This creates some semblance of proportionality between the stanzas and the whole poem.
However, the structure of the lines is not uniform throughout the poem.
It is also made clear that the weather is cold, and that is why the soldier carries an overcoat.
It is probably in winter, and the soldier is headed to the battle line.
He has won many awards in his field, including the 1964’s Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.
The latter was in recognition for one of his works, For two years (between 19), he fought for America during World War II.In four stanzas and sixteen lines, Louis takes the reader through the horrors of war, which is the major theme of this poem.In this paper, the author is going to provide the reader with a critique of this poem.The poem will be critiqued using the formalist criticism theory.Among the issues that will be addressed in this critique is the structure and organization of the poem, the way the poem begins and how it proceeds from the beginning.The poem paints a horrific picture of what the soldier goes through in the battle field.The poem ends with the persona telling the reader what they remembered about the battle.Through the experience of one man, the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, accurately depicts the historical record of slave life in its descriptions of the often brutal and quixotic relationship between master and slave and of the fragmentation of slave families.March, 1923, Louis Aston Marantz Simpson is one of America’s best know poets.The author will also look at how the poem ends, the plot of the work and how this plot is related to the structure of the poem.The poem is structured in four stanzas and sixteen lines (Poetry365 1-16).