"One Art" essay

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Title: "One Art" essay
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Subject: English
Date: July 3, 1996
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Only when she loses her friend does the speaker realize that loss can cause "disaster[s]." Elizabeth Bishop's tone throughout the poem expresses her changing attitude towards loss.
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Throughout the poem, verse form plays an important role in Elizabeth Bishop's description of losing. Every tercet from lines 1 to 15 helps to describe that the speaker "[loses] something everyday." Through the repetition of "master" and "disaster" in the first five tercets, Bishop creates a tolerant mood...
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