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  1. This poem has a myriad of poetic devices, some of which are as follows: Repetition: The poem uses repetition for added emphasis. Each stanza begins with the phrase ‘A player is one’.   Alliteration: One example would be ‘strong, sensible mind’. Enjambment: The poem has a continuation of a senteRead more

    This poem has a myriad of poetic devices, some of which are as follows:

    1. Repetition: The poem uses repetition for added emphasis. Each stanza begins with the phrase ‘A player is one’.

     

    1. Alliteration: One example would be ‘strong, sensible mind’.
    2. Enjambment: The poem has a continuation of a sentence over a line break. Examples would be ‘A player is one who doesn’t whine about their play time,/Because a player knows it’s an unacceptable crime’ and ‘A player is one who doesn’t settle for anything less,/Even knowing, that they’re not the best’.

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  1. This poem is divided into four stanzas. The first two stanzas are quatrains while the next two are made up of five lines each. The quatrains alone follow the rhyme scheme aabb. The next two stanzas do not adhere to a particular rhyme scheme. What is a player Summary

    This poem is divided into four stanzas. The first two stanzas are quatrains while the next two are made up of five lines each. The quatrains alone follow the rhyme scheme aabb. The next two stanzas do not adhere to a particular rhyme scheme.

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  1. The central idea of this poem is determination and hard work. The poem elaborates on how a player, being in the field of sports, ought to possess both these traits to emerge successfully in the face of defeat.   What is a player Summary

    The central idea of this poem is determination and hard work. The poem elaborates on how a player, being in the field of sports, ought to possess both these traits to emerge successfully in the face of defeat.

     

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