This study seeks to examine archetypal and conceptual metaphors that run through the poetry of two romantic poets: the British John Clare (1793 – 1864) and the Egyptian Mahmoud Hasan Ismail (1910 – 1977). John Clare's poetry is the product of both Clare the peasant and Clare the poet who is keen on acquiring various cultural representations, yet crippled with his own limitations of educational, social and economic statuses. Mahmoud Hasan Ismail, though being well educated, unlike John Clare, he focuses on the peasantry life which makes his poetry a mixture of descriptive pieces of rural life and nature and a contemplation of human experiences related to man's crisis in his confrontation with the urban values. The author provided translations for Ismail's poems examined.
|Number of Pages||184|
|Country of Manufacture||India|
|Product Brand||LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing|
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