Childhood

Poem analysis

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  • Created by: Frankie97
  • Created on: 28-12-13 13:00
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  • Childhood
    • Structure
      • 4 Stranzas
      • Unrhyming couplets
        • "magic, awe; pleasures, memories"
      • Punctuation
        • . , ;
      • Regular lay-out
        • 4 stranzas + 4 lines
      • Enjambement
        • "All too soon was childhood ended Save fo memories"
      • Repetition
        • "memories"
    • Imagery
      • Comparisons
        • "Blissful rounds of mirth and magic,... Now but memories
      • Metonymies
        • "Years of innocence and awe"
      • Image
        • "Relics from that world of wonders,"
      • Figurative language
        • "Ever faster sped the days; All too soon was childhood ended Save for memories."
      • Personifications
        • "Swiftly flew the fragrant hours,"
    • Language
      • Alliteration
        • "mirth and magic"
      • Ambiguity
        • "Vivid stay those absent scenes;"
      • Jargon
        • "years; childhood; memories"
      • Contradictory
        • "Vivid stay those abscent scenes; Relics from that world of wonder,"
      • Hyperbole
        • Swiftly flew the fragrant hours, Ever faster sped the days;"
      • Emotive language
        • "Blissful; magic; mirth , innoncence..."
    • Effect
      • Symbol
        • Memories
      • Atmosphere
        • Magical
      • Empathetic
      • Biased
        • Baker's point of view
    • Meaning
      • Subjective
      • Biased
        • Baker's point of view
      • View point
        • Baker's
      • Childhood
        • Magical + too too fast
        • Wonderful
    • Tone
      • Joyful
      • Reminecent
      • Narrator
        • Author

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