Carol Ann Duffy Poems Analysis Essays and Term Papers

  • 'War Photography' Carol Ann Duffy

    Carol Ann Duffy’s poem ‘War Photographer’ published in 1985, explores the two contrasting worlds in which a war photographer lives in: the warzones of Belfast, Beirut and Phnom Penh and his calm home town in Rural England. This poem was based on Duffy’s numerous conservations...

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  • My Valentine

    ‘Valentine’ by Carol Ann Duffy Not a red rose or a satin heart. I give you an onion. It is a moon wrapped in brown paper. It promises light like the careful undressing of love. Here. It will blind you with tears like a lover. It will make your reflection a wobbling photo of grief. ...

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  • Valentine

    In ‘Mean Time’ by Carol Ann Duffy an important idea is time having power over love we do not have the power to change or go back in time therefore we have to value both the good and bad times. Carol Ann Duffy shows this through the narrative perspective of first person allowing readers to sympathize...

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  • the esssay

    ‘Valentine’ by Carol Ann Duffy Pupil Unit Includes Formative Assessment Strategies Critical Essay: Poetry ‘Valentine’ by Carol Anne Duffy By the end of this Unit you will be able to write Critical Essays on the poem ‘Valentine’. You will be able to write relevantly...

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  • 2 Pupil Pack Poetry in Mrs Tilschers Class

    By Carol Ann Duffy. Pupil Unit. Includes Guidance on Formative Assessment Strategies. THE BIG PICTURE. Critical Essay: Poetry. In Mrs Tilscher’s Class By Carol Ann Duffy. By the end of this unit you will be able to write Critical Essays on the Poem ‘In Mr’s...

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  • Valentine

    ‘Valentine’ by Carol Ann Duffy Pupil Unit Includes Formative Assessment Strategies [pic] Critical Essay: Poetry ‘Valentine’ by Carol Anne Duffy [pic] By the end of this Unit you will be able to write Critical Essays on the poem ‘Valentine’. You will be...

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  • Carol Ann Duffy Poems Analysis

    Originally Introduction Memories play a significant role in the poetry of Carol Ann Duffy, particularly her recollections of childhood places and events. The poem “Originally,” published in The Other Country (1990), draws specifically from memories of Duffy's family's move from Scotland to England when...

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  • Havisham..

    Elisha Ornsby English Literature – Havisham Carol Ann Duffy was born on December 23 1955, in Glasgow, Scotland's largest city. Carol Ann was the eldest child, and had four brothers. She was brought up in Stafford, in the north midlands, where her father was a local councillor, a parliamentary candidate...

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  • Duffy

    Poet’s name: Carol Ann Duffy • Respond to wording of the task • Briefly (two or three lines) explain what happens in the poem • Display an understanding of the poem • Mention the techniques used by Duffy, which you will be discussing Narcissistic, violent, uncaring; the narrator of Carol Ann Duffy’s dramatic...

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  • Critical Essay: Shooting Stars

    Shooting Stars By Carol Ann Duffy, a critical response. This shows an example of Analysis, Evaluation, Structure and Expression Date: 29/06/2012 Author Information Uploaded by: Karen Uploaded on: 29/06/2012 Subject: English "Shooting stars" by Carol Anne Duffy is a disturbing and tragically...

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  • Salome

    Analysis of Salome In Carol Ann Duffy’s poem Salome, the main character (Salome) directly refers to Salome in the New Testament of the Bible. Two references, in the Gospels according to Mark and Mathew, give us the background to her character. Briefly, she danced for her father, King Herod, on his...

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  • War Photographer Commentary

    Theme:`War photographer' by Carol Ann Duffy is a poem that explores the theme of death. In the poem we see the photographer developing images that he had taken from the war, as he is processing these images his thoughts and memories come flooding back to him. This poem captures the readers attention...

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  • The Kray Sisters Analysis

    - The poems in this collection of Duffy look at the heroes and villains of history and myth, which focus on men, from the female perspective, usually in the voice of a real or imagined wife. * Focus/Theme - Carol Ann Duffy’s poems focus on the female perspective. In ‘The World’s Wife’ Duffy has achieved...

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  • Carol Ann Duffy and Liz Lochhead Explore Memories

    contrast how Duffy and Lochhead explore memories Both Carol Ann Duffy and Liz Lochhead provide an exploration of their childhood memories, and how these memories have changed and developed with age into analysis of social expectations of men and women in the 1960's. In Duffys poem Litany and...

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  • analysis war pohotgrapher

    War Photographer by Carol Ann DuffyAnalysis of Poem Summary of the poem… The poem details the inner conflict within a war photographer as he returns home to rural England after an assignment. Throughout the poem the photographer struggles to contain his feelings as the horrors he has witnessed...

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  • Analysis of “Prayer” by Carol Ann Duffy

    Analysis of “Prayer” by Carol Ann DuffyLouise Erdrich Yue Jiang 105034154 The Prayer, written in 1993 by, Carol Ann DuffyLouise Erdrich, has a close relationship with Julia Kristeva’s essay “Revolution in Poetic Language”. According to psychoanalysis, when people are babies, they are irrational...

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  • a641 specimen

    citizens, the plebeians, in Julius Caesar? SPECIMEN 3 POETRY: SELECTED POEMS 11 Wilfred Owen How does Wilfred Owen create sympathy for the injured survivors of the war in his poetry? Refer to the selection of poems you have studied. 12 Benjamin Zephaniah EC IM EN How does Benjamin Zephaniah...

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  • poem

    English Literature poem comparisons How do the writers express/convey their emotions by focusing on the themes of control and freedom? 1) Prayer Before Birth (Louis Macneice) 2) Tyger (WIlliam Blake) 3) Sonnet 116 (William Shakespeare) 4) War photographer (Carol Ann Duffy) 5) Do not go gentle...

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  • The Lollingness

      minutes   to   prepare   a   commentary   on   the   Part   2   poem.     Be   sure   to   provide   an   interpretation   with   close   analysis   of   language,   structure,   technique,   style   and   the   effects...

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  • Lochlans

    “In Mrs Tilchers classroom” By Carol Ann Duffy. A poem of a young girl in her primary years of school and her memorable experiences of her classroom experience. In the poem the writer Carol Ann Duffy describes her most memorable moments in her primary school experience. She uses different techniques...

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