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.... is happening to him. In the second stanza the speaker talks of a service that was being delivered. This service might suggest a ....
emily dickinson (924 4 )
.... possible world. In stanza three the speaker is preparing for a journey into an afterlife that may lie ahead. Dickinson writes, "I ....
Pablo Neruda (858 3 )
.... Then, near the middle of the second stanza the speaker changes his way of living. .... In the last stanza the speaker becomes this poetry. ....
Ode on a Grecian Urn (1315 5 )
.... In the final stanza, the speaker once again speaks to the urn, quoting that it, like eternity, "doth tease us out of thought." He begins to think that when his ....
On Reading Poems to A Senior C (965 4 )
.... In the third stanza the speaker uses a metaphor, an overstatement, and a simile, to describe the change of mood and situation. At ....
The Choices of Life (1034 4 )
.... best decision. In the second stanza, the speaker makes his decision as to which path he will take, in the first two lines. He has ....
A validiction forbidding mourning (824 3 )
.... separation caused by death. In the second stanza the speaker furthers his comparison for a peaceful separation. "So let us melt, and ....
English Commentary on Antjie Krog (1308 5 )
.... 1, the speakers main topic is the bay; in stanza 2, the speaker is talking about the mountain named "Lion"tms head"tm; in stanza 3 the speaker is imagining ....
Regarding Consciousness: Keats Is Fully Awake (652 3 )
.... life. At the end of the last stanza, the speaker asks, "Was it a vision or a waking dream/ Do I wake or sleep?" (79-80). These are ....
The man he killed (1032 4 )
.... In the first stanza the speaker says, "Had he and I but met / By some old ancient inn, / We should have sat us down to wet / Right many a nipperkin," (1-4). ....
Ode on a Grecian Urn (1037 4 )
.... never canst thou kiss" ). The third stanza finds the speaker describing the trees surrounding the lovers. Again the speaker refers ....
I Felt A Funeral In My Brain (1070 4 )
.... During the duration of the fourth stanza, the speaker now hears voices calling to him. This is where the switch from life to death occurs. ....
Woodchucks (855 3 )
.... tms effectiveness. The first stanza begins with the speaker describing their failed attempt at eliminating the pests. The first ....
Frost at Midnight (816 3 )
.... In the second stanza, the speaker recollects his past when he was younger and away in school. Similar to him watching the fluttering ....
My View of Keatsâs intentions in âOde to a ... (809 3 )
.... embodies. The fifth stanza takes on a darker tone, as the speaker is now blind to the flowers that were previously all around him. In ....
None_Provided (1678 7 )
.... At the end of the first stanza, the speaker again talks about the wind, as a celestial being when he describes the wind as a "Wild Spirit" and says this spirit ....
fearvsjustice (708 3 )
.... This is obvious in the first line of this stanza when the speaker says "He has access to the machinery that could get you put away.(26)" The woman wouldn"tmt ....
Emily Dickinson (567 2 )
.... In the third stanza, the speaker sais, "I willed my keepsakes, signed away what portion of me I could make assignable," this could speak of the will that the ....
The Paradoxes of Romanticism (938 4 )
.... 46). In the next stanza the speaker looks at another frozen scene on the urn: a man playing a pipe, lying with his lover. This scene ....
To an Athlete Dying Young (863 3 )
.... In the first stanza, the poem starts by the speaker reflecting on the time the champion runner won the town race, and he was greatly celebrated and carried ....
Ode on a melancholy (1206 5 )
.... In the last two lines of the stanza the speaker specifies the consequences of seeking escape from pain, the "drowning"tm of the soul or consciousness. ....
robert frost (984 4 )
.... undeterminable futures. By the end of the second stanza, the speaker still has not made a choice about which path to take. The third ....
poetry analysis1 (868 3 )
.... At the point where Donne begins a new stanza, the speaker has moved beyond talking of the flea as their union and has begun to build an entire world within the ....
Imagination in Percey Shelley Ode to West Wind (1513 6 )
.... expression. In the first stanza, the speaker expresses the domain of the West Wind, and characterizes the effect of it on the land. It ....
The Planned Event (623 2 )
.... first stanza. The start of the second stanza displays the speaker"tms attitude of uncertainty through an ordinary event. As the ....
Heart disease (689 3 )
.... him). In the concluding stanza, the speaker"tms wrath blooms into full view. The foe has is killed, though the way is not clear. ....
A Brief Escape From Puritan Society (514 2 )
.... In the second stanza the speaker begins to directly talk about the wasp. "A nimble Spirit bravely mind / Her work in every limb" (Taylor ll. ....
"London" by William Faulkner (1424 6 )
.... the features of weakness, sorrow, and grief, in the people he passes, the speaker digs deeper into the issues of these people in the second stanza. ....
Which way to go? (1067 4 )
.... In the third stanza the speaker says that, "And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black," which I take to mean that the few people ....
The Sunne Rising (1823 7 )
.... unrealistic. In the third stanza the speaker states "She"tmis all States, and all Princes, I, nothing else is"tm (Leonard 1998:463). He ....
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