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"Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" - Robert Frost 1923 1. Whose woods these are <caesura> I think I know 2. Tetrameter 3. New england 4. “sweep of the wind..” = onomatopoeia 5. Those woods are lovely, dark and deep 6. The philosophic sense of the poem occurs in the last lines 7. New hampshire 8. Narrative 9. English sonnet. 16 lines, 4 rhyme words 10. Formal verse "The Snow Man" - Wallace Stevens 1923 11. January 12. Enjambment 13. Free verse 14. Speaker in poem becomes snow man 15. New england "My Papa's Waltz" - Theodore Roethke 16. Trimeter 17. Irony 18. Resembles a polka 19. Poem is from a child’s perspective 20. Formal verse "Those Winter Sundays" - Robert Hayden 21. First sentence exhibits enjambment 22. Free verse "A Noiseless Patient Spider" - Walt Whitman 23. Free verse "Design" - Robert Frost 1. Dominant rhyme word is “white” 2. Combination of Italian and English sonnet 3. Fat, dimpled spider 4. 14 lines, 3 rhyme words 5. Formal verse "Gli Occhi Di Ch' Io Parlai" - Petrarch 6. Italian sonnet 7. Formal verse 8. Objectifies beloved woman in octet 9. After the volta there’s a turn to the self
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