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  1. This poem has a myriad of poetic devices, some of which are as follows: Anaphora: The word ‘where’ is repeated throughout the entirety of the poem for added emphasis.   2. Enjambment: This can be observed when the meaning of the whole poem runs over to the subsequent lines without a break.Read more

    This poem has a myriad of poetic devices, some of which are as follows:

    1. Anaphora:

    The word ‘where’ is repeated throughout the entirety of the poem for added emphasis.

     

    2. Enjambment:

    This can be observed when the meaning of the whole poem runs over to the subsequent lines without a break.

     

    3. Metaphor:

    ‘clear stream of reason’

    Here, reasoning is compared to a stream that is clear without ripples.

     

    4. Alliteration:

    One example that can be found in the poem is ‘dreary desert’.

     

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  1. The central idea of the poem revolves around the dream of the persona on their ideal version of freedom. Every line of the poem displays this notion by detailing on the persona’s idea of freedom that he wished and prayed for India to achieve.   My Heaven Summary

    The central idea of the poem revolves around the dream of the persona on their ideal version of freedom. Every line of the poem displays this notion by detailing on the persona’s idea of freedom that he wished and prayed for India to achieve.

     

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  1. Alliteration: Alliteration is the repetition of the same letter sound across the start of several words in a line of text. For example, “sunset’s crimson splendor” Metaphor: A common poetic device where an object in, or the subject of, a poem is described as being the same as another otherwise unrelRead more

    1. Alliteration: Alliteration is the repetition of the same letter sound across the start of several words in a line of text. For example, “sunset’s crimson splendor”
    2. Metaphor: A common poetic device where an object in, or the subject of, a poem is described as being the same as another otherwise unrelated object. For example, “stream of time”, “thunder of imperial power”
    3. Personification: A poetic device where animals, plants, or even inanimate objects, are given human qualities “cheek of time”

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  1. In the poem, Tagore speaks of the immortal creation, the Taj Mahal, and the timeless appeal of the great monument. The poem symbolizes the love between Shah Jahan and Mumtaz.   Taj Mahal Summary

    In the poem, Tagore speaks of the immortal creation, the Taj Mahal, and the timeless appeal of the great monument. The poem symbolizes the love between Shah Jahan and Mumtaz.

     

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  1. “Where The Mind Is Without Fear” is a thought-provoking poem by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, an Indian writer. Tagore is a poet, dramatist and often refers to as ‘the Bard of Bengal’. It is one the best poems in the anthology called “Gitanjali” which was published in 1912 and won the prestigiRead more

    “Where The Mind Is Without Fear” is a thought-provoking poem by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, an Indian writer. Tagore is a poet, dramatist and often refers to as ‘the Bard of Bengal’.

    It is one the best poems in the anthology called “Gitanjali” which was published in 1912 and won the prestigious Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913.

    When Tagore composed this poem his mind was confined by the chains of slavery-like any other common citizens of India because India was under the clutch of the British Rule where freedom was like day-dreaming.

    This poem is written in the form of prayer to God, the true bearer of freedom. He urges God throughout the poem with his mysterious concept of freedom from the struggle for awakening to his countrymen.

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  1. His main vision is to get freedom. He wrote many poetry to express his freedom fighting and also he wanted a free country where the students can learn think freely.

    His main vision is to get freedom. He wrote many poetry to express his freedom fighting and also he wanted a free country where the students can learn think freely.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The poem Where the Mind is Without Fear by Rabindranath Tagore is about the power of education. The poem's main theme is the power of education to relieve human suffering. One can find the theme in the first stanza of the poem, which reads: "Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high;/Read more

    The poem Where the Mind is Without Fear by Rabindranath Tagore is about the power of education. The poem’s main theme is the power of education to relieve human suffering. One can find the theme in the first stanza of the poem, which reads: “Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high;/Where knowledge is free;/Where the world has not been broken up into fragments by narrow domestic walls.”

    This can also be found in the poem’s last stanza, which reads: “Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way amid the dreary sands of dead habit;/Where the mind is led forward by Thee into ever-widening thought and action-/

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