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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Dream by Edgar AlanIn visions of the dark nightI have dreamed of joy departed- But a waking dream of life and light End rhyme.Hath left me broken-hearted. (Personification)Ah! what is not a dream by dayTo him whose eyes are castOn things around him with a rayTurned back upon the past?That holy dream- that holy dream, RefrainWhile all the world were chiding,Hath cheered me as a lovely beamA lonely spirit guiding.What though that light, thro' storm and night,So trembled from afar- End RhymeWhat could there be more purely brightIn Truth's day-star? The poem talks about how his dreams no longer bring him joy but in fact leaving him broken-hearted.Then the Author proceeds to talk aboutWhat is happening around him when heis not asleep and talks about that he cannot forget the past that might troublehim. Then he goes back to talk about thedream and calls it "holly" as if it comes with a message from the higher power and mean while everybody is concerned about judging other people he was chosen and is being guided by some supernatural force to do something that he doesn't... understand?.But there's a connection that goes through him and his dreams are beyond his interpretation, that for him there's cannot be anything that could be more real and important than the day in which he lives. Diction can be defined as style of speaking or writing determined by the choice of words by a speaker or a writer Internal Rhyme Allieteration " d" Analysis of "A Dream" by Edgar Alan Poe. Maksim Vinnikav The author with this poem makes the reader feel hurt, disappoined and hopeless, as he uses words such as "I have dreamed of joy departed", "Hath left me broken.-hearted", "While all the world were chiding". While reading thepoem one could imagine beingin one plase and passing troughdays and nights thinking what is he supposed to do in his lifehoping that he can find an answer but, no body knows the answer so you have to look foryour self. The author uses harsh sounds to make the reader feelunsettled. like repeating dull consonants like "d" in the beginning. Feeling from the poem Poem Analysis Notes Similie
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