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Poem My Hero - Literary Devices

Literature Form 2 (New Syllabus 2016)

Poem - My Hero
by Willis Hall


Literary Devices

Repetition
  • 'My dad's as brave as a dad can be,'  - to emphasize the persona's belief that his father is a brave man.
  •  'He's not afraid of..'  - repeated in four stanzas to emphasise the persona's father is brave.

Symbol
  • 'Dead of night' - symbolize darkness and anything and everything not feared by the persona's father
  • 'anything under the sun' - anything that can be seen during the day

Imagery
  • 'a late-night film, Full of horrors' - signifies a terrifying horror movie
  • 'vampires, or a wolf-man' - gives a clear image of horror figures
  • 'I rate him Number One' - shows the persona's pride and hero worship towards his father


Assonance
  • 'monster knocked on our door'
  • 'He'd even smile and greet them'

Alliteration
  • And things that scare most dads the most

Methaphor
The persona compares his father to a superhero who will take on ghostly or horror figures. He is a human who has supernatural courage.

Rhetorical Questions
  • 'And is he afraid of skeletons?'
  • 'Does Mum have to come and remove it?'

Irony
The irony is that the father does not seem to be afraid of horror movies and ghoulish figures like 'vampires' and even Frankenstein's monster but he is afraid of a little spider.


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