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In one sentence, what is the theme of the poem? Add 2 quotes illustrating this theme. The darkest dangers can be illuminated by the wisdom of an old friend
what is the POV of the poem? Included at least two quotes from the poem that illustrates the POV? 3rd omniscient "Amused bill smoked ......MCkinley didn't" " Mckinley felt the pastures darkness"
What is the perspective? add two quotes illustrating the perspective. Mostly Bill, " And bill who had gotten up to cool himself......... coming down," "Propped in the door bill her him circling"
Adopt a different POV and list it, and rewrite a few lines from new perspective. 1st Mckinley " But one night I stayed away late, and it was dark when I stared down the hill, not a star shone, not a window."
What's the theme of the new poem? Those in the darkness need guidance.
How is the theme different from the original? explain your answer. it is a subtle change in perspective
Created by: zachbailey7