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A Fairy Song by William Shakespeare

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Chelsea Bollinger

on 9 October 2012

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A Fairy Song, William Shakespeare Allison Maynard, Brittany Trivette, Chelsea Bollinger Paraphrase, Figurative Lang., Attitude, Shifts, Title Theme, Works Cited Theme. Works Cited The theme is from one fairy's point of view. Shifts. I don't think there are any shifts in this particular poem. Figurative Language. There is a rhyme scheme, ex. Dale & Pale. Imagery, the freckles on their cheeks. Attitude. The poet's tone would be excited. Paraphrase. His birth date is unknown, but he died April 23, 1616 aged 53. He was born in Stratford-upon-Avon He is often called England's national poet and "Bard of Avon." Biographical Info. William Shakespeare Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright. Title. Magical land, or, Fairy songs. Title. I thought the poem was confusing. But as I predicted, it was about the fairies. It explains to me, where the fairies live, and describes to me how they look. http://browse.deviantart.com/?qh=&section=&q=william+shakespeare+vector#/d4bqtzs
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