• A Contemplation Upon Flowers
    are doing nothing but imprisoning ourselves to them. Just as many of the islands in the Caribbean we to become prisoners. Orchid In this poem Orchid by Hazel Simmons- McDonald the persona is moving after only starting her life five weeks prior. She is taking all of her tangible belongings and...
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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
    Westminster Bridge – William Wordsworth ü OrchidsHazel Simmons-McDonald ü The Woman Speaks to the Man who has Employed her Son – Lorna Goodison ü It is the Constant Image of your Face – Dennis Brutus ü God’s Grandeur – Gerard Manley Hopkins ü A Stone’s Throw – Elma Mitchell ü Test Match Sabina...
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  • Poems
    POEM: "ORCHIDS" POET: HAZEL SIMMONS-McDONALD (St. Lucian-born) FACTS: Ø Orchids are currently believed to be the largest family of flowering plants. Ø The number of orchid species equals more than twice the number of bird species, and about four times the number of mammal species. It also...
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  • dsgwet
    , H. 'Orchids' in A World of Prose. Edited by Mark McWatt and Hazel Simmonds McDonald. Pearson Education Ltd, 2005. This is the OPINION of one individual, which might not coincide with the views of others. LITERAL MEANING The persona is moving from a house that she has occupied for five weeks...
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  • english lit paper
    English lit paper (“Forgive my guilt” and “Once upon a time”) In a world of poetry for CXC written by MarkMcwatt and Hazel Simmons-McDonald there are two poems “ Forgive my guilt’ and ‘ Once upon a time” which illustrates the wrongful acts of innocent minded children. Childhood experiences to...
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  • Drugs
    available from your agent. Series Editor: Rod Ellis Authors: Hazel Simmons-McDonald, Lorna Down, Leonie St Juste-Jean, Joyce Stewart Let’s Work With English adopts a lively task-based approach to teaching English in Caribbean secondary schools. Each of the books’ units includes motivating, theme...
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  • uwi course
    undergraduate-level Dictionary and Thesaurus Course resources on reading and writing in the Humanities on OurVLE. Recommended Materials: Simmons-McDonald, Hazel, Linda Fields, and Peter Roberts. Writing in English: A Course Book for Caribbean Students. Kingston: Ian Randle, 2012. Wilson, Paige, and...
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  • Literature study docs
    of memory" (possibly a diary). This was so she could learn to appreciate the orchids. Literary Devices: 1. Simile "...the blossoms were full blown like polished poems": the orchids are being compared to polished poems. The word polished impliies perfection and pleasant to read, which would suggest...
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  • analysis on listening to rain
    purpose or meaning of the poem? Summary: The persona might be realizing and imagining things because of the rain. He might be a well-known or a rich person that is dreaming to have a simple life. As a result, the persona takes time to see things in a simple word from listening to rain. Free...
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  • Business
    support group, where she subsequently meets and falls in love with the seventeen-year-old Augustus Waters. Summary of the content (i.e. what the text is about) This is a novel from 16 year old Hazel Grace, a girl who has terminal lung cancer and has been battling cancer since she was thirteen. She...
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  • AMND
    never cease, 3.Two airy things forever denied the air! I never knew how their lives at last were split, but I have hoped for years all that is wild, Airy, and beautiful will forgive my guilt. Coffin, R.P.T. 'Forgive My Guilt' in A World of Prose. Edited by Mark McWatt and Hazel Simmonds McDonald...
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  • Ol' Higue
    , mother, name your ancient dread? 2.And who to blame for the murder inside your head ...? Believe me - As long as it have women giving birth a poor ol' higue like me can never dead. McWatt, M. 'Ol' Higue' in A World of Prose. Edited by Mark McWatt and Hazel Simmonds McDonald. Pearson Education...
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  • Literature
    you at a 6.bier, And there look fresh and spruce; You fragrant flowers then 7.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...
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  • Poetry
    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 the event, the actions...
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  • Course Outline
    | | kathleen.robinson@utt.edu.tt | Nicha Selvon-Ramkissoon | 28144 | 687-3154 | | nicha.s-ramkissoon@utt.edu.tt | Tricia Smith | 32163 | 744-2683 | | Trinicapricorn5@hotmail.com | RECOMMENDED TEXTS * Fields, Linda, Hazel Simmons-McDonald, and Peter Roberts. (1997). Writing in English: A Course Book...
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  • A Stone's Throw English B Poem
    . 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 that the woman is not decent. She was beautiful, but scared because she had gotten 'roughed up' a little by the crowd. The persona...
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  • Caribbean Literature
    Decorum Est' in A World of Prose. Edited by Mark McWatt and Hazel Simmonds McDonald. Pearson Education Ltd, 2005.     | This is the OPINION of one individual, which might not coincide with the views of others. LITERAL MEANING Wilfred Owen, the poet, tells of his first hand experience in war. He...
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  • The Woman Warrior BA
    cab to Ernie’s jazz club in Greenwich Village. Again, he asks the cab driver where the ducks in Central Park go in the winter, and this cabbie is even more irritable than the first one. Holden sits alone at a table in Ernie’s and observes the other patrons with distaste. He runs into Lillian Simmons...
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  • English
    To Autumn Summary Throughout the poem, the speaker addresses autumn as if it were a person. In the first stanza, he notes that autumn and the sun are like best friends plotting how to make fruit grow and how to ripen crops before the harvest. The ripening will lead to the dropping of seeds, which...
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