The Power of Sound:. An Analysis of the Use of Sound in Selected Beau F., English 202 Clemson University, Spring 2005.
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An Analysis of the Use of Sound in Selected
Beau F., English 202
Clemson University, Spring 2005
Misstrums me, or tries a new tune."
He supports the motif that the piano is uncontrolled by humans with the cacophonic rhythm of line 11. “But never my numb plunker fumbles,” While this line is difficult for the human reader to say, it comes naturally to the speaker of the poem. The piano almost teases; bragging about its unfaltering precision while the reader stumbles over the awkward rhythm.
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