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TAG Creation Myth

TAG Response to Literature

In one sentence, what is the theme of the poem? Add two quotes illustrating this theme. Someone can't always hold your hand, but you will always have someone to fall back on. "Propped in the door, Bill heard him circling, a dark star in the dark.."-Line 11 "He knew where McKinley was, though Mckinley didn't."-Line 13
What is the POV of the poem? Include at least two quotes from the poem that illustrates the POV. Third person omniscient. "Mornings, they went up the hill to work.."-Line 2 "Amused, Bill smoked his smoke, and listened."-Line 12
What is the perspective? Add two quotes illustrating the perspective. The poem is in Bill's perspective. "Propped in the door, Bill heard him circling.."-Line 11 "Bill quit his pipe then, opened the screen, and stepped out.."-Line 14
Adopt a different POV and rewrite the poem. 1st Person-McKinley's Perspective: But one night I stayed away late, and it was dark when I started down the hill, not a star shone, not a window"-Line 4
What is the theme of this new poem? Add two quotes illustrating this theme. Those in the darkness need guidance.
How is this theme different from the original? Explain your answer. It is just a subtle change in perspective.
Created by: mikesewell95