The ways Whitman’s “To a Locomotive in Winter” and Dickinson’s “I Like to see it lap the Miles” represent their common subject

Compare and contrast the ways Whitman’s “To a Locomotive in Winter” and Dickinson’s “I Like to see it lap the Miles” represent their common subject: a locomotive. What claims does each poem make abou the locomotive? What tone or attitude is taken towards the locomotive? How does each poem use specific poetic devices to create its tone?

 

 

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