In the March-April 2015 issue The Critical Flame will commemorate the third anniversary of Adrienne Rich’s passing with a special multi-essay feature on her poetry, criticism, feminism, and politics. CF is currently accepting submissions of textual analysis, critical essays, philosophical examinations, and personal reflections on Rich’s poetry and/or essays. Contributions should be 1,500–3,000 words in length. Introductions and general overviews are not recommended. The deadline will be Friday March 6, 2015. To submit, or to make any inquiries, email the editors at .
Mai Tran Comparative Essay Explore the ways in which metaphysical ideas are presented in two poems that you have studied. ?Time? by Allen Curnow and ?Amends by Adrienne Rich have an important link in which they both explore the metaphysical idea between the connection of human and nature. However, the poets use different concepts to address their points. Allen Curnow uses time with concrete and abstract images of the real world. On the other hand, Adrienne Rich uses descriptions on the moon. Language indicates the distinctiveness of how words are used by the poets. In these two poems, both of the poets use a variety of language techniques to present their ideas on the notion. They both have chosen repetition and diction for their pieces of poetry. In ?Time?, the world ?I am? (refers to time) is repeated throughout the poem for many times. This gives the effects of highlighting how powerful time is. Curnow wants to indicates that time is everything in our lives, everything from sound, sight, smell to feelings. We can therefore feel a deep connection between humanity and the natural world.
Essays on amends by adrienne rich When all was said and done (and being watched by 20 million viewers), NCIS showrunner Gary Glasberg says he was very pleased with how longtime cast.