Tony Harrison is concerned at least as much with the problems of inarticulacy as with the power of words

‘My upbringing among so-called “inarticulate” people has given me a passion for language that communicates directly and immediately. ‘1 In Tony Harrison’s ‘The School of Eloquence’ he explores the various shapes and forms of language, structured according to social interpretations. Harrison was brought up in a working class environment, his father was a baker and […]

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Composed upon Westminster bridge by William Wodsworth

Poetry is an expression of a whole range of human emotions. William Wordsworth a famous nature poet wrote a magnificent sonnet appreciating the view of London city from Westminster Bridge. William uses his sense of sight and his flair of expression in the poem. The beauty of the great city of London forms inspiration of […]

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