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Greetings forum! I haven't put forth as
much revision as i should of. I was wondering if i could potentially recieve a few predictions based on the relationships cluster and what that certain poem can link moreover to.

-Many thanks!
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To his coy mistress, ghazal, manhunt from feedback I've received. In terms of linking ghazal links with to his coy mistress, in paris with you, hour. Manhunt links to hour and ghazal.
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On the higher paper, the poem that have yet to appear are: The Manhunt, In Paris with You, Brothers, To His Coy Mistress, Sister Maude, and Nettles. I suggest you focus more of your revision on these specific ones, and you can find the comparisons on BBC Bitesize which is fairly useful for panic revision giving you a brief analysis on all the 15 poems! It's not the best however it's quite decent, considering the exam is tomorrow.

Good luck!

Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebit...relationships/
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The only higher poem that hasn't come