Why so much poetry on GCSE courses?
Students often struggle with the amount of poetry on most GCSE courses. Tell me how you feel about poetry … and more specifically about studying the stuff.
"Another September" by Thomas Kinsella
I need help analysing the poem for a specific essay question.
I have to do a haiku poem about the weather for my homework. Why is it called haiku? Can it be longer than three lines long - cos mine is. 😛
London By William Blake
I have to do an essay on this poem but i'm struggling to map my work. My teacher want a key question with minimum 2 parts with 3 sub part this is what i got
So my key question is How does Blacke critizes London's monarchy through a childish poem?
PART I -> a childish poem because a) it's talked about them b) it's short, short sentences b) Blake loves to take children's point of view
PART II -> critizes of London's government a) church is getting more and more black b) it makes people suffers face are 'marks of weakness" c) child labour
I don't really like my key question and my parts can you help me mapping my work ? pleasse