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a Comparative Poetry Matrix explains various pieces using details. Fill in the matrix below for the three short poems Poem One: The Tyger by William...

a Comparative Poetry Matrix explains various pieces using details.

Fill in the matrix below for the three short poems
Poem One:
The Tyger by William Blake Poem Two:
Revenge of the Ex-Mistress by Marry Karr Poem Three:
I heard a Fly buzz-when I died by Emily Dickenson
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Irony
Simile
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