In “Those Winter Sundays,” guilt and embarrassment seem to ring from the speaker’s words.
1. In “Those Winter Sundays,” guilt and embarrassment seem to ring from the speaker’s words. Find a specific example of that, and then discuss how the poem’s tone matches that of the week’s literature theme.
CITING POEMS
How to Cite a Poem Not Divided into Numbered Parts or Stanzas: Just Use Line Number(s)
For first reference, use the word “line(s)”; after that first reference, just use the numbers. Use the backslash to separate the lines. Notice that there are spaces between the backslash and letters/punctuation.
The opening of Frost’s “Fire and Ice” strikes a conversational tone: “Some say the world will end in fire, / Some say in ice” (lines 1-2).