Walt Whitman

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Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Poetry
Grade:
8

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Walt Whitman

Speaker: A colleague or admirer of Lincoln.Occasion: Following Lincoln's death.Audience: Citizens of U.S. and those grieving Lincoln's death.

Purpose: To condole and mourn over Lincoln's death.Subject: Telling of Lincoln's prestige and death.Tone: Mournful, meloncholy, accepting

Walt WhitmanBorn May 31, 1819Wrote "O Captain! My Captain!" in 1865 Died March 26, 1892

Evidence:1. (Line 8,16,24) Repitition-"Fallen cold and dead"2. (Line 17-20) Rhyme Scheme-AA BB 3. (Line 6)Imagery- "bleeding drops of red"

"O Captain! My Captain!" was written as an elegy for Abraham Lincoln

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By: Kaden Clemmer


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