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Essay | Literary Analysis of "Boy at the Window"

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Literary Analysis of "Boy at the Window"

Summary: Literary Analysis of the poem, "Boy at the Window" by Richard Wilbur.
As a child, I looked at things in different ways than I do now. For example, I thought as if stuffed animals were real. People talking and singing from a car radio, I pictured them as the tiny little people singing all of this in the roof of our car. When you are older and realize that that isn't true, you look back and almost wish it were. In this poem, this little boy actually thinks this snowman as a real living creature. Richard Wilbur uses setting, character and point of view to make the snowman come to life in the poem "Boy at the Window," for example.

The setting is a pretty big part in making the snowman come to life. As said in the first stanza, "seeing the snowman standing all alone, in the dark and cold is more than he...

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