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    Great Earth Poem Analysis

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    love that exists within each past and direct experience. For instance, in Lee’s poem, the speaker initiates his father’s tenderness and love in removing the frightful “splinter” without integrating more pain into his palm and ending his last line with his beloved father. Thus, emotions aren’t revealed in their…

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    Ralph Elegy Poem Analysis

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    a strong run followed by a smoother one. 2. It is strange that this poem addresses a “you”? Is this “you” the audience? Or, do you think the speaker’s audience is wider? If the audience is wider, who is the audience or reader? - I think that the speaker is referring to all of us in general. The audience is every person who has achieved something gigantic in his life. The feeling that he has earned that prize is the acknowledgement that they get. I think that is better to die and leave ours…

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    “Never Shall I Forget,” by Elie Wiesel is a poem of a passage in Night, that deals with the Holocaust which had occurred during the time of World War 2. The Holocaust is a very delicate matter and Elie Wiesel handles it in a way where he describes and shows the horrors committed by the Nazi’s of Germany. This poem, “Never Shall I Forget,” is written in the first person in which it illustrates the horrible events and tragic effects of the concentration camps where Elie Wiesel and his family were…

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    Last week, I attend Grace College chapel. In order further my communication skills I analyzed the audience and speaker at this chapel. Caleb Yoder was speaking. The first thing I analyzed was the demographic factors of the audience. Chapel is made up college students typically from the age seventeen to twenty-four. The school is made up of about sixty-five percent female and thirty-five male. Grace College is a christian school that has its roots in the Grace Brethren denomination; however, the…

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    threat of an enemy plane dropping bombs from the sky may invade his consciousness, replacing otherwise harmless sights with a living nightmare The speaker is incapable of forgetting his war experience and losing the history of the war. As a survivor, his duty is to pass on his memories to others so that they may know what war is really like. The speaker is finally relieved of his isolation…

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    congress cataloging in publication data. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore and London. 1979. (66) I should like to offer two conventional paraphrases of the poem, which I shall then suggest are inadequate. In the first, picked up by God, the speaker becomes His marksman: the mountains resound with the echoes of her shots; those bursts of gunfire are as “cordial” as the eruption of a volcano; with the threat of more gunfire, she guards him at night, imagining her power to be total.…

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    in nature and reconnect with his primal self. The setting follows the speaker in pursuit of a bear in the wild during the winter. He is acting as a hunter and his obsession with the bear develops the elaborate overarching metaphor…

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    Although people are at liberty to say what they want, they do not to prevent harming their loved ones. This common dilemma comes to light in the poem “Legacies” by Nikki Giovanni. On one hand, some may argue that people should always speak the truth of how they feel or think to their loved ones. One the other hand, others might say that at times people should not say exactly what they think and speak to their loved ones. In her poem, “Legacies”, Nikki Giovanni maintains that “neither of them…

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    “I like you like boys and testicles love to hang”, dont you just wish someone liked you the way that testicles hang. In the poem “like”, the author Mike McGee,conveys unconditional love through the use of simile, Aphorisms and repetition. aphorisms demonstrates how he feels for this girl. Wearese , The similes captures how he really feels for the girl. And repetition illustrates the real love for her. Although repetition is a comedic,the universal truth is most humorously expressed with…

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    Close Reading

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    Minnesota, James Wright’s speaker appreciatively bears witness to the sights and sounds of nature. After several seemingly small, insignificant natural wonders have been noted, the speaker abruptly brings the pastoral to a close with the stark line, “I have wasted my life.” The afternoon may just as well have been his life and with the sarcastic closing line of his poem he laughs at the absurd misconception of the life of a poet. Despite the presence of the speaker in the hammock, the poem…

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