Both writers put their personal lives into their writing. The main reason for selecting these works is that, both these literary works are focused on the same theme and idea. They both have a deeper meaning underneath of the words and are condensed but still tell so much in the story. By the way they are described it attracts our attention toward the understanding of content, form and style of the two. Comparing these two literary works I will emphasize on what is similar in them.
Literature connects people to the world around them with word play. This is meant to ignite the imagination, whether it is through poetry, short stories, or even drama. There are certain concepts one should understand in order to interrupt the various works. The idea is to read a story or poem and gain an understanding of what the author is stating. Reading material should move you in one way or another, whether it is to love or hate.
The extended metaphors used by Anne Bradstreet and Robert Frost are inferred by continual metaphors within their poems. The poem “The Author to Her Book” by Bradstreet and Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” are comparable extended metaphors with similarities between the authors and the speakers. While Bradstreet viewed her works of art with flaws as a child, Frost used “diverged” roads to relate to choices in life. These poems share a similar idea that their themes deal with the lives’ of the speakers. In each poem the author and speaker are comparable through their extended metaphors, different styles of tone, and additional literary devices.
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Literary devices are useful for giving stories many unexpected twins and turns, makes people imagine what the view looks like, and helps reveal a hidden meaning. In “The Story of An Hour” by Kate Chopin, she uses many different literary words to be more descriptive. There are many stories that always use literary devices. They are used to help add more character to the story being written. It could have more than one term throughout the whole passage as long as it helps give its meaning.
The pauses helps the reader understand what is happening in the poem, such as understanding how the narrator is feeling towards the diverge roads. This poetic craft element helps represents the true meaning of the question of “what a poem, a poem?” And with that the element of caesura is a perfect example of that. In conclusion the poem “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost has many poetic craft elements that helps the audience clarify that poem. With the question “What makes a poem, a poem?” Well the elements in Robert’s poems helps answer this question, the poetic elements helps us understand the overall meaning in the poem. Such as the contribution of Robert’s poem.
Poetry is an aesthetic form of literature that enriches and enhances the meaning of writing. In poetry, there is often analytical discussion about what the author’s meaning and purpose for his or her writing. To fully understand the text, it is often helpful to read another poem of a similar theme. This is can be seen when reading Robert Frost 's "Desert Places" (759) and Emily Dickinson 's "I felt a Funeral, in my Brain" (726) together. The two poems use setting to define the theme of isolation but differ in the type of isolation featured.
I was surprised to find that I could use so many of the techniques that poets use in writing my own essays. For example, by choosing certain words, I can set the tone for the essay and demonstrate certain attitudes. Also, I can take advantage of several technical methods, such as abstractions, assonance, and figures of speech to make an essay more interesting. Further, I think it is important to try and understand the poets meaning behind their word choice. After analyzing the poems of John Donne, Anne Bradstreet, and Robert Frost, I will discuss how I think certain elements can be used in my own writing.
), but the bird only answers “Nevermore” to each and every question asked. The Raven is most likely one of Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous work, and arguably, one of the most known in American literature throughout the globe. It has a very intricate and organized rhyme pattern, not just at the ends of the lines but throughout each and every stanza. The way it is set up makes the words roll of the tongue in a very pleasing flow. A perfect example to showcase this may be the first