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During A Son S Dangerous Illne

   
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That is what this poem is saying. Something else that really interested me was how the author compared how an outsider might feel about a tragic death as compared to the person directly affected by the death of a loved one. The metaphor is “The grief I’d know if I lived into your unthinkable death, is a splinter of that selfsame grief”...
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The metaphor is “The grief I’d know if I lived into your unthinkable death, is a splinter of that selfsame grief”. The author makes it clear that when we drive past a horrible accident the grief is infinitely smaller than that felt by the immediate loved ones...
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Death Of A Salesman: Willy Loman - A Tragic Hero   Abstract:Analyzes the poem `Because I Could Not Stop for Death,   Compare ‘Hitcher’ With One Duffy Poem And Two Pre-1914 Poems That Consider Death Or The Threat Of Death.   Death of a Salesman-Is Willy a modern tragic hero?   Explication of Emily Dickinson's Poem: Because I could not stop for Death   Foucault - death of the author   death of a salesman compared to the great gatsby   My American Dream compared to the American Dream in Death of a Salesman   The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner poem analysis   Critique Of "death Of The Author"   Death In Venice: A Tragic Vision Of A Flawed Artist?   Death In Venice: A Tragic Vision Of A Flawed Artist?   During A Son S Dangerous Illne   death of a salesman: tragic flaws   Tyler - The Tragic Death Of A Teen  
 
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