• Poem at Thirty-Nine by Alice Walker and Piano by D.H Lawrence on the Theme of Memories and Nostalgic Remembrance.
    Poem at thirty-nine by Alice Walker and Piano by D.H Lawrence in my opinion are both poems which share the same theme of memories and nostalgic remembrance. The two poems contain many similarities but at the same time also have many differences between them. The essay will concentrate on...
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  • ‘the Poems ‘Remember’, ‘Piano’ and ‘Poem at Thirty-Nine’ All Explore Melancholy Emotions.’ How Far Do You Agree with This Statement?
    feelings towards death. ‘Poem at Thirty-nine’ is a free verse structured poem by Alice Walker. There is sadness in the poem and it is presented by showing the feeling that the persona misses her father, instead of using and introducing grieving words and actions in the poem. Walker repeated the...
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  • Poetry
    how is the theme of loss and separation explored in remember, a mother in a refugee camp and poem at thirty nine? The three poems Remember written by Christina Rossetti, A Mother In A Refugee Camp by Chinua Achebe and Poem at Thirty-Nine by Alice Walker share the same theme of loss and...
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  • Poetry
    how is the theme of loss and separation explored in remember, a mother in a refugee camp and poem at thirty nine? The three poems Remember written by Christina Rossetti, A Mother In A Refugee Camp by Chinua Achebe and Poem at Thirty-Nine by Alice Walker share the same negative theme of loss and...
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  • Poetry Essay
    The three poems Remember written by Christina Rossetti, A Mother In A Refugee Camp by Chinua Achebe and Poem at Thirty-Nine by Alice Walker share the same negative theme of loss and separation. Remember explores the pain felt by losing loved ones. A Mother In A Refugee Camp emphasizes the...
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  • Poem Comparison
    Poems: Piano, Poem at thirty-nine & Once Upon a time Paragraph 1 - Introduction Nostalgia is the desire of things from the past, feeling homesick or remembering a person. This is the central Idea of the three poems; D.H.Lawrence’s ‘Piano’, Alice Walker’s ‘Poem at Thirty-Nine’ & Gabriel Okara’s...
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  • An exploration of how different poets treat parent and child relationships with reference to three poems from the anthology and three others
    Achebe, ‘Piano’ by D.H. Lawrence and ‘Poem at Thirty-Nine’ by Alice Walker, all show a different parent and child relationships but at the same time come down to one aspect, love and care. The other three poems, ‘Hide and Seek’ by Vernon Scannell, ‘Half-past Two’ by U.A. Fanthorpe and ‘My father...
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  • Intense Personal Memories and Reflections Have Always Been an Inspiration to Poets. Explore This Concept with Regards to the Poems That You Have Studied Referring to Three Poems in Detail and at Least Three Poems from Your Wider Reading.
    present to us a ‘window’ into their pasts. Alice Walker (Poem at Thirty-Nine), U. A. Fanthorpe (Half past Two) and D. H. Lawrence (Piano) have all portrayed powerful emotional memories and reflections in their poems. “Poem At Thirty-Nine” was concerning a woman who learnt everything from her father and...
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  • Vivien
     How do the two poems “IF” and “Poem 39” present the theme of parent/child relationship in each? Both Alice Walker’s “Poem at 39” and Rudyard Kipling’s “IF” explore the theme of Father/child relationship , however each explores the theme from a different angle with “Poem at Thirty-Nine” being...
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  • Dealing with Death
    Dealing with death: the effect of love on death    Death, an event that cannot be avoided is often paired with tragedy. Poem at Thirty-Nine by Alice Walker shows a daughter grieving for her dead father, Mother in a refugee camp tells the story of a mother’s care for her dying son, and Rosetti...
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  • Author Studies
    1798 joint publication Lyrical Ballads. Alice Walker Alice Malsenior Walker was born on February 9, 1944. Her and her husband,  Melvyn Leventhal were married for nine years. She has a child name Rebecca Walker. Walker is an American author and activist. She wrote the critically acclaimed novel The...
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  • Essay 001
    different structures and techniques. But they all have one thing in common; they were all written about childhood memories. “Half-past Two” was written by an English poet named Ursula Askham Fanthorpe, “Poem at Thirty-nine” was written by an American poet and novelist, Alice Walker. And finally...
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  • Play
    - Alice walker Novels and short story collections * The Third Life of Grange Copeland (1970) * In Love and Trouble: Stories of Black Women (1973) * Meridian (1976) * The Color Purple (1982) * You Can't Keep a Good Woman Down: Stories (1982) * To Hell With Dying (1988) * The Temple of...
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  • Poems Comparison
    studied. A minimum of 3 poems should be taken from the anthology. Poems for discussion: In detail - Prayer Before Birth (Louis MacNeice) - Do not go gentle into that good night (Dylan Thomas) - A mother in a Refugee Camp (Chinua Achebe) Referred to - Poem at Thirty-Nine (Alice Walker...
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  • Study
    HN Eng I Name:____________________________________ Kingsberry / 2006 Alice Walker was born on February 9, 1944, in Eatonton, Georgia, the eighth and last child of Willie Lee and Minnie Lou Grant Walker, who were sharecroppers. When Alice Walker was eight years old, she lost sight of one eye...
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  • Alice Walker's the Welcome Table
    detrimental to one’s life than they are today. In the short stories “The Welcome Table” by Alice Walker and “Country Lovers” by Nadine Gordimer they tell of life during that time. Both authors were women born during a time of terrible racial and gender inequality. These two short stories share the...
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  • Alice Walker Annotated Biography
    readers of her later works: rape, violence, isolation, troubled relationships, multi-generational perspectives, sexism, and racism. Walker, Alice. Her Blue Body Everything We Know: Earthling Poems, 1965-1990 Walker’s complete poems, including new and previously unpublished verse, collected for the...
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  • Author Paper
    Color Purple". The was the first book I had read by Alice Walker, the novel traces thirty years in the life of Celie, a poor Southern black woman who is victimized physically and emotionally by her step-father and husband. While in her teens, Celie is repeatedly raped by her step-father, who sells...
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  • Reading
    , The | Shakespeare, William | NP |   | High School (9-12) | Their Eyes Were Watching God | Hurston, Zora Neale | 10 |   | High School (9-12) | Thirty-nine Steps, The | Buchan, John | 10 |   | High School (9-12) | This Same Sky: A Collection of Poems from Around the World | Nye, Naomi Shihab...
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  • Renaissance, Its Impact on English Literature
    Sylvia Plath, the poet: “Daddy”, “Lady Lazarus”, “Purdah” , “ Ariel” , “The Colossus” Unit III Short stories: Shashi Deshpande: “Miracle” Githa Hariharan: “Gajar Halwa” Subhadra Sengupta: “ The Fourth Daughter” Unit IV Alice Walker: The Color Purple Unit V Margret...
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