off! Code: SHARE Ends: 10/3 Details
  1. Help

Michelle Kornek's Mixbook Journal

Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player.
Allow www.mixbook.com to run Flash Player

Michelle Kornek's Mixbook Journal - Page Text Content

FC: Michelle Kornek's Mixbook for English 106

1: In the poem Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou this is exactly how I pictured her to be. In the picture the woman looks as though she know she is pretty and showcasing herself which is how the author describes herself in the poem.

2: "I'm a black ocean, leaping and wide, Welling and swelling I bear in the tide. Leaving behind nights of terror and fear I rise"

3: In "The Lady of Shalott" she has to look at everything through her mirror. If she does not, a curse will fall upon her. When she sees Camelot through the mirror it causes her eyes to wander away and look at him.

4: In "Marrying the Hangman" a woman had been sent to death. The only way a woman could get out of a horrible trgedy is by marrying a hangman. There or no hangmen that are single so she needs to convince a man to become one and she will marry him.

5: "How Do I Love Thee?" is a romantical poem about how the author declares how much she loves her significant other.

6: "She walks in beauty" is a poem is describing a woman who, even with her flaws and no matter what the setting is around her, is in describeably beautiful.

7: "La Belle Dame sans Merci " is a poem about a man who falls in love with a woman and he cannot be that she is real and she seems so perfect. But then he ends up waking from a dream to find out that she was not real after all.

8: "When I have fears that I may cease to be" by John Keats is a poem about a man who is afraid about that he won't ever conquer his fears.

9: "The Raven" by Edgar Allen Poe is a dark poem about a man who lost his loved one. While sorrowing one night a raven appears in his room and taunts him by saying "nevermore." Meaning nevermore is she alive.

10: "The bride hath paced into the hall, Red as a rose is she ; Nodding their heads before her goes The merry minstrelsy. " -The Rime of The Ancient Mariner by Samule Taylor Coleridge

11: "To my dear and loving husband" by Anne Bradstreet is a simple poem about how a wife had an undying love and affection for her husband. She is simply happy to have a love like they do.

12: The rape of the lock by Alexander Pope is about a Roman Catholic who got exiled for his beliefes and he had to teach himself everything. It is a poem about his life.

13: Songs of the Innocence and Experience by William Blake is a serioes of poems that contrast innocence and experience.

14: If you forget me by Pablo Neruda is a poem about how the author is saying that if you forget me, I will forget about you too.

15: Sonnet 116 by William Shakespear is a poem about how love is like nothing else. Love is a character all on it's own.

16: Whitman's "Song of myself" is a poem about his life and how he came to finding out who he truley is. Finding himself.

Sizes: mini|medium|large|behemoth
Michelle Kornek
  • By: Michelle K.
  • Joined: over 8 years ago
  • Published Mixbooks: 1
No contributors

About This Mixbook

  • Title: Michelle Kornek's Mixbook Journal
  • English 106 MW 8-9:21am
  • Tags: None
  • Started: over 8 years ago
  • Updated: over 8 years ago

Get up to 50% off
Your first order

Get up to 50% off
Your first order

Please enter your nametranslation missing: en.simple_form.js_errors.remotePlease include your first and last name
Please enter a passwordtranslation missing: en.simple_form.js_errors.remoteShould be at least 4 characters
By clicking on the sign up button, you agree to Mixbook's Terms of Service.