Q. 34.7( 3 Votes )
How is the idyllic juxtaposed with the pedestrian in the poem?
Nissim is one of the first poets to abandon romance and talks about daily life issues. Or rather say talk about romance in a much subtle way. He in the poem the idyllic situation of a daily-life incident is taken into consideration by the poet. This makes Nissim discuss the things that one can relate with and abandon the grandeur that most writers brought along with romance.The scene shows the pedestrian feeling when the characters talk about random things like the broken window panes or the wife rants about things that the husband should do. In this way, the idyllic juxtaposed with the pedestrian in the poem.
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