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    The three central points that are crucial to understand in this poem are firstly, the attitude of the man to nature; secondly, the way nature is presented; and lastly, the impact of this on the man...

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    Earle Birney's "Bushed" contains many different figures of speech (or poetic/literary devices). In regard to lines 23 and 24, one can identify personification, alliteration, and imagery....

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    Earle Birney's poem "Bushed" contains many different, yet intertwined, meanings. What one should always do first, when examining a literary piece, is examine the title. "Bushed" can mean a few...

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    Various aspects of the structure of Earle Birney’s poem “Bushed” seem relevant to its meaning. These aspects include the following: The total absence of punctuation. The lack of punctuation...

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    The line in question, from Earle Birney's poem "Bushed," is "yet he built a shack on the shore." With each of the sites I visited, the line is the first line of the second stanza. Based upon your...

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    Basically this is a poem of a man who chooses to live a solitary life somewhere, connected to nature and disconnected from other humans. At first, he is full of ambition and strength: At first he...

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