Student’s Name: Professor’s Name: Course: Date: Revolution can be considered as a vast or change in a situation. It plays a significant role in changing the manner of thinking and behaving. Revolutionary in poems and drama have undergone a radical change mostly in the method in which they used to be written published and presented to the public. For instance some differences have been observed in the styles of writing. This from the rigid format used by early writers to more flexible methods that tend not to follow the specific format. This has been found useful in addressing the audience in a more understanding and exciting manner besides clearly addressing the current and the imaging issues in the contemporary society. John's Clare's "I Am" In the poem " I am" by john's Clare's is one of the revolutionary types during the time. This is regardless of his formal education This way it reminds us of what it was not. In summary use of revolutionary plays a vital role in the coming up with art that may leave us amused on the surface but remain interesting. This has continued to be significant especially for works that would have otherwise remained dull and boring. Work Cited Beckett Samuel and Samuel Beckett. Endgame: A Play in One Act ; Followed by Act Without Words I : a Mime for One Player. 2013. Internet resource. Bloom Harold. Samuel Beckett's Endgame. New York: Chelsea House 2011. Print. Clare John and Jonathan Bate. I Am: : the Selected Poetry of John Clare. New York (N.Y.: Farrar Straus and Giroux 2013. Print. Herd David. John Ashbery and American Poetry: : Fit to Cope with Our Occasions. Manchester: Manchester University Press 2015. Print. Pickering Kenneth. Key Concepts in Drama and Performance. Palgrave Macmillan 2012. Internet resource. [...]
poems 1. john ashberry(what is the poetry) 2. john's clare's "i am" 3. rene magritte's "key of dramas" 4.joy harjo's "i give it back" Drama Endgame written by samuel beckett. Question for all of the above;- Are certain poems / play revolutionary if so, how? so, with references these all of the above things have to describe in a 1300 words on the bases of a single above question.