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The proposed text of the commentary is the rhyme LXVI delpoeta Gustavo Adolfo Becquer Seville. Within the series that are usually grouped Becquer's poems, rhyme LXVI belongs to the fourth, which unsent pain and anxiety is projected on the human condition, lamuerte, the question of immortality. This series ranges from the LXXIX.La Liia rhyme Becquer's work is in the current post-Romantic, which is characterized by simplicity, melancholy, ... ; Observable theTOPICS, vocabulary ... (2. Subject) The subject of rhyme is the question and answer on the fate and elorigen. The poet answered himself saying Sonel pain and neglect, respectively. (3. Structure) The rhyme could be divided into two parts biendiferenciadas, which match each of the stanzas in the poem that estáformado. The first part, which corresponds to the primeraestrofa, the author wonders about the origin. The second part, which corresponds to the segundaestrofa, the author wonders about the destination. 3.1.(Poetic language) The poem consists of sixteen lines assonance rhyming pairs, all of them grouped in two stanzas of eight lines each una.Hay be noted that this poem has a peculiar metric (common in losartan especially romantic and Becquer) , while the first stanza of each cincoversos alternates with heptasyllables hendecasyllable the TResult verses are occupied by them. The two stanzas have a similar meter and rhyme and rhythm sucomposición gives a very marked externally and internally. There are also chelates quedestacar importance of rhyme is down, so we can see chelae last three lines of each stanza are the climax of the poem, in cualesse find the most interesting of the poem.

(4.Estilo) The first thing to note is nothing observed elpoema treatment environment in which the author takes us. This landscape, along with the personification of nature (Brambles acute v.6; piedrasolitaria, v.13, ...), we are presented with a typically romantic, some would say that it is specifically Nordic (eternasnieves Valley, v.11, dark and dreary moor, v. 9; ...). This is because The influence of the Romantic artists of northern Europe. Apart from these details, we should note the estructuraparalelística and metaphorical, in which the poet has managed to create two estrofassimétricas. From the beginning and end varioselementos should be noted, such as that from the first verse is present yopoético. The poet addresses you do not seem to be now that of LAAM, but a generic, perhaps the author himself unfolded, perhaps the readers here that particularly touches you. It should be noted at the beginning, as the author magistralmentepor through a rhetorical question we introduced the topic without any derodeo. Also from the beginning and end losde comment that there is a verse and another created a clear antithesis in which configured as first stanza contrasts (origin) with the second (destination) ( "Where I come from?, V.1, ... crib, v.8 / Where do I go?; V.9; ... tomb, v.16). Enjambment, the poem uses enjambment to highlight the sense pessimistic in losversos overlap. Epithet (Adjetivoque not add information to the noun it qualifies) hard rock, melancholic brumas.Hipérbole (exaggeration things) deeternas snow valley. The end of each stanza, categorical and categorical intended to evoke the beginning and end of each of the things that inhabit dailymail.

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