Pick a Passage

Book three of “The Prelude” starts with a passage that denotes time with a fated tone (93). This voice resounds the idea of a begrudging day and repetitive patterns. “A dreary morning” is blythe. This phrase depicts an image of mourning or sorrowful sound, with the combination of “dreary” and “morning.” “Dreary” is pessimistic and “morning” is time-centered, significant, and dire.

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~ by boxcar9 on September 14, 2012.

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