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Introduction to The Selected Poems of E.J. Pratt: A Hypertext Edition. This site has been designed to supplement the print edition of the Selected Poems of E.J. Pratt, edited by Sandra Djwa, W.J. Keith, and Zailig Pollock (University of Toronto Press 1998). It contains: the texts of all of the poems in the Selected Poems; a timeline; annotations; At the bottom of this home page you will see a.
Edwin John Pratt consistently uses imagery to describe us the situation, events and the shark. At the beginning, poem described the body of a shark. (Tubular, and tapered, and smoke-blue.) Describing the body instead of telling that there is a shark helps readers to understand the situation better. Than poem started to tell the situation and the events that is happening. (Shark passed the.
He seemed to know the harbour, And I saw the flash of a white throat, And a double row of white teeth, And with knife-edge, Then out of the harbour, Stirred not a bubble With that three-cornered fin As it moved Shearing without a bubble the water With its base-line on the water. “The Shark” by Edwin John Pratt He seemed to know the harbour.
WORK PREVIOUSLY DONE ON EDWIN JOHN PRATT 5 essay which shows how the masters of our poetry have achieved their success, has devoted one chapter to the poetry of E. J. Pratt, and in this short chapter has subscribed to the general opinion of Pratt's epic strength and scope, although he has not clearly defined Pratt's epic bounds, nor has he proved Pratt's epic reality.
Quote by Rebecca Wells: “I wish I knew then what I know now - and still .”. Hello Everyone, I just wanted to add this great song to my Rod Stewart collection! I hope you all enjoy it! I just used pictures of Rod for this one. so Many things I wish I knew that I was worth more tan I gave myself credit for. I wish that I knew that my mum was going through depression.
The poem describes a shark circling a harbour, and hunting its prey before it sinks back into the ocean. Sharks, in general, are intimidating creatures and the tone and description of the poem perfectly captures that. Pratt describes the shark very coldly; for example he associates the shark with iron, and knives. What I found really interesting was that the shark was only ever mentioned as a.
China's 300-mile fishing fleet which is visible from SPACE and hoovers up all sea life is decimating endangered species - and plastic waste thrown overboard is polluting the shores of Darwin's.