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Speaker vs. Poet
Speaker vs. Poet - presentation

giovanna-b

The Speaker . One of the most difficult concepts in the study of poetry is that of the . speaker. . . The speaker is roughly equivalent to the . narrator. of fictional works. It is a character or psychological persona that the poet constructs to deliver the words of the poem. .

Conscientious Objector
Conscientious Objector - presentation

faustina-d

What is a Conscientious Objector?. This is a person who is strongly against war and fighting and who refuses to fight on the grounds of freedom of thought, conscience, or religion. . I hear him leading his horse out of the stall; I hear.

Drafting Poems, an artificially intelligent poet reacts to user stimul
Drafting Poems, an artificially intelligent poet reacts to u - pdf

stefany-ba

draws, the more the poet talks about speed and sampling error. The more the user draws curves, the more the poet writes about quantization and estimation. The longer a user pauses between strokes th

Comparing Poems. 1.   Content
Comparing Poems. 1. Content - presentation

briana-ran

– What they are about.. 2. The. ideas . in the poems – what the . . poet is saying.. 3. The . mood and atmosphere . of . . the poem.. 4. How they are written – . . . stylistic. choices..

EXTREME Romanticism
EXTREME Romanticism - presentation

marina-yar

- Hardcore nature fan, believer in total freedom. - Activist against slavery and injustice . - Beyond poetry: what do Romantic ideas say about LIFE, DEATH, GOD? . - Romanticist “religion” or “philosophy of life”: .

St Patricks College questions and
St Patricks College questions and - presentation

ellena-man

10 Mary St Notes and Questions. St Patrick’s Questions. What is being said?. In what ways does the poet present an alienated student?. What aspects of school life does he seem most affected by?. How does the school try to promote a sense of belonging amongst its students? Why do these methods fail to make the poet feel any allegiance?.

“Somewhere I have never travelled gladly” by E.E. Cummi
“Somewhere I have never travelled gladly” by E.E. Cummi - presentation

jane-oiler

Per.1 . Stephanie Castaneda . What the title meant in my opinion…. The poet, E.E. Cummings, would describe a place in his own words a place he has never been to.. Turns out I was wrong,. the poet describes a person,.

Writing about poems
Writing about poems - presentation

stefany-ba

L/O. To learn how to structure a response to a poem.. How is the relationship with man and nature explored in “hunting snake” by . judith. . wright. ?. Consider:. The imagery that is used. The structure of the poem.

Kevin Tamayo Alvarez
Kevin Tamayo Alvarez - presentation

pamella-mo

Prof. Dr. Evelyn Lugo . English 126. Avant-garde . This denomination has gathered a collection of artistic expressions that were expressed, primarily in literature and painting..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGRQKKaox5Q
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGRQKKaox5Q - presentation

mitsue-sta

Amazing Mash-Up Combines Two Of Britain’s Greatest Cultural Gems. http://www.buzzfeed.com/regajha/this-amazing-mash-up-combines-two-of-britains-greatest-gems. Mashups. . . .. decontextualize, then .

Warm Up –
Warm Up – - presentation

pamella-mo

Read the poem on the table and answer the following questions. . . 1. In . Paragraph 2, Whitman states that “men and women perceive the beauty” of nature just as well as the poet does. The role of the poet, then, is to.

Text
Text - presentation

kittie-lec

analysis. . “. Black. . Poet. , . White. . Critic. ”. by. . Dudley . Rundall. . Approaching. . Literary. . Genres. p. . 49. Millennium. FOCUS ON . THE MEANING. After reading the . poem .

Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood
Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Child - presentation

cheryl-pis

William Wordsworth, “Poems in Two Volumes ” (1807). Millennium I p. 245 - 247. Look at the title and check the words “intimations” and “recollections” in your dictionary. The title of the poem could also be paraphrased as:.

One summer evening  (led by her)
One summer evening (led by her) - presentation

pasty-tole

I found. A little boat tied to a willow tree. Within a rocky cove, its usual home.. Straight I unloosed her chain, and stepping in. Pushed from the shore. . It was an act of stealth. And . troubled pleasure,.

Crosscurrents
Crosscurrents - presentation

tatiana-do

Writing Gender. CROSSCURRENTS. A current which cuts across another, evoking fluidity, movement, intersections, perhaps contradictory encounters or even antagonist oppositions.. Overview. Gender, Feminism and Women Writers.

William Shakespeare The Man
William Shakespeare The Man - presentation

debby-jeon

T. he Legend. The . Dramatist. . And The Poet. THE LIFE OF A MAN. He. . was. . born. on the 23 of april 1564 in . Stratford. and 52 . years. later . he. . died. on his . birthday. . . When.

Extract from  ‘The Prelude’
Extract from ‘The Prelude’ - presentation

olivia-mor

. by William Wordsworth.. LESSON OBJECTIVE:. To UNDERSTAND the context, meanings and ideas of Wordsworth’s poem.. Guided Poetry Lesson: Extract from the Prelude by William Wordsworth.. AO1. AO2. AO3.

Who am I
Who am I - presentation

ellena-man

?. What do I write. ?. Who were my influences. ?. My writing style. My contemporaries. The poem. Its message. Its themes. Its structure. What you might be asked about it…!. Gerard Manley Hopkins. Born 1844 to .

Scottish Set Text
Scottish Set Text - presentation

cheryl-pis

Basking Shark. To stub an oar on a rock where none should be. To have it rise with a . slounge. out of the sea. is a thing that happened once, too often, to me.. But not too often, though . enough,I.

Neoclassicism in  English Literature:
Neoclassicism in English Literature: - presentation

ellena-man

Sidney, Dryden, Pope. Brian Dominguez Berry. April 2018. Overview. Sir Philip Sidney’s . Apology for Poetrie . (1595) defends the value of literature more generally.. John Dryden’s . Essay of Dramatic Poesy .

ELA Poetry Project Assigned: 2/2/15
ELA Poetry Project Assigned: 2/2/15 - presentation

cheryl-pis

Due: 2/17/15. Rubric. 1. . EACH POEM MUST HAVE AT LEAST 8 LINES. 2. Each poem must have at least two examples of any of the following figurative language: simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, & Idiom.

Megan Peterson 2 nd  Grade
Megan Peterson 2 nd Grade - presentation

tawny-fly

Introduction to Poetry. K-8 setting (913 students). 86% Free/reduced lunch. 2. nd. grade – 27 students. 64% . Latino. 22% . Black. 11% . White. Folwell. Performing Arts. (Minneapolis Public Schools).

Childhood
Childhood - presentation

alexa-sche

By Frances . Cornford. I used to think that grown-up people chose. To have stiff backs and wrinkles round their nose,. And veins like small fat snakes on either hand,. On purpose to be grand.. Till through the banisters I watched one day.

By Nefretiria Jones
By Nefretiria Jones - presentation

phoebe-cli

And . Lekila. . Washington . Preludes . Introduction. Title of poem-Prelude. Author of the poem- TS. Eliot. Thesis Statement - In this poem the poem uses the literary device of Figure languages ,setting, image, and , ABABCCDEDFF are examples of rhyme scheme.

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