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suvam's picture
Joined: Feb 2007

i don't get it too much, and haven't really done it that much either.
help on it would be great

Surface's picture
Joined: Sep 2007

I am not sure how much there is to get.

It is supposed to be a guide for your writing when you write about poetry. I guess it could extend to other areas of your writing as well.

Sentence Structure

In higher lever poetry the author will use less adjetives to describe things, and will use words to give things multiple meanings. Generally, if you are talking about DIDLS you are not focusing on the smaller devices the author uses. (i.e Metaphors, personification, etc.) Try to focus on what the author is implying through tone. If you need any help I can post some examples.

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