1. Dickinson and Whitman are two important poets from the antebellum period. They are very different, both in terms of form (what their poetry looks like on the page) and content. Write a comparison, using poems from the assigned reading, that includes at least three terms defined in the Poetry Lecture in Week 1, as well as the poets’ purpose in writing. What messages are they trying to convey in their poetry? Are they successful? Of the two poets, which one do you prefer and why?this is the classmates paper……..Discussion Forum Instructions:Post a response to # 3 & 4 prompts below.Participation is worth 30% of your grade. Active participation in the weekly discussion is expected by posting on at least three different days. Meet the minimum word count for each post to get full credit.All posts must be completed by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. No makeups are allowed.Use only the assigned readings to respond to the discussion posts.Your post must include at least one quote from each text used to receive full credit.Post 3: According to the biography in your textbook, Paul Laurence Dunbar wanted “to interpret my own people through song and story, and prove to the many that we are more human than African.” The same argument could be made that Chopin and Gilman, both female, were attempting to prove that they were more human than woman. From the assigned readings by Dunbar, Chopin and Gilman, choose works from at least two of the authors and explain how the writer attempts to illustrate this idea. Is he/she successful? Be sure to quote, cite, and reference from the text(s) using appropriate APA format. Your post must be at least 250 words.Post 4: Reply to a classmate regarding post 3; be sure to offer a new quote or idea to keep the conversation flowing! Be sure to quote, cite, and reference from the text(s) using appropriate APA format. Your post must be at least 150 words.