explicitvogue
  • explicitvogue
Medal + Fan! I need help with poetry!! Analyze Boris Pasternak’s mixed emotions about his current state of affairs in “The Nobel Prize.” What conclusions can you draw about how living under censorship affected him? Explain your conclusions and support them with at least two details from the poem.
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explicitvogue
  • explicitvogue
The poem: I've fallen beast-like in a snare: Light, people, freedom, somewhere bide: But at my back I hear the chase And there is no escape outside. Darkest wood and lakeside shore, Gaunt trunk of a leveled tree, My way is cut off on all sides: Let what may, come; all's one to me. Is there some ill I have committed? Am I a murder, miscreant? For I have made the whole world weep Over the beauty of my land But even at the very grave I trust the time shall come to be When over malice, over wrong, The good will win its victory.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you think @explicitvogue
explicitvogue
  • explicitvogue
I honestly have no clue. I'm terrible at english and poetry @midnighti

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Poetry is not my strongest but I will try my best to help, what grade are you in?
explicitvogue
  • explicitvogue
Okay, thank you. & I'm in 10th grade
anonymous
  • anonymous
"I've fallen beast-like in a snare: Light, people, freedom, somewhere bide: But at my back I hear the chase And there is no escape outside. " from what you read in that part of the poem, does it seem happy, sad, depressed, dark, bright, etc? I'm in 7th grade btw XD
explicitvogue
  • explicitvogue
it sounds scared or dark to me
anonymous
  • anonymous
It seems that way to me too
anonymous
  • anonymous
so that's your answer :D
explicitvogue
  • explicitvogue
thank you :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem at all :D

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