Comparative analysis of poetry
- Analysis of the peom 'Factory Jungle' by Jim Daniels
- Analysis of the peom 'The Song of the Factory Worker' by Ruth Collins
- Analysis of the poem 'Woman Work' by Maya Angelou
Language is the most important aspect in poetry or rather the author's essential key to achieving their main objective - grabbing the reader's attention and keeping throughout the poem's entirety. Many poets are unsuccessful in doing so simply because they believe that poetry should be difficult to understand and often times they use such extravagant words and expressions that the reader has difficulty understanding the author's intentions and therefore they lose interest.
[...] She will miss everything about it and need to come back not just financially but emotionally as if it has gained some sort of control over its employees. In the poem, Woman Work by Maya Angelou the author is also describing a workplace of sorts just not in a factory but just as the other author's she is expressing her discontent and her desire to escape it all. Unlike the other two poems this author abstains from the use of common poetic techniques such as metaphors, similes, personification, irony or even satire. [...]