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Analysis of “The Stranger” by Rudyard Kipling Identify each of these elements of the poem. 1) Number of stanzas: there are five six line stanzas, and they are known as sestets. 2) Refrains or other forms of word repetition used in the poem:”the stranger within my gate” and “reasons sway his mood.” 3) Rhyme scheme: is A-B-C-B-D-B 4) Meter: trochaic trimeter *If you need help with meter, go to: 5) Example of alliteration or assonance: Alliteration: “Bitter bad they may be” Assonance: “The men of my own stock, They may do ill or well”