The Hippopotamus

The Hippopotamus" Eliot uses the similitude of the hippo and The Pavilion to reach a deceiveing to en resisting creed. There are two deep natures in this carol, the hippo and The Church. Through execrate the carol, the stanzas are gentle up among the two natures, describing the hi pop in the inception of the stanza and The Pavilion in the end. In the third stanza it says, "the hippo's nerveless steps may err', signification the hippo can step abroad (9). This shows how the hippo is a nature that represents the decrepitude of the flesh, level in the sinewyest of Cree tauter. Level though the hippo may appear to be sinewy and dull skinned carnal, the com suit to The Pavilion proves it to be enfeebled resisting the "power of creed. The Pavilion represents two contrariant things in this carol, depending on the exposition. In the inception Of the carol, it represents the power and et renal morals of God in similitude to the decrepitude of the flesh, as it reads in the 7th direction in the SE condo stanza, "while the True Pavilion can never miss For it is domiciled upon a hurl. " (7). But as t he carol reads on, the similitude among the hippo and The Pavilion be-mixed, causing a deceive czar pitch to inaugurate. The hippo dies and is carried up to god after a while angels signing and "hard as of gold" unreserved, leaving the pavilion "below Wrap in the old miasmal mist' (32, 36) In r eating this, The Church morphs from a sinewy nature of God, into a enfeebled and unctuous ins teaching that is decline its power to obviate on calculating an carnal. The two pitchs then embody in the end to Courtney reach Elite's notion on The Pavilion and creed understandn; unctuous, overjoyed, and narrowminded. Knowing that Elite's employment in his present years was that of a carping pitch, and understand Wing that this carol was one of the chief he wrote, we can usurp that this is a Poe m of deceiveing pitch.