• Poems
    “Le Loupgarou” and “Ol Higue” Folklore exists in many cultures throughout the world. Folklore in the form of tales, myths and legends is passed from generation to generation through the oral tradition. Folklore in the Caribbean has been drawn from the rich and diverse backgrounds of our ancestors...
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  • Ol' Higue
    O'l Higue - Literature Notes Please note that the information given on this poem is not meant to replace any material given in the classroom setting. It is a very BASIC giude to enable a literal understanding of the poem. Metaphorical interpretations should be sought in the classroom.   The physical...
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  • Essay
    Le Loupgarou” and “Ol Higue” Folklore exists in many cultures throughout the world. Folklore in the form of tales, myths and legends is passed from generation to generation through the oral tradition. Folklore in the Caribbean has been drawn from the rich and diverse backgrounds of our ancestors who...
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  • Folklore
    Mumma is told to be associated with the Legend of the Golden Table, one of Jamaica’s popular folk tale. OlHigue and ‘Le Loupgarou (Similarities and Differences) In OlHigue by Mark McWatt and ‘Le Loupgarou by Derek Walcott, each persona of the stories have a dark side. In ‘Le Loupgarou Old Le...
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  • Understanding Poetry
    Understanding and Appreciating Poetry 1 Note to Teachers Set Poems 2012-2014 Teachers have been speaking about the lack of critical material on some of the literature set pieces (particularly the poems) selected for study at the Caribbean O’Level. Diverse interpretations make an exploration of...
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  • Forgive My Guilt
    sickened the towns people and part of the devil"s trick was that the man turned into le loupgarou every night. LITERAL MEANING In this poem, the Ol' Higue tells of her frustration with her lifestyle. She does not like the fact that she sometimes has to parade around, in the form of a fireball, without...
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  • Guidestudies
    TEXTS ON THE C.X.C. SYLLABUS A World of Poetry edited by: Mark McWatt & Hazel Simmons-McDonald A World of Prose edited by: David Williams & Hazel Simmons-McDonald ...
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  • Cxc English B
    MORE explorative Literature is just plain FUN!!! TEXTS ON THE C.X.C. SYLLABUS ü A World of Poetry for CSEC edited by: Mark McWatt & Hazel Simmons McDonald ü A World of Prose for CSEC...
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  • Poetic Analysis
    THEME 1# Genesis In Mark McWatt's anthology "The Journey to Le Repentir" McWatt examine various aspects of beginnings. McWatt skillfully uses a poetic device called imagery to emphasize the beginning of new life and sublime genesis. McWatt also makes use of a particular structure which is patterned...
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  • dsgwet
    The physical structure of this poem has been altered from the original layout in the text. I leave this house 3.box pieces of the five week life I've gathered. I'll send them on to fill spaces in my future life. One thing is left a spray of orchid someone gave 4.from bouquet one who makes...
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  • More Than Meets the Eye
    alliteration, caesura, and sentence structure the meaning of these poems can be determined. Both author’s create a bond between words and brings about the feeling of the poems. After reading both “Bleeding” by May Swenson and “Beware : do not read this poem” by Ishmael Reed, they both contain elements of aural and...
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  • Literature
    teach me that my breath like yours may sweeten and perfume my death. Berry, J. 'A Contemplation Upon Flowers' in A World of Prose. Edited by Mark McWatt and Hazel Simmonds McDonald. | This is the OPINION of one individual, which might not coincide with the views of others. LITERAL MEANING The...
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  • AMND
    information given on this poem is not meant to replace any material given in the classroom setting. It is a very BASIC giude to enable a literal understanding of the poem. Metaphorical interpretations should be sought in the classroom. The physical structure of this poem has been altered...
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  • Poetry
    Edited by Mark McWatt and Hazel Simmonds McDonald. Pearson Education Ltd, 2005. | * | LITERAL MEANING An adult is reminiscing about a traumatic childhood experience. The persona went hunting and shot two birds,plovers. He suffers extreme guilt about this action in adulthood. The poem describes...
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  • Once by the Pacific
    first poem, "My Butterfly: An Elegy", was published in the New York Independent, which earned him $15, and had five poems published privately in 1894. In 1895, Frost married a former schoolmate, Elinor White; they had six children. Frost then became a teacher and continued publishing his poems in magazines...
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  • Drugs
    This T symbol indicates tit ti titles that are recommended reading for the CSEC re English syllabus. CSEC and CAPE are registered trade marks of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC). With the exception of World of Poetry for CXC and World of Prose for CXC, the publications in this catalogue...
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  • A Stone's Throw English B Poem
    walked away Still holding stones That we may throw Another day Given the urge. Mitchel, E. 'A Stone's Throw' in A World of Prose. Edited by Mark McWatt and Hazel Simmonds McDonald. Pearson Education Ltd, 2005. LITERAL MEANING A crowd has caught a woman. The persona implies to the reader...
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  • feg 1
    will have one assignment for the Elective Course in English EEG-01/REGIj-101. w'hich rvill be a J'utor Markeo Assignment (TMA) and will carty 100 marks. lt will be based on hlcicks l-7. Aims: This assignment is concerned mainly with assessing your application and undcrsLanding o1'the course material...
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  • Caribbean Literature
    Dulce et Decorum Est - Literature Notes.    The physical structure of this poem has been altered from the original layout in the text. 3.Bent double, 1.like old beggars under sacks Knock-kneed, 1.coughing like hags, we cursed through sludge, Till on the 4.haunting flares we turned our backs ...
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  • the lullaby by W H Auden
    In A Nutshell "Lullaby" is no ordinary love poem. We've got hermits, glaciers, madmen, tarot cards... you name it. But at its core, it's about love. Love between two men (W.H. Auden was gay, so we can pretty safely assume that his love poems are addressed to men) who are far from perfect. It makes...
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