Denotation In Michael Meyer's Literature To Go

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Michael Meyer, the author of Literature To Go, addresses the area of word choice, word order, and tone in poetry on pages 371 through 376. In his view, diction by poets is meticulous considering their intent for a word can have a myriad of meanings to reflect different circumstances within the poem. With an assortment of diction in which to choose, from formal diction to jargon, poets are given a verbal arsenal in which to deliver a visualized story that the reader is drawn into. The author next delves into the differences between denotations and connotations and how both can be utilized to provide depth to a poem through diversity in meanings for certain well-placed words. The linkage between connotation and advertising exactly illustrates

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