We Real Cool

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“Cool” is not Cool Anymore
Thesis: Mrs. Brooks wrote a poem in 1960 mostly suggesting the type of outcome life will take if one takes the choice the teenagers in her poem took. I) Alliteration
A) Words that have the same consonant
B) Perfect examples coming from the poem
C) Great style to make the reading fun
II) Diction
D) The word choice of the poet
E) “We Real Cool” makes the reader think the poem is something else than what it really is. F) Mrs. Brooks uses “Slang” vocabulary to make us understand the teenagers are uneducated. III) Rhyme

G) She uses in every stanza
H) Specific examples from the poem
I) “We Real Cool- We Die Soon”
Conclusion: Mrs. Brooks finds a great way in this poem to let the reader know what is the path that leads to suffer, and emptiness, is dropping out of school.

“Cool” is not Cool Anymore
Mrs. Brooks wrote a poem in 1960 mostly suggesting the type of outcome life will take if one takes the choice the teenagers in her poem took. This essay will explain, and state the elements of poetry she introduced in ‘’We Real Cool”. To give a preview of this essay the reader must understand that being “cool” is not good. Acknowledging this, here is the preview of this essay. First is very precise to talk about the alliteration she uses in her poem; secondly the diction in her poem will make the reader understand deeper why being “cool” is not good. Last but not least the rhyme is an important element in this poem, thanks to the rhymes she implies in the poem the reader is able to connect these things to make it easier to understand. Mrs. Brooks deliver great interest for the students that drop out of high school and she also suggests that this is a dead end path. Various lines of Mrs. Brooks poem begin with words that have the same consonant letter: this is how she implies alliteration in her poem, these are the examples: (letter l) Lurk-Late, (letters Str)...
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