A comparison of Heaney "Death of a Naturalist" and Larkin "First Sight"
The initial observation is that both poems contain connotations of nature, Death of a Naturalist focuses on frogs and First sight on Lambs. Both contain two stanzas, however the structure is not as standard in Death of a Naturalist as it contains a stanza of 21 lines followed by one of 12 whereas First sight has two stanzas of 7 lines.
There are images of winter and death present in First Sight, "Meet a vast unwelcome, know nothing but a sunless glare". The title itself suggests a tone of unknowing and uneasiness. The animals were used to convey personal experience in a non-literal sen…
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