In Annabel lee by Edgar Allen Poe the use of his tone words has an overall effect of the mood. He uses all of these connotative tone words to show the loving tone it has. The connotative words he uses are very deep and passionate words about his love to Annabel Lee. Edgar said that she loved him and he loved her. That they thought about nothing else but to love and be loved by one another.
Anne Bradstreet’s ardent love poem to her husband are so unbolted to her audience. She uses figurative language through personification, repetition metaphors and tone. Her loving tribute to her husband is in a sincere, effortless, and passionate way. This poem can be expound in many different ways and levels. In Bradstreet’s “to my dear and loving husband” there is a lot of money; not fifties and twenties , or even hundred dollar bills, but things that are good as cash.
Today, love is seen as a beautiful thing, that everybody dreams of falling into. Awh, so sweet right? Not quite, love can cause some problems, and sometimes these problems are quite traumatic. In Book IV of The Aeneid, Virgil uses Dido’s strong affection for Aeneas to show that love can lead to complications, even death. Virgil sets up a scenario in which Queen Dido allows herself to fall in love with Aeneas.
As, I reading this poem of Sappho is about love and tragic. Helen love for Paris is more than her daughter, husband and parents. This is the reason she aboard the ship to Troy. She is showing her love to Paris and desire to her lover as a token of her Loyalty to the Greek. In so many words they said Helen was distraction for Paris that why so many Trojans men die in the war.
Princess Diana’s brother, Lord Spencer, in his eulogy, expounds on the many great qualities Princess Diana possessed. Spencer’s purpose is to honor the memory of his sister while exposing the great person she was, contrary to what the media said. He enacts this by utilizing a proud tone, pathos, and sentimental diction in order to portray not the Diana known by the world, but the Diana he knew. Spencer begins his eulogy by flattering his sister using a proud tone. He states that she was the very “essence of compassion, of duty, of style, of beauty.” He displays this sense of pride in order to show the audience how lucky they were to have her in their lives, even if it was just via television or radio.
He described Ligeia as a strange and rare beauty who had a white skin, a raven-black hair, a delicate profile, an elegant mouth, and a bright smile. Whereas of his second wife, Lady Rowena, all he had to say was that she was fair-haired and blue-eyed. The author takes the stance of the bereaved husband who fell into despair after the loss of his loving wife to the cold hands of death. He tries to numb his pain by turning to opiates but fails to find solace. He then thought that getting married again would give him a replacement of his dead
Romantic love is one that people are most passionate about. It is the love that gives people a high they they often seek. Some people have romance as their favorite genre, it captures the feelings that they want to have towards another. Uncle Tom’s Cabin does not lack what these people desire. When Mrs. Bird and Senator Bird are having a private and intimate conversation she says "Could I ever have loved you, had I not known you better than you know yourself?"
everybody has a good fellings for their lover. They have good times and sweat memories, but that happiness is not forever. In the poem 'If he wakes in your arms 'by R.A.S, the speaker loss friend and in the story 'The waiting Man ' by Adria Wu, they have different experiences. First of all, in the story and poem, the speaker and shan 's feelings are different. The speaker 's experience is sader than shan.
Being in love is like an ocean; the further out one goes the deeper it becomes. In the poem “To My Dear and Loving Husband” we get a sense of how deep and real her love is for her husband. Bradstreet gives us an insight to her and her husband’s relationship and how deep and strong their love has become. She uses hyperbole and biblical allusions to convey how great their love is. First, Bradstreet expresses that her husband’s love is worth more than the most expensive materials through the use of a hyperbole.
This poem deals with a devoted wife who is the speaker, and who she is madly in love with her husband. The wife talks about how much she values him more than anything in the world. In line 5 “I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold Or all the riches that the East doth hold.” We see she is a hopelessly devoted wife that most men would dream of having. Being devoted is definitely a key ingredient for a successful relationship. We see how happy this couple is in line 11 “Then while we live, in love let 's so persever, That when we live no more, we may live ever.” That their love is so strong that they want to persevere it for it can never die.