World Literature Studies

I’m studying and need help with a English question to help me learn.

I need short anser for that like one sentence but make understand

Like primitives we buried the cat
with his bowl. Bare-handed
we scraped sand and gravel
back into the hole. It fell with a hiss
and thud on his side,
on his long red fur, the white feathers
that grew between his toes, and his
long, not to say aquiline, nose.
We stood and brushed each other off.
There are sorrows much keener than these.
Silent the rest of the day, we worked,
ate, stared, and slept. It stormed
all night; now it clears, and a robin
burbles from a dripping bush
like the neighbor who means well
but always says the wrong thing

1. How do the descriptions of the cat the white feathers/between his toes”- affect your reading of the poem?

2. Why do you think Kenyon titles the poem “The Blue ” rather than, perhaps The Cat’s Bowl”?

3. What is the effect of being reminded that there are sorrows keener than these?

4.Why is the robins’s song “the wrong thing”?

World Literature Studies

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