Comparison Of Love Poems: "The Telephone" and "Marianna" from Touched with Fire
In the poems 'The Telephone' by Robert Frost and 'Mariana' by Lord Alfred Tennyson, there are a large variety of methods and effects. These methods and effects will be compared. Such effects include; repetition through stanza's, rhyme scheme's, and the choice of words by the poet to add to the feeling and pace of the poem.
In the poem 'Mariana' the author, Lord Alfred Tennyson, uses repetition of the phrase "I am aweary aweary, I would that I were dead!" He uses the repetition of this phrase to show how boring and repetitive her life is, every day being the same living in a grange. …
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