Unformatted text preview: 1 . I would say the poem " Richard Cory "
is amarable poem because it explains how
peopled viewed Richard Cory , but goes on to
explain what Richard cory did one summer
2 . I would say the point of view of this
poem is from someone viewing Richard Cory,
whether It be on the street or from afar or even
far enough as to have known him personally
and just telling how people saw him .
4. In this poem , there are four stanzas with
four lines in each stanza .
5 . The poem has an " ABAB" rhyme scheme
pattern , in which the last word on the first
and third lines rhyme and the last word on
the second and forth tines rhyme .
4. I would say the setting of the poem
would be the town where Richard Cary lived
and / or was just walking the street.
7. This poem follows the ABAB rhyme scheme
8 . Sight Rhymes talked walkedl liger
Internal Rhyme : none
Repetition : 3rd Stanza " and he was rich - yes , richer than
And he was ... " throughout poem a king"...
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- Fall '19
- Rhyme scheme, amarable poem