test1 - "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" - Robert...

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Whose woods these are <caesura> I think I know Tetrameter New england “sweep of the wind. .” = onomatopoeia Those woods are lovely, dark and deep The philosophic sense of the poem occurs in the last lines New hampshire Narrative English sonnet. 16 lines, 4 rhyme words Formal verse "The Snow Man" - Wallace Stevens 1923 January Enjambment Free verse Speaker in poem becomes snow man New england "My Papa's Waltz" - Theodore Roethke Trimeter Irony Resembles a polka Poem is from a child’s perspective Formal verse "Those Winter Sundays" - Robert Hayden First sentence exhibits enjambment Free verse "A Noiseless Patient Spider" - Walt Whitman Free verse "Design" - Robert Frost Dominant rhyme word is “white” Combination of Italian and English sonnet Fat, dimpled spider 14 lines, 3 rhyme words Formal verse "Gli Occhi Di Ch' Io Parlai" - Petrarch
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course ENGL 493 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.

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