Need help with my writing homework on Sound and Aurality as Social, Technological and Aesthetic Practice. Write a 2250 word paper answering; The poems include. “The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim’s Point”, “The cry of the Children”, “The Seraphim” among others which captivated readers over the centuries. The work she did involve visual arts, especially portraiture which was not popular at the time. One of her famous portrait poems is “On a Picture of Riego’s Widow”, which she did in 1826 qualified her to be featured in the National Portrait Gallery (Guide to the Years Work 337).

Other poets who later used portraits along with their poem citations were Eliza Fox Bridell who did a chalk portrait representing “The Aging Poet” and Michele Gordigiani is known for his oil portrait in 1858. Other writers such as La Porte confessed to adore Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s (EBB) work for its celestial aesthetic compared to other works of the early poetry. An interesting performance is displayed in the poem “The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim’s Point”, where the poem takes the form of a dramatic monologue (Guide to the Years Work 347). The poem creates extreme sensations in many readers, especially because. at its beginning, the killing of a child is displayed in detail. Although from a creativity perspective the poem is criticized, poets acknowledge the combination of sound, visual, and imagery as above the standards of art during her time.

Towards the late nineteenth century, and the early twentieth century, there was a decline in artistic performance (Guide to the Years Work 359). However, in the 1960s there was a comeback of poetry art where written art included drama and theatre. It was characterized by the online representation of poetry in motion, mostly adopted from the ‘Dynasts’ of the early 19th century. The Dynasts were transformed to display the ‘Napoleonic Image in Hardy and Tolstoy’ which was done by the two poets Hardy and Tolstoy, normally known as the 19th-century contemporaries.

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