Identify five different poetic devices in Thomas Hardy's poem "The Voice." Poetic devices like personification, metaphor, rhyme scheme in "The voice" by Thomas Hardy.
The meter of Thomas Hardy's rather haunting four stanza quatrain poem "The Voice" is built around the phrases "call to me" and "all to me" and the words "listlessness" and "wistlessness," and has the abab cdcd efef ghgh rhyme scheme that is usual for a quatrain. The meter undergoes a change at line 12: "Heard no more again far or near?," with this and the following four lines built around "no more / again" and "woman / calling."
The meter starts out with the...
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