Nature in the Poetry of Hopkins and Iqbal: An Analysis
Nature and natural objects are seen in all types of poetry being used with different modes of expression. Some poets use it as symbols to express other meaning and some use it as the art of God which has been created as a texture and beauty to the universe. However, in both ways the presence of nature is inevitable. The present paper will discuss about the presence of nature in the poetry of Hopkins and Iqbal. Both albeit from different times are religious poets and have admired God for creating the beautiful World.
Keywords: Nature, Omnipresence, symbolism, Creative force, Imagery, Metamorphosis.
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