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  • Line 41 The Speaker's Voice Changes
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    Poets use imagery to convey meaning, feelings, and emotions. The contemporary poet best know for his use of imagery is Robert Frost. The Road Not Taken, opened the eyes of poetic readers and critics to Frost's artistic creations. He uses forms of language such as diction and syntax to capture and move the reader. When read literally Robert Frost's Birches is the speakers observations of the birch trees in a calm New England setting. The speaker sees the permanent bend of the trees from frequent ...
  • Feeling The Persona
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    Sky-high is a text in which the composer is presenting the concept of time on an intellectual and sophisticated level. The composer's purpose throughout the text is to demonstrate how time is a medium for change and changing perspective. The composer has achieved this by using a central image, that is, the clothesline, as a constant throughout the text. The text then describes how one person's perspective on this central image has been altered and changed as time has passed, time being the initi...
  • Dying Leaves
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    An Analysis of Neutral Tones by Thomas Hardy "We stood by a pond that winter day", (1) This line indicates a still quietness, with lack of the movement of life. There is a vast difference in appearance and movement around a pond in winter and a pond in the midst of summer. This indicates no leaves, and no visible signs of life. The poet is painting a stark and lifeless scene. "And the sun was white, as though chidden of God", (2) This is indicative of the modernist approach to light as being too...
  • Silverstein's Editor Robert Warren
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    Two of Silverstein's books revolve around simply drawn geometric shapes which critics feel sensitively represent human emotion. Widely accepted as parables of adaptation and growth, The Missing Piece and The Missing Piece Meets the Big O probe the quest for fulfillment in relationships. In the first book, a circle minus a pie-shaped wedge rolls along looking for its lost piece only to discover that it isn't needed, while in the sequel the pie-shaped wedge finds that it, too, can get along on its...
  • Leaf
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    "Karen!" , she called, "what am I going to write my essay on!" I looked up to see Abby, my animated friend. I felt the corners of the mouth curl up into the familiar smile as she ran toward me and pressed a leaf into my palm. I looked at it for a moment before giving her a quizzical glance. "I picked it for some inspiration but it isn't helping", she said with a huff and a slight frown. I looked down at the crumpled foliage in my hand and turned it round in my fingers. It's fascinating how every...

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