The poems attached have a variety of themes depicted in them. Furthermore, from close analysis of Poem by Poem, one can realize the variety of writing styles implemented in an aim to get across more effectively the thematic off the different poems. There are specific poems talking about the issue of death and how it is a matter eluding the different elaborations from differently distinguished people in the society. In one poem, death is described to be eluding concepts that cannot be grasped appropriately in explanatory terms.
Some of the poems go on to talk about different issues including the interesting issue of braveness and courage. One [articular poem talks about the imposing character of a young fellow. The poem depicts the young man as a man of likable character and one who holds a variety of talents. The young man is also depicted to be brave and courageous as displayed by the various lines of the poems mentioning the effect he has on good men and the way his bravery is manifested to the public.
In another poem, there is manifested a theme of the folly that exists in men. The folly is depicted in various ways including the way the man thinks and how he acts. Various acts that depict folly according to the poem include greed and thick-headedness. It also talks about the ability to look at different issues in the world through different perspectives. Essentially, the poem mentions how men view and weigh on different matters in life. Their philosophies regarding the matters and how the different perspectives of life that they hold affect their daily lives. Indeed, the poems contain a variety of topics and themes which have an underlying intended message to the reader.
The author of the Book titled “The Wretched of the Earth,” Frantz Fanton was a psychiatrist of black dissent. The book was majorly an expression of the philosophy and the revolutionary thinking that was taking place in the world during the time the book was written. However, this paper will not focus on the whole book, but rather on specific aspects of society as depicted in the second chapter of the book. The second chapter titled “Grandeur and Weakness of Spontaneity” talks mainly about the role of intellectuals in the political wave that was hitting colonized countries all over the world.
In the second chapter, the author mentions of the different ways that intellectuals that were colonized were using their knowledge gained from studying the political formations that existed to counter attack the politics of colonization on a grand scale. The important topic discussed in the second chapter of the book is mentioned through the birth of the intellectual and business elite that thrived to form nationalist political movements in colonized countries. The intellectuals were on the forefront of using the basis of the doctrines of western political formations to direct their impending propaganda on colonial governments by mobilizing the masses.
Furthermore, the second chapter tends to dwell on the topic of the triumph of a national cause over the colonial government. Analysis of the text will show that the advance of the fight for a national cause will be adopted by each and every colonized citizen if the government shows any signs of anxiety. This will give the revolutionists a chance to rise against the colonial government through armed insurrection. The armed insurrection strongly supports the idea of a struggle to attain national liberation for a colonized country through violent or rather armed uprising against the government.