Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll is quite the story of a hero. It is the story of Alice ;she reads it as the speaker in “Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There.” Even though Alice is the speaker, she is interrupted by the father of the person going to slay the Jabberwock in the second and sixth stanzas. The audience, in this case, is whoever is listening to or reading the poem. The tone of this poem, at The Use Of Imagenation In Jabberwocky
English 102 Brandon Gramer February 2, 2000 The Use of Imagination in Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky In Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky the use of imagination is a must. Carroll makes ... first read, is probably just a bunch of nonsensical words put together to make a rhyming poem. After reading it and understanding it though, the tone of this poem starts out slightly ominous, as the speaker is explaining how the Jabberwock has “jaws that bite, … claws that catch.” After that, in the third, fourth, and fifth stanzas, it gets more intense, as it shows the slaying of the Jabberwock and the process leading up to it. After that, in Lewis Carroll
Lewis Carroll is one of the most well known Nonsense Writers. Though using nonsense in poetry has been dismissed as simply "for entertainment purposes", most nonsensical poetry acts as an ... the sixth stanza, the tone becomes a lot more triumphant, as the speaker states that it is a “frabjous day.” The rhetorical situation, or what’s going on, in this poem is basically a hero’s quest. It gives the setting, and then some background information about the Jabberwock. After that, it tells of the person slaying the Jabberwock, as well as the preceding events. Finally, it repeats the first stanza with the setting, saying that what was going on wasn’t much Charles Lutwidge Dodgson - Lewis Carroll
English 265 – ;Modern Poetry Poet: Lewis Carroll Term Paper Charles Lutwidge Dodgson was born on the 27th of January in the year of 1832 and died on the 14th ... different than before. Overall,...
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