• Folklore
    Table, one of Jamaica’s popular folk tale. Ol’ Higue and ‘Le Loupgarou (Similarities and Differences) In Ol’ Higue by Mark McWatt and ‘Le Loupgarou by Derek Walcott, each persona of the stories have a dark side. In ‘Le Loupgarou Old Le Brun greed had bought him down because he made a deal with someone...
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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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  • Forgive My Guilt
    Le loupgarou is about old women who talked about a man(le bran) who wanted to have fortune so he made a deal with the devilbut the devil tricked him a took his soul and gave him poisoned fruit to sell that sickened the towns people and part of the devil"s trick was that the man turned into le loupgarou...
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  • 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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  • LE LOUPGAROU
    ‘LE LOUPGAROU’ The poem begin with a 'curious tale' which 'threaded through the town' (note the use of alliteration). Through greying women sewing under eaves. These 'greying women' (meaning old women) may not have been literally sewing under the trees, but were 'threading the tale'; meaning, they...
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  • Le Loupgarou Poem
    LE LOUPGAROU’ The poem begin with a 'curious tale' which 'threaded through the town' (note the use of alliteration). Through greying women sewing under eaves. These 'greying women' (meaning old women) may not have been literally sewing under the trees, but were 'threading the tale'; meaning, they were...
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  • Poetry
    Le Loupgarou The sonnet illustrates the damning intolerance of prejudice and the self righteous attitude of those who condemn others. It also illustrates the alienation of those who are victims of prejudice. The poem begins with the mention of a ‘curious tale’ that is spread by old women as they sew...
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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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  • Guidestudies
    Curdella Forbes TOPICS TO BE COVERED PAPER 2- Written 1. POETRY Poems are a creative form of writing, meant to be read aloud and enjoyed rather than approached as a difficult puzzle to be solved. When analyzing a poem pay attention to the following Elements:- Title Content Structure ...
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  • Cxc English B
    covered in class) TOPICS TO BE COVERED PAPER 2- Written 1. POETRY Poems are a creative form of writing, meant to be read aloud and enjoyed rather than approached as a difficult puzzle to be solved. When analyzing a poem pay attention to the following Elements:- ü Title ü Content ü Structure ...
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  • Literature study docs
    Theme for English B- Langston Hughes By Dania Dobbs in CSEC Revision Stuff (Files) · Edit Doc In his poem “Theme for English B,” a response to an assignment given by his class instructor, Langston Hughes writes about the differences between himself and his instructor’s race. He talks about being the...
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  • Select Poems
    N.B. These “notes” are by no means exhaustive and should not be used independent of your own reading and study of the poems. (NATE & W.B.S) NOTES ON PRESCRIBED POEMS FOR CSEC LITERATURE Preamble: Please be mindful of the fact that poetry makes up a third of this syllabus and that for the Paper...
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  • Baudelaire’s Poetry Is Primarily a Poetry of the Body. Discuss.
    In the collection of PoemsLes fleures du Mal”1 by Charles Baudelaire, we see how he employs the depiction of beauty in women throughout his poetry to portray it as mainly a poetry of the body. In his collection we come across two different visions of the woman’s body: the glorification and blissful...
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  • Literature Poems
    stranger invader Watching you sleep and aiming at your dream. By Martin Carter LeLoupgarou A curious tale threaded through the town Through greying women sewing under eaves, Was how his greed had brought old Le Brun down, Greeted by slowly shutting jalousies When he approached them in white-linen...
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  • Les Murray and His Poems
    their work and use language techniques to enhance the poem. This is revealed through the works of Les Murray. Les Murray is a famous Australian poet who was born and raised in the country and is a dedicated Roman Catholic. This is reflected in the poems ‘Driving through Sawmill Towns’ and ‘An Absolutely...
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  • Compare the Ways Poets Present Relationships in ‘Les Grands Seigneurs’ and in 'My Last Duchess'
    Compare the ways poets present relationships in ‘Les Grands Seigneurs’ and in one other poem from Character and Voice In this essay I will be commenting on the presentation of relationships in two poems. The first poem is ‘Les Grands Seigneurs’, in which the speaker remarks on her life before marriage...
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  • Driving Through Sawmill Towns poem analysis
    Driving Through Sawmill Towns by Les Murray In the high cool country, having come from the clouds, ...
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  • HAIKU THING
    Therefore the exotic curiosity for Japanese culture was limited to art and did not seem to have yet had penetrated the arcane of Japanese poetry. The poems do not show any interest in the condensed Japanese poetical form or any real knowledge of the Japanese customs and traditions. The fairly recent economic...
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  • "Thematically Innovative and Diverse but Technically Unadventurous" to What Extent Is This of French Poetry 1840-70
    between 1840 and 1870 is predominantly marked by the work of Charles Baudelaire and Paul Verlaine. Baudelaire is most praised for his poetry collection "Les Fleurs du mal", he is considered to be thematically innovative due to his exploration of erotic, aesthetic, and social themes in ways that appalled many...
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  • French Poetry
    Baudelaire – Fleurs du Mal (all poems are included in this series) could be called an elegy to everything that is sickly sweet and beautifully corrupt. Baudelaire frequently juxtaposes love, death, depression, fear and pleasure, never shying away from grotesque imagery, such as corpses, venereal disease...
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