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Answer after you have read the poem for the first time. a. The poem is about a) the sea b) a dog c) a dog in the sea d) the sea being compared to a dog
The sea
b) You find the poem: a) amusing b) interesting c) absurd d) boring
Name the poem and the poet.
The sea is a hungry dog. Which three actions of the sea, as described by the poet in the first stanza of the poem, illustrate the comparison with a hungry dog?
Mention at least three other aspects of the sea that prompt a comparison with a dog in the first two stanzas of the poem.
Does the poet continue comparing the sea to a dog in the third stanza? In what way is the behaviour of the sea different in the third stanza of the poem as compared to its description in the first two stanzas?
What does the phrase ‘hour upon hour’ suggest?
What poetic device has the poet used in the poem?

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