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what are three features of a lyric poem ? explain how "Song Concerning a Dream of the...
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Are you in the american school? What exam are you on?
They are imagination, emotion and melody.
I'm doing the exam right now and i'm trying to figure out how it uses them.
Posted by vanessa62891 on August 8, 2009 at 3:57 PM (Answer #1)
I'm in American home school too I'm doing exam 2 for American literature.
Posted by niseydoe123 on July 30, 2012 at 5:57 PM (Answer #4)
Imagination, Emotion, and Melody. I'm not going to give you guys the answer, but think about this:
What happens when the clouds gather together? It usually rains. Why didn't they just say that, what did they want to provoke in you? A sense of what?
When they say friends behold, sacred have I been made, What does this do to the poem? Why is it repeated more than once? To give a sense of what?
Why was thunderbird influenced in a sacred manner? How is the word influence usually used in sentences? Which of imagination, melody, or emotion would this likely comply with?
Posted by amberlf on September 10, 2009 at 11:10 PM (Answer #5)
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