i need an analysis of "annabel lee"greenspun.com : LUSENET : The Work of Edgar Allan Poe : One Thread
"annabel lee" why are the stanza broken up the way it is? does it use imagery to timpact reader? wat type of poem is this? ( lyric, narrative, dramatic, sonnet, ballad etc.) line and length & meter" is there a rgular pattern, and wat is it? wat purpose is served? is there rhyme scheme, what purpose does it serve? what sound devices does it use like onomatopoeia etc...? what figurative language does it use ( simile, metaphor, personification, symbol, etc.) was used and what impact does it have on the meaning? does it use imager to impact reader?
-- Anonymous, February 18, 2001
ALSO, A NEED ANALYSIS OF THE HOUND BY ROBERT FRANCIS
-- Anonymous, May 28, 2001
Clearly sensing that "Annabel Lee" would be his last poem, Poe took the unusual step, after finishing it in May 1849, of writing out several copies, of which this signed copy is one, and circulating them among his friends to ensure that the poem would not go unnoticed. Poe read the poem in lectures in Richmond and sold it, along with "The Bells," to Sartain's Union Magazine of Literature and Art for publication. However, it was first printed in the New- York Daily Tribune on October 9, 1849, only two days after the poet's death, rushed into print by Rufus Griswold, who had received a copy for later inclusion in the tenth edition of The Poets and Poetry of America. Although at least four of Poe's women friends claimed to have inspired "Annabel Lee," the poet's real motivation may be a reflection of his continued mourning for his wife, Virginia, who died two years earlier. Look at the original "Annabel Lee" Script I got this from www.poedecoder.com
-- Anonymous, October 21, 2004