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Issue:

Poetry & Poets

 

Written by:

Kevin C

 

Date added:

February 9, 2016

 

Level:

University

 

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A

 

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2 / 348

 

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The first quatrain describes the author's strong friendship with her books, using words like "Silent companions" and "friends". In the second quatrain something seems to have disturbed the poet and she seems to seek comfort in her books in order to forget her "worldly cares". The third quatrain expresses the poet's familiarity with her books, how she can relate to them, and uses words like "the audible echo of my own", and "My native language", to emphasise these points...
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The third quatrain expresses the poet's familiarity with her books, how she can relate to them, and uses words like "the audible echo of my own", and "My native language", to emphasise these points. During the final couplet the poet concludes the sonnet by refering to her books, "unripe musings". The poem uses a typical rhyme pattern of ABAB CDCD EFEF GG, a structure which is used in many other sonnets, and works in a subtle yet effective way, especially when read aloud, contributing to the atmosphere and reader's interest...
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