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Poetic Effects

Poetic Effects

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Published by: sunnyvidrine on Nov 04, 2011
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Poetic Effects
Also called Poetic devices
 
Imagery
Vivid language that creates a sensoryexperience
 – 
or appeals to one of the fivesenses
Taste
Touch
 – 
or physical sensation
Sight
Olfactory
Auditory
 
Finding Imagery
“Ode to a Nightingale” (page 750)
 
By John Keats
From the Romantic Era (focuses on the beauty and tragedy ofnature)**Find images that appeal to each of the five senses. Explain how eachimage appeals to its corresponding sense.
Example: “drowsy numbness pains my sense” appeals to physical
sensation because I can feel that feeling of when my head achesbecause I am so tired and need to sleep.
Example: “[thou]
singest of summer in full-
throated ease” appeals
to the auditory sense because I can hear a simple bird singing inperfect tune.

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