Monday, May 20, 2019

Freneau and Wheatly

Philip Freneau was brought forrard in invigorated York of Huguenot ancestry in 1752, and died near Freehold, New Jersey, in 1832. Freneau became the unrivaled poet of the Revolution and regarded as the Father of American Literature. Romantic is defined as marked by the imaginative or emotional appeal of what is heroic, adventurous, remote, mysterious, or idealized. In my opinion, Freneaus meters make him a romantic writer because of the pursuit reasons First, his poems demonstrate the love of nature. In here the emotions and instinct came to be more important than reason.There was an adoration of The natural Man, the noble savage, and the primitive and untutored individuality. The thought that the simple and unsophisticated life sentence was best, also grew frequent implies primitivism. These perceptions led to curiosity in old civilizations, glorification of Greek society and a search in archeology nurtured as a science. Another thing was that his poems show heroism. The over coming of our natural fears and limitations to achieve great things is heroism. The representation he wrote those predicaments, he was not afraid to tell whats inside his heart and the actions he would do to be able to help those who are in need.He is romantic because his poems represent the love of the common man. He gave ideas about the social and economic classes as they were denigrated or put down. An era of revolutions opened when the governments were overthrown, due to the accompaniment that it often seemed to constrain elimination of social classes. He also imparted a way to satisfy a cultural need for wisdom, or a mythology suitable to a new nation. He also dual-lane that life was like a flower. It bloomed and died because of its short life. In my opinion, he wanted us to enjoy life and made it worth living because life is too short to be wasted for nothing.Freneau explained about the contrary and far-away places. This feature relates to the love of exotic locations arou nd the world and in time and space. This could comprise the past or the future as well as strange places or situations in the present. He also accent the love and respect to the dead people that they must be treated right despite of their condition. Finally, as a whole, Freneaus poem make him a romantic writer because he stressed late the exact meaning of love in all his poem. Phillis Wheatley was born around 1753 in Gambia, Africa and died on declination 5, 1784 while still struggling with poverty.The salvation of Christianity evident in her three poems namely To the University of Cambridge in New England, On being brought from Africa to America, and On the Death of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield 1770. Salvation is the deliverance from the power and effects of sin and the acknowledgement of the supremacy of infinite Mind over all bringing with it the destruction of the illusion of sin, sickness, and death. The message of the poem entitled To the University of Cambridge in New E ngland wanted to interest us on how Jesus had redeemed us for our sins and gave us another chance to enjoy the privilege of being with him.We cannot measure the goodness and passion of the captain for us because even though we are sinners, he decided to reach us by allowing his unless begotten son, Jesus to die and redeemed us and be with him someday. We should be thankful about it. musical composition in the poem, On being brought from Africa to America it implies that there is no discrimination in the sight of paragon when it comes to salvation. The race or the color of the eyes is not matter in front of God. Even though, we go bad to the clan of the sinners, we can be purified by the love of God if we are also leave behinding in return and become a member of His kingdom.On the third poem, it dwells on the good motives of our God. I believe that no parents, who love their children, desire evil things for their siblings but of course the favorable and best things. Just like o ur nobleman and Savior, he is inviting us to accept Him, whoever you are, whatever your condition is and what race you belong, he never chose whom He will love and save. In the sight of God everybody is fair because He is a just God, no secernment and is loved without hesitatio

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