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WJECT A-Level Poetry: Unseen Structure Help?!

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    Hi all,

    I'm currently writing a ton of English Lit essays, but I've become a bit unstuck. I'm sitting the exam with WJEC, and thus have two sections: The poetry and unseen poetry, and the Shakespeare.

    With Section A: Critical Reading of Poetry, I am doing Wordsworth's and Coleridge's "Lyrical Ballads". My great problem is, is that I have no idea how to incorporate the unseen poem.

    Do I:
    - Just analyse the poem in one go at the end, after doing so with my set texts?
    - Analyse the poem mostly at the end, but reference similar topics/techniques throughout the essay?
    - Do I analyse the poem bit by bit directly alongside the other poems?

    I am so confused. All help is greatly, greatly appreciated! ^_^

    I believe you analyse poem 1 in full, and then analyse poem 2 in full whilst weaving in comparisons through out the analysis of poem 2 to poem 1.
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