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Ok everyone :D
We are all scared for our english literature exams on thursday so i have taken a bit of time to scan some poems in for last minute revision.
If you would like to make suggestions on which poems you would like to study just ask and i will see if i have it and if needed i will upload it for you.
(Also if anyone has any revision resources on the relationships poems, PLEASE, PLEASE, upload them as i have searched and cannot find much analysis on them at all)
So yes, just ask if you need some help as i do have resources on SOME of the poems which we have studied just say the name.
And good luck all :D
GCSE before anyone asks
Are you referring to the relationships cluster? If so, could I please have some tips on 'The Farmer's Bride' and 'To His Coy Mistress' - they're so confusing!
i have farmers bride
Modified once, last modified by Ragnaros the Firelord on Tue 22nd May, 2012 @ 17:19
Ooo, just saw it - thank you soo much - big help! **
Is there any chance you have any resources for 'To His Coy Mistress' too please? Sorree..
im really sorry but as i said, i only have a couple i can try to explain it though if that would help?
Okay thank you - I just need to know the main themes in it - I understand the storyline though...
Freedom and confinement
Thank you ever so much!
I have loads of ideas on Sonnet 43 and Nettles if you want them, they're not resources though.
Sonnet 43 would be nice :)
if its too much hassel don't bother though
Modified once, last modified by Ragnaros the Firelord on Tue 22nd May, 2012 @ 17:29
ANAPHORA used - repetition of 'I love' throughout the sonnet shows the amount of love the speaker has, and conveys many different sides of it.
'With my lost Saints' refers to religion - the speaker is committed to their lover in the same way as she used to be committed to religion.
'Being and Ideal Grace' - the lover is represented as God, which shows that the speaker views him as a superior being and not just a person.
Starts of with rhetorical question - makes it personal and direct ('thee') and highlights the depth of her love.
Fifth line implies that the speaker feels that their lover is an essential need for everyday life ie. a source of breathing.
'Most quiet need' - speaker loves without expecting anything in return - just the lover's presence is enough to make her more than content.
Last line shows eternal, ongoing love.
Sorry for layout - hope these notes helped! ***
Btw, these notes are BRIEF - they obviously need expanding on and more analysis to get the marks.
thank you very much and good luck, ill cross my fingers for sonnet 43 :)
Good luck to you too - thank you ***
Ok i have made a list of the analysed poems i have, if you need ask and i will upload it for you :)
Case study (Alisons head injury)
My Last Duchess
Not my buisiness
Out of the blue
Storm in the black forest
The Blackbird of Glanmore
The falling leaves
The farmers Bride
The river God
The ruined maid
What were they like
If there are any poems not mentioned there that are in the relationships section please say and we will try and go over them together. :)
Please could you upload casehistory alison (head injury), horse whisperer, my last duchess, singh song, the river god, the runied maid. also have you got anything on hunchback in the park, ozymandias and on a portrait of a deaf man. Thank you :)
sure thing :)
give me a few minutes and i may have dinner as well so they should be done within half an hour
I i am sorry as i am doing the relationships section i cannot help you with the other ones but the few i do have, i have uploaded for you:
The ruined Maid: http://getrevising.co.uk/resources/the_ruined_maid_analysis
The River God: http://getrevising.co.uk/resources/the_river_god1
Singh Song: http://getrevising.co.uk/resources/singh_song_analysis
My last Duchess: http://getrevising.co.uk/resources/my_last_duchess_analysis1
Horse Whisperer: http://getrevising.co.uk/resources/horse_whisperer_analysis
CaseStudy Alisons head injury: http://getrevising.co.uk/resources/case_study_alisons_head_injury_analysis
Really hope they help and good luck with your exam :)
Modified once, last modified by Ragnaros the Firelord on Tue 22nd May, 2012 @ 20:03
Ragnaros the Firelord thanks so much I'll have a look at these over the next few days.
marmetz wood and the falling leaves if you dont mind thank you :)
sure ill upload them now :)
1 minute please