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SELF-ASSERTION OF PERSONALITY: A STUDY OF ROBERT LOWELL’S LORD WEARY’S CASTLE

    2 Author(s):  DR . R . BAKYARAJ, R.J. ANTONYILAYARASU

Vol -  10, Issue- 1 ,         Page(s) : 63 - 68  (2019 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

The present paper on Robert Lowell’s poetry reveals an agonizing exploration of the interrelatedness of self, which centers on his Catholic faith and his tortured sensibility seeking in vain a spiritual certitude. In the larger sense, all of Lowell’s poems are exploring the self, in that he has found the truest metaphor for the division of the nature of man to be within himself, though the same tensions extend outward to embrace American, his own family, both ancestors and new descendants; his literary colleagues, and finally, the whole of twentieth-century society.

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