• Ib Example
    discussion of how the readers are changed by their reading. Edgar structures his poem to illustrate the nature of this relationship between literature and its readers. “The Secret Life of Books” is divided into five stanzas, each six lines in length. A lyric poem, it is a brief commentary revealing...
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  • Yeah
    you call the pattern in which end rhyme occurs? 14-20. What are the 7 kinds of stanzas? (In order) (Write the name and the corresponding number of lines)  1. In poetry, what do you call a group of lines? 2. What element requires the use of senses? 3. What type of poem requires a 5-7-5...
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  • Poetry
    poem is formatted into 3 stanzas of 8,4,4,4; 8,4,4,4; 8,4,4,4 syllables. The rhyme scheme is as follows: aabb, ccdd, eeff Mirrored Refrain Monody A monody is a poem in which one person laments another's death. Monorhyme A Monorhyme is a poem in which all the lines have the same end rhyme...
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  • “the Hand That Signed the Paper” Analysis
    poem there are relating words and repetition used as a poetic devices. “Murder” (Stanza 2, Line 3) and “did a king to death” (Stanza 2, Line 4) have identical meanings. Also within the poem, there are synonyms: “paper” (Stanza 1, Line 1) and “treaty” (Stanza 3, Line 9). I believe that Thomas used...
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  • The Bells vs. After a Great Pain, a Formal Feeling Comes
    body’s reaction, stone like, tombs, that do not move, show emotions and or expressions. “The stiff Heart questions--was it He that bore? And yesterday--or centuries before?” (Stanza 1, line 3-4) Very difficult to be accurately be described, but this tends to give you the feeling of suffering, someone...
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  • cyrano
    Read again to analyze diction 1. What are three unusual words in the poem? Why do you think the writer chose these words? 2. Which words in the poem have strong connotations? Which words develop a specific tone for each stanza? What is the tone? 3. Describe the overall mood of the poem...
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  • The Tyger Literary Analysis
    creating a living creature is god, which contributed to my belief that the “he” is god. The extreme vagueness of lines 3 and 4 of this stanza help to contribute to the mysterious feeling of the poem. Also, in lines 3 and 4 of this stanza, it seems as if the author is at a loss for words. His...
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  • Poems
    stanza … The poet addresses … / His (main) intention is to … The poet narrates … / describes … / depicts … / develops the idea of …/ He / She reflects on … / expresses … 3. The poet´s tone reveals his attitude towards … / indicates …/ suggests … / implies… The tone in the poem...
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  • Miss
    pleasant mood for the reader. Progressing into stanzas 2 and 3 the poet uses rhetorical questions such as “where are the songs of spring ay, where are they” to lure the reader in and make them feel part of the poem. Lastly in the third stanza the poet focuses on the sounds of autumn, alliteration is...
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  • Thomas Hardy
    | | | |The Going of the Battery | | | |Stanza 1 | stanza 2 | stanza 3 | stanza 4 | stanza 5 | stanza 6 | stanza 7 | discussing the poem...
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  • Poetry
    first in each line form a word or message when read in a sequence. Ballad A poem that tells a story similar to a folk tail or legend which often has a repeated refrain. Ballade Poetry which has three stanzas of seven, eight or ten lines and a shorter final stanza of four or five. All stanzas...
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  • The Red Wheelbarrow
    second line in each of the four stanzas. “The Red Wheelbarrow” has no apparent rhyme pattern; however, there are several other literary devices found in Williams’ poem. One literary device Williams uses is alliteration. In lines 3, 5, 6, and 7 one can hear the consonant sound “w” or “wh” repeated...
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  • poem explanation
    (valley) vale profound (word-order); (Stanza 1) chaunt (sing) (Stanza 2); numbers (lines, verses); lay (ballad, song) (Stanza 3). Secondly, one of the most striking lexical characteristics of the poem is repetition of words which express more or less the same meaning. For example, solitude is the...
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  • Lesson Plan for Grade 7
    the moon? 2. Differentiate the rays of the sun and moon. 3. Very well said. Now in this stanza what is being described? 4. Great. That’s right. So let’s go to the next stanza. (after reading) So in this stanza, who is being compared to the moon? 5. Yes, that’s correct. Do you know what...
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  • Poetry
    oppressor’s tongue?’   Analysis -there are 29 lines -not a sonnet -the poem does not have a regular rhyme scheme -the poem is in free verse -all the length of the lines are not the same - the poem is in 2 stanzas | sonnet has 14 lines -last words of the first 6 lines 1.dead 2.emigrated 3...
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  • I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
    gazed—and gazed—but little thought What wealth the show to me had brought:.....18 Summary, Stanza 3 In their gleeful fluttering and dancing, the daffodils outdo the rippling waves of the lake. But the poet does not at this moment fully appreciate the happy sight before him. In the last line of the...
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  • sister maude
    _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________  Check the use of iambic pentameter for each line of the poem. Metre  This poem is written in 5 stanzas. Stanzas 1, 2, 3 and 4 have four lines each. A four-lined stanza is called a...
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  • Shakespeare Poem
    of love, and has musical qualities making it a lyric poem. This lyric poem also consists of ending rhyming words. For example, each stanza is composed of six lines in which the first and the third line rhyme the last word such as “lass” (1) and “pass .” (3) Shakespeare also makes use of repetition...
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  • Vegetable
    AMONG VEGETABLES The poem ‘Among Vegetables’ by renowned Malaysian poet Muhammad Haji Salleh is a colourful poem that reflects on the diversity of the Malaysians. The whole poem celebrates Malaysian life in 3 ways: i. nature ii. culture iii. food Overall, the twelve stanza poem is a poem of...
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  • Analyse of “the Darkling Thrush”
    . A tired old man leans over a coppice gate in a desolate area, seeing ghosts of the past and little hope in the future. This poem has 4 stanzas, each with 8 lines. This is what we call an octave. The lines changes between having 4 and 3 stressed syllables in them, which is called tetrameter (4...
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