• Glasgow 5th March
    Glasgow 5th of March 1971 poem and notes GLASGOW 5TH MARCH 1971 (An “Instamatic” Poem) With a ragged diamond of shattered plate-glass a young man and his girl are falling backwards into a shop-window The young man’s face is bristling with fragments of glass and the girl’s leg has caught...
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  • Poetry Analysis
    autobiographic poem take us into his childhood, where he was a naïve and innocent kid. His lines express powerful and emotive feelings, but they mainly try to share with the reader something unpleasant, hard to overcome, and which was a mark in the life of the author by that time, and according to the poem, still...
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  • Remember Me?
    Walker This poem is very characteristic of Alice Walker's style and subject matter. The poem is written in free verse; therefore, it does not contain a regular rhythmic pattern. As you can see, this poem deals with a transformation of some sort from bondage to freedom. In the first two stanzas, there is...
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  • Emily Dickinson Outline
    an introvert who wrote poems about life, love and death. Dickinson showed her feelings of death and Desire using unusual scenario’s that cause the reader to stretch their thinking and go beyond superficial thought. Emily Dickinson uses imagery, Form, and settings in her poems in “I Heard a Fly Buzz when...
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  • Rising Five
    “Rising Five” is written by Norman Nicholson. Nicholson had a sick childhood, and during illnesses, he would write his poems. He always wrote in relation to nature. His persistent illnesses make him appreciate life even more. In “Rising Five”, his main theme is the fact that...
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  • do not go gentle into thy night
    Summary of each stanza 1st Paragraph in ‘Do not go gentle into that good night’, the poet writes about the idea of death, and what dying men should do in their last moments. He does this through the frequent usage of imagery, illustrating to the readers the final moments of various people’s lives,...
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  • Short Note on "The Sea - James Reeves"
    describe the poem vividly. The Sea, by James Reeves, basically talks about how the sea is similar to a dog in many occasions. In the first stanza, the poet mentions how the sea is similar to a dog, thus supporting this connection with the latter part of the poem. In the second stanza, the author describes...
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  • Creative Project
    of modernist literature by rewriting a Romantic poem in a way that incorporates typically modernist qualities in terms of language, style, literary elements, and themes. The assignment is broken down into four parts. Part 1: Choose a Romantic Poem Romantic literature champions the beauty of the...
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  • Igcse Lterature
    but they don’t need to the things they did when they were younger. Stanza one is saying that although they still love each other as much as they did they cannot go a-roving anymore but their love is still there and strong. Stanza two speaks about how the love is stronger than its holder and that the...
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  • The Yellow Wallpaper
    of the rehorical question ’’What was there bo laught at? ‘’ to open the fourth paragraph followed by long sentences and the use of commas helps build up a tension and engage the reADER. the auther also ends the paragraph with the strong discriptive term . ‘’demented’’ this reinforces how difficult the...
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  • Analysis of Emily Dickinson's Poem
    in the poem, "The Brain - is wider than the Sky". The poem compares and contrasts the human brain with the sky, the sea, and God. This poem is manageable enough for the casual reader to understand, and yet opens up ideas for the sophisticated reader to explore. In the following paragraphs I will analyze...
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  • The Villege by the Sea
    Reeves, basically talks about how the sea is similar to a dog in many occasions. In the first stanza, the poet mentions how the sea is similar to a dog, thus supporting this connection with the latter part of the poem. [pic] Analysis of "The Sea" (by James Reeves) Mother Nature is just like everyone, beautiful...
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  • precis
    Analysis Précis Definition: The poetic précis is a highly structured four sentence paragraph that records the essential elements of a poem, including the name of the poet, the context of the delivery, the theme or meaning of the poem, the stylistic elements of development, the overall structure, the identity...
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  • Poems
    Analyzing poems Writing Your Paper : Questions To Answer Before Writing Most likely you will not be able to simply write a few lines for each device, rather you must group these devices together. A proper order of paragraphs may flow like this: I. Dramatic Situation A. Who is speaking...
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  • Zzxcc
    The Charlotte Doyle Media Poetry Project POEMS DUE BEFORE APRIL VACATION… POWERPOINT DUE AFTER VACATION! Total Point Value: 200 Points 150 Points for Poetry/ 50 Points for Media Appearance To complete this unit, you will be creating a poetry PowerPoint that chronicles...
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  • Compare and Contrast Paper
    Mourning" has a subtle theme of religion, in itself particularly, the Christian belief of ity in relation to life after death. The main theme of the poem is true love will continue on, even after death. Lines one through two illustrate the concept of the afterlife. Essentially, it implies that we have...
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  • A Study of the Poem I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
    I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud is a poem written the great representative poet of the early romanticism in England, William Wordsworth. "Poetry", as the author defines in his "Preface" to Lyrical Ballads, is "the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings; it takes its origin from emotion recollected...
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  • Unseen Poetry Revision - Ib English Hl
    important literary devices which appear throughout it. Write about an important aspect of the poem which you will further discuss in your wildcard paragraph and eventually conclude in your last paragraph. Paragraph One: Structure and Narration Briefly mention the poem's structure. Make note of the use of...
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  • Poetry
    (Remembrance Day) after being at sea for four weeks. They initially lived in a migrant camp in Bathurst. They were there only two weeks before moving on to the Parkes Migrant Centre. They lived at this hostel for two years. This experience directly influenced one of the poems set for study. During 1949 to...
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  • fireworks poem
    Lowell’s poem, “Fireworks”, she uses the noun definition of fireworks to express the figurative meaning of fireworks. Throughout the poem, Amy reveals how much she hates this person by using descriptive words to describe the spectacular explosions caused by fireworks. Thus, the main idea of the poem is anger...
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