SENTIMENTALISM, EMOTIONS (Psychology), and GARDENS
The article presents a poetry reviews of the poem "The Garden Seat" by Thomas Hardy. It mentions neither sentimental nor literary since it happens during the pre-reflective stage of our existence. It further discusses personal past by reading the significant images in our private world along with garden tidying the paths and setting seats.
American poetry -- Criticism and interpretation and Voice in literature -- Analysis
The many conflicting images of Dylan Thomas, entertainer, publicity-hound, bohemian and drunk to name a few, have made it too easy to dismiss the man and his poetry as temporary. Thomas produced some poetry, however, that is worthy of great admiration and should not be dismissed. Much of Thomas' poetry was too reliant on emotion and playful language and lacked the philosophical depth to be considered classic. Other poems, such as 'Fern Hill' and 'Do Not Go Gently into That Good Night' do stand up under the closest scrutiny and should be recognized as great poetry.