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What is the mood of charles' causleys poem "timothy winters"
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The tone of this poem would change twice in the poem. at the beginning, the poem would have a humourous tone due to the over exaggeration of the boy's physical features. "with eyes as wide as a football pool......"
later on, it takes on a more depressing tone as the author reveals the situation the boy is in.
most readers will symphathise with timothy at the end of the poem due to his selflessness.
Posted by pencilman on October 4, 2012 at 9:00 AM (Answer #1)
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