In today's podcast we focus on the poet's use of sound as a poetic technique. There are numerous specific devices and tools a writer can employ for "special effects", but it's not so necessary to get that technical when you first start working with a poem. Being aware of how certain sounds can create a rhythm or flow to a line or sequence of words and how sound can just as well be used to interrupt or even stop that flow is something to easily pick up. In today's poem selection, listen carefully to how Robert Frost uses sound within his classic "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening." For a copy of the poem, some notes and guidance about the poet's use of sound, as well as other insights to working with poems and other pieces of literature please visit our website at https://www.eliteliterarybookgroup.com/ .
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