discuss the visual and aural imagery in the poem dover beach

discuss the visual and aural imagery in the poem dover beach

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  1. Matthew Arnold uses both visual and aural imagery in the poem. Intense visual imagery is used by describing nature explicitly. The speaker describes by saying “The sea is calm tonight./ The tide is full and the moon lies fair.” He also uses aural imagery when he says “eternal note of sadness” caused by the sea-waves crashing on the shore.

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