In The Orchard
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|In The Orchard
An Interpretation of “In the Orchard”
For any educator that is searching for a poem to arouse the interest of students enlisted in upper level literature classes, the poem “In the Orchard” by Muriel Stuart, written in the early twentieth century, conveys the ageless theme of unrequited love. The poem has all the elements of making students understand how far back the feeling of unrequited love has been around. We can understand these elements better through the rhetorical strategies.
A rhetorical strategy that this poem has is dialogue. The whole poem contains dialogue between the boy and girl who plan to meet each other in the orchard to be alone.
“But I gave you everything.”
“Well, you shouldn’t have done it. You know what a fellow thinks
when a girl does that.” “Yes, he talks of her over his drinks
And calls her a ______.”
The issue that the boy and girl are discussing is still v...
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