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Modern Writing - This essay describes how modern authors such as Ernest Hemmingway, Robert Frost, and Anne Sexton. This essay describes how dark and depressing modern writing can be.
Dark and grim descriptions of life fill the lines of modernist poems. Modernists writing often describe scenes of loneliness and desolation. The souls of modern writers are empty and separate from the rest of the world. They rarely write about happiness and freedom. The disturbing passages of modernist authors can be credited to feelings of loneliness and alienation.
In a poem by Robert Frost, Acquainted With the Night, a rainy street sets the scene for sadness and reunion with the dark. Frost, in the poem, is wandering down the cold, wet streets disconnected from the…
- Modern Writing - This essay describes how modern authors such as Ernest Hemmingway, Robert Frost, and Anne Sexton. This essay describes how dark and depressing modern writing can be.
- Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. This essay reflects the stability of England versus France during the French Revolution.
- This essay is comparing and contraasting two stories. "The Day of the Last Rock Fight" and "Dead Poets Society"
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