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Can you help me with my essay about Dead Poets Society. URGENT.?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: tinyostrich852 | Category: Lake region electric cooperative essay contest

The report is a work assigned to deal with the reflection of the movie Dead Poet's Society. These couples of pages are based on the organizational culture and different groupings of the boarding school in this movie. Finally evaluate culture of the school and identified group which influence each other and linked to each other.

Dead Poet's Society presents a representation of an English teacher that is curiously inspiring and at the same time disturbing. This is the story of students as the respected Welton Academy. The plot centers on the influence of Mr. Keating, a young and exciting English and poetry teacher who is determined to teach his students to live life with absolute passion. Mr. Keating was moved his students to a love of poetry and learning that transcends their otherwise structured and controlled academic existence. He perhaps crosses boundaries that probably should not be crossed by someone in a position of authority and respect. This movie is about what happens when these students decide to pursue their own desires and to live life with the passion that Mr. Keating encouraged. Actually it is about what happens when a few idealistic students find themselves confronted against conservative forces that resist all change including the drive for personal self- determination.

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    ˇн.м  ♥' 18 Jan 2017 08:10

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    heavyostrich722 18 Jan 2017 03:14

    Ubfortunately Charlie Dalton takes his inspiration too far and publishes an article in the school newspaper under the bye line of the Dead Poets Society , demanding that girls be accepted to Welton. Headmaster Nolan uses corporal punishment to force Charlie to tell him who else is a member of the club but he refuses. Nolan also warns Keating to discourage his students from questioning authority.

    Keating is fired and Nolan takes over teaching his class. Keating interrupts class to collect some personal possessions from his desk but before he leaves Todd stands on his desk and salutes Keating with the words "Captain! My Captain!" Knox, Steven,Gerard and over half the class does the same. Todd shouts that they were forced to sign the letter and that Neil''s death was not his fault. Deeply touched by this gesture, Keating thanks them.

    I contend that the fundamental principles of transcendentalism are based on the American conscience as firmly as the Constitution itself, and both just as strong today as they were when they began. Whitman said, "The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem" in his preface to Leaves of Grass. In my mind he is picturing transcendentalism's merger into American patriotism.

    The Dead Poets Society brings to life many of the principles of transcendentalism in a modern setting. It is enormously popular and brought alive American literary history in a very powerful way. The movie begins im a setting in New England at a boy's preparatory school centered around a new unconventional teacher played by Robin Williams.

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    yellowpeacock495 18 Jan 2017 03:01

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    yellowdog641 18 Jan 2017 04:39

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    The report is a work assigned to deal with the reflection of the movie Dead Poet''s Society. These couples of pages are based on the organizational culture and different groupings of the boarding school in this movie. Finally evaluate culture of the school and identified group which influence each other and linked to each other.

    Dead Poet''s Society presents a representation of an English teacher that is curiously inspiring and at the same time disturbing. This is the story of students as the respected Welton Academy. The plot centers on the influence of Mr. Keating, a young and exciting English and poetry teacher who is determined to teach his students to live life with absolute passion. Mr. Keating was moved his students to a love of poetry and learning that transcends their otherwise structured and controlled academic existence. He perhaps crosses boundaries that probably should not be crossed by someone in a position of authority and respect. This movie is about what happens when these students decide to pursue their own desires and to live life with the passion that Mr. Keating encouraged. Actually it is about what happens when a few idealistic students find themselves confronted against conservative forces that resist all change including the drive for personal self- determination.

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    User1490908957 17 Jan 2017 23:18

    Ubfortunately Charlie Dalton takes his inspiration too far and publishes an article in the school newspaper under the bye line of the Dead Poets Society , demanding that girls be accepted to Welton. Headmaster Nolan uses corporal punishment to force Charlie to tell him who else is a member of the club but he refuses. Nolan also warns Keating to discourage his students from questioning authority.

    Keating is fired and Nolan takes over teaching his class. Keating interrupts class to collect some personal possessions from his desk but before he leaves Todd stands on his desk and salutes Keating with the words "Captain! My Captain!" Knox, Steven,Gerard and over half the class does the same. Todd shouts that they were forced to sign the letter and that Neil''''s death was not his fault. Deeply touched by this gesture, Keating thanks them.

    I contend that the fundamental principles of transcendentalism are based on the American conscience as firmly as the Constitution itself, and both just as strong today as they were when they began. Whitman said, "The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem" in his preface to Leaves of Grass. In my mind he is picturing transcendentalism''s merger into American patriotism.

    The Dead Poets Society brings to life many of the principles of transcendentalism in a modern setting. It is enormously popular and brought alive American literary history in a very powerful way. The movie begins im a setting in New England at a boy''s preparatory school centered around a new unconventional teacher played by Robin Williams.

