Answer in Brief
Like part one, the second part also has a number of literary devices. List them out in the same way as you had done in question number seven and explain them.
|1. out of the sea come he,||Personification: The sun has been compared to a human being capable of movement.|
|2. And it would work’em woe.||Alliteration: The letter’ w’ has been repeated thrice.|
|3. Nor dim nor red, like God’s own head,||Simile: Sun has been compared to God’s glorious head.|
|4. The fair breeze blew, the white foam flew The furrow followed free||Alliteration: The letter ‘f has been repeated and blew and flew has repetition of ew sound.|
|5. And we did speak only to break the silence of the sea!||Hyperbole: The speakers have exaggerated their action of speaking.|
|6. All in a hot and copper sky the bloody sun at noon||Metaphor: Sky and the sun have been indirectly compared to copper and blood respectively.|
|7. As idle as a painted ship||Simile: The ship has been compared to a painting.|
|8. Day after day, day after Say||Repetition: The words have been repeated.|
|9. Water, water every where not any drop to drink.||Irony: Though there is lot of water but the sailors could not drink even a single drop.|
|10. The death-fires danced at night.||Personification: Fire has been shown as doing a dance of death.|
Concept: Reading Skill (Textual)
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