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Foreshadowing The entire point of the piece is that, to the townspeople, there is no warning of Richard Cory's distress or impending death. Genre This is a short-form poem.
He dressed neatly and conservatively. Update this section! Climax The climax of the piece occurs in the last line, where Richard Cory shoots himself in the head, apparently without warning.
He also shows that it is the townspeople, and not Cory, that seem to define these positions. In short, we held him on top of a pedestal, and dreamed of being up there with him. Robinson's Poetry Buy Now Although it is written by an American poet and set in an American town, connotation is used to suggest a noble, royal image of Richard Cory.
Onomatopoeia The phrase "fluttered pulses" is onomatopoeic. Certainly in modern times it is common for industrialists, real estate magnates, authors, and patent or copyright holders to become richer than many hereditary heads of state.
A second reading of the poem identifies the line about wishing "we" were in Richard Cory's place as a form of ironic foreshadowing, but it cannot be seen the first time through the poem. There's a problem with this paper.