Poetry analysis: "America" by Tony Hoagland.
Throughout life human beings usually find messages underneath the surface, which cannot be seen by the naked eye. In literature this is sometimes done through the use of metaphors by using specific words when relating two inanimate objects. A writer might use metaphors in order to hide these messages and not be completely obvious. In the poem "America", by Tony Hoagland, specific diction is used in metaphors in order to expose corruption in American society.
The poem begins with a " student" (1) symbolizing the innocence of the person being corrupted such as our youth. By using the wor…
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