Alice Oswald Essays
Gender and Nature in Alice Oswald's Daisy 12th Grade
Weeds and Wild Flowers
In ‘Daisy’, Alice Oswald uses the evolving imagery of a narrator considering her actions towards a daisy to symbolise the meekness and conformity socially linked to womanhood- and the poem’s progressively aggressive tone mirrors her desire to...
Translucence and Translation in Alice Oswald's Memorial: A Version of Homer's Illiad College
Memorial: A Version of Homer's Iliad
Most translations of Homer’s The Iliad keep the entire narrative of the story, incorporating Homer’s themes on the glory of war. Alice Oswald, however, chooses to deviate from this aspect of Homer’s epic in her Memorial: A Version of Homer’s...