Essay: Analysis of The red wheelbarrow
The great dependency shown on the red wheelbarrow as that allows the reader to understand the value and meaning of the dual attributes while at the same time creating a manifestation of the visual imagery. The mind has to grasp the phenomena in order to real it to real life concepts. The poem is structured in a manner in which there are four equal seized compositional units with only verb which allows for complete grammatical and semantic functioning.
This effect itself allows the reader to have delayed understanding of the meanings and the words are given deeper meaning at the same time. The reader’s mind dwells on the etymological meanings of “hangings from” etc while pondering over the word quality since each word has a distinct force attached to it. The phrase”so much” has a number of emotional meanings attached to it and only after a complex evaluation is the reader able to detect the meaning behind it. After identifying the number of complex ways, the reader reverts to the actual meanings behind the complex words and visuals. The mind’s dependence is contrasted to the parallels that exist within the words and the sentences.