What is an example of cacophony in the poem "The Song my Paddle Sings" By Pauline Johnson?
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Well, a cacophony is a loud and/or harsh sound - so something that is probably unpleasant to hear, such as a bunch of pots and pans falling to the ground. I would say lines 34-38, describing the sounds of the rapids, are a good example of this; more specifically line 37 - "with a mighty crash".
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