The Motif of Death in the “Lucy Poems”. Its Representation and Relation to the Stages of Grief


Term Paper, 2015

15 Pages, Grade: 1,0


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Table of Contents

1. Introduction

2. About the motif of death in the “Lucy Poems”
2.1. Who is/was Lucy?
2.1.1. Lucy – a real person or a symbol?
2.1.2. Lucy – a beloved person and a child of nature
2.2. Lucy’s death and the links to nature
2.3. The meditation on Lucy’s death compared to the process of grief

3. Conclusion

4. Works Cited

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Title
The Motif of Death in the “Lucy Poems”. Its Representation and Relation to the Stages of Grief
College
RWTH Aachen University  (Anglistisches Institut)
Course
Proseminar: Romantic Poetry
Grade
1,0
Author
Year
2015
Pages
15
Catalog Number
V298341
ISBN (eBook)
9783656947691
ISBN (Book)
9783656947707
File size
464 KB
Language
English
Keywords
Lucy, Lucy Poems, William, Wordsworth, William Wordsworth, Romantic, Romanticism, death, love, stages of grief, grief, phases of grief, process of grief, group, relation, grouped
Quote paper
Johanna Mett (Author), 2015, The Motif of Death in the “Lucy Poems”. Its Representation and Relation to the Stages of Grief, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/298341

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