Questions (Title: the Convergence of Twain)
Analyze how the poetic devices convey the speaker's attitude toward the sinking ship.
"To hardy the loss of the titanic was no frustrating result of combined human vanity and human fragility before tremendous natural forces. Instead, it was destiny, the realization of some grandiose divinely conceieved cosmic drama. The precise syntax, almost biblical in its simplicity, lends an air of dignity and grandeur to the poem. the reader is never distracted by superfluous diction. Images burn through, undiluted.
The trim, regular meter contributes to this effect as well. The stanzas do not ramble or stand beside each other in disharmony. They are pillars, clean, uniform and imposing. Their sequential numbering, in roman numerals, recalls Biblical verse, or some other passage of exceeding dignity."
epidamy of why i love words.
exuberant writers such as these.