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Phantom Analysis



Author: Poetry of Samuel Taylor Coleridge Type: Poetry Views: 736

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All look and likeness caught from earth

All accident of kin and birth,

Had pass'd away. There was no trace

Of aught on that illumined face,

Uprais'd beneath the rifted stone

But of one spirit all her own ;--

She, she herself, and only she,

Shone through her body visibly.








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Actually, I would count the metre being iambic tetrametre all the way. Don\'t really see how to get a trimetre from a line with eight syllables.. unless you pronounce stuff differently, which is possible in old poems. Thanks for the enjambment note, it may have taken me quite a few minutes to find the correct term for that one as it hasn\'t shown up on our lectures, at least yet.

| Posted on 2011-09-27 | by a guest


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There is an End Rhyme scheme: A, A, B, B, C, C, D, D
There are 2 metaphors (really aren't hard to find)
There are two cases of enjambment (Uprais'd and pass'd)
The first line is a tetrameter
The second line is a trimeter
The third line is a tetrameter
The fourth line is a dimeter
The fifth line is a tetrameter
The sixth line is a tetrameter
and the seventh line is a trimeter
What else is there to write besides that it's my favorite poem?

| Posted on 2008-12-08 | by a guest




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