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  1. ‘Solitude’ by Ella Wheeler Wilcox is a three-stanza poem that is separated into sets of eight lines or octaves. Each of these octaves follows a consistent rhyme scheme of ABCBDEFE.   Solitude Summary

    ‘Solitude’ by Ella Wheeler Wilcox is a three-stanza poem that is separated into sets of eight lines or octaves. Each of these octaves follows a consistent rhyme scheme of ABCBDEFE.

     

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  1. Personification: The attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something non-human, or the representation of an abstract quality in human form. For example, “Laugh, and the World laughs with you.” Imagery: Elements of a poem that invoke any of the five senses to create a set of meRead more

    1. Personification: The attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something non-human, or the representation of an abstract quality in human form. For example, “Laugh, and the World laughs with you.”
    2. Imagery: Elements of a poem that invoke any of the five senses to create a set of mental images. For example, “nectared wine”
    3. 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, “Through the narrow aisles of pain”

     

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  1. The poem preaches about the "Law of Attraction". Through the poem, Wilcox reminds us that we must not only gravitate around those in jubilation and splendour, but we must also be around those in suffering, for we are well-equipped to reach out and draw them out their darkness. For there comes a timeRead more

    The poem preaches about the “Law of Attraction”. Through the poem, Wilcox reminds us that we must not only gravitate around those in jubilation and splendour, but we must also be around those in suffering, for we are well-equipped to reach out and draw them out their darkness. For there comes a time when we too will need someone to come to our aid when we are in emotional need.

     

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