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Mozarmi 1 Sean Mozarmi Mrs. Zwick AP English Literature 25 February 2011 Heath Guide P.667 1. This is a solemn passage, using long vowel sounds like “oo” to emphasize the solemnity. The speaker in the poem is a poor that lives a miserable and secluded life. 2. This is a solemn and meditative passage because of all of the “oo’s.” The ocean the poet describes can represent anything, but most likely it represents a memory. 3. The little vowel sounds here like “i” in clink’d speed up the passage and make it more vibrant than it would be without these clipper vowels. This emphasizes the short-lived fate of the “brittle fleet,” as they vanished almost as quickly as they arrived into the poem. 4. The long vowel sounds of “oo” and “o” in “stoned” serve to give this passage an eerie feeling, as expected from a subject of dogs an d blood. 5. There are a lot of acute vowel sounds here, as well as light, quick vowel sounds. The acute vowel sounds are “fear” and “pierce,” which give the daffodils a sense of fear. It is ironic
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course ENGLISH 1 taught by Professor Zt during the Spring '11 term at Belmont.

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