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Hemrick Unit 7 post assessment

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  • 1. Unit 7 Postassessment
  • 2. The Sea
    • When reading this poem, the sea is compared to a hungry dog. This comparison does not use a like or as so it is a metaphor.
  • 3. The Sea
    • When you read the words gnaw, rumbling, and tumbling, we see that the waves are actually wearing away the shore.
  • 4. The Sea
    • The word bounds means to leap within the context of this poem.
  • 5. The Sea
    • Sniffs and snuffs are two words that imitate the sounds it represents which is onomatopoeia.
  • 6. The Sea
    • In this poem the dune grasses are no longer playing a reedy tune, so the grasses are being compared to some type of musical instrument.
  • 7. The Sea
    • The weather controls the sea’s behavior in this poem.
  • 8. The Sea
    • The sea is seen as being very powerful in this poem.
  • 9. The Sea
    • The poem’s tone is more playful than anything else.