In the poem "She Walks in Beauty," identify some poetry devices, such as alliteration, hyperbole,...
The speaker uses a simile in the first stanza of the poem. He writes:
She walks in beauty, like the night
This simile begins a comparison of a woman's beauty and a starry night. It evokes both calm and awe.
The dark-light imagery continues in the second stanza in lines 7 and 9-10.:
One shade the more, the one ray the less
Which raves in every raven tress/ or softly lightens o'er her face:
In addition, the speaker uses alliteration in line two, repeating the "C" or "K"...
I need a thesis statement for "She Walks in Beauty" by Lord Byron.
The poem, "She Walks in Beauty," by Lord Byron praises the beautiful woman that is the subject of the poem. It is believed that Byron himself may be the narrator, and that he is writing about his cousin by marriage, who is dressed in mourning.
The woman is beautiful, like a cloudless night filled with stars, and a rival to the beauty of the day, which seems gaudy when compared to her. She is graceful, too. Byron makes note of the "raven tresses" that frame her face. He also describes that her...