Guidelines: Based on your analysis of a single poem, compose

Guidelines: Based on your analysis of a single poem, compose a five-seven-page essay with citations from at least three sources. The paper needs to follow M.L.A. guidelines for style including the Works Cited page. Essentially an illustrative essay, the essays thesis will set out to argue your perceived meaning(s) of the poem, and which poetic devices lead to the meaning(s).II. OutlineA. – Introduction Introduce author, poem, and purpose of this analytical and argumentative essay. Identify what type of poem the poem is: is it narrative, lyrical, or dramatic? Is it a sonnet or an ode?– Topic and Thesis: Like the first essay, this essay is centered around analyzing a piece of literature from the perspective of all of the poetic devices utilized by the author, and arguing which conventions bring out the overall meaning of the poem.B. – Explication As outlined on page 56 in Reading and Writing About Literature, the explication of the poem takes what is implicit or subtle I a work of literature and makes it explicit and clear.C. Analysis you can vary the order– Person in the Poem: Who is the speaker in the poem? Is it a dramatic monologue or is the speaker the poet him or herself, as in Wordsworths lyrical poem, I Wander Lonely as a Cloud?– Meter and Rhyme: The first section of the essay should include the poem, typed, with its meter counted, its metric pattern accented, and its end-rhymes marked with letters, as shown in Literature. In two separate paragraphs, analyze the poems rhythm and rhyming, and argue what role they play in the poems overall meaning.
– Imagery: Summarize and then analyze the important images and argue for their relevance in the poems meaning.– Metaphor and Symbol: Summarize and then analyze the important metaphors and symbols and argue for their relevance in the poems meaning.