• Glasgow 5th March
    Three: Morgan uses the present tense - why? Quote to back your writing up. The man and woman are not named and are given no identifying features, as with the other two couples in the poem (robbers and "two drivers") - this ensures he stays neutral. Paragraph Four: Write about the image of the...
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  • Poetry Analysis
    stanza says that his brother had a poppy bruise on his left temple and he had no scratches at all. The poem concludes with the last line saying ‘a four foot box, a foot for every year. The meaning and symbolism of Heaney’s poem is not very hard to figure out, and its done on purpose suggesting, he...
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  • Emily Dickinson Outline
    , meter, and scheme to convey its tone, A. Trimeter and tetrameter iambic lines, four stresses in the first and third lines of each stanza, three in the second and fourth lines. A rhythmic insertion of the long dash to interrupt the meter; and an ABCB rhyme scheme. B. All the rhymes...
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  • do not go gentle into thy night
    noticeable usage of imagery helps to create an impact for the poet in these lines that hopefully, would leave the readers convinced to fight for their lives when their time has come. 6th Paragraph In the final stanza, the writer pulls the whole poem back in line with his original intentions, to...
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  • Creative Project
    assignment, you will demonstrate your understanding of the tenets 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...
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  • Rising Five
    the idea about humans looking forward. The use of the words ‘night’ and ‘soon’ brings a more serious and grave tone to the poem, and blends in perfectly with the last paragraph. The final stanza is a culmination of the ideas Nicholson...
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  • Unseen Poetry Revision - Ib English Hl
    use narrator) and his/her tone. Paragraph Two: Meaning State the poem's literal meaning. State the poem's figurative meaning. Paragraph Three: Devices Write about the poem's literary devices. Write about important themes present in the poem. Paragraph Four: Combine Write how literary...
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  • Short Note on "The Sea - James Reeves"
    special rhyme scheme. In the last line of each stanza and the first line of the next paragraph have the same rhyme scheme, which is c, c. This rhyming is similar to the water in the sea, which is continuous. The poet also uses a lot of enjambment throughout the poem. These enjambment also reflect...
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  • Poems
    . What is the prevailing atmosphere? 10. What is the predominant tone of the poem? · Useful Expressions for Interpretation The poem consists of / comprises three stanzas. The first stanza is composed of four lines / The number of lines varies greatly. The poem has a rather complex...
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  • Igcse Lterature
    the first 6 lines. The sentences will sometimes end right in the middle of the next line in the poem, and there are no stanzas, which makes what the poem is saying jump out at you a little bit more. As you read the poem, at the end of every line, your brain just pauses, which wants to make you think...
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  • Compare and Contrast Paper
    terms of structure has a sense of continuity, which resemblinges a circle. The poem consists of nine stanzas of four lines or quatrains. Every second line of the poem is indented as if it's a weave of a basket. It has a continuous alternating pattern similar to the weavings of a basket symbolizing...
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  • Remember Me?
    abhorrence she describes as appearing in the first stanza. Walker ends the second stanza by emphasizing her plight in life as "dark and rotting / and wounded, wounded" in order to suggest exactly how horrible the plight of the African American can be. However, the tone of the poem shifts drastically after...
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  • Poetry
    sense of belonging or of alienation in your own cultural identity? b) Creative exploration 1. Dramatically portray each stanza in this poem. Either break into groups (one for each stanza), or work on the whole poem in groups and present it to the class. This dramatic portrayal can be presented...
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  • Zzxcc
    sound Ex. The gong and clang of the cymbal Poetry Notes Stanza is a poem paragraph or section of a poem There is not necessarily an obvious reason why a poet chooses to start a new stanza. The only way a reader can tell that a new stanza has begun is due to a skipped line...
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  • Robert Frost
    and expedition. It also comes across as though Frost imagined this cabin and snowy evening in a dream and decided to pursue it by purchasing something similar as to what was portrayed in his imagination. Each line is iambic, with four stressed syllables. Within the four lines of each stanza, the...
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  • The Villege by the Sea
    reflects it in the poem by the special rhyme scheme. In the last line of each stanza and the first line of the next paragraph have the same rhyme scheme, which is c, c. This rhyming is similar to the water in the sea, which is continuous. The poet also uses a lot of enjambment throughout the poem...
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  • fireworks poem
    number of syllables. Also, there isn’t a pattern in the stressed and unstressed words. This poem also didn’t have any onomatopoeias, consonances and assonances. The poem is written in seven stanzas, which includes four regular quatrains and three regular couplets. The first stanza is a couplet that...
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  • Poetry
    . However, the presence of at least two of these elements is noted in most poems. ELEMENTS OF POETRY: stanza is to a poem what a paragraph is to a piece of prosaic writing - a fixed number of lines of verse forming a single unit of a poem. A poem is usually composed of multiple stanzas that are...
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  • Imesh
    paragraph “The stars are mansions built by nature hand,” is a poem consists of four six-line stanzas in iambic tetrameter and an ABABCC ryyme scheme which was writtern in the 1820’s by the great William Wordsworth. Throughout this poem it is designed to express the poet feelings towards the nature...
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  • Poem Analysis
    . e.) It is organized into 5 line stanzas, there are four stanzas. Each stanza has its own thought that in the end connects to the speakers good choice. f & g.) The rhyme scheme of the poem is consistent with a few couplets. It helps the poem flow out the mouth of the reader...
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