?Stacie Marie Bess
Professor Thomas
DC English 102
2 May 2018
The Bean Eaters
The Bean Eaters by Gwendolyn Brooks is a poem about an elderly couple with very little money, who do the same things day in and day out. Literary devices have an extremely important function in this poem. The literary devices such as imagery, connotations, help convey the theme of the poem which is, you don’t need a lot of extravagant things to get by with daily living. The author uses literary devices such as imagery, and connotations.
The literary device imagery is used to help the reader visualize the events and details of the story.

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