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Ancient poetry analysis

2015-08-29 来源: 51due教员组 类别: Essay范文

51due网站精选Essay代写范文:“Ancient poetry analysis”。这篇论文主要是对早期的诗文进行分析。以诗的梦想在古英语文学和民谣爵士与中古英语文学为例,本文旨在以爵士在十字架的梦的比较讨论,表现类似主题的精神和勇敢的自我牺牲;这种手法是值得崇拜的。

By taking the poem The Dream of the Rood in old English literature and the ballad Sir Gawain and the Green Knight in Middle English literature as examples, this article aims to take a comparative discussion of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight in terms of The Dream of the Rood in portraying the similar theme that the spirit of bravery and self-sacrifice should be worshiped through similar approaches.  

Firstly, the two authors of these two works have chosen their subjects from the well-known traditional cultures to show their themes though these two stories reflect works of different historical periods. In terms of the poem The Dream of the Rood, from the line 55 to line 60, the poem reads that “dark under clouds, all creation wept, mourning the king’s fall: Christ was on the cross”. From this citation, it has been made clear that the subject of the poem is the classical story about Jesus Christ in the cross and his sacrifice for the mankind. More importantly, from different lines of the poem, the words such as “Almighty God” and “Jesus Christ” have been mentioned again and again. It is quite clear that the poem tells the narrator’s dream about the brave fighting journey of Jesus Christ as a young teenager. Since Jesus Christ is the holy son in Christianity, the story of Jesus Christ has been a cultural symbol of the English history. In this aspect, the poet of the poem The Dream of the Rood has used the technique of choosing a typical story to reflect its theme. Similarly, to highlight the theme of the poem, the poet Sir Gawain has chosen the typical legend of King Author and his twelve roundtable knights; in the meanwhile, the influence of Christianity also plays a role in reflecting the theme of the poem. With a closer inspect of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, from line 35 to line 40, the poet pointed out the background of the story that “it was Christmas at Camelot—king Author’s court”, which made it quite clear that the story of the poem is closely associated with the legends of King Author. In the meanwhile, the hero of the story Sir Gawain is just one of the knights of King Author. In this aspect, the poet of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight has used the same way of approaching the theme by illustrating some stories dating back to the traditional culture and symbolic cultural images. 

Secondly, Sir Gawain has centered on the similar theme in terms of the poem The Dream of the Rood since they both praised the spirit of bravery and self-sacrifice. The Dream of the Rood portrayed Jesus Christ as a young soldier who suffered from torment just for the salvation of mankind. To support it in details, from line 35 to line 40, it reads that “this young man tripped himself, --that was God Almighty—strong and courageous, he climbed up on the high gallows, brave in the sight of many, as he set out to redeem mankind”. From this citation, we can know that it worshiped the bravery of Jesus in sacrificing himself to save mankind. To understand the theme of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight in terms of The Dream of the Rood, Sir Gawain also highly praised the spirit of bravery and self-sacrifice. From the first part of the poem, it can be made clear that the honor of King Author and the twelve knights has been humiliated by the green knight. To show the chivalry spirit of King Author and the twelve knights, Sir Gawain bravely took the challenge of the green knight for the game of cutting the head as proved from line 340 to line 345 of the poem. As the plot goes, though Sir Gawain has been shortly tempted by the good-looking woman in the palace to take the green girdle as showed in part three of the poem from line 1825 to line 1830 with himself to protect him from being hurt, he finally carried out his promise in going to the green knight to play the game of cutting his own head. With this comparison, we can know that Sir Gawain actually goes back to the theme and issue of heroism as showed in the poem The Dream of the Rood.

As all the facts innumerate above, this article proved that Sir Gawain and the Green Knight has analyzed the similar theme and issue of worshipping the spirit of bravery and self-sacrifice as the old poem The Dream of the Rood. At the same time, to reach this goal, all these two poems has dated back to the traditional and symbolic stories of local culture such as the story of Jesus Christ and the legend of King Author and his twelve knights.      【-Z】 

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