Beach

  • Category: English
  • Words: 363
  • Grade: 86
Beach With Many Wonders I slowly begin to relax underneath the hot sun, which is basting me, like a turkey at grandma s house on Thanksgiving. The waves pound the beach showing its massive capability of leveling anything in its path. My beach chair cradles my tiresome body as the sand chars my feet. Far out in the ocean below the can I relax and watch a vessel disappear into the horizon. Nor can I smell the scent of sun tan oil in the mist of the salt water. Nowhere else can I watch the young brunette playing with her son on the beach . I don t have the pleasure of noticing an aged woman enjoying the flight of a man s kite. The anticipation of the kicking of
experience this else where. It is the thought that I am here with my beautiful young wife and son, my brother and his kids, my mom and my dad and their wonderful presence, most of all the nature of the beach and its surroundings.
Dover Beach As the narrator of Matthew Arnold`s "Dover Beach " looks out his window, he sees a beautiful world of nature: the sea and the cliffs under the glow of the moon. Describing this scene to his lover, he invites her to "[c]ome to the window" so that she might see it too (6). However, the speaker wishes his lover to see more glow of the moon. Describing this scene to his lover, he invites her to "[c]ome to the window" so that she might see it too (6). However, the speaker wishes his lover to see more than just a beautiful beach . Rather, he wants her to see Dover Beach as an ironic image that is a representation of the world the speaker sees. Likewise that the dead would find her actions pure and uncorrupt, so the king s emotions and rationalism about how to treat a dead patriot supercede the traditional way of treating the dead. While Arnold uses Dover Beach to represent this modern world of change, he creates a speaker to represent the tension that the poet and his fellow Romantics.
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