Monthly Archives: October 2014

Spring, The Sweet Spring

-What is the theme of this poem? Quote. -Find 3 literary figures and write on the effect they have on the reader.

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“Report on a Threatened City” II

“Mass Suicide”: Which “technical device” is criticised? What does the short story say about it? “Laughter, Functions of, See Above”: What does this section confirm?

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Sonnet 73

Voice: First person in the form of a lecture from the poet (old man) to a younger man/friend. In this way, the sonnet becomes personal.Words come from experience so the reader can trust the message being presented. Do you agree? Can … Continue reading

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A Farewell to the Reader

The poet, through the use of an extended metaphor of a bouquet of flowers, is asking her readers not to judge her poems harshly. She asks if they do not enjoy them, which she is certain that some will not, … Continue reading

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The Procession f the Seasons

An honest description of the seasons. Not glorified in any real sense. Can you find quotations to account for this?  

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A Mind Content

Do you have “a mind content”?

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http://prezi.com/1qms6t_2mhue/a-mind-content-by-robert-greene/# Having “a mind content” is a big and really important aspect of life, more important than wealth (‘kingdom’) and power (‘crown’). Do you agree?

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“Report on a Threatened City” I

Answer the following questions related to Lessing’s short story. You have to read from Subservient Populations to Necessity to Condense Report, Power Failing.   Subservient Populations Why and how are people subservient? What’s the difference between the elders and the youngsters? Incapacity for fear … Continue reading

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