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those winter sundays by robert hayden

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those winter sundays by robert hayden

"Those winter Sundays" by Robert Hayden

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Hi writer this my professor instruction about this work,and you will see the text on uploaded file.4 Read the “Annotating Poetry Example” to prepare you for your first poetry analysis 5. In the “Intro to Poetry Analysis - BASIC” assignment, please read the “Intro to Poetry Analysis Poems” and using the corresponding “Poetry Note Tracking - BASIC” sheet, complete an analysis of EACH of the three poems by identifying as many terms on the tracker as possible. Poems: -”Those Winter Sundays” - Robert Hayden - “the mother” - Gwendolyn Brooks - “To His Coy Mistress” - Andrew Marvell Hints for success: * Be sure to PRINT each poem. * Be sure to WRITE on (annotate) each poem just as you reviewed in the “Annotating Poetry Example” handout: this step will make a crucial difference in your ability to succeed in this unit. * Be sure to use a separate note tracking sheet for EACH poem. * Please submit your note tracking sheets for this assignment as a SINGLE WORD document.
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Poem Title:_Those winter Sundays by Robert Hayden. Theme: Ingratitude. This is evidenced by a phrase in the last sentence of the leading paragraph stating that nobody was thankful about the father`s efforts. Speaker: The son of the character branded “father” in the poem. This is because he calls him “my father” and considered a son because he talks of polishing shoes. Narrative & Lyrical: Explained in past tense of a story that happened. The father would get up early on cold Sundays to make the banked fires blaze. Tone: Awful sympathy Diction (denotation & connotation): Blueback cold, cracked hands, cold splintering, breaking. . Imagery & Image patterns: chronic angers, Figures of Speech (metaphor, simile, & hyperbole): Fearing the chronic angers of that house, Breaking and splintering cold. Symbol: ached and cracked hands represents struggle in hardships, fire blazes symbolizes warmth. PoemTitle:_...

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