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Define the meter of Provide, Provide

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1. Define the meter of “Provide, Provide” and comment on why Frost might have chosen such a jingly rhythmical pattern. 2. What are the most important symbolic associations of the color green in Dylan Thomas’s “Fern Hill”? 3. Identify the metaphors and the similes in Earle Birney’s poem “From the Hazel Bough.” Is his use of the metaphors different from his use of the similes? 4. In “love is more thicker than forget” e.e. cummings uses alliteration, assonance and consonance. Id...

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How does Constance use Desdemona and Juliet for the alchemical process of turning base metals into gold. Discuss with specific references to the play

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Constance turns “base metals into gold” by illustrating how these supposed tragedies can be seen as comedies. The “base metals” are the original plays as written, studied, and viewed for centuries. The “gold” is each play with revised plot action due to the intervention of a Wise Fool—Constance herself—that reveals comedies of error, mistaken identity, and fluidity of gender roles.

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The rhyme pattern in T. S. Eliot’s Preludes

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1. The rhyme pattern in T. S. Eliot’s "Preludes" (Geddes, 95) is a sophisticated and modern variation on an old form. Identify the rhyme pattern in the first stanza and discuss what Eliot might have been trying to do in using this pattern. 2. After reviewing the entry on rhyme in Abrams’s Glossary, identify three different types of end-rhyme in Theodore Roethke’s "Prayer" (Geddes, 188). What effects do the rhymes produce? 3. What is the chief symbol in Lorna Crozier’s poem "Forms of...

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In Act II, scene ii, MacDonald’s Iago enters carrying two buckets of filth. Discuss the dramatic and thematic purposes of this device

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In Act II, scene ii, MacDonald’s Iago enters carrying two buckets of filth. Discuss the dramatic and thematic purposes of this device

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