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    Heinrich Heine's "A Young Man Loves a Maiden"

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    Heinrich Heine, "A Young Man Loves a Maiden"

    Analysis of the poem:
    --Speaker, listener, situation, any terms that need definition
    --Symbols and/or imagery and/or sound devices (alliteration, assonance)
    --Figurative language (personification, simile, metaphor, paradox, etc.)

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    As you briefly explicate "A Young Man Loves a Maiden," please note that Heinrich Heine uses sound devices, such as rhyme scheme effectively to give a sense of musicality to ...

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    Heinrich Heine's "A Young Man Loves a Maiden" is briefly explicated.