Tuesday, October 30, 2012

main claims

"This is Just to Say" by William Carlos Williams is written as an apology note in which the speaker compares the “so sweet and so cold” plums in the icebox to her life being good and bad, sweet and cold.

E.e. cummings' poem “[l(a]” is a work of art showing that a leaf ‘s fall is proportional to loneliness because it shows the death of the leaf, the coming to end of a season, and the arrival of evident change.

Ezra Pound's short and precisely written poem, “In a Station of the Metro”, shows the difference between beauty and ugliness by contrasting innocent petals with a dark ground as well as stunning humans in an unpleasant crowd.

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