Analysis of the poem Tenement Room: Chicago
The poem "Tenement Room: Chicago" is simply about the same thing as its title says, a tenement room in Chicago. To show the mood of the room the poet uses imagery. When the poet uses imagery, he uses words to create mental images using the five senses of seeing, smelling, hearing, tasting, and touching. The poet here tries to show how the room and everything in it is broken, beaten, and old with visual imagery. In the second stanza the port goes on, object after object, describing each. In verses 11 through 17, he describes these objects.
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