In "Those Winter Sundays" by Sheffey, how does the speaker convey his feelings so powerfully to the reader?
In "Those Winter Sundays," the poet, Robert Hayden , conveys his meaning to the reader using various devices. For example, he uses auditory images, such as the "the cold splintering, breaking." The auditory details capture the sound of the fire and emphasize the way the fire that the father...
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