AQA Poetry: Compare

'The Manhunt' by Simon Armitage
'Nettles' (imagery of war/pain and protection) 'In Paris With You' (emotional pain, repercussions of pain and trauma) and 'Quickdraw' (pain of romantic relationships)
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'Hour' by Carol Ann Duffy
'To His Coy Mistress' (carpe diem) 'In Paris With You' (enjoyment of the moment)
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'In Paris With You' by James Fenton
'Hour' (love/romance) 'Quickdraw' (the pain of love)
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'Quickdraw' by Carol Ann Duffy
'The Manhunt' and 'In Paris With You' (imagery of emotional pain)
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'Ghazal' by Mimi Khalvati =
'The Manhunt' (couplet form) 'To His Coy Mistress' (seduction) 'In Paris With You' (addressed to lover)
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'Brothers' by Andrew Forster
'Sister Maude' (sibling relationship)
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'Praise Song for my Mother' by Grace Nichols
'Nettles' (parent/child relationship) 'Ghazal' (ancient poetic form) 'Harmonium' (tribute to parent)
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'Harmonium' by Simon Armitage
'Nettles' (parent/child relationship) 'Brothers' (regrets/missed opportunities)
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'Sonnet 116' by William Shakespeare
'Sonnet 43' (sonnets about love) 'In Paris With You' (not wanting to define love)
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'Sonnet 43' by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
'Sonnet 116' and 'Hour' (sonnet form) 'Ghazal' (expression of love with male subject) 'In Paris With You' (personal expression of love)
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'To His Coy Mistress' by Andrew Marvell
'Hour' and 'Sonnet 116' (battle between time and love) 'Ghazal' (seduction) The Manhunt (use of blazon)
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'The Farmer's Bride' by Charlotte Mew
'Sister Maude' (first person monologue, unhappy relationship) 'Harmonium' (lack of communication/regret)
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'Sister Maude' by Christina Rossetti
Brothers’(sibling relationships) ‘The Farmer’s Bride’ (unhappy relationship) 'Sonnets 43' and 'Sonnet 116', ‘To His Coy Mistress’ and ‘The Farmer’s Bride’ (rhythm, rhyme)
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'Nettles' by Vernon Scannell
‘Born Yesterday’ (protection of children) ‘Praise Song for my Mother’ (parents and children) ‘Harmonium’ (parents and children)
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'Born Yesterday' by Phillip Larkin
‘To His Coy Mistress’ (developing an argument) ‘Ghazal’ (form reflecting content)
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'To His Coy Mistress' (carpe diem) 'In Paris With You' (enjoyment of the moment)

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'Hour' by Carol Ann Duffy

Card 3

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'Hour' (love/romance) 'Quickdraw' (the pain of love)

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Card 4

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'The Manhunt' and 'In Paris With You' (imagery of emotional pain)

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Card 5

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'The Manhunt' (couplet form) 'To His Coy Mistress' (seduction) 'In Paris With You' (addressed to lover)

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