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    Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen‚ I am humbled and honored to have the opportunity to bid you farewell from your juniors. On behalf of my class‚ I want to congratulate every one of you on your successes at UCET.It seems like just the other day when we were all talking about our senior’sfarewell as they move on. I remember thinking that it would be hard to say goodbye ... and I was right - it is hard. Yet I consider myself fortunate to have met such a special person ... a person that we care

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    Ballad Illustration by Arthur Rackham of the ballad The Twa Corbies A ballad is a form of verse‚ often a narrative set to music. Ballads were particularly characteristic of the popular poetry and song of the British Isles from the later medieval period until the 19th century and used extensively across Europe and later the Americas‚ Australia and North Africa. Many ballads were written and sold as single sheet broadsides. The form was often used by poets and composers from the 18th century onwards

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    Ballads are poems that tell a story. These ballads are distinguished by such features as few characters‚ dramatic plots‚ and may include dialogue‚ as well as action because it tells a story. They are considered to be a form of narrative poetry. They are often used in songs and have a very musical quality to them. According to the dictionary‚ Ballad is a narrative poem‚ often of folk origin and intended to be sung‚ consisting of simple stanzas and usually having a refrain. It is the music for such

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    Voices are powerful things. A whisper can destroy a friendship; a scream can terrify an audience. Without a voice‚ would we even be noticed? The way you speak often tells others more about yourself than what you actually say. It reveals how you understand the world and others. Composers‚ guided by their contexts and personal opinions‚ create distinctive voices through the distinct use of literary techniques to convey unique perspectives on others and the world. Banjo Paterson’s poems‚ ‘In Defence

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    Recently‚ the term ‘ballad ’ can be associated with everything from Solomon ’s Song to an Aerosmith song. The dictionary defines it as a traditional story in song or a simple song. However‚ the medieval ballad is something of a different nature than that of the popular musical ballads of today. The definition of ballad in the medieval context is a narrative poem. The authors usually remain anonymous and the ballad is more often than not accompanied by dance (Gummere). This is not surprising

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    Topic: The Ballad of the Sad Café kiran76 | eNotes Newbie Posted November 24‚ 2010 at 4:10 AM via web dislike 1 like I have write a personal essay on the story "How the World Was Created" by Carson McCullers. 1 Answer | Add Yours Top Answer booboosmoosh | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Educator Emeritus Posted November 27‚ 2010 at 11:49 AM (Answer #1) dislike 3 like If I were writing an essay about the world McCullers creates in "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe‚" I would discuss

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    Directions:  Analyze each stanza of each ballad and summarize the stanza in a few well written sentences.  "Lord Randall" Stanza 1 The mother asks Randall where he has been and he replies to the woods to prepare to die because he is tired of hunting. Stanza 2   The mother made food and wants Randall to eat‚ but he already ate over his love house‚ he is too tired as he went to bed. Stanza 3   Randall seen a yellow snake‚ his mother fixed his bed ‚ he went to bed Stanza 4   Randall got bitten

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    "There You’ll Be" by Faith Hill is a wonderful ballad as well as one of my favorite songs. This is one of the many every-day songs that we listen to‚ but we never really look into it and compare and contrast it will ballads from the past. For example‚ "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" by S. Foster is a ballad that was written in 1853 and people still know it to this day. "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" is different from "There You’ll Be" because it rhymes. Where-as Faith Hill’s song doesn’t

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    scaffold boxes 1‚2‚3‚4‚5‚6) Paragraph 2 – Bullet point 3 (Use scaffold box 7) Paragraph 3 – Bullet point 4 (Use the techniques grid on the scaffold) Text 1 ‘The Ballad of the Drover’ is a poem written by Henry Lawson in the 1930s. It was sourced from poetry.org on 21/7/12. This poem is in the tradition of the Australian ‘Bush Ballad’ and narrates the story of Harry Dale‚ a young drover who is on his way home when confronted by a flood. Like many poems from this period it glorifies the lifestyle

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    Dudley Randall’s Ballad of Birmingham Dudley Randall’s Ballad of Birmingham gives a poetic account of the bombing of a Birmingham church in 1963. The poem was written in ballad form to convey the mood of the mother to her daughter. The author also gives a graphic account of what the 1960’s were like. Irony played a part also in the ballad showing the church as the warzone and the freedom march as the safer place to be. Writing the poem in ballad form gave a sense of mood to each paragraph.

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