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Dover Beach is a very 'mood' evoking poem . We are first met with an appreciation for the sea and different emotions that is draws to the observer. However as the poem progresses we are gradually introduced to a large metaphor for love and like the sea is able to evoke many moods , and different emotions , whether prosperous or decayed. The poet describes the emotions with extreme passion and perhaps with slight hysteria. We are given as sense of loss by this hysteria which becomes clearer in the last stanza.
The title of this poem , 'Dover Beach' , really sets the s…
- Dover Beach
- Hope is pathetic. Analysis of poem "Dover Beach" Matthew Arnold
- The Beach
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