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Josh123
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Hi, i'm taking an English class in college.  Right now im working on a compare contrast paper for two poems, Scenes From the Playroom and Dialectic Materialism.  The paper wants me to pick out a few things in the poems including speakers, audience, diction, images and theme.  The problem that iam having is Diction.  i have no idea what it is and how to pick it out of the Poem Scenes from the Playroom.  Could anyone help me out and let me know what diction is and maybe give me an example from a poem or the poem im working on. Would be greatly appreciated.

~Josh

p.s. sorry for any errors in spelling or grammar =)
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diction
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