Comparative analysis of poem "Hum Dekhenge" and "Ode to the West Wind"
Keywords:Conflict Theory, Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Revolution Hope, Karl Marx, Percy Byshhe Shelley
The research delves into a comparative analysis of two impactful poems: "Hum Dekhenge" by Faiz Ahmed Faiz and "Ode to the West Wind" by Percy Bysshe Shelley, framed within the theoretical backdrop of Karl Marx's conflict theory. This exploration unveils the profound themes embedded in these works, encompassing revolution, optimism, hope, and the nuanced social and political issues depicted by each poet in their respective creations. Conducting a meticulous textual analysis, the study culminates in a noteworthy revelation: despite the poets hailing from distinct cultures and employing different languages, their verses resonate with parallel revolutionary ideals. It is imperative to acknowledge the study's limitations, as it focuses solely on individual poems, paving the way for future research endeavors to enrich our understanding of these literary nuances."
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