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Comment 25 of 32, added on May 7th, 2009 at 8:53 AM.
In the poem The Junk Man we see parts of Carl Sandburg’s life appear in his
writings. As a hobo for a period of his life he got to see the other side
to things. He probably felt what it was like to be broken and learned how
valuable it was to just feel accepted. Carl also uses a bit of
personification for death, so that he could build symbolism around life
before using the Junk Man as figurative symbolism.
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Comment 24 of 32, added on May 7th, 2009 at 12:55 AM.
As a young man, Carl Sandburg: delivered milk, laid bricks, threshed wheat,
and shined shoes. He was a hobo, a junk man. When Sandburg composed "The
Junk Man," he implied that the junk man represented death and the old clock
represented old people or physically enabled. Once the clocks time was up,
the junk man came to get it.
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Comment 23 of 32, added on May 6th, 2009 at 11:53 PM.
Carl Sandburg was a free verse writer who personifies things in his poems.
In this poem "The Junk Man" Sandburg uses the clock as an example of
personification. The clock symbolizes an elderly person to is old and aged
while the the Junk Man symbolizes death. Sandburg may relate this to
himself because he was a bum like explained in the poem. As the poem
continues Carl is realized that when the time comes then death, the Junk
Man, will come and get you.
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