how does the crowd react to the pace of the game
there are three themes race,culture and humour
The voice of the poem Test Match Sabina Park, by Stewart Brown, is a white male that is visiting Jamaica and attending a local game of cricket. The man exhibits pride when he enters the park, but quickly becomes ashamed of the game and the behavior of the spectators. Eventually he leaves the park, having lost the pride he entered with.
I don't believe there are any similes in the Poem. As I recall a simile is a sentence using like or as. Although there are no similes there are many metaphors.
In summary we can say that: The character is English and the English were playing a test match in Sabina Park, Jamaica. In line 1,the character went proudly into Sabina Park "wearing the rosette of his skin", not an actual rosette(Rosette ans pins people would were to a match/game to show support of their favourite team). Personification, Simile and Metaphor created imagery to the poem. Pun(one word has has two different context clue meaning) in this poem were Boycott and Amiss(in line 4-5)- English playing a bad match trying to stay away and Geoff Boycott and Dennis Amiss were English players. Themes dominant in the poem are Discrimination, Racial Prejudice, Pride vs. Embarrassment, Conflict and Man vs. Theme. Discrimation: Line 8 & 15 Poet attitude: represent's persona negative. Disses the English Rhyme Scheme: Free verse [no set rhyming
i think the poem is a poem with seven rhymings, similes, and other things
"Like a plague of locusts"
He didnt use any similes in the solitary reaper
The word boycott is cleverly used as it alludes to the great english batsman geoff boycott...speaking of which he was a member of the team or a prior member of the team in the poem that was being badly outplayed by the west indies so it is fitting to use his name to depict how boring the test match really is as england is killing the excitement.as well as something badly amiss alludes to the great englishman denis amis.
Do it yourself
in the last stanza
yes, there are uses of imagery , metaphors , irony , similes in this poem
as big as rocks
A similes is a word that us like or as .
0 they are all metaphors
No. This is personification.
There are no similes in this poem, rather the poet, John McCrae uses strong imagery to describe idea's and represent actions.
NO! not in that Frost poem's exact title phrase "stopping by woods on a snowy evening" , since all similes are obvious direct comparisons using either the comparatives "like" or "as" in the simile.Nor, does the poem itself contain any similes.
repetition, rhyme, similes
poem with books and stanzas epic similes