yes there is definitely onomatopoeia used in Paul reveres ride. one example of this is when it says he heard the crowing of the cock
Paul Revere is the main character in the poem Paul Revere's Ride. He has a friend who helps to prepare signal lanterns before Paul's ride but the friend's name is never used.
metaphors used in poem
Metaphors are used to make a piece of information imaginative and creative.
no but there are simile and metaphors
Martin Luther-King used metaphors in his speeches to make them more meaningful.
personaly maybe page 117
"i am a kinght"
April 18, 1775. Revere didn't finish the ride and was arrested. Longfellow wrote about it 1861 in his poem trying to get people to remember how this country was established on the eve of civil war. It was not meant to be a history lesson by the poet and because people have used his poem as fact the myth of Paul Revere is taken as history.
Metaphors, personification, ext. metaphors, irony, alliteration, assonance, and consonace, AABB rhyme, rythm, repetition
They used a large on a lighthouse, also Paul Revere, William Prescott, and Philip Dawes rode thought Lexington and Concord warning the militia. Paul Revere was arrested, Philip Dawes ran away and Prescott was the only one who made it all the way through, everyone just exaggerated Reveres accomplishments and gave no credit to Prescott
Oh yes, metaphors are used quite often in poetry. A good metaphor is poetic. Next to rhyme and meter, there is nothing more typical of poetry than metaphor.
People use metaphors to give the poem some rhythm to it. It can also be used as a kind of help when you can't find rhymes. But most importantly metaphors give the poem an affect depending on what the metaphor is.
The purpose of the ride was to warn the Son's of Liberty of the British movements. They were hiding arms and powder in Concord 20 miles outside of Boston. He never finished the ride and was arrested early before he could reach Lexington. The reason we know about him is because a 100 years later Longfellow wrote a poem called THE MIDNIGHT RIDE OF PAUL REVERE on the eve of the civil war. His purpose was to remind the country of the foundations and history of the United States. This poem has been taken as fact and used as history, but it is not the REAL history of this event.
this is a metaphor. like or as are used in simlies, in metaphors people use was and were and stuff
Figurative language such as personification, similes and metaphors.