A Golden Day | Study Guide

Paul Laurence Dunbar

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Overview

Author

Paul Laurence Dunbar

Year Published

1905

Type

Poem

Genre

Romance

Perspective and Narrator

"A Golden Day" is written from the first-person point of view.

Tense

"A Golden Day" is written in the past tense.

About the Title

Paul Laurence Dunbar's "A Golden Day" is a love poem where the writer shares his sadness as he reflects on a lost love. He recalls a love that he once had and lost on a spring day.

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