Literary Analysis Of Threating And Peter Weir's Dead Poets Society

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Poetry is “Writing that formulates a concentrated imaginative awareness of experience in language chosen and arranged to create a specific emotional response through meaning, sound, is and rhythm”. This quote explains that people can not just express their feelings through action and words but, they can also use poetry. Dead Poets Society by Peter Weir was a film about a group of boys forming the Dead Poets Society with the influence of a teacher. John Keating was one of the main characters in the film. He was a teacher from a boarding school. Mr. Keating taught poetry in an innovative way. He had brown hair, and brown eyes and dressed up in a suit. O me! O life! by Walt Whitman is a poem about the author questioning his existence. People throughout the author's life betrayed his expectations and he considers himself as one of these people. Both John Keating and Walt Whitman lived life and taught in an interesting way. Keating believed in himself while Whitman didn’t believe in himself and thought he was the biggest failure in his life. The main character and the author both contributed a verse to the students and themselves. A breakdown of how two different ways life should be lived.

Life should be lived like every day is someone's last and never regret anything because they might only get that opportunity once so, take it while you have the chance. Mr. Keating was trying to live life and be happy. Also, he tried to make school fun for his students. In the film he

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