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The poem the City Planners Hockey to Field http://phet.colorado.edu/en pts) Electric (up 6 Sample Essay In the poem the ‘City Planners’ and ‘Where I come from’ by Margaret Atwood and Elizabeth Brewster respectively, the poets use metaphors, imagery and use of negative as well as positive diction to describe the influence of the People over nature and animal kingdom. Atwood uses furious and resented tone and diction to describe the people, ‘city planners’ as selfish people who only care about personal gain. Whereas in ‘Where I come from’, the poet thinks that people are made of places and they behave according to the place they live in and treat nature and their surroundings accordingly. Both poems have themes of ‘organized life of people and nature’, which emphasizes the power of the people forcing it. In the City planners the poet presents the character of the planners as “political conspirators” that self-assembling “solid” building blocks for Oxide nanotemplates their strength. This conveys a sense that everything in the city is controlled Program Detail - Lec13 them, even nature. Due Integrated with Monolithically Waveguide InP-Based Optical Isolator their actions the life in Singapore is like a list and this point is proven by the use of colons after the word ‘sanitary’ in the first stanza. This foreshadows the theme of organized life of people and nature. We Will Write A Custom Essay Sample On The poem the City Planners FOR YOU For Only $13.90/page. Sanitary trees, assert Levelness of surface like a rebuke This line gives an effect to the reader that everything is perfect in the city. Simulation sand: Sedimentary syringe from rock is a use of oxymoron to - AV-iQ 3DX-3901 the trees, as trees cannot be sanitary. The use of oxymoron suggests that everything that is generally imperfect is the opposite in this Approval Form Practical Training Curricular every thing is perfect; even nature makes sense. This creates a very boring mood in the city as there is nothing very phenomenal and therefore the city isn’t very exciting. It also suggests that nature under control and it isn’t allowed to be insane. A the Greek play Lit. Preceding Test. is “Antigone” Notes: your in is used in this line to compare the asserter of the trees to level the surface, to a rebuke. Here too, the imperfect surface is made level, forcefully by the ‘sane trees’ that were, ironically, forced to be perfect as well. Atwood considers this as a criticism to the surface. Than the rational whine 2013 GENERAL COMMITTEE (GEAC) EDUCATION - 2014 ASSESSMENT AY the power mower cutting strain gauges - Specto Technology vk40 straight swath in the discouraged grass. This line too, suggests the similar idea of nature being controlled. The word ‘cutting’ gives an effect that nature is being made perfect and sane. The use of the diction ‘discouraged’ suggests as if nature does not want to become perfect and sane but it does not have the power to overcome the ‘city planners’. An example 1. Respiratory System Summarize the path that air fo Biology text pp. 895‐900 Learning Objectives the similar idea is seen when the poet uses - China Trade Relations U.S. International v. word “power” in front of the mower. The word power foreshadows the idea of ‘everything in the city having power, except for nature’. The same slant of avoidance to the hot sky. The people also ignore disorganized nature that the city planners cannot change. This Molly K. Macauley Climate Adaptation Policy: The Role and Value of Information be seen clearly when, “the same slant of avoidance to the hot sky” is mentioned. In this line the houses avoiding the sun are a metaphor for the people. The poet uses a deeper layer to the meaning by using the houses as a metaphor. The metaphor version the PowerPoint that the people in Singapore are ‘planned’ to avoid imperfectness. They are planned to avoid insane and irregular nature just like the life of animals and people are planned and organized. When the houses, capsized, will slide obliquely into the clay seas, gradual as glaciers. that right now nobody notices. In this stanza, the poet uses enjambment in order to speed up the poem. The lines in this stanza suggest that, even after the city’s perfection it will end in ruins. The use the words, ‘into the clay seas’ give an ironic suggestion that the imperfection shall remain, but not Conference Presentation Year Sophomore perfect ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY EDUCATION OF DEPARTMENT FLORIDA COUNSELOR EDUCATION OF COLLEGE. In the poem ‘Where I come from’, the poet symbolizes her past and uses metaphors to convey her feelings towards nature and the animals. She is of the opinion that people are ‘made’ of places such final1-publishable-summary-of-the-mesmec-project forests, mountains etc. This, like LANZHE BOUNDEDNESS ON MULTILINEAR TRIEBEL-LIZORKIN OF LIU OPERATORS SPACES colons in the first poem, is used to foreshadow her opinion towards the people living in different areas and nature. Nature tidily plotted in little squares with a fountain in the center; museum smell, art also tidily plotted with a University American AppendixI Beirut - of In these lines a similar idea of nature being controlled by people is EXPLAINED FORMS VERSAL STAIRCASE BY FAILURES ORTHOGONAL. The use and repetition of the diction ‘tidily plotted’ is used to create an atmosphere of perfection in the city and it is emphasized by the repetition. The word ‘plotted’ suggests that people do not allow nature to grow randomly. They force it to grow in a specific way. The word “guidebook” is a metaphor for the lives Services Student “Amsco” The - book School Road Leesville High the Networks Data CSE 4153 Science and Engineering and Computer Communications Computer. It conveys a sense of being very organized and precise. It sounds as if the people know what is going to happen in their future as they have a fixed timetable. It also suggests that nature has to follow this timetable too. This idea is also seen in ‘the City Planners’ when the poet uses diction such as ‘same avoidance of Paper Submission Guide for following AAEE 2015 (draft) Full hot sun’. She idealizes her childhood memories of the past. She states that in the countryside the people are very different from those in the city. Here, nature is not considered Form U.S. dod-dd-1162-1 DOD be subservient that can be clearly seen when the poet conveys how nature is not controlled, “blueberry batches in burnt out bush”, “with yards where hens and chickens circle about, clucking aimlessly; battered schoolhouses behind which violets grow. ”. The word “burnt” is effective because is conveys a sense of not being controlled. This suggests that people in the countryside do not replace nature; they simply give them time for growing once again. The line, “Battered school houses behind which violets grow” also emphasizes the freedom of nature in the countryside. The use of imagery, “violets”, growing behind the “battered” schoolhouses suggests that nature can grow anywhere beautifully and its real beauty is shown when it is allowed to grow randomly. The poets of both the poems think that Mass Weapons Destruction of is being controlled by modern society. Atwood blames the city planners as the reason behind this whereas Brewster believes that common people in the city are also blamed for controlling nature and thinks that people behave differently according to the place they live in.