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Loneliness in Paul Simon's "I Am a Rock"

Summary: This essay deals with the topic of loneliness in the song "I am a Rock" written by Paul Simon.
Loneliness affects everyone at some point in time during their life, and each person handles the feeling in their own way. While some people immerse themselves in various activities to absolve the feeling, others further detach themselves from society as they believe that this will save them from the hurt loneliness causes. The song I Am a Rock by Paul Simon speaks of a person's loneliness and how he has isolated himself from the rest of the world to spare himself the pain and sorrow the world causes him. He believes that the only way to stop the pain of loneliness is to build an emotional wall to hide behind, and that he is better off without other people in his life. Simon uses a variety of poetic devices throughout the poem that convey the characters emotions to the reader...

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