Poetry Analysis Essay
Bitter Fruit of the Tree by Sterling A. Brown
Thesis Statement: In consequences of race’s discrimination, few generations of one family lived through violence, pressure and suffer and family could not do anything, just not to be bitter.
II. Main Body
1. The rhythm and rhyme of the poem is first example of accent on negative relation of the author to the violence.
2. The imagery is a perfect way to transfer from current time to the poem’s events.
3. The sensory language is a key to encourage the feelings.
The one thing that family could respond to all negative attitudes toward them was bitterness and even this was prohibited.
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The sensory language is a key to encourage the feelings. The usage of the words from example above is also shows the sensory language, which used in the poem. Having the swamplands in the imagination is giving not only a picture of it, but also makes us feel disgusting smell of it. The blood is known view for the person, so it is easy to see, how bloody the character was. Another good example is a phrase “weatherstripped a house”. The reader is able to feel the warm that the character could not feel and could not make in his own home. Again we feel sorry for the character and understand the powerless of the father.
The one thing that family could respond to all negative attitudes toward them was bitterness and even this was prohibited. The authors described the time of slavery and transfer the feelings of the characters by using literature techniques. Nowadays, we do not have slavery, but still we have poor and rich families. The poem’s