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  • T is for Tone- I believe the author's tone in this poem is desperate, almost as if the author is desperate to have the hope that the little bird has.
  • W is for What Is Happening- In the poem 'Hope is the Thing With Feathers' a nightingale is chirping a sweet song. The bird represents hope and perseverance. Even when things get rough, the bird keeps on singing.
  • I is for Imagery- In the poem when the line "And sweetest in the gale is heard," appears, I strongly feel you can hear the sweet chirp of a nightingale.
  • S is for Style- This style of poetry follows a particular rhyme scheme. This poem is also written in first person point of view, like most of the poems written by the same poet.
  • "I've heard it in the chillest land-"
  • T is for Theme- The theme of this poem is that hope can be found in all sorts of things, such a s a nightingale, person, or place!
  • Emma Brandenburg 4th Period
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