Every Cat Has a Story

Student’s Name Professor’s Name Subject Date Analysis of “Every Cat has a Story” by Naomi Shihab Nye In this essay, we shall analyze the paragraphs and situations of the poem that caught our attention in the most vivid way. In order to thoroughly analyze them, we aim to cite them and then point at the discussable issues “We buried our faces  in her sweet fur.” We consider that this verse uses a metaphor to convey the softness of the cat, and the sensation of caressing the animal. The sweetness can relate to the love the owner feels toward the cat, and the well-being of having a pet. “At night she played sonatas on my quilt.” This one refers to the meowing, or yowling...

An detailed analysis of The Arrival of the Bee Box : by Sylvia Plath

Name: Tutor’s name: Course: Date: The arrival of the bee box analysis The poem “The Arrival of the Bee Box” was written by Sylvia Plath in the year 1962. The poem has seven stanzas that are made of five lines each and an extra line at the end. The author uses the poem to express his frustration about life. The poem uses short lines and the word “I” is recurrent in each stanza. The poem has no repetitive rhyme or metre, but the poem uses metaphors, similes, rhyme and allusion. Let us now look at a detailed analysis of each stanza and line. The first stanza starts with the line ‘I ordered this, clean wood box’ and goes use other very interesting words in the subsequent lines like...