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THE KITE RUNNER, TENNYSON AND ROSSETTI NOTES:


Metaphors:

"You sit in gold and sing." ROSSETTI - COUSIN KATE (Metaphor for riches)

"My legs blocks of concrete." THE KITE RUNNER



Similes:

"Like two blossoms on one stem" ROSSETTI ­ GOBLIN MARKET (Simile to show purity)

"Like a caged thing freed" ROSSETTI…

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"Come buy, come buy" ROSSETTI - GOBLIN MARKET (Temptation)

"We must not look at goblin men, we must not buy their fruits."
ROSSETTI - GOBLIN MARKET (Warning of danger)

"My father, my Baba" THE KITE RUNNER (Emphasises how Amir feels he alone owns Baba)

"Sohrab screaming." THE KITE RUNNER (Displays…

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ROSSETTI - IN THE ROUND TOWER AT JHANSI ­ Set during the Inidan Mutiny 1857. The
poem starts in media res (not at the beginning)

ROSSETTI ­ AN APPLE GATHERING ­ Chronological. Transient ­ time change from spring at
the beginning of the poem to autumn near the end of…

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"Dazzling" TENNYSON ­ THE LADY OF SHALOTT

"Screaming" THE KITE RUNNER

Structure and Form:

ROSSETTI ­ GOBLIN MARKET:
Third person narrative
Free verse
28 stanzas (of varying length)

ROSSETTI ­ COUSIN KATE:
First person narrative
6 stanzas with 8 lines
Lines 2 and 4 rhyme as do lines 6 and…

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