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"The Tyger" and "The Lamb" TWIST Comparison
Posodobljeno: 6/26/2019
"The Tyger" and "The Lamb" TWIST Comparison
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Juxtaposition in Literature

Soočenja

Anna Warfield

Soočenja je literarni izraz, ki opisuje postavitev stvari v bližini drug drugega. V "stvari", bi lahko ljudje, kraji, ideje, predmeti, razpoloženja, motivi, čustva, itd soočenja kot literarni element dosežemo z dajanjem dveh (ali več) "stvari" v bližini drug drugega. Podobno kot razvrstitev v znanosti, in primerjanja in kontrastne, pri dajanju dveh objektov eden poleg drugega, podobnosti in razlike so običajno opazen takoj. Manj enako dva, večje nasprotje, in lažje je na kraju samem kontrastov.




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Snemalna Knjiga Opis

Poem analysis: The Tyger and The Lamb TWIST Comparison - Juxtaposition

Snemalna Knjiga Besedilo

  • "The Tyger"
  • T - Tone
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  • W - Word Choice
  • I - Imagery
  • S - Style
  • Who made you?
  • Who made you?
  • Who made you?
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  • T - Theme
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  • Awed and fearful: The speaker finds the tiger and its creator terrifying, but he is also impressed by their power
  • fearful, fire, dare, twist, dread, terrors, spears, tears
  • "Tyger Tyger, burning bright, / In the forests of the night..."
  • The poem is a series of repeated questions posed in six regular stanzas. The questions intensify the emotion of the poem, but remain unanswered at the end of the poem.
  • Who made me?
  • Who made you?
  • The inability to answer the speaker's question leads to a theme about humanity's inability to understand the origins of evil in our world.
  • "The Lamb"
  • Cheerful and comforting: The speaker describes the lamb's idyllic life and is confident that God is caring for the lamb
  • lamb, delight, softest, bright, tender, rejoice, meek, mild, child, bless
  • "Little Lamb...bid thee feed / By the stream and o'er the mead..."
  • The poem contains two stanzas with simple language and short syllables. The first stanza asks a question and the second stanza answers it.
  • Oh, God did. Got it.
  • The poem's comforting words send a message that God loves and cares for all his creatures.

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