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  1. Through this poem, the poet wants to emphasize that climbing the highest mountain or undertaking the biggest task is not the only achievement. Even in small jobs, we must do our best and achieve success. The world admires people who do not bow before difficulties. So, we must be competent and meritoRead more

    Through this poem, the poet wants to emphasize that climbing the highest mountain or undertaking the biggest task is not the only achievement. Even in small jobs, we must do our best and achieve success. The world admires people who do not bow before difficulties. So, we must be competent and meritorious. The poet urges us to be proud and feel proud.

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  1. Following figures of speech have been used in the poem Everest is not the Only Peak: Alliteration- It is the occurrence of the same sound at the beginning of closely connected words. Examples- “Hold; humble as we are”, “the way we live”, “We are proud of the position”, “We do with devotion deep andRead more

    Following figures of speech have been used in the poem Everest is not the Only Peak:

    1. Alliteration- It is the occurrence of the same sound at the beginning of closely connected words. Examples- “Hold; humble as we are”, “the way we live”, “We are proud of the position”, “We do with devotion deep and true”, “knows no kneeling”, “deem it our duty”
    2. Repetition- It is the repetition of a word or a phrase in the poem for poetic effect. The line “We are proud and feel so tall” is repeated throughout this poem.
    3. Metaphor– A metaphor directly refers to one thing by mentioning another. Here, “the ladder for the rise of man” refers to the path of humanity’s progress.
    4. Personification– Personification is a figure of speech in which an idea or thing is given human attributes and/or feelings or is spoken of as if it were human. Example- “We bow before competence and merit.”

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