Analysis In "When I Have Fears," Keats turns to the Shakespearean sonnet with its abab, cdcd, efef, gg rhyme scheme and its division into three quatrains and a concluding couplet. It was written after Keats made a close study of Shakespeare's songs and sonnets and, in its development, it imitates closely one of Shakespeare s own sonnet patterns.
Lost Cause tenets are frequently voiced during controversies surrounding public display of the Confederate flags and various state flags. Historian John Coski noted that the Sons of Confederate Veteransthe "most visible, active, and effective defender of the flag", "carried forward into the twenty-first century, virtually unchanged, the Lost Cause historical interpretations and ideological vision formulated at the turn of the twentieth".
SCV spokesmen reiterated the consistent argument that the South fought a legitimate war for independence, not a war to defend slavery, and that the ascendant "Yankee" view of history falsely vilified the South and led people to misinterpret the battle flag.
Since the end of the American Civil War, personal and official use of Confederate flags, and of flags derived from these, has continued under considerable controversy. Texas Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans centered on whether or not the state of Texas could deny a request by the SCV for vanity license plates that incorporated a Confederate battle flag.
The case was heard by the Court on March 23, Many have interpreted this as the legacy of the minimization and trivialization of slavery associated with the Lost Cause movement. By the mid-eighties, most southerners had decided to build a future within a reunited nation.
A few remained irreconcilable, but their influence in southern society declined rapidly.
Providing a sense of relief to white Southerners who feared being dishonored by defeat, the Lost Cause was largely accepted in the years following the war by white Americans who found it to be a useful tool in reconciling North and South.
The Lost Cause became an integral part of national reconciliation by dint of sheer sentimentalism, by political argument, and by recurrent celebrations and rituals.
For most white Southerners, the Lost Cause evolved into a language of vindication and renewal, as well as an array of practices and public monuments through which they could solidify both their Southern pride and their Americanness.
In the s, Confederate memories no longer dwelled as much on mourning or explaining defeat; they offered a set of conservative traditions by which the entire country could gird itself against racial, political, and industrial disorder.
And by the sheer virtue of losing heroically the Confederate soldier provided a model of masculine devotion and courage in an age of gender anxieties and ruthless material striving. He concludes, "the legend of the lost cause has served the entire country very well", and he goes on to say: We have elevated the entire conflict to the realm where it is no longer explosive.
It is a part of American legend, a part of American history, a part, if you will, of American romance. It moves men mightily, to this day, but it does not move them in the direction of picking up their guns and going at it again. We have had national peace since the war ended, and we will always have it, and I think the way Lee and his soldiers conducted themselves in the hours of surrender has a great deal to do with it.
New South[ edit ] Historians have said that the "Lost Cause" theme helped white Southerners adjust to their new status and move forward into what was called "the New South ". By focusing on military sacrifice, rather than grievances regarding the North, the Confederate Museum aided the process of sectional reconciliation, according to Hillyer.
Lastly, by glorifying the common soldier and portraying the South as "solid," the museum promoted acceptance of industrial capitalism.
Thus, the Confederate Museum both critiqued and eased the economic transformations of the New South, and enabled Richmond to reconcile its memory of the past with its hopes for the future, leaving the past behind as it developed new industrial and financial roles.
Much was left out of the Lost Cause: But the Lost Cause narrative also suppressed the memories of many white southerners. Memories of how, under slavery, power bred cruelty.
Memories of the bloody, unbearable realities of war. Written out too were the competing memories and identities that set white southerners one against another, pitting the planters against the up-country, Unionists against Confederates, Populists and mill workers against the corporations, home-front women against war-besotted, broken men.
The postwar era saw the birth of a regional "civil religion" that was heavy with symbolism and ritual; clergymen were the primary celebrants. Wilson says that the ministers constructed: Lost Cause ritualistic forms that celebrated their regional mythological and theological beliefs.
They used the Lost Cause to warn Southerners of their decline from past virtue, to promote moral reform, to encourage conversion to Christianity, and to educate the young in Southern traditions; in the fullness of time, they related to American values.
The Lost Cause—defeat in a holy war—left southerners to face guilt, doubt, and the triumph of evil: Vann Woodward has called a uniquely Southern sense of the tragedy of history.
They staged the contest between reconstruction opponent and Democratic candidate Wade Hampton and incumbent governor Daniel H. Chamberlain as a religious struggle between good and evil, and calling for "redemption". United Daughters of the Confederacy Among the writers on the Lost Cause, gender roles were contested domain.
Men typically hurried by the role women played during the war, noting their total loyalty to the cause.In this section we explore the concept of correlation (especially using Pearson’s correlation coefficient) and how to perform one and two sample hypothesis testing, especially to determine whether the correlation between populations is zero (in which case the populations are independent) or equal.
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