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Why Was the Author’s Mother Insistent on the Author’s Going to School the Very Next Day of the Fire Mishap?

I think the author’s mother was insistent on the author’s going to school the very next day of the fire mishap because life had taught her that it goes on no matter whatever happens. Since life had not stopped even after her husband’s death and that she had come to terms with it, she knew …

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What Literary Terms are Used in ‘I Hear America Singing’ by Walt Whitman?

Literary terms used in I Hear America Singing by Walt Whitmam include rhythm, synecdoche, metaphor, repetition, and imagery. Rhyme Scheme – There is no rhyme scheme. Whitman is the father of free verse. Rhythm and Meter– There is no metrical pattern. He does use repetition, however, to create rhythm. Synecdoche – Of all the “I …

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How Does the Environmentalist’s Dictum Lose Its Credibility, According to Baldoon Dhingra?

Baldoon Dhingra’s poem “Factories are Eye Sores” reveals the ambivalent attitude of the poet towards nature and technological development. The poet at once agrees and disagrees with those conscious of the beauty of the landscape. It appears, his effort is to create for himself the image of a nature lover for which he makes use …

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