Lovethere are 5 parts to this, each part has to be a paragraph long i will be sending each part one by one

Literary Analysis Part One The “ kiss” is an unusual story in many aspects. First it is a love story that is one sided. Gracie seems to love Tommy so much and wishes Tommy would love her back and even do the small things that she asks for but on the other hand tommy does not feel the same. Secondly the two seem attracted to one another. Tommy feels something for Gracie as symbolized with the kiss but at the same time he feels bad about the idea of having made Gracie to love him. This is rather unusual because if he truly feels something for Gracie he would have done what Gracie was asking instead of making promises that do not seem to be true.
Part two
The story “ Flapper” and the poem “ where has the mother flown” have similar content or themes. One consistent theme that comes out is that of death. First is the disappearance of the wren’s parents leaving the chic’s to die, second, Bess’s and her sister’s husband die and in the end Bess’s sister dies of stroke. The poem also depicts the same theme with the disappearance of a lover over sixty years and the question of where Salvi, Philmoor, Baxton, Seddar and Clives mother have disappeared to. In terms of techniques we can identify flashback as having being used consistently in both pieces, oxymoron- such as “ she was a young girl at 85” and similes such as “ deaf as a rock” have also been extensively used.
Part Three
“ By the Duomo” and “ In the Duomo Museum”
The two poems use flashback as a dominant technique for example in the poem “ by the Duomo” the phrase “ 27, a child, he reminds me of Kenny’s older brother, whom I met In a gay bar in ’67.” In the poem, “ In the Duomo Museum” the phrase “ am reminded of Betty Jean in ’76, Her agonized rant Of Scripture and Obscenity…” also shows use of flashback. The dominant theme that can be found in the two poems is romance or love. Another similarity is that the two poems end with an aspect of separation with the characters going opposite ways. The difference that can be spotted in these two poems is in terms of techniques where the poem “ By the Duomo” uses Rhyme in the phrases “ Innocently, Cheerfully,” and the first phrase “ 27…” and “… ‘ 67” while the second poem has no rhyme.
Part 4
Sonnet 18 and Sonnet 130 are two quite different poems though with the same theme. In the first poem Shakespeare describes his love in a straight forward way and adores the beauty. His lover has many good qualities that cannot be found under the sun. The poem introduces the aspect of immortality where Shakespeare sees his lover alive in the lines of the poem even after death. This is a very beautiful poem that we even see the lover escaping death and lives on in the memories of others. Sonnet 130 is quite different and Shakespeare does not have any good qualities to attach to his lover. He describes her using terrible phrases as opposed to the first sonnet. The good thing is the conclusion where despite of the looks he adores her because she is rare (Broke 18-130).
Part 5
The universe of the tiger can be described as a cruel world. A world in which there are so many problems, a world that is unbearable. It universe is characterized by terror and power not seen anywhere. The nature of God cannot be possibly described in this poem. How can the same God who created the lamb, a meek innocent creature have created the tiger, a powerful, violent creature? God is seen as powerful but at the same time merciful resembling the lamb. a creator may be all knowing but does not influence the choice that an individual makes. The free will gives the individual a chance to choose a different option from one that the creator knows he is likely to choose.
Works Cited
Brooke, Tucker, ed. William Shakespears Sonnets. London: Oxford UP, 1936. Print.