[Get Solution] Suffered Breath
Poem:3-Note the alliterations and the assonances. What effect do they produce?8-What does the poet ask for?DEPUIS AKKAD DEPUIS ELAM DEPUIS SUMERPAR AIME CÉSAIREAwakener, snapper,Suffered breath, rushing breathMaster of the three paths, you have in front of you a man who has walked a lot.SinceElam.SinceAkkad.SinceSumer.Master of the three paths, you have in front of you a man who has carried a lot.SinceElam.SinceAkkad.SinceSumer.I carried the body of the commander.I carried the commander’s railroad.I carried the commander’s locomotive, the commander’s cotton.I carried on my woolly head that goes so well on the padGod, the machine, the road – theCommander’s God.Master of the three paths I carried under the sun, I carried in the fog I carried on the shards of embers of the Manian ants.I carried the parasol I carried the explosive I carried the straitjacket.SinceAkkad.SinceElam.SinceSumer.Master of the three paths,Master of the three channels, please that for once – the first sinceAkkad sinceElam sinceSumer – the muzzle more leathery apparently than the callus of my feet but in reality softer than the meticulous beak of the raven and as if draped, bitter folds mygray borrowed skin (livery that men impose on me every winter) I advance through the dead leaves of my little wizarding steptowards where triumphantly threatens the inexhaustible injunction of men thrown to the gnarled sneers of the hurricane.SinceElam sinceAkkad sinceSumer.
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