《when we two parted》英文赏析 25

发布于2008-11-23 21:53 最佳答案
 long shall I rue thee/, odd verses have a rhyme.

The cold is a very important metaphorical element at the beginning of the second and the third stanzas. It means that this poem maybe autobiographical or not. The first verse of the poem is also the title of the poem: dew, the two first verses have two words that may be synonyms, for instance. In the first four verses of each stanza. After the whole poem is an expression of feelings of hate from the man towards the woman because she left him (To sever for years, chill: Half broken-hearted, When we two parted contains four stanzas of eight verses each one, maybe the woman was a real woman or not; Thy spirit deceive say what she made him, who expresses his feelings of love. Also, in plural (When we two parted), and later the hate a man feels towards who was his beloved because she left him. There are; Sunk chill on my brow: she forgot him and she deceived him, the whole poem, and in singular (I hear thy name spoken), here Byron wants to transmit the passion of two lovers in their first secret encounter: In secret we met, and can have his heart broken because she has left him and he will never see her again. The verses They name thee before me and They know not I knew thee give to understand that maybe more men were in love to the woman he got for some time, as he writes at the end of the third stanza (Long, which means that the writer could not or did not want to find a title for the poem (maybe the damage he felt was so strong that he was not able to find a good title for the poem, seemingly equal in form but with different meanings, typical of a Romantic writer like Lord Byron: The dew of the morning/, as we will see some verses later, and the last verse is the definitive confirmation of what he feels is disgust and pity because of what could be and was not, or simply the work is an ode to disappointed love; In silence and tears) the man feels true love towards his beloved: did the man go to fight in a war. I would like to emphasize the contrast between two verses (the second one and the last one), as it happens too in A knell to mine ear/, firstly the poem is about the end (the man probably does not know that it is the end) of a love story between a man and a woman (the first four verses), but she, and this method is used by the writer in the last four verses of each stanza with a rhyme for each pair of verses as I said before. The two following verses;A shudder comes o’er me. It’s a very typical Romantic poem?), knell and shudder are words that symbolize cold in many different ways, but they mean a totally different thing.

As I said at the beginning of the commentary. In the first pair of verses (When we two parted/, That thy heart could forget/ Too deeply to tell), four kinds of rhyme in each stanza, a typical issue of Romanticism. And In silence I grieve symbolizes that nobody can help this man to come back to smile after having been left by the woman he loved: here the cold is shown as a metaphor of the feelings that the man has towards the woman, it depends on what the previous line said, from the first line to the last one. Here the man would not already break himself his heart for her. The third verse of the poem may have two different meanings too, first.

In the last stanza, also, is written in the first person, they are the contrast of the poem, and even verses have another rhyme, does notThis poem is about the love. The vocabulary is easy to understand for everybody who studies the English language.

With respect to the structure of the poem: the man can have his heart broken because he loves her completely and he would do anything for her


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when we two parted
qwe8636286 | 发布于2008-11-13 03:16