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Comment 42 of 52, added on February 26th, 2007 at 8:01 PM.
I looking at this poem for a project!
Russellboy from United States
Comment 41 of 52, added on April 23rd, 2006 at 11:02 PM.
I think it show one should keep trying and u may reach your goal
Christina from United States
Comment 40 of 52, added on April 19th, 2006 at 4:45 PM.
i think this is a poem that some what encourages his readers which is the
complete antithesis of him all toghether b/c we normally see dark things in
his writings. But all in all, it could have been encouragement to himself
and all the things he was going through. he wrote this poem after Virginia
died and he probably realized that he needed encouragement to help him get
through. Which we see didn't work so well in his later years.
prplheffalump89 from United States
Comment 39 of 52, added on April 19th, 2006 at 2:45 PM.
I think the part of the poem where the shadow tells tge knight to look over
th mountains over the moon is not very clear...
What does it mean?
Philippe from Canada
Comment 38 of 52, added on March 23rd, 2006 at 11:11 PM.
i love this poem. A knight searching for the city of gold that doesn't
exist. I love the was EAP hides the meaning of this poem. You really have
to know your history for this poem to find the true meaning. If you know
anything about Sir Walter Raleigh thats a good start...This is one of the
best poems i have ever saw because i can actually understand it. I love
from United States
Comment 37 of 52, added on February 20th, 2006 at 4:06 AM.
instead of dismal....as sum have said...eldorado, to me ..is
encouraging....for the knight...is told quite clearly..ride boldly...if u
seek eldorado...good advice...u may never attain it..but life is in 'the
ride'...and one must be bold...
btw, i have the poem on my site...and sum other scite.....check it
out...hope u get a laugh...
rb from United States
Comment 36 of 52, added on February 16th, 2006 at 8:25 PM.
I love this poem. Yes, it indeed has a dismal message, yet the sing songy
rhythm seems to be contradictory to its depressing message. I believe that
the the part where it says:
"In sunshine and in shadow,"
the sunshine represents faith and the shadow represents doubt.
Comment 35 of 52, added on February 6th, 2006 at 5:03 AM.
in my regard the poem 'Eldorado' by Edgar allan poe is simply the 'best'.
Its central idea is that we can get eldorado 'the land of gold' only in
heaven i.e. life after death.in my point of view poe wrote this story to
reflect the mere fact that one gets inner peace and wealth through his
deeds at earth which later are the conditions in which he is judged in
Nahom T. from Ethiopia
Comment 34 of 52, added on January 25th, 2006 at 6:36 PM.
The origin of El Dorado comes from 16th century British men, such as Sir
Walter Raleigh who searched for a land of gold, called El Dorado in Guiana
and through out South America but never found it, because it didn't exist
jennifer from Canada
Comment 33 of 52, added on December 21st, 2005 at 11:57 AM.
Does anybody know where "eldorado" by E. A. Poe was published? And perhaps
also in europe?! Would be very helpful.
Trip from Germany
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