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Time in The Poetry of Matthew Arnold

Satendra Kumar (Author)
Synopsis The present study entitled ‘Time in the Poetry of Matthew Arnold’ focuses on Arnold’s three fold, present and future, which are also identified with the ‘the forest glade’, ‘the burning or darkling plain’ and ‘the wide glimmering sea’ separated from one another by a kind of ‘gorge’. As a whole, this dialectic denotes the life of an individual and these regions are childhood, maturity and old age or death. The first is a period of joyous innocence when one lives in harmony with Nature, the second a period of suffering when one is along in a ‘hostile world’, and the third a period of peace in which suffering subsides into calm and then grows up into a new joy, the joy of active service in the world which is clearly discernible in his poetry.
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About the author

Satendra Kumar

Satendra Kumar is a teacher of English and has a long experience of teaching over a decade. Dr. Kumar is a genuine pursuer of knowledge with a vast reservoir of experience. He obtained his M.A. degree from C.C.S. University, Meerut, Ph.D. in English from Gurukula Kangri University, Haridwar and M.Ed. from M.D. University, Rohtak. Besides, he did his P.G.C.T.E. course from CIEFL, Hyderabad and Diploma in Journalism from IGNOU, New Delhi. He has published many research papers and articles in the journals of national & international repute and has also attended national & international seminars and conferences organized by various Universities of India. Currently, he is engaged in completing his Diploma Course from CIEFL, Hyderabad.

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Title Time in The Poetry of Matthew Arnold
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8188681040
length x+186p., Bibliography; Index; 23cm.