In "Street Cries" by Sarojini Naidu, why did the poet use the phrase "singing street"?
The street in the poem is described with a different epithet at the end of each stanza. It is first "eager," then "panting," and finally "singing." In the first stanza, at dawn, it is both the fasting men and the bakers (or bread vendors) who are eager. At noon, everyone on the street is panting in...
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