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In most of his poems, Carol had many ways of making fun over most of the conventions
of his season. For instance, in most of his poems, he encouraged most of the children to keep
working hard to stay as good people deserved and, to accomplish all that they were required to
do. In the “Sea Dirge,” the writer tries to make some fun of the most popular poems known to
wax eloquent on information about the sea. From Carol mind, a sea can be described as the place
where someone goes to wet their feet, the case of seasickness, or ruined foods since the sand gets
into someone’s tea. He thinks it as a place where individual might fall the cliff and slip on some
of the rocks. It is also a place where everyone has to put up with so many things since people
have to watch the nannies, their charges, and the things that might not be very pleasing to the
eyes. This essay will look into the literary devices that the author has used to describe the theme
of the poem. The poem discusses hatred for some things in the world that are different from one
person to the other. He refers to the things that he hates most as the sea. The sea is vast thus; the
things he hates are also widespread.
The poem can be said to be an anti-ode to a sea. In his poem, he writes, “there are some
things,” and outlines them as “spider, income taxes, ghost, umbrella, and gout,” that he hates.
However, of all the things, he hates the sea mostly. The poem, therefore, gives a list of most of

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the things that other people should hate. It is sometimes hilarious since it may supersede or go
against the normal preconceptions that we have over the sea as the beautiful theme. As the
inspiration for the lyrical poetry, the author writes that “beat the dog,” this would in turn make it
howl eventually. This is cruel, but it is all right for a spree. He compares this act to the sea,
which further shows the hatred he has towards it. The poem thus shows the inability of the writer
to adapt to the sea, which he perceives as a threat to, is sanity or reality. The poet assumes to
know all the things that one needs to know about all the milieu of a sea, and there is nothing to
strike this fancy. However, the poem has two fantasy novel and is meant to be humorous.
In sharing of stories and poetic information, the literal devices have been an important
part in the development of tone and plot. Poetic evolved together with the complexity of
techniques that are available to the authors. The elements are fundamental even though they do
not have a direct relationship with the conscious choices such as themes or tones. Some
techniques are also intentional, which includes foreshadowing and the red herrings. The poem,
A Sea Dirge” by Lewis Carroll, has used some literary elements or devices in deriving the
theme that author wanted to pass. The major theme that can easily be felt in the poem is hatred.
He compares the sea to everything he finds unpleasant to the eyes and, which are not easier to
adapt.
Lewis Carroll used metaphor in the poem to derive the theme of the poem. He used the
most common way of comparing different things by stating that one thing is similar to the other
without using joining words. Some of the things he used were not related objects. The author
indicates that he had a vision of the nursery house cleaners and tens of thousands surely passed
before him. The nurses were leading these children who were carrying the wooden spades. The
author indicates that these events were all by the sea. The relation of children with wooden

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Surname 1 Name Course Tutor Date “A Sea Dirge” In most of his poems, Carol had many ways of making fun over most of the conventions of his season. For instance, in most of his poems, he encouraged most of the children to keep working hard to stay as good people deserved and, to accomplish all that they were required to do. In the “Sea Dirge,” the writer tries to make some fun of the most popular poems known to wax eloquent on information about the sea. From Carol mind, a sea can be described as the place where someone goes to wet their feet, the case of seasickness, or ruined foods since the sand gets into someone’s tea. He thinks it as a place where individual might fall the cliff and slip on some of the rocks. It is also a place where everyone has to put up with so many things since people have to watch the nannies, their charges, and the things that might not be very pleasing to the eyes. This essay will look into the literary devices that the author has used to describe the theme of the poem. The poem discusses hatred for some things in the world that are different from one person to the other. He refers to the things that he hates most as the sea. The sea is vast thus; the things he hates are also widespread. The poem can be said to be an anti-ode to a sea. In his poem, he writes, “there are some things,” and outlines them as “spider, income taxes, ghost, umbrella, and gout,” that he hates. However, of all the things, he hates the sea mostly. The poem, ...
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