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?Commentary on Ode à Cassandre and Sonnet XVI

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?Commentary on Ode à Cassandre and Sonnet XVI

Ode à Cassandre is the first part of Ronsard?s Ode. Along with Sonnet XVI, although having different features, they both demonstrate similarities in some way and both have the ultimate goal of revealing their central themes. The commentary will discuss both poems through different aspects, including vocabularies, syntax, imagery, form, rhetorical devices and allusions.

Metaphor is the dominant feature of Ode à Cassandre and it is used throughout the poem. At the beginning of the poem, the poet calls the ?Mignonne? (l.1) to witness the beauty of the rose. By using human features such as ?sa robe? (l.3) and ?son teint? (l.6), the poet implicitly tells the readers that ?la rose? refers to the lady, who is Cassandre, given that the title addresses directly to his beloved one. The use of metaphor elucidates the poet?s emotions, the readers know that he is profoundly affected and drawn by the rose?s beauty through such rhetorical figure.

While metaphor runs through the poem, the beauty of the rose is depicted in a majestic tone. By using words such as ?robe? (l.3), ?pourpre? (l.3) and ?beautés? (l.9), the poet praises its beauty. At the same time, praising his lover?s beauty by comparing her with the rose, ?son teint au vostre pareil? (l.6), suggesting that her beauty is unique and almost surpasses the beauty of nature, showing his admiration towards Cassandre.

The poem itself is dynamic, while saying previously that the rose is beautiful even under the glory of the sun (?sa robe de pourpre au Soleil?, (l.3)), the ephemerality of the rose demonstrates a fast-moving image. While the first stanza demonstrates the rose?s extraordinary beauty, the second stanza shows a dramatic contrast. Words such as ?laissé choir? (l.9), suggest that the rose?s ?beauty is fading away. The verbe ?laissé? also signi...


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