SUBJECT: 14217 English Poetry in the XIXth and XXth centuries


STUDENT’S NAME: Alfredo Carbonell Rico  


ABSTRACT: This web space is going to deal with the work produced all along a school year in a universitary subject. It is mainly based on the study and the interpretation of several poetic trends and its main authors throughout different periods in history. To read my essays, you just have to click on the following links. Thank you for the visit! Come back soon and BE CAREFUL WITH PLAGIARISM!!




v                      P. B. Shelley’s ‘The Mask of Anarchy’

v     Samuel Taylor Coleridge & William Wordswoth

        ‘The Convict’& ‘The Dungeon’

v                      Lord Tennyson’s ‘The Charge of the Light Brigade’

v                      Dante Gabriel Rossetti ‘The Passover in the Holy Family’

v     William Butler Yeats’ ‘An Irishman Foresees his Death’

         & Ezra Pound’s ‘Song of the Bowmen of Shu

v                      Sigfried Sassoon’s ‘Duty’ & ‘Wirers’

v                      Dylan Thomas’ ‘Do not go Gentle into that Good Night’

v                      Simon Armitage’sYou’re Beautiful’& Liz Lochhead’s‘Men Talk’

v                      Critical trends: ‘Marxism’



AUTOEVALUATION: To be honest, as long as I have attended almost the whole of the lectures, that I have participated actively in them, that I have handed in all the papers on time and that all of them were OK and even one was Excellent, I would mark me with a B (notable) or even an A (excellent). Anyway, feel free to mark me, Dr Fores!! ;-)




©Alfredo Carbonell Rico

Universitat de Valencia press

September 2005- May 2006

Last update: 31st May 2006