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  1. “The village song” is a poem divided into four stanzas, each having four lines. The poem has used a definite rhyming scheme AABB AACC DDAA EEAA used throughout the poem. The Village Song Summary

    “The village song” is a poem divided into four stanzas, each having four lines. The poem has used a definite rhyming scheme AABB AACC DDAA EEAA used throughout the poem.

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  1. Metaphor: A common poetic device where an object in, or the subject of, a poem is described as being the same as another otherwise unrelated object. For example, “The bridal-songs and cradle-songs have cadences of sorrow,” Personification: A poetic device where animals, plants, or even inanimate objRead more

    1. Metaphor: A common poetic device where an object in, or the subject of, a poem is described as being the same as another otherwise unrelated object. For example, “The bridal-songs and cradle-songs have cadences of sorrow,”
    2. Personification: A poetic device where animals, plants, or even inanimate objects, are given human qualities. For example, “The laughter of the sun today, the wind of death tomorrow”
    3. Alliteration: The repetition of the same letter sound across the start of several words in a line of text. For example, “O mother mine, I cannot stay, the fairy-folk are calling.”

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  1. The village song by Sarojini Naidu is a beautiful poem that speaks about the traditional Indian villages. In the poem, the poet describes the difficulties faced by an Indian village woman. Though the poem was written in the 90s, the condition still exists in many Indian villages. The Village Song SuRead more

    The village song by Sarojini Naidu is a beautiful poem that speaks about the traditional Indian villages. In the poem, the poet describes the difficulties faced by an Indian village woman. Though the poem was written in the 90s, the condition still exists in many Indian villages.

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  1. The poem is split up into two stanzas, each of which contains seven lines. The poem's rhyme scheme is 'aabbccd.'   Song of a Dream Summary

    The poem is split up into two stanzas, each of which contains seven lines. The poem’s rhyme scheme is ‘aabbccd.’

     

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    Metaphor- A metaphor is a figure of speech in which a word or phrase describing one type of item or activity is substituted for another to imply a similarity or analogy. And spirits of Truth were the birds that sang. And spirits of Love were the stars that glowed. And spirits of Peace were the streaRead more

    • Metaphor– A metaphor is a figure of speech in which a word or phrase describing one type of item or activity is substituted for another to imply a similarity or analogy. And spirits of Truth were the birds that sang. And spirits of Love were the stars that glowed. And spirits of Peace were the streams that flowed.
    • Simile- a figure of speech in which one object is compared to another of a different sort in order to make a description more strong or vivid. Soul-deep in visions that poppy-like sprang.
    • Alliteration- Alliteration is the repeated use of same starting consonant sounds in subsequent or closely related syllables. Lone in the light. Gather and gleam

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  1. The poem can be interpreted in light of India's tumultuous war for independence, during which three of the qualities stated by the poet in association with the Rowlatt Act of 1919 (truth, love, and peace) were broken, as well as incidents such as the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, religious disputes, anRead more

    The poem can be interpreted in light of India’s tumultuous war for independence, during which three of the qualities stated by the poet in association with the Rowlatt Act of 1919 (truth, love, and peace) were broken, as well as incidents such as the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, religious disputes, and revolutionary activities. This poem encourages Indians to forsake casteism, superstitions, and other societal ills that existed then and now in order to live in peace.

     

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    The word used in the poem, Bangle Sellers, for peaceful and calm is tranquil. Stanza Wise Summary of the Bangle Sellers by Sarojini Naidu

    The word used in the poem, Bangle Sellers, for peaceful and calm is tranquil.

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    The figure of speech used in the line “rainbow tinted circles of light” is a metaphor. Stanza Wise Summary of the Bangle Sellers by Sarojini Naidu

    The figure of speech used in the line “rainbow tinted circles of light” is a metaphor.

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    In the poem, the temple fair denoted to the place where people from all walks of life would gather to connect and respect the cultural heritage of the country. Stanza Wise Summary of the Bangle Sellers by Sarojini Naidu

    In the poem, the temple fair denoted to the place where people from all walks of life would gather to connect and respect the cultural heritage of the country.

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