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Enjambment is seen throughout "The Whipping. For example, here are lines She strikes and strikes the shrilly circling boy till the stick breaks in her hand. His tears are rainy weather to woundlike memories: Lines are an example of enjambment because the thought in these lines ends in the middle of line 11 after "hand" and a new thought begins mid-line.
This may reflect the relentless nature of the beating itself. Alliteration is a technique Hayden uses quite often in the poem, as well. In the lines quoted above, there is alliteration of words that begin with "s": Also in the above-quoted lines, we see a metaphor in lines This metaphor emphasizes the pain the boy experiences and the length of the beating.
We see repetition and contrast in "The Whipping," as well.
In line 9, Hayden repeats the word "strikes" twice and also writes the word "blows" in lines 15 and 16; the repetition helps to emphasize the brutality of the beating and, like the metaphor, the length of time it spans.
Finally, a contrast is made between the woman and the boy early in the poem: The old woman across the way is whipping the boy again and shouting to the neighborhood her goodness and his wrongs.
Robert Hayden's poem "The Whipping" features enjambment, alliteration, metaphor, repetition, and contrast to describe an old woman whipping a boy. Enjambment is seen throughout "The Whipping. "The Whipping," as we've seen, is full of violence, tears, and painful mem Tough-o-Meter "The Whipping" really isn't too difficult of a poem, even though some of . The Hollywood Reporter is your source for breaking news about Hollywood and entertainment, including movies, TV, reviews and industry blogs.
The final stanza also reiterates this idea by implying that the woman achieves some sort of catharsis through the beating.The Whipping by Robert Hayden - The old woman across the way is whipping the boy again and shouting to the neighborhood her goodness and hi.
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