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DIDL+T=S

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Anissa Rodriguez

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Transcript of DIDL+T=S

The
DIDLS+T=S
Project

Diction
The Sunflower Sutra:
"A
perfect
beauty of a sunflower! A
perfect
excellent lovely sunflower existence"
Imagery
The Sunflower Sutra:
"The
oily water
on the river mirrored the
red sky
, sun sank on top of final Frisco peaks, no fish in that stream, no hermit in those mounts.." (Industrial)
"The dress of
dust
that veil of
darkened
railroad skin, that
smog
of cheek"
Details
The Sunflower Sutra:
Ginsberg uses specific details in order to emphasize the contrast between the sunflower and its surroundings
"We're not our skin of grime, we're not our dread bleak
dusty imageless
locomotive, were all
beautiful golden
sunflowers inside.."
Language
The Sunflower Sutra:
Tone
The Sunflower Sutra:
Style
The Sunflower Sutra: Persuasive
Analysis
Video
Created by:
Anissa Rodriguez, Natalia de Leon, Camila Perales, and Kelsi Mcdonough

Contemplations:
"But man was made for
endless immortality
."
Rhyme scheme (
ABABCCC
)
"To
Thetis' house
, where all embrace and greet."
Contemplations:
"But hundred brooks in thy clear waves do meet, so hand in hand along with thee they glide, To Thetis' house, where all embrace and greet"
Contemplation:
Bradstreet also uses details to emphasize contrast.
"If
winter
come and greenness then do
fade
,
a
spring
returns, and they more
youthful
made;"
Contemplations:
Contemplations:
Contemplations: Descriptive
Syntax
The Sunflower Sutra:
Contemplations:
Rhyme Scheme: ABABCCC
"...prime
...green
...time
...seen
...fade
...made
...laid
Imagery means to use figurative language to represent objects, actions and ideas in such a way that it appeals to our physical senses
The Sunflower Sutra
Author:
Allen Ginsberg
Year of Publication:
1955

Contemplations
Author:
Anne Bradstreet
Year of Publication:
1678
The language of this piece is also
figurative
. The author is comparing the force and strength of a river with that of a human.
Ex.
"I marked, nor crooks, nor rubs that there did lie
Could hinder ought, but still augment its force."
'What doesn't kill you makes you stronger'- referring to human nature
The language of this piece is
figurative
and
symbolic
because the author wants to convey the idea that the sunflower is a representation of beauty or innocence, while everything around it is society
Ex.
"Poor dead flower? When did you forget you were a flower? When did you look at your skin and decide you were an impotent dirty old locomotive?"
The tone of this piece is
contemplative
. The author is thinking and reflecting on an issue.
Ex. constant questioning
The tone of this piece is
motivational
and
optimistic
. The author uses the river to show us that we need to be like it and never giving up until we reach the goal in mind.
Ex.
"Nor is it rocks or shoals that can obstruct thy pace."
Rhetorical Questions:
"Shall I then praise the heavens, the trees, the earth
Because their beauty and their strength last longer?"
Long, flowing, compound-complex sentences:
"Jack Kerouac sat beside me on a busted rusty iron pole, companion, we thought the same thoughts of the soul, bleak and blue and sad-eyed surrounded by the gnarled steel roots of trees of machinery"
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