Dejection

Some articles on dejection:

Ode: Intimations Of Immortality - Themes
... which relates the ode to Coleridge's poem Dejection An Ode ... and provide his response to the ode's question within an early draft of his poem, Dejection an Ode ... The poem is similar to the conversation poems created by Coleridge, including Dejection An Ode ...
Models of Job Satisfaction - Discrepancy Theory
... explains the ultimate source of anxiety and dejection ... for not performing well, they will also feel dejection due to not being able to achieve their hopes and aspirations ... obtain these rewards, they begin to have feelings of dejection, disappointment, or even depression ...
Silas Tomkyn Comberbache - Poetry - The Conversation Poems
... in Solitude (1798) The Nightingale A Conversation Poem (1798) Dejection An Ode (1802) To William Wordsworth (1807) The eight of Coleridge's poems listed above are now often discussed ... verses thus Harold Bloom has written, "With Dejection, The Ancient Mariner, and Kubla Khan, Frost at Midnight shows Coleridge at his most impressive ... Wordsworth's Tintern Abbey, Shelley's Stanzas Written in Dejection and Keats's Ode to a Nightingale, and was a major influence on more modern lyrics by Matthew Arnold, Walt Whitman, Wallace Stevens, and W ...

More definitions of "dejection":

  • (noun): A state of melancholy depression.