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  • Symbolism
  • Imagery
  • Figurative Language
  • For the listener, who listens in the snow
  • Allegory
  • Near the middle of the poem, Stevens begins to focus on sound imagery with "misery in the sound of the wind" and "the sound of a few leaves." This leaves the poem wide open to suddenly speak about "the listener" which could be the speaker or US, as readers.
  • Allusion
  • The paradox in this is that a snowman is winter embodied; it is unemotional and sees only actuality.Winter is given human characteristics through the personification of the snowman.
  • Metaphor
  • "Behold nothing that is not there"
  • "Nature," in particular the famous passage in which Emerson describes himself crossing a bare Common, and finding himself on "bare ground' where he be comes one with nature, through the vehicle of his "transparent eyeball."
  • One must have a mind of winter To regard the frost and the boughs, meaning that a person must have a mind of winter and understand how it feels to be sad that they must have been sad before
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