Untrodden Preliminary Analysis

Untrodden Preliminary Analysis - 3 The word...

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Untrodden Preliminary Analysis Cameron Palmer Mr Allums B period 1. The narrator was reflecting by himself by a pond in the woods. By himself near the pond he realizes that he can be homosexual. 2. One pattern was the manifesto of the narrator reflecting on his homosexuality. Another pattern is spirituality and his soul. Another pattern is loneliness because the paths were untrodden and nobody else shared his homosexuality like he did.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. The word “publish’d” means that he was announcing his homosexuality to the world. Whitman uses this word twice in this poem to emphasize his ability to announce his homosexuality 4. One theme of the poem is loneliness and another is homosexuality. There is a theme of loneliness because he was alone before this and nobody else felt his homosexuality the same way he did....
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