Sunday, August 2, 2009

The Dead Crow: Persona & Setting

Speaker / Persona

In this poem, there are two personas.

Stanza 1
The persona is the third person narrator. The pronoun used is 'he', signifying the
third person. He is looking from the outside and talks about the effects of
pollution due to Man's neglect of the environment.

Stanza 2
The persona is the poet - first person narrator and the pronouns used are
'I' and 'we'. The poet is disappointed with the situation and is demanding or a
better environment for everyone - the 'we' in this stanza. The poet tells us
about what he wants for the future - a land where there is clean air to
breathe, trees and grass growing and rivers flowing. In short, he wants
the politicians and capitalists to shop exploiting the land and have better
plans for the future.


The following are some of the physical settings in this poem :

* A drain by the post office
* A health clinic
* Open land / earth
* The forest

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