Title: ALMOST THERE AND BACK AGAIN, author: Scott Lewis, subject: analysis of "The Prelude" by William Wordsworth
In the poem "The Prelude" by William Wordsworth, the speaker talks about an experience in the woods. He finds a boat, paddles out, but turns back when he sees a rock looming over him. The speaker uses devices such as diction, imagery, and tone to convey a sense of pleasure at the beginning and one of fear towards the end.
Diction plays an important role in conveying the senses of pleasure in the beginning and fear towards the end. Some phrases with a positive connotation used to describe a pleasurable experience in the first part of the poem are "glittering", "proud", and "lustily". Th…
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