How does Tennyson use juxtaposition in “Break, Break, Break” to make contrast more apparent? He places images that signify good next to ima

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How does Tennyson use juxtaposition in “Break, Break, Break” to make contrast more apparent? He places images that signify good next to images that signify evil. He places images that signify grief next to images that signify happiness and innocence. both of these none of these

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2022-04-13T01:15:44+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Ama12a
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    2022-04-13T01:16:46+00:00

    The answer for this question is:

    He places images that signify good next to images that signify evil.

    Hope this helps. 🙂

  2. Daisy
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    2022-04-13T01:17:05+00:00

    Tennyson uses juxtaposition in “Break, Break, Break” to make contrast more apparent by placing images that signify grief next to images that signify happiness and innocence.

    Tennyson wrote this poem after the death of Arthur Hallam, his great friend and brother of his wife Emily.n

    The juxtaposition is used in the poem as a literary device that allows Tennyson to emphasize the feeling of sadness that he felt when writing the poem, since he compares happy moments with sad moments.

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