Critical Thinking of the poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening | Four-Level Analysis | BBA Notes 

Stopping in the Woods by the Snowy Evening is a beautiful poem composed by Robert Frost. The poem has a good moral with a strong message. However, there are things which I don’t agree with. The poet seems to forget his responsibilities towards his family, friends, and community as he gazes the beauty of woods. […]

Interpretation of the poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening | Four-Level Analysis | BBA Notes 

The poem deals with the contemplation of nature. There’s a debate on whether the poem is calm or dark and depressing. The answer varies as per the person view. So, here we take a look at both the aspects of interpretation. Calm Interpretation The speaker wants to take a pause in a quiet spot to […]

Summary of the poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening | Four-Level Analysis | BBA Notes 

The speaker in the poem who is traveling through the snow at night pauses with his horse near the woods near a neighbor’s house to watch the snow falling around him. His horse shakes his harness bells, questioning the pause. Maybe this place isn’t on their normal route, or he is curious that there doesn’t […]

Assimilation of the poem On the Eve of His Execution | Four-Level Analysis | BBA Notes 

The poem had several messages to give. I got to take a closer look as what goes on one’s mind when life is cut short and knew that everyone has love for oneself regardless of how bad one does. I also knew that anyone committing crime would be caught and punished sooner or later. This […]

Critical Thinking of the poem On the Eve of His Execution | Four-Level Analysis | BBA Notes 

Beautifully composed by Chidiock Tichborne, “On the Eve of His Execution” is a poem which provides a dark look at a life cut short. Natural, skillful presentation of the poem gathered sympathy for the condemned of the poet and is still favorable among scholars. Thinking or knowing about death ignites fear in anyone/everyone and the […]

Interpretation of the poem On the Eve of His Execution | Four-Level Analysis | BBA Notes 

The poem is an elegy and uses paradox and antithesis to present the tragedy of poet’s situation clearly. Antithesis means setting opposites against each other: prime of youth / frost of cares (from the first line). While paradox is self-contradictory statements, yet true which can be found in every line of every stanza in this […]

Summary of the poem On the Eve of His Execution | Four-Level Analysis | BBA Notes 

The poet in his late-20s is young but unhappy. There is no sign of happiness instead its filled with pain and sufferings. He relates his corn field (life) with tares (an injurious weed resembling to corn when young). He hopes for a better future but all those are in vain as days pass by without […]

Background of the poem On the Eve of His Execution | BBA Notes 

Written just before its author’s execution for treason, the strength of this poem has as much do with its language as its distressing context. In fact, the poet was probably 28 at the time. The poem is truthful but it is also a performance, dramatizing the actual situation into a dance of life with death. […]

Assimilation of the poem Great Scott! Gadzooks! | BBA Notes 

The poem helped me get an idea of why a child would spend most of his/her time infront of a television set. I’ve also learnt the negative impact of watching a television and the ways to influence a child to rather use the time doing other activities. To encourage a child to be do something […]

Critical Thinking on the poem Great Scott! Gadzooks! | BBA Notes 

Every parent’s troubles with their children are beautifully presented in the poem as a child doesn’t often read anything extra beside their text book. However, the poem fails to identify or ignored the advantages that the children get from watching television as the visuals there help enhance their creativity and imaginative power. Watching TV won’t […]