The Bridge Builder by Will Allen Dromgoole Essay | The Bridge Builder by Will Allen Dromgoole

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The Bridge Builder by Will Allen Dromgoole

Summary: Critiques the poem The Bridge Builder by Will Allen Dromgoole. Explores major themes and literary techniques used by Dromgoole.
In the poem, "The Bridge Builder," by Will Allen Dromgoole, an old man crosses a swift moving river, which at that time, was at high tide. When he succeeded, he decided to build a bridge. While he was building it, a fellow traveler came along and asked why he was building a bridge if he had already crossed. The old man told him that it would be kind and unselfish to build a safer way for others to get across the water. We could learn a lesson from this man. In the following lines that are provided, they will show how Mr. Dromgoole wants everyone not to be selfish and that you should think about others- not just about yourself.

The first point of proof, which shows the reader that we should be kind and unselfish, is located in stanza two, lines 3, 4, and...

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