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“The Wednesday before last, Shelley, Hunt and I, wrote each a sonnet on the river Nile: some day you shall read them all.” – Life, Letters &c., 1848, Volume 1, page 98
Son of the old Moon-mountains African!
The poet starts the poem by comparing the river Nile to a son, whose father is the Moon mountain range which is situated in Africa John Keats directly addresses the river Nile adding an apostrophe to the sonnetSon is a metaphor which is a direct comparison to the river Nile, through which the poet attempts to add emphasis to its male characteristics. At the same time, the attribution of human characteristics can be seen as an anthropomorphism.old Moon-mountain range is the parent of the river Nile according to the poet, thus it can be introduced as a personification.
The line ends with an interjection.
Chief of the Pyramid and Crocodile!
Chief is a tribal leader, calling the river a chief reminds the reader of the African setting of the poem,and it can be considered as a metaphor as well as an anthropomorphism.The Egyptian setting is created through the visual images ,”Pyramid and Crocodile”,but Note that the poet doesn’t talk about the pyramids nor the crocodiles. It is the Pyramid and Crocodile. The definite article and the capitalization tells the reader that the Pyramid an the Crocodile are symbols The line ends with an interjection.