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Convergence Of the Twain Essay hardy
The destined tragedy of the glorious, unsinkable Titanic has struck wonder and emotion in the hearts and minds of people far and wide. "The Convergence of the Twain" by Thomas Hardy, captures this emotion through the use of poetic devices. The speaker conveys his attitude toward the sinking of the ship using a unique illustrative technique in his writing.
As opposed to simply conveying his attitude through description in a straightforward manner it is depicted to the reader using diction, imagery, irony, and comparisons. For example, "In a solitude of the sea deep from human vanity" makes…
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