by Edgar Allan Poe
occasion they are for.
words tinkling and jingling to represent the bells. When he uses these words, it sets a happy and
jolly type of mood for the reader. It starts the poem out in a warn and happy manner.
happiness, but in a different way. Although they have the same meaning of joy they clearly have
different sounds. He also describes how they bring a sense of joy, and some what of a fortune, for
clanging, clashing, and roaring to give a sense of alarm. He describes how the bells clamor and
clangor out of tune in order to send the message of alarm to those around it.
I think that Poe repeated everything so that people get a sense of what really is happening.
But I think, when he says things over, and over like the word Bells, it starts to get boring and
annoying to me. Poe probably wrote about these different bells for all the moods he has had in his
life. This poem was hard to understand, but good. The words he used were pretty good. His
choice of words went well with his poem.