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    (Original post by stephengamage)
    I, for one, felt the second poem described a more ruthless side to nature whereas poem one focused around its more gentle side. Don't forget, everyone, you get marks for your own opinion, not the examiner's.
    Yes I did this!


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    (Original post by hamiel)
    First poem was about drugs and prostitution: 'flesh exchange', 'deal is done'. 'cracked alleyways'. The 'lilac' is a metaphor for prostitutes but hardly anyone realised this e.g. me. Sad times
    There are also alternative interpretations and you do get marks for that.


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    (Original post by stephengamage)
    I considered the other question but eventually I went with my gut instinct. Thought the extract was difficult, and the second poem was a bit dodgy.
    Oh yeah I messed up the second poem too. Couldn't find anything on how its written. Cheeky buggers removed all the points you need to include too. Luckily I knew them.
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    (Original post by OMGitsOverpower)
    Saying that, all of us need to nail the exam on friday about heros and an inspector calls.
    I know nothing on the second unit. Haven't even read Inspector calls and there's nothing online about 'about a boy'... Deffo failing.
 
 
 
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