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The poet describes the seasons in a letter to his son and does not identify them by name.

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Question: where does the writer describe 2 seasons without naming them in poem a letter to a son by charles mungoshi

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In the poem "A Letter to a Son" by Charles Mungoshi, the writer describes two seasons without explicitly naming them through the following lines: 1: "Hot burning / summer days." 2: "Cold / dark winters." By reading these lines from the poem, one can deduce that the writer is describing Summer and Winter without explicitly naming the seasons.

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April 18, 2023, 3:11 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, April 18, 2023

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