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what can we write for the AS poetry exam?

for instance our teacher has said we can do:

pathethic fallacy
semantic field
narrative e.g. third person,dramatic monlogue
characterisation(not sure what this is though)

what else can we talk about?
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anyone got any ideas ?
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what can we write for the AS poetry exam?

for instance our teacher has said we can do:

pathethic fallacy
semantic field
narrative e.g. third person,dramatic monlogue
characterisation(not sure what this is though)

what else can we talk about?
Which exam board are you on?
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Which exam board are you on?
aqa
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aqa
AQA A or AQA B?
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AQA A or AQA B?

aqa a wbu?
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aqa a wbu?
I've already done my A-levels, but I followed AQA A, so I might be some of assistance.

What was your main question you needed answering?
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I've already done my A-levels, but I followed AQA A, so I might be some of assistance.

What was your main question you needed answering?

what can we compare in the poems essay,i do tennyson for poetry

how would I answer "a sense of loss pervades all of tennyson's poetry?"

what can i use for comparision?
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what can we compare in the poems essay,i do tennyson for poetry

how would I answer "a sense of loss pervades all of tennyson's poetry?"

what can i use for comparision?
Tennyson in the Victorian one or the WW1 Lit one?

By that phrase, it's WW1.

I can't tell you which poem is best used as I haven't read all of it. But when you look at the questions, try and see first of all what is it asking you to do. Is it asking you to explore; "to what degree" or is asking you to discuss or argue which point is more valid or not.

Your main word in that phrase is "loss". No, this could mean loss of a loved one; family or comrade or it could also mean loss of humanity. Now I would go with both and then compare a grief poem to loss of humanity poem and explore the different connections and comparisons that the loss of grief and humanity both explore. I would just use two poems from your set text and then one from your wider reading.
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Tennyson in the Victorian one or the WW1 Lit one?

By that phrase, it's WW1.

I can't tell you which poem is best used as I haven't read all of it. But when you look at the questions, try and see first of all what is it asking you to do. Is it asking you to explore; "to what degree" or is asking you to discuss or argue which point is more valid or not.

Your main word in that phrase is "loss". No, this could mean loss of a loved one; family or comrade or it could also mean loss of humanity. Now I would go with both and then compare a grief poem to loss of humanity poem and explore the different connections and comparisons that the loss of grief and humanity both explore. I would just use two poems from your set text and then one from your wider reading.
is this ok for section B,also the loss question was to do with victorian lit,I do Tennyson
Intro

Comparative point 1

PEE poem 1

Pee Poem 2

comparative point 2

Pee poem 1
Pee poem 2

Counter Arguement

Conclusion
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is this ok for section B,also the loss question was to do with victorian lit,I do Tennyson
Intro

Comparative point 1

PEE poem 1

Pee Poem 2

comparative point 2

Pee poem 1
Pee poem 2

Counter Arguement

Conclusion
That seems fine. Make sure you use wider reading too though, as in outside the anthology and make sure you always link back to the question after each point you make.
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