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    i'm doing an essay about a poem called 'come up from the fields father' by walt whitman

    i'm just a little confused at what he is describing in the stanza 4th from the end, line 4 when he says 'sickly white in the face'
    http://www.daypoems.net/poems/2029.html sorry i would copy and paste but it's not working!
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    i'm doing an essay about a poem called 'come up from the fields father' by walt whitman

    i'm just a little confused at what he is describing in the stanza 4th from the end, line 4 when he says 'sickly white in the face'
    http://www.daypoems.net/poems/2029.html sorry i would copy and paste but it's not working!
    I think he is talking about how the son is.
    Lyd

    (Original post by giddylid1)
    I think he is talking about how the son is.
    Lyd
    thanks alot, thats great
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    thanks alot, thats great
    Talking about being good at English, unregistered, you might want to note that the 'word' "alot" does NOT exist and that the correct version is "a lot" - TWO WORDS.

    Good mark loser and something I hate with a passion you can only dream of!
 
 
 

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