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L'Estaque and Cezanne's Port

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Mitchell Pound

on 1 October 2013

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Transcript of L'Estaque and Cezanne's Port

L'Estaque and Cezanne's Ports
Painting Vs. Poem
Rhyme Scheme
There is no rhyme scheme represented in the poem.
In the foreground we see
time and life
swept in a race
toward the left hand side of the picture
where shore meets shore.

But that
meeting place
isn't represented;
it doesn't occur
on the canvas.

For the other side of the bay
is
Heaven and Eternity,
with a bleak white haze over its
mountains.

And the immense
water
of L’Estaque is a
go-between
for minute rowboats


Cezanne's Ports

In the foreground we see time and life
swept in a race
toward the left hand side of the picture
where shore meets shore.

But that meeting place
isn't represented;
it doesn't occur on the canvas.

For the other side of the bay
is Heaven and Eternity,
with a bleak white haze over its mountains.

And the immense water of L'Estaque is a go-between
for minute rowboats.
In the foreground we see time and
life
swept in a
race
toward the left hand side of the
picture
where shore meets
shore
.

But that meeting
place
isn't
represented
;
it doesn't occur on
canvas
.

For the other side of the
bay
is Heaven and
Eternity
with a bleak white haze over its
mountains
.

And the immense water of L'Estaque is a go-
between
for minute
rowboats
.

Mitchell Pound & Nathan Sorensen
Paraphrase
The mountains in the distance are heaven compared to the busy harsh, city life. The only thing conecting them is the lake, that you can only traverse by small rowboats that must go back to the city eventually
Summary of Our Thoughts
The painting is very gloomy and sad, but the mountains gave hope. The poem emphasized that idea.
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