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  • 1. Course Title: poetryCourse Code: LANE 447Academic year: 2013 1st termCourse Instructor: Dr. Fatma Elias Presenting By: Laura Al-Mashabi.
  • 2. Transitional Period Robert Burns“A Red, Red Rose”
  • 3. RobertBurns•Burns was born inAlloway, Scotland in 1759.•He’s the national poet ofScotland.•He divided his timebetween writing poetry andfarming until he obtained agovernment position threeyears later.•He died from rheumaticheart disease in 1796.
  • 4. A Red, Red RoseO my luves like a red, red rose,Thats newly sprung in June;O my luves like the melodieThats sweetly played in tune.As fair art thou, my bonnie lass,So deep in luve am I;And I will luve thee still, my dear,Till a the seas gang dry.Till a the seas gang dry, my dear,And the rocks melt wi the sun:O I will love thee still, my dear,While the sands o life shall run.And fare thee weel, my only luve,And fare thee weel awhile!And I will come again, my luve,Though it were ten thousand mile.
  • 5. SummaryThe poem opens with the speaker comparing hislove to a "A Red, RedRose" and to a "melodie /Thats sweetly playd in tune!" In the second andthird stanzas, the speaker describes how deephis love is. And its deep. He will love his "bonnielass" as long as he is alive, and until the worldends. At the end, he says adios, and notes thathe will return, even if he has to walk tenthousand miles.
  • 6. In this poem, Burns tried to express the meaning of lovefrom his point of view. He used a red rose as his lover.•Burnstried to resemblehis love with a rose•His love like themelodywhich give intensive emotion.•Her sea would disappear the end of world and he would loveher till the end of the world.When he says (love is like a rose) he showedthat love can bephysical and emotional.Heused“Thats newly sprung in June.”because redrose generally come out in June. The poetschoice of the color "red" may seem obvious a symbol of loveand passion.The author is comparing her love to a melody, a melodyusually makes people joyful, so his love is making him joyfulwhenever she is beside him.
  • 7. There are many signs that indicates his love will not endfor example sea gangs dry, rocks melted by the sun. Itseems he has been away with her but committed that hewill with her definitely only for short period of time.The final stanza wraps up the poem’s complexity with afarewell and a promise of return.In conclusion, Burnsteachesus the importance of love andis hard to accept those memories if fall in love to someone.The similes he uses are meant to show us the grandnessof love and showing us that love is beautiful and precious.Burns also shows us how love transform a redrose. Hislove crash in summer but they are quite far each other.
  • 8. Figure of LanguageThe speaker presents two similes, the first comparing his love to a roseand the second comparing his love to a melody.The speaker addresses the young lady as bonnie (pretty).Bonnie is derived from the French word bon (good).In the last line of the stanza, a means all and gang means go.This line introduces to the poem hyperbole, a figure of speech thatexaggerates.The speaker links the first line of the third stanza with the last line of thesecond stanza by repetition.The speaker continues hyperbole in the second and fourth lines.He also again relies on repetition in the third line by repeating the third lineof the second stanza.The speaker again addresses his beloved, noting that though he mustleave her for a while he will return for her even if he must travel tenthousand miles. Repetition occurs in the first and second lines, and hyperbole occurs inthe last line.
  • 9. ThemesLove and PassionBecause modern readers are well familiar with the poeticimagery that Burns uses in this poem, and also because "ARed, Red Rose" was originally written to be sung aspopular music, the poem expresses love, but it does not tryto stir up deep feelings of passioninstead, it remindsreaders of love, making the speakers feelings sound moretheoretical than real
  • 10. Resources:•http://wonderingminstrels.blogspot.com/1999/05/red-red-rose-robert-burns.html•http://www.cummingsstudyguides.net/Guides5/MyLove.html•http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?hl=en&tbo=d&site=&q=cache:It3U8XPR76MJ:http://www.eliteskills.com/