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American History

 

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Kristen N

 

Date added:

April 24, 2014

 

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University

 

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B

 

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4 / 975

 

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The poet shows what tense this sections is set in by his word choice of words like “distresses” and “stands”. In this section the poet is observing the horses and thinking through the situation they find themselves in and wondering how they came to be like this. Larkin’s use of word choice is very important when creating this passage of time in the first stanza: “…the cold shade they shelter in, Till wind distresses tail and mane…” These two lines make the mood of the first section sad; making the horses seem miserable this also makes you think about the horses possibly not being looked after properly and just living a horrible Inexistence...
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Larkin’s use of word choice is very important when creating this passage of time in the first stanza: “…the cold shade they shelter in, Till wind distresses tail and mane…” These two lines make the mood of the first section sad; making the horses seem miserable this also makes you think about the horses possibly not being looked after properly and just living a horrible Inexistence...
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