Analysis of Coleridge Jackson

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The first stanza utilises facts and figures to amplify the size of Coleridge and the way the reader interprets him, this bulk, the reader would assume, would be used to protect his family, this is shown in the line ''Coleridge Jackson had nothing to fear, he weighed sixty pounds more than his sons and one hundred pounds more than his wife'' this numerical value also gives a clear indication of his size...
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The line ''The gents at the pool room walked gently in his presence'' further enhances this image and shows even the men in his own environment are intimidated by him, the use of this line also gives a feeling of community. Coleridge is portrayed as a stubborn, proud and independent person in the line ''His neighbours knew he would not take tea for the fever'' this shows he dislikes to have to receive help specifically if it is bad, 'fever'...
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