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Anxiety and Insecurity
Gatsby Chapter 5; Tess Chapter 8; Rapture, Text, Forest (Didn't we?)
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Contentment/joy/bliss
Tess, p. 157 / p.165 / p.246; Gatsby, Chapter 5 p.96; Rapture, Rapture, Hour & River
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Idealisation
Tess, p.249 "I will obey you like your wretched slave"; Gatsby, p.150 "he spoke as if Daisy's reaction was the only thing that mattered"; Rapture, Grief & Unloving
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How does Duffy use alliteration to present grief?
Aspirate /h/ in "my empty hands made heavy holding" - reflective of sobbing
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Longing
Rapture, Rain "I burned for you day and night", Rapture "Desire and passion on the thinking air"; Gatsby, p. 27 "he stretched out his arms towards the dark water", p.103 "no amount of fire or freshness can can challenge what a man can store up..."
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Contentment/joy/bliss

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Tess, p. 157 / p.165 / p.246; Gatsby, Chapter 5 p.96; Rapture, Rapture, Hour & River

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Idealisation

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How does Duffy use alliteration to present grief?

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Longing

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