Fireside Poetry Longfellow Analysis. “The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls” “The Cross of Snow”. Literary Terms. Meter Pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in poetry Has a “sing-song” sound when read aloud Sonnet 14-line rhymed poem
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Fireside PoetryLongfellow Analysis “The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls”“The Cross of Snow”
Literary Terms • Meter • Pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in poetry • Has a “sing-song” sound when read aloud • Sonnet • 14-line rhymed poem • It usually still has the “sing-song” sound when read aloud (with a pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables).
Longfellow Analysis • Read “The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls” (pg. 172) • Read “The Cross of Snow” (pg. 174) • Create a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast Longfellow’s poems. • Underneath your diagram, write a brief paragraph explaining how these two poems are “Romantic” poems.