the mood of the poem le loupgarou
what are the shared themes used the the poem Le loupgarou by Derek Walcott
what is the mood in the poem le loup garou
April 29 1979
"Le Loupgarou" is a poem by Walcott. The old women gossip about Le Loupgarou, and in doing so, they elect to ostracize him because of his greed. Note that the word lycanthrope is a synonym for werewolf and loupgarou. Loupgarou preyed on the people in town "selling his sick fruit" - perhaps drugs.
reality, illusion, evil, good
what is the effictiveness of the figurative device use le loupgarou
it is about a man named le brun who was ostricised by his community ,he was once a man who was rich but it is said that his greed was what brought him down (he sold his soul to the devil). it is said that at nights he turned himself into a werewolf [le loupgarou] or a lycanthrope to create mischive. the poem is fiction that is why the title is written in quotation marks to say that it is a false story or its not true or its just a story told by the old women sewing under their eaves. le loupgarou means a werewolf.
sweat with precision ! (y)
The five literary devices in the poem Le Loupgarou are Oxymoron :christian witches.this is to say that there women who were so called christian that gossip about Le Brun changing into a werewolf. Alliteration A Curious Tale that threaded the town Symbolism through greying women sewing under eaves which means that grey represent old. it also have personification and Imagery .