The motives of physical and moral sufferings in the poetic work “The Famine Road” by Eavan Boland


  • V.P. Haidar

Abstract

The article deals with Eavan Boland’s poetic work “The Famine Road”. It shows an attempt to identify the main motif of the poem and describe imaginary specificity of the poet’s imaginative world specificity. Eavan Boland is Ireland’s leading woman poet whose poetry is transparent and realistic. The poem “The Famine Road” expresses the themes of war and violence, portrays the political and private realities at once and perpetuates the conflict moments in the history of native country and human sufferings. The stanzas of thispoetic work are full of numerous adjectives and metaphors, which describe the past-day picture in gloomy colors and make the recipient feel sad.
Published
2014-08-01
How to Cite
Haidar, V. (2014). The motives of physical and moral sufferings in the poetic work “The Famine Road” by Eavan Boland. Anglistics and Americanistics, (11). Retrieved from https://anglistika.dp.ua/index.php/AA/article/view/86