The Giraffes go to Hamburg:
The narrator of the story is giving away first hand information and sharing his experience of his stay at a house and Arab sheikh. The connection has been drawn between a married woman and the giraffes. She feels alienated and isolated just like the giraffes; they also feel alienated because they do not belong to the place where they are. The living things are used to the habitat they used to live in from the very beginning and this is the reason that the giraffes and the girl form Persia had similar feelings. The writer has used personification because the giraffes feel like human beings and they also have mixed emotions which mean that the writer was fusing animals with human beings.
Imagery is a very important rhetorical device which helps the reader in imagining each and every aspect on which the poet has put emphasize. The ‘Crab’ is a very important poem with respect to this aspect. The imagery of this poem is very rich. The writer has keenly observed each and every detail of the marine life and the sea view. The writer has started with a calm tone and ended on the tense tone which shows that writer’s attitude has developed with the course of time while writing the poem. The poet has used minute details of the sea creature and the stuff alongside the sea. He has used simile and metaphors to strengthen the art of imagery. This is a very interesting reading from the perspective of imagery used in poetry.
Family physicians-and endangered species:
In the past years, only family doctors used to cure the patients belong to one family. The most important thing to notice here is that the population of Canada is increasing but the family doctors came to an extent. The trend of consulting one doctor has been changed, now every member of the family trusts different doctor. The main responsibility lies on the shoulder of the elderly people in the family to tell the children that they must consult the family doctor as they are aware of the family history. They must be get pay so that they can remain loyal to the families, they must not be taken for granted and must be given value as the other physicians.