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    • Lines  3-­‐4:  When  the  sky  is  pink  and  grey/  As  the  wings  of  a  wild  galah   Technique:  Simile   Effect  of  technique:  The  colouring  of  a   galah  is  used  to  describe  what  the  sky   looks  like.  The  sky  is  compared  to  the   wings  of  of  the  native  Australian  bird  to   represent  the  image  MacKellar  has   created.   http://photos.beilby.com/images/ galah.3.jpg   Effect  of  Image:  The  image  portrays  the   colours  of  the  galah  that  are  used  to   describe  the  sky  
    • Lines  5-­‐6:  And  the  last  night-­‐shadow  ebbs/  From  the  trees  like  a  falling  tide  Technique:  Simile  Effect  of  technique:  The  shadows  that  still  remain  from  the  night  are  compared  to  the  way  the  ocean  is  sucked  back  in  after  a  wave  crashes  onto  the  sand   http://images.travelpod.com/users/ mistyandmark/1.1260705427.misty-­‐ Effect  of  image:  Image  visualises  the   walks-­‐the-­‐shoreline-­‐just-­‐after-­‐high-­‐ way  the  tide  falls  back  which   tide.jpg   represents  the  last  of  the  night-­‐ shadows  clinging  to  the  trees  
    • Lines  7-­‐9:  And  the  dew-­‐hung  spiderwebs/    On  the  grass-­‐blades  spread  far  and  wide/  Each  sharp  spike  well-­‐loaded  Technique:  Vivid  Imagery  Effect  of  technique:  Enables  the  reader  to  mentally  picture  what  is  being  described  by  the  author.  The  author  has  also  used  descriptive  language  to  represent  the  ‘grass-­‐blades’  as  sharp  spikes.   http://farm1.static.flickr.com/ 3/3633789_24adc559a5.jpg  Effect  of  image:  Image  portrays  the  spiderwebs  spread  of  the  grass-­‐blades  
    • Lines  14-­‐16:  The  horizon  turned  crystal  white/  And  a  sea  of  diamond/  Is  the  plain  to  the  dazzled  sight   Technique:  Metaphor   Effect  of  technique:  The  light   reflected  off  the  horizon  is   described  as  ‘crystal  white’   which  is  then  made  clear  by  the   idea  that  resembles  a  sea  of   diamonds.   Effect  of  Image:  The  sun  shining   http://www.eunavfor.eu/wp-­‐content/ uploads/ on  the  sea  represents  the  ‘sea   Surcouf_escorts_SEA_DIAMOND_Web.JPG   of  diamond’  that  ‘dazzles  sight’  
    • Lines  1  &  17:  At  the  dawning  of  the  day    Technique:  Repetition  Effect  of  technique:  The  repetition  of  the  opening  line  of  the  poem  is  also  repeated  in  the  last  stanza  to  emphasise  the  focus  of  the  poem.  Effect  of  Image:  Captures  the   http:// wayshower.typepad.com/.a/essence  of  the  dawning  of  day   6a0120a68523f8970b015390d29 ef8970b-­‐800wi  
    • Lines  13-­‐17:  Perhaps  he  learned  nothing/  from  his  father’s  face  except  how  whiskey/  trawled  sleep  from  his  eyes  and  left  him  pursued/  by  pain  and  thunder  and  a  show  of  lightning’s  /yellow  flares  Technique:  Personification  Effect  of  technique:  The  whiskey  is  given  human-­‐like  qualities  of  stealing  the  sleep  from  the  father’s  eyes  .      Effect  of  Image:    The  lightning  captures  pain  that  the  whiskey   http://images.wikia.com/ dollarschat/images/e/e4/inflicts  on  the  father.   Lightning.jpg  
    • Lines  47-­‐48:  to  the  noise  of  pelicans,  those  bills  clacking/  like  clapperboards,  the  ease  of  routine.  Technique:  Onomatopeoia    Effect  of  technique:  Allows  the  reader  to  imagine  the  sound  of  the  pelicans  ‘clacking’  their  bills  open  and  shut.   http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_NZNothTK11w/ S9HqaiCWvSI/AAAAAAAABJ4/ nW8QDaNT9bQ/s1600/pelicans2.jpg  Effect  of  image:  Visualises  the  pelicans  causing  a  scene  with  the  noise  of  their  bills.    
    • Lines  8-­‐11:  It  could  have  been  the  way  his  father’s  knife  eased  out  the  eyes/  of  so  many  fish  like  spoonfuls  of  compote  that  gave/  him  thoughts  black  as  the  inky  emulsions  of  squid    Technique:  Simile  Effect  of  technique:    Represents  thoughts  the  boy  is  having  while  he  watches  his  father  gut  fish  eyes.  Compares  the  process  the  imager  of  black  squid  ink   http://media-­‐cdn.tripadvisor.com/ media/photo-­‐s/01/8b/e8/5a/squid-­‐Effect  of  Image:  Image  captures   ink-­‐pasta.jpg  the  comparison  to  the  black  squid  ink.  Image  is  of  pasta  covered  in  squid  ink  
    • Lines  22-­‐23:  …the  slow  drip  of  days  revved  up  by  outboards  then  dispelled  by  a  drill  Technique:  Alliteration  Effect  of  technique:  The  repetition  of  consonant  sounds  represents  the  the  slow  pace  of  the  long  days  fishing   http:// criticalmash.files.wordpress.coEffect  of  image:  Depicts  the   m/2011/03/38975.jpg  slow  pace  of  the  days  by  showing  a  drip  slowly  leaking  from  a  tap  
    • Various  lines  throughout  poem  Eg.  Perhaps  it  was  when  he  first  felt  his  shoulder  /roll  an  oar…Perhaps  when  he  felt  the  rod/  pull  his  arms  through  a  band  of  static  Technique:  Repetition  Effect  of  Technique:  Enables  the  reader  to  be  inquisitive  and  creates  suspense  within  the  poem.  Effect  of  image:  Represents  a   http:// www.davidmoorephotography.com.au/fisherman  rolling  the  oar  from   media/images/spain/21to28/7.jpg  his  shoulders.  Depicts  a  possible  cause  of  why  a  fisherman  would  end  his  life?