"old age sticks" by E.E. Cummings analysis
Old Age Sticks Analysis
In "Old Age Sticks" by E.E. Cummings, Cummings uses a change from normal formatting to an odd, separated format. This allows the reader to see the multiple meanings of each line.
Line two says "Up keep". This is saying that the old take care of the youth. But lines 2-4 combined say "..Keep off signs". This shows how old people are forbidding youth. Line 5 says "youth yanks them". This is saying that youth doesn't respect the old. But this line is also used in combination with line 6 saying "youth yanks them down", saying that youth just rips the old people's signs…
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