    In memory of Robin William’s passing, here’s a video of Ethan Hawke on working with Robin Williams in Dead Poet’s Society.

    AntiRomantic.com discusses the conflicting philosophies of realism and romanticism in the film Dead Poets Society. This page is primarily concerned with the underlying philosophy of Dead Poets Society which we call “anti-romantic romanticist”. Here’s where to start:

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    User1488087363 18 Jan 2017 02:46

    Ubfortunately Charlie Dalton takes his inspiration too far and publishes an article in the school newspaper under the bye line of the Dead Poets Society , demanding that girls be accepted to Welton. Headmaster Nolan uses corporal punishment to force Charlie to tell him who else is a member of the club but he refuses. Nolan also warns Keating to discourage his students from questioning authority.

    Keating is fired and Nolan takes over teaching his class. Keating interrupts class to collect some personal possessions from his desk but before he leaves Todd stands on his desk and salutes Keating with the words "Captain! My Captain!" Knox, Steven,Gerard and over half the class does the same. Todd shouts that they were forced to sign the letter and that Neil''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s death was not his fault. Deeply touched by this gesture, Keating thanks them.

    I contend that the fundamental principles of transcendentalism are based on the American conscience as firmly as the Constitution itself, and both just as strong today as they were when they began. Whitman said, "The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem" in his preface to Leaves of Grass. In my mind he is picturing transcendentalism''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s merger into American patriotism.

    The Dead Poets Society brings to life many of the principles of transcendentalism in a modern setting. It is enormously popular and brought alive American literary history in a very powerful way. The movie begins im a setting in New England at a boy''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s preparatory school centered around a new unconventional teacher played by Robin Williams.

    In memory of Robin William’s passing, here’s a video of Ethan Hawke on working with Robin Williams in Dead Poet’s Society.

    AntiRomantic.com discusses the conflicting philosophies of realism and romanticism in the film Dead Poets Society. This page is primarily concerned with the underlying philosophy of Dead Poets Society which we call “anti-romantic romanticist”. Here’s where to start:

    Todd Anderson is a new student that year. He suffers from low self-esteem brought on by the outstanding academic performance of his older brother, Jeffrey, who was also a student at Welton. Todd feels, with good reason, that his parents favor Jeffrey and that he is little more than an afterthought. The Dean is less than tactful when he reminds Todd that he has big shoes to fill. Just what Todd needed to hear! Neil Perry welcomes Todd as his new roommate. Neil is a positive young boy whose domineering father has a future all planned out for Neil, but it’s not the future that Neil wants.

    The conservative private school is steeped in tradition. But that tradition is about to have a huge challenge from one of its former students. John Keating has been hired by the school to become the new English teacher. He was a brilliant student, natural leader and a Rhodes Scholar. John always marched to the beat of a different drummer, a trait of the very bright.

    Robin Williams'''' death aged 63 has sent shockwaves around the film world as his legions of fans mourn the loss of one of their most loved Hollywood actors.

    Among the movies to get people talking in the wake of the tragic news is 1989''''s Dead Poets Society , which sees Williams play maverick English teacher John Keating and inspire a class of male students to seize the day and follow their dreams as unique individuals of value.

    As a way to honor what is arguably one of Williams' best roles, I've decided to round up 11 of the most inspirational quotes from this memorable movie.

    This is Keating's explanation when he tells the students why he stands on the desk. It's not to make himself feel taller, as Dalton guesses. Instead, it's to gain a new perspective.

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    whitegoose632 18 Jan 2017 00:38

    Ubfortunately Charlie Dalton takes his inspiration too far and publishes an article in the school newspaper under the bye line of the Dead Poets Society , demanding that girls be accepted to Welton. Headmaster Nolan uses corporal punishment to force Charlie to tell him who else is a member of the club but he refuses. Nolan also warns Keating to discourage his students from questioning authority.

    Keating is fired and Nolan takes over teaching his class. Keating interrupts class to collect some personal possessions from his desk but before he leaves Todd stands on his desk and salutes Keating with the words "Captain! My Captain!" Knox, Steven,Gerard and over half the class does the same. Todd shouts that they were forced to sign the letter and that Neil''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s death was not his fault. Deeply touched by this gesture, Keating thanks them.

    I contend that the fundamental principles of transcendentalism are based on the American conscience as firmly as the Constitution itself, and both just as strong today as they were when they began. Whitman said, "The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem" in his preface to Leaves of Grass. In my mind he is picturing transcendentalism''''''''''''''''s merger into American patriotism.

