Kenneth slessor the night ride analysis [description] invariably, as we progressed, universal men-women issues would come up, and we would spend time in gender groups.
Slessor uses many types of imagery however death, time and water are the main ones he uses these in his poems night ride, out of time, five bells and beach burial slessor in night ride talks about the journey of life, he talks of death as being slow, depressive and lonely he says, soon i shall look out into nothing but blackness. Bells cry out, the night-ride starts again soon i shall look out into nothing but blackness, pale, windy fields, the old roar and knock of the rails melts in dull fury pull down the blind sleep sleep nothing but grey, rushing rivers of bush outside gaslight and milk-cans of rapptown i recall nothing else. In addition, night-ride is overly sleepy in tone and tells about a originate trip slessor ttok finally, beach burial will be discussed about its anti-war themes william street is a very colourful poem by slessor.
The night-ride----by kenneth slessor the poem the night-ride is written by the poet kenneth slessor it is about when he is travelling on a train, and witnesses a few soldiers catching the same train.
Poetry of kenneth slessor hi i have an assessment coming up about slessor's poetry if anyone has any notes or any info about country towns and one of his other poems, preferably beach burial or the night ride, could you please post. The night ride by kenneth slessor commentsgas flaring on the yellow platform voices running up and down milktins in cold dented silver halfawake i stare pull up the blind blink out all sounds page.
Why does slessor describe the departing travellers outside the train as 'black' and 'sinister' why do you think that slessor refers to the passengers as lumbering what is the meaning of 'dragged by private fates.