The Highwayman

The Highwayman

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  • The Highwayman is in love with the Landlords daughter.
  • Alliteration - " Over the cabbles he clattered and clashed, in the dark inn-yard."
  • The Highwayman left his loved one to go steal stuff.
  • Rhyme - ''One kiss, my bony sweetheart, i'm after a prize tonight, but I shall be back with the yellow gold before  morning light." 
  • Beth was tied up while her love was gone.
  • Repetition  -   "Watch for me by moonlight, Ill come to thee by moonlight, though hell, should bar the way."
  • The Alliteration describes the sounds when he's riding the horse.
  • Beth had killed herself so the highwayman could get away.
  • Onomatopoeia - Tlot,tlot,tlot,tlot!, had they heard it?
  • The Rhyming  makes the poem feel more romantic.
  • The Highwayman erred    back for revenge after he found out what   happened, but died.
  • Imagery - "His face grew gray."
  • The Repetition  shows the reader how  important  this part is.
  • At the end of the story, the Highwayman and Beth were still in love even though they were ghosts.
  • Onomatopoeia - "Over the cobbles he clatters and clangs in the dark inn-yard."
  • The Onomatopoeia  shows the sounds of the horse noises when he's riding his horse.
  • The Imagery shows you what the character looks like.
  • The Onomatopoeia    shows the noises in the poem.
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