    The Dead Poets Society brings to life many of the principles of transcendentalism in a modern setting. It is enormously popular and brought alive American literary history in a very powerful way. The movie begins im a setting in New England at a boy''''''''''''''''s preparatory school centered around a new unconventional teacher played by Robin Williams.

    In memory of Robin William’s passing, here’s a video of Ethan Hawke on working with Robin Williams in Dead Poet’s Society.

    AntiRomantic.com discusses the conflicting philosophies of realism and romanticism in the film Dead Poets Society. This page is primarily concerned with the underlying philosophy of Dead Poets Society which we call “anti-romantic romanticist”. Here’s where to start:

    Todd Anderson is a new student that year. He suffers from low self-esteem brought on by the outstanding academic performance of his older brother, Jeffrey, who was also a student at Welton. Todd feels, with good reason, that his parents favor Jeffrey and that he is little more than an afterthought. The Dean is less than tactful when he reminds Todd that he has big shoes to fill. Just what Todd needed to hear! Neil Perry welcomes Todd as his new roommate. Neil is a positive young boy whose domineering father has a future all planned out for Neil, but it’s not the future that Neil wants.

    The conservative private school is steeped in tradition. But that tradition is about to have a huge challenge from one of its former students. John Keating has been hired by the school to become the new English teacher. He was a brilliant student, natural leader and a Rhodes Scholar. John always marched to the beat of a different drummer, a trait of the very bright.

    Robin Williams'' death aged 63 has sent shockwaves around the film world as his legions of fans mourn the loss of one of their most loved Hollywood actors.

    Among the movies to get people talking in the wake of the tragic news is 1989''s Dead Poets Society , which sees Williams play maverick English teacher John Keating and inspire a class of male students to seize the day and follow their dreams as unique individuals of value.

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    redduck110 18 Jan 2017 03:06

    Ubfortunately Charlie Dalton takes his inspiration too far and publishes an article in the school newspaper under the bye line of the Dead Poets Society , demanding that girls be accepted to Welton. Headmaster Nolan uses corporal punishment to force Charlie to tell him who else is a member of the club but he refuses. Nolan also warns Keating to discourage his students from questioning authority.

    Keating is fired and Nolan takes over teaching his class. Keating interrupts class to collect some personal possessions from his desk but before he leaves Todd stands on his desk and salutes Keating with the words "Captain! My Captain!" Knox, Steven,Gerard and over half the class does the same. Todd shouts that they were forced to sign the letter and that Neil''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s death was not his fault. Deeply touched by this gesture, Keating thanks them.

    I contend that the fundamental principles of transcendentalism are based on the American conscience as firmly as the Constitution itself, and both just as strong today as they were when they began. Whitman said, "The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem" in his preface to Leaves of Grass. In my mind he is picturing transcendentalism''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s merger into American patriotism.

    The Dead Poets Society brings to life many of the principles of transcendentalism in a modern setting. It is enormously popular and brought alive American literary history in a very powerful way. The movie begins im a setting in New England at a boy''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s preparatory school centered around a new unconventional teacher played by Robin Williams.

    In memory of Robin William’s passing, here’s a video of Ethan Hawke on working with Robin Williams in Dead Poet’s Society.

    AntiRomantic.com discusses the conflicting philosophies of realism and romanticism in the film Dead Poets Society. This page is primarily concerned with the underlying philosophy of Dead Poets Society which we call “anti-romantic romanticist”. Here’s where to start:

    Todd Anderson is a new student that year. He suffers from low self-esteem brought on by the outstanding academic performance of his older brother, Jeffrey, who was also a student at Welton. Todd feels, with good reason, that his parents favor Jeffrey and that he is little more than an afterthought. The Dean is less than tactful when he reminds Todd that he has big shoes to fill. Just what Todd needed to hear! Neil Perry welcomes Todd as his new roommate. Neil is a positive young boy whose domineering father has a future all planned out for Neil, but it’s not the future that Neil wants.

    The conservative private school is steeped in tradition. But that tradition is about to have a huge challenge from one of its former students. John Keating has been hired by the school to become the new English teacher. He was a brilliant student, natural leader and a Rhodes Scholar. John always marched to the beat of a different drummer, a trait of the very bright.

    Robin Williams'''''''' death aged 63 has sent shockwaves around the film world as his legions of fans mourn the loss of one of their most loved Hollywood actors.

    Among the movies to get people talking in the wake of the tragic news is 1989''''''''s Dead Poets Society , which sees Williams play maverick English teacher John Keating and inspire a class of male students to seize the day and follow their dreams as unique individuals of value.

    As a way to honor what is arguably one of Williams'' best roles, I''ve decided to round up 11 of the most inspirational quotes from this memorable movie.

    This is Keating''s explanation when he tells the students why he stands on the desk. It''s not to make himself feel taller, as Dalton guesses. Instead, it''s to gain a new perspective.

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    brownsnake219 18 Jan 2017 07:46

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    crazycat938 17 Jan 2017 22:14

    Ubfortunately Charlie Dalton takes his inspiration too far and publishes an article in the school newspaper under the bye line of the Dead Poets Society , demanding that girls be accepted to Welton. Headmaster Nolan uses corporal punishment to force Charlie to tell him who else is a member of the club but he refuses. Nolan also warns Keating to discourage his students from questioning authority.

    Keating is fired and Nolan takes over teaching his class. Keating interrupts class to collect some personal possessions from his desk but before he leaves Todd stands on his desk and salutes Keating with the words "Captain! My Captain!" Knox, Steven,Gerard and over half the class does the same. Todd shouts that they were forced to sign the letter and that Neil''''''''''''''''s death was not his fault. Deeply touched by this gesture, Keating thanks them.

    I contend that the fundamental principles of transcendentalism are based on the American conscience as firmly as the Constitution itself, and both just as strong today as they were when they began. Whitman said, "The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem" in his preface to Leaves of Grass. In my mind he is picturing transcendentalism''''''''s merger into American patriotism.

    The Dead Poets Society brings to life many of the principles of transcendentalism in a modern setting. It is enormously popular and brought alive American literary history in a very powerful way. The movie begins im a setting in New England at a boy''''''''s preparatory school centered around a new unconventional teacher played by Robin Williams.

    In memory of Robin William’s passing, here’s a video of Ethan Hawke on working with Robin Williams in Dead Poet’s Society.

    AntiRomantic.com discusses the conflicting philosophies of realism and romanticism in the film Dead Poets Society. This page is primarily concerned with the underlying philosophy of Dead Poets Society which we call “anti-romantic romanticist”. Here’s where to start:

    Todd Anderson is a new student that year. He suffers from low self-esteem brought on by the outstanding academic performance of his older brother, Jeffrey, who was also a student at Welton. Todd feels, with good reason, that his parents favor Jeffrey and that he is little more than an afterthought. The Dean is less than tactful when he reminds Todd that he has big shoes to fill. Just what Todd needed to hear! Neil Perry welcomes Todd as his new roommate. Neil is a positive young boy whose domineering father has a future all planned out for Neil, but it’s not the future that Neil wants.

    The conservative private school is steeped in tradition. But that tradition is about to have a huge challenge from one of its former students. John Keating has been hired by the school to become the new English teacher. He was a brilliant student, natural leader and a Rhodes Scholar. John always marched to the beat of a different drummer, a trait of the very bright.

    Robin Williams' death aged 63 has sent shockwaves around the film world as his legions of fans mourn the loss of one of their most loved Hollywood actors.

    Among the movies to get people talking in the wake of the tragic news is 1989's Dead Poets Society , which sees Williams play maverick English teacher John Keating and inspire a class of male students to seize the day and follow their dreams as unique individuals of value.

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    beautifulbear177 18 Jan 2017 02:51

    Ubfortunately Charlie Dalton takes his inspiration too far and publishes an article in the school newspaper under the bye line of the Dead Poets Society , demanding that girls be accepted to Welton. Headmaster Nolan uses corporal punishment to force Charlie to tell him who else is a member of the club but he refuses. Nolan also warns Keating to discourage his students from questioning authority.

    Keating is fired and Nolan takes over teaching his class. Keating interrupts class to collect some personal possessions from his desk but before he leaves Todd stands on his desk and salutes Keating with the words "Captain! My Captain!" Knox, Steven,Gerard and over half the class does the same. Todd shouts that they were forced to sign the letter and that Neil''''''''s death was not his fault. Deeply touched by this gesture, Keating thanks them.

    I contend that the fundamental principles of transcendentalism are based on the American conscience as firmly as the Constitution itself, and both just as strong today as they were when they began. Whitman said, "The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem" in his preface to Leaves of Grass. In my mind he is picturing transcendentalism''''s merger into American patriotism.

    The Dead Poets Society brings to life many of the principles of transcendentalism in a modern setting. It is enormously popular and brought alive American literary history in a very powerful way. The movie begins im a setting in New England at a boy''''s preparatory school centered around a new unconventional teacher played by Robin Williams.

    In memory of Robin William’s passing, here’s a video of Ethan Hawke on working with Robin Williams in Dead Poet’s Society.

    AntiRomantic.com discusses the conflicting philosophies of realism and romanticism in the film Dead Poets Society. This page is primarily concerned with the underlying philosophy of Dead Poets Society which we call “anti-romantic romanticist”. Here’s where to start:

    Todd Anderson is a new student that year. He suffers from low self-esteem brought on by the outstanding academic performance of his older brother, Jeffrey, who was also a student at Welton. Todd feels, with good reason, that his parents favor Jeffrey and that he is little more than an afterthought. The Dean is less than tactful when he reminds Todd that he has big shoes to fill. Just what Todd needed to hear! Neil Perry welcomes Todd as his new roommate. Neil is a positive young boy whose domineering father has a future all planned out for Neil, but it’s not the future that Neil wants.

    The conservative private school is steeped in tradition. But that tradition is about to have a huge challenge from one of its former students. John Keating has been hired by the school to become the new English teacher. He was a brilliant student, natural leader and a Rhodes Scholar. John always marched to the beat of a different drummer, a trait of the very bright.

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    organickoala915 18 Jan 2017 06:06

    Ubfortunately Charlie Dalton takes his inspiration too far and publishes an article in the school newspaper under the bye line of the Dead Poets Society , demanding that girls be accepted to Welton. Headmaster Nolan uses corporal punishment to force Charlie to tell him who else is a member of the club but he refuses. Nolan also warns Keating to discourage his students from questioning authority.

    Keating is fired and Nolan takes over teaching his class. Keating interrupts class to collect some personal possessions from his desk but before he leaves Todd stands on his desk and salutes Keating with the words "Captain! My Captain!" Knox, Steven,Gerard and over half the class does the same. Todd shouts that they were forced to sign the letter and that Neil''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s death was not his fault. Deeply touched by this gesture, Keating thanks them.

    I contend that the fundamental principles of transcendentalism are based on the American conscience as firmly as the Constitution itself, and both just as strong today as they were when they began. Whitman said, "The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem" in his preface to Leaves of Grass. In my mind he is picturing transcendentalism''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s merger into American patriotism.

    The Dead Poets Society brings to life many of the principles of transcendentalism in a modern setting. It is enormously popular and brought alive American literary history in a very powerful way. The movie begins im a setting in New England at a boy''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s preparatory school centered around a new unconventional teacher played by Robin Williams.

    In memory of Robin William’s passing, here’s a video of Ethan Hawke on working with Robin Williams in Dead Poet’s Society.

    AntiRomantic.com discusses the conflicting philosophies of realism and romanticism in the film Dead Poets Society. This page is primarily concerned with the underlying philosophy of Dead Poets Society which we call “anti-romantic romanticist”. Here’s where to start:

    Todd Anderson is a new student that year. He suffers from low self-esteem brought on by the outstanding academic performance of his older brother, Jeffrey, who was also a student at Welton. Todd feels, with good reason, that his parents favor Jeffrey and that he is little more than an afterthought. The Dean is less than tactful when he reminds Todd that he has big shoes to fill. Just what Todd needed to hear! Neil Perry welcomes Todd as his new roommate. Neil is a positive young boy whose domineering father has a future all planned out for Neil, but it’s not the future that Neil wants.

    The conservative private school is steeped in tradition. But that tradition is about to have a huge challenge from one of its former students. John Keating has been hired by the school to become the new English teacher. He was a brilliant student, natural leader and a Rhodes Scholar. John always marched to the beat of a different drummer, a trait of the very bright.

    Robin Williams'''''''''''''''' death aged 63 has sent shockwaves around the film world as his legions of fans mourn the loss of one of their most loved Hollywood actors.

    Among the movies to get people talking in the wake of the tragic news is 1989''''''''''''''''s Dead Poets Society , which sees Williams play maverick English teacher John Keating and inspire a class of male students to seize the day and follow their dreams as unique individuals of value.

    As a way to honor what is arguably one of Williams'''' best roles, I''''ve decided to round up 11 of the most inspirational quotes from this memorable movie.

    This is Keating''''s explanation when he tells the students why he stands on the desk. It''''s not to make himself feel taller, as Dalton guesses. Instead, it''''s to gain a new perspective.

    From least greatest (10) to greatest greatest (1), the poems in this list are limited to ones originally written in the English language and which are under 50 lines, excluding poems like Homer’s Iliad and Edgar Allan Poe’s “Raven.” Each poem is followed by some brief analysis. Many good poems and poets had to be left off of this list. In the comments section below, feel free to make additions or construct your own lists. You can also submit analyses of classic poetry to [email protected] They will be considered for publication on this website.

    Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
    And sorry I could not travel both
    And be one traveler, long I stood
    And looked down one as far as I could
    To where it bent in the undergrowth;