Mood: Excitement to horror
Theme: Death and fear are more prevalent in life than that of joy and excitement
Structure: Uses repetition of the word “bells” while also rhyming with words such as “sprinkle”, “twinkle”, and “tinkle.” Ordered by the mood and tone, going from excitement to joy to terror and finally death.
Meaning: Many different meanings can be inferred from Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Bells.” The meaning we took from is was that Poe is trying to show the cycle of emotions that persist throughout your life. As the tone and the mood are changing it may sink up to how it would in real life, going from excitement of the world to joy but the finally ending up in fear and