Read lines 14–22. Analyze the choice of images in this passage. To what senses does the imagery most appeal? Support your

Read lines 14–22. Analyze the choice of images in this passage. To what senses does the imagery most

appeal? Support your answers with evidence from the passage. Why might Whitman have relied more upon touch and hearing in this instance than upon visual imagery? How do you feel this vivid description furthers Whitman’s purpose.?

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