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    Okay Im really stuck on what to write about the form and structure of;
    The Holy Thursday - Experience
    and both The Chimney Sweeper poems

    can anyone help me please ?
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    Well,

    Holy Thurs (E) - think about the rhyme scheme - is it consistent throuughout the peom? If not, why not? What do you think is the effect of the half rhyme?

    Ch Sw (I) - again, what is the tone? Simplicity reflects childhood, no embellishments of adulthood. Do a simple compare and contrast with (E).

    More broadly, think about the implications of religion, church, God, wealth, equality in the poems.
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    Yeah my teacher was talking of the half rhyme but I still have no idea what the effect of that is! :s
 
 
 
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