notes on 'Out of the Blue'

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  • Created by: Missy
  • Created on: 05-01-12 17:24
  • 'You have picked me out.' a strong statement, connection, direct adress and end-stopped line
  • 'Through a distant shot of a duilding burning' alliteration of plosive b's, 'shot' like it's being filmed.
  • 'that a white cotton shirt is twirling, turning.' like a white flag of surrender,  'turning' and 'burning' rhym.
  • repition of 'waving' shows his despiration to escape, alliteration
  • 'a soul worth saving' a

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Kate

Heyya, which poem can this poem be compared with from the literary heritage section?

Nazia

Hey Kate I compared this poem 2 'flag' for my gcse and I got an A*

Amir1005

Thank you sooooo much!!!

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