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Stylistic Analysis of the poem"Leisure" By William Davies
In this critical summary analysis of the poem "Leisure", we shall discuss various aspects of the poem. The poet says that man has everything except leisure. In his opinion man has entangled himself in responsibilities and worries. Man has no time to enjoy natural beauty around him. The poet laments that man of today cannot find any moment to see numerous beautiful scenes even in broad day light. He says the colorful budding flowers shine in the day like stars at night but man passes them without any interest in them.
Education for Leisure Education for leisure is about a young man aged years old who has an obsession to kill things in his home. The poem tells us all the things he kills and how he does it like squashing files against the window with his thumb. He lets us know that he wants to be famous and will do anything to get it. Even though he thinks he is a superstar. The boy in the poem sees life as a. What is stylistics?
The poem has 14 lines and each stanza has two lines. This is what we called a couplet. Each couplet rhymes.
The researcher has tried to highlight the dilemma of modern man described in the poem leisure by William Davies. Modern man is so much engrossed in getting and spending that he has no time to see and enjoy the beauty of nature. Nature is present everywhere in its full bloom and splendour but modern man is so much pre-occupied with worldly pursuits and materialistic designs that he has no time to see and enjoy the beauty manifested in various forms. The natural elements present an invitation to man but a modern man,being busy in rat race, refuses their invitation. He has declared blunt refusal to his aesthetic sense and replaced it with lust for money and other worldly designs. Even animals are much better than man because they live in the heart of nature and enjoy its company.