The Brook by Tennyson — Analysis

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79 Responses

  1. DEEPAK KUMAR SHARMA says:

    I LIKE THIS POEM TOO MUCH

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  4. baba says:

    ty so much

  5. arima chezhian says:

    this was very useful

  6. SARTHAK SAXENA says:

    this helped me a lot to crack the meaning of tough words…..ty

  7. Kashish varshney says:

    Awesome site helped me a lot in understanding the actual meaning of the poem .thanks a lot

  8. shreyas says:

    thank u very much for this site ………… the best site for summary of poem in world

  9. BHAVANA says:

    EXELLENT POEM

  10. Tanya srivastav says:

    Very useful information. ☺

  11. Aadish says:

    Beautiful meaning of this poem.I like it too much.

  12. nivya says:

    Awesome ……

  13. Usman hasan says:

    🙂 Ty

  14. tushar says:

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  15. Dhruv Chauhan says:

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  16. eshan deshmukh says:

    this made me used to to the poem!
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  18. bhavya tripathi says:

    gr8 poem …unleashes the deepest parts of the soul

  19. Aranya says:

    Now, I’m able to understand this poem….
    Thanks a lot

  20. itapanes mayas says:

    cant understand ……………the line
    I linger by my shingly bars (why)

    • Satya Prakash says:

      ‘Shingly’ means a bank of a stream, river or sea covered with small stone pebbles. The stream gets obstructed by these pebbles and its speed slows down considerably. So the stream ‘lingers’ amid the pebbles.

  21. khushi khandelwal says:

    although it was very very helpful . thankyou very much for the para by para explainatiins…but sumwrds are very diffclt..plzzz use some easy language….!!!

  22. Aditya Singh Parmar says:

    it is a very good summary.I really liked it.

  23. Prishita jain says:

    Very useful …thanksyou

  24. Isha says:

    Nyc analysis….but what does the post mean by the words- slip, slide, gloom and glance individually?

  25. Julie Dunne says:

    I have loved this poem my whole life. I was first introduced to it at 12 years of age as a First Year at a traditional English grammar school. I had the great fortune to have an English teacher that made poetry come alive. I am now 57 and still love this deceptively simple little masterpiece of Tennyson’s.

  26. Kakoli Biswas says:

    Brilliantly written. An analysis of the poetic devices would be great. Thanks.

  27. Uma Maheswari says:

    Brilliant and a detailed analysis. Great job. Details every minute expression and a very good interpretation. Clear explanation of poetic devices used in the poem with examples would be appreciated.

  28. PUNCY says:

    PLEES DU THE HOW I TAUGHT MY GRANNY TO READ.

  29. jyotsna kamble says:

    the poem is about the journey and also gives us message that whatever problems we face to reach our destiny we should go against it and be successful.

  30. alex says:

    its soooooo boring
    make it simple pls

  31. MArk Morton says:

    How did Alex find it to be boring

  32. Gauravi says:

    Sir this is a whopping great summary.

  33. ranvi says:

    It was not very much interesting

  34. hemant says:

    the poem is too difficult to understand the analysis is good but doing it in stanza order makes it too long and boring for this poem

  35. hita says:

    a vey beautiful poem and its critical analysis is also equally good
    very helpful for me and anybody

  36. hita says:

    I suggest that you can use simple words when explaining each stanza
    thank you

  37. ABC says:

    Thanks for the explanation. It was extremely helpful.

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