Rima VII

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rima VII The proposed text of the commentary is the rhyme of the poet VII Gustavo Adolfo Becquer Seville. Within the series that are often grouped Becquer's poems, rhyme VII belongs to the first, in which the poet dedicated to reflection on poetry. This series ranges from the rhyme I XI.La Becquer's work is in the current posrromántica, which is characterized by simplicity, melancholy, ... ; Observable on the topics, vocabulary ... . Theme The theme of this rhyme is a reflection on the art itself, and each one has within. To arouse the art that everyone has inside needs help from someone, for this reason, the author gives the example of a musical instrument (someone needs to touch him) and the Gospel of Christ's raising Lazarus orders . . Structure The poem consists of twelve verses, grouped in three quatrains decasilab rhyming assonance, except the last line is a lower metric. This last verse is a kind of summary of the three anteriores.La rhyme could be divided into two parts: The first two stanzas, whose role is the development and introduction. In this first part, the poet makes a detailed description of the harp as a symbol of the last stanza arte.La, whose function is to completion. Here the author moves from objective to subjective ARGUMENTS that artists need someone pra get all his art.


Style) First of all we must highlight the differentiated use of tenses in rhyme. While in the first stanza is dominated by imperfect verbs, as a durative (forgotten, v.2, could be seen, v.4), the second and third verse there is a greater willingness to use verbs in present tense, for actions identifiacar still underway (sleep, v.6, knows v. 8; ...) It should highlight the beginning of the poem, in which the poet uses a clear hyperbaton to position the first scene (From the dark corner instead of in the dark corner of the room). Also noteworthy in this first stanza the personification of the harp as a symbol of art (silent, dusty, ...); and the great description of the scenario in which lies the harp. This causes several compementos and after the verb, the subject is placed in the last verse, shorter, clearly defining caácte. The second stanza, which is an exclamation in itself, comparing the harp with the bird that sleeps in the branches, waiting to see the hand of snow (= artist) for the emergence of the art of it. In the third stanza is that exclamation mark the beginning (Ah, v.9) in which the poet laments that people do not help each other to raise the rt that are inside. The latter compares with a Gospel passage in which Christ makes an order by raising Lazarus, which had previously been dead.

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