Compare and contrast the imagery, repetition, and rhythm used in both poems to convey a theme.
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Answered by Tairra B #780586
The central narrative voice describes an African American (or Negro, in this 1923 poem), in Harlem, New ... The tone of both the narrator and the singer, with his “melancholy tone” and his playing that comes ...
Answered by Anthony G #831682
“Harlem” uses sensory details, including smell and taste, to create strong imagery.
“The Weary Blues” uses personification and onomatopoeia to create the rhythm of the blues.
“The Weary Blues” appeals to sight and hearing to create imagery and rhythm.
“Harlem” uses the repetition of questions to connect personally with the reader.