xplain in detail the metaphors featured in “In A Station Of The Metro.”

#1. (25 pts.): On “My Last Duchess”: What details in the poem lead us to the conclusion that the Duke treats everything in his life, including people, as objects only to satisfy him? Write at least 100 words.
#2 (25 pts.): “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” begins with a beautiful simile (‘Let us go then, you and I,/When the evening is spread out against the sky/Like a patient etherized upon a table;’). But does it make any sense? Do two things here in your answer. First, see if you can EXPLICATE the imagery of this simile. Next, answer the question (a full paragraph) whether this simile contributes to the THEME of modern alienation we have discussed. Write att least 100 words.
#3 (25 pts.): From “The love Song…”, choose a good example of SYNECDOCHE (or Metonymy–the two terms are close in meaning) that you can find in the poem that best reflects the poem’s theme–thoughtfully explain WHY this synecdoche is thematic in a fully developed paragraph. Write at least 100 words
#4 (25pts.): Explain in detail the metaphors featured in “In A Station Of The Metro.”

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