This blog is dedicated to the stylistic analyses of English poetry and fiction ranging from C20th modernist poetry to South Asian poetry written in the English language. These articles present comprehensive textual analysis through the linguistic framework of stylistics, and will seek to dig out meaning through elaborate and intensive study of language.

The poems examined belong to various genres and have centuries and oceans between them. From the modernists to the postcolonials, from the Romantics to the avant-gardists, this blog includes a large range of poetry analyses, and will be of immense value to the student and lover of poetry.

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The writers of this blog belong to the student body of the MPhil English Literature programme, class of 2016-18, University of the Punjab, Lahore. All content belongs to the respective authors.

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Momina Masood (Blog Editor)