Ted Hughes' 'The Jaguar'

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Title: Ted Hughes' 'The Jaguar'
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Subject: Poetry & Poets
Author: Susy Hawkes
Date: July 1, 2009
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The last words of the first stanza are: “tiger and lion” and the first words of the second are: “lie still as the sun.” The end of the first stanza is therefore going on to a different subject, which intrigues the reader into moving to the second stanza...
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Again the word “sun” is used, so the warm, drowsy image returns, and as the sun is stationary, so are the animals. The following lines include some especially carefully chosen diction, as they describe the boa-constrictor which has a coil in it’s tail, which supposedly “is a fossil”...
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