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John Masefields poem Sea Fever is taking about the speaker want to go back to the seas again The theme in Sea Fever is longing for freedom and an adventurous ocean is developed There use of rhythm imagery metaphor and personification John Masfield use all those things to make reader close to the sea and more understand why the speak must return to the sea Sea Fever has three stanza and rhythm which give it like a song For example line three and line ten contain the repeated consonant sound of the letter w and it is go like Each stanza star from the same stance I must go down to the seas again John use this for shows the theme more clearly A theme of longing for freedom and an adventurous ocean is developed We can see this hope easily in the poem I must go down to the seas again And the title Sea Fever shows the speaker really looking for adventurous and free life It cans references to the freedom of a sea gull and a whale line 10 The speaker use imagery to compare life to a sea voyage and portray a strong hope for the sea There have much imagery throughout the poem For example images of a gray mist and a gray dawn breaking bring the poem to life by appealing to the senses The words such as whetted and flung help reader to create a picture of the sea And also wild call and clear call that may not be denied describe a hope that is shared between the speaker and the ocean Finally images of lonely sea and vagrants gypsy life bring a freedom As a result John creates an image of powerful ocean to make reader more understand why the speaker must return to the sea John use personification brings detailed description of the ship wind and sea to the reader The
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