The fog comes on little cat feet. it sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches. and then moves on. which of the following

The fog comes on little cat feet. it sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches. and then moves on. which of the following is the main difference between sandburg’s “fog” and frost’s "mending wall"? a. “fog” uses metaphor, while “mending wall” does not. b. “fog” uses everyday language, while “mending wall” does not. c.“mending wall” is in free verse, while “fog” is not. d. “mending wall” is in a modern format, while “fog” is not.

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I would say that the main difference between Sandburg's Fog and Frost's Mending Wall is B. Fog uses everyday language. while Mending Wall does not.
A is incorrect because both poems use metaphors. C is incorrect because both poems are written in free verse. D is incorrect because both poems are written in the modern format.
"Fog" uses metaphors while "Mending Wall" does not
"Mending Wall" was written by an American poet Robert Frost and "Frost" written by Carl Sandburg were both written in 20th century. There are many differences in between the written poems. First, The "Fog" uses metaphor and everyday language, while "Mending Wall" does not. "Mending Wall" is written in a modern format, while the "Fog" is not.
'Mending Wall' is a blank verse poem written by Robert Frost and published in 1914 in a collection of poems titled North of Boston.

Carl Sandburg's poem "Fog" compares the whimsical movement of fog to that of a cat.

"Fog" uses metaphor, while "Mending Wall" does not.

Explanation:

The poem "Fog" freely uses the metaphor in its lines, as a way to obtain a more poetic and symbolic language. The poem "Mending Wall", on the other hand, does not use metaphor, but uses a modern language with a more objective meaning.

The metaphor, as you may already know, is a poetic resource that allows the author to make subjective comparisons between two things, establishing a non-literal, but highly poetic meaning to his work.

Although all of the options are correct and indeed obvious differences between both poems, the main difference is ,as previously stated, B) Carl Sandburg uses a metaphor whereas Frost doesn´t.

'Fog' employs metaphor and everyday language while 'Mending Wall' is written in a modern format; it is believed that Frost intended to create a poem using Haiku and Sandburg's work as inspiration.

The metaphor is, what we call in literature the heart of the poem. Without it the poem loses its charm.

The correct answer is B.


Read the poem “fog,” by carl sandburg. the fog comes on little cat feet. it sits looking over harbor

The main difference between Sandburg’s “Fog” and Frost’s "Mending Wall" is "Fog" uses metaphor, while "Mending Wall" does not.

"Fog" is most likely Carl Sandburg's best-known poem and has been a prevalent decision for examine since it was first distributed in Chicago Poems in 1916.

Sandburg was propelled to compose it one day while out strolling close to Chicago's Grant Park. He had with him a book of Japanese haiku, the short 17-syllable lyrics that catch embodiments of the regular world.

He was headed to meet somebody and had some extra time, so he stated "Fog" and created what is basically a haiku into something more.

Written in 1914, Mending Wall is a poem in clear verse that remaining parts pertinent for these unverifiable circumstances. It includes two provincial neighbors who one spring day meet to stroll along the divider that isolates their properties and repair it where required.

Carl Sandberg is describing the pleasant feeling of being shrouded in fog and how it arrives gently, sits for awhile then moves on so is unobtrusive whereas Robert Frost in Mending Wall there is a strong skepticism about his neighbour's dictum that "good walls make good neighbours" and his feelings of misgivings about maintaining a wall between adjacent properties when there are no cows to corral or no obvious practical reasons for the wall. 
The main difference between Sandburg’s “Fog” and Frost’s "Mending Wall" is that A. “Fog” uses metaphor, while “Mending Wall” does not.
B is incorrect because both poems use everyday language. C is incorrect because both poems are written in free verse. D is incorrect because both poems are in modern format. 

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