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  1. The Tiger is a six-quatrain poem. There are two end-rhymed couplets in each verse. The rhyme pattern of the poem is not consistent. For example, stanza one, three and four follow the rhyme scheme ‘abcb’, stanza two has rhyme scheme ‘aaba’, stanza five has rhyme scheme ‘abab’and lastly, stanza sevenRead more

    The Tiger is a six-quatrain poem. There are two end-rhymed couplets in each verse. The rhyme pattern of the poem is not consistent. For example, stanza one, three and four follow the rhyme scheme ‘abcb’, stanza two has rhyme scheme ‘aaba’, stanza five has rhyme scheme ‘abab’and lastly, stanza seven has rhyme scheme ‘abcc’.

     

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  1. Antithesis- when two opposites are introduced together for contrasting effect. Eg. In the forests of the night or in the wilderness of day, in equal  stripes both night and dawn. Tiger Summary

    1. Antithesis– when two opposites are introduced together for contrasting effect. Eg. In the forests of the night or in the wilderness of day, in equal  stripes both night and dawn.

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  1. The tiger is regarded as a magnificent animal by the poet. According to him, there has never been and never will be a valid justification for tiger hunting. He draws attention to those who kill tigers for fun or egotistical medical needs. The poet emphasizes that these individuals are devouring notRead more

    The tiger is regarded as a magnificent animal by the poet. According to him, there has never been and never will be a valid justification for tiger hunting. He draws attention to those who kill tigers for fun or egotistical medical needs. The poet emphasizes that these individuals are devouring not just the tiger’s life but also the beauty of the jungle.

     

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