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Running head: PASSAGE 1 Passage Questions Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Date 2 PASSAGE Passage Questions Explain one way the main characters of these passages, the speaker of the poem “The Road to Grandma’s House” and Clayton from “The Bridge” changes from the beginning to the end of each passage. Explain how the author uses literary techniques to show this change. The speaker of “The Road to Grandma’s House” changes from describing the road as a path that is not full-fledged to a path that holds dear memories at the end. The poet uses imagery to give a visual o how the path looked like at the beginning, a path that is not full-fledged and which is not even that during wet conditions. The poet also uses visual imagery at the end to describe the path sheltered by tall swaying trees which lives forever in memories held dear to show the memories of grandma ...
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