Making Comparison In Poetry By Dihya Hajee Analysis

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Making Comparisons in Poetry by Dihya Hajee A 1) a: For me the second text gives a stronger impression of the collision as in fictional writing you are NOT limited in the way you write and describe, but in nonfictional writing you cant change the way the collision takes place as that changes the whole story thus it becoming non fictional. b: The poem shows the human impact the most as it describes the vainness of the humans and how the Titanic enterprise thought that their ship was invincible. c: The poem is very critical towards the Titanic as the writer disagrees with the idea of the Titanic being unsinkable. d: The text which reveals the authors attitude the most is the poem as he its shows he is reacting to the creation of the Titanic. e: I feel most involved in the fictional text as it gives the perspective of being on the ship itself.…show more content…
The writer show how the collision was to the passengers and how it was for the fleet and Captain. For me the way this writer describes everything makes me want to read on. For example, “The next instant it was gone, drifting astern into the darkness”. This sentence gets my attention immediately as I loved how short but effective it was. This second text uses adjectives and adverbs to keep the writing interesting. The first person perspective also helps by making me feel like I am in the situation with the other characters. “Ginsberg swore we had lost a propeller, but what did he know?”. This sentence makes me feel like I asked the question. That’s what this writer got spot on. In the poem the writer chose to use three verses for every stanza. It creates a nice beat which compliments the rhyme of the poem. The reader’s attention is caught with words like “vaingloriousness”, “consummation”, “opulent” and “salamandrine”. The meaning also grabs my attention as it has a message behind the whole poem, therefore I had to read the poem a couple of times to fully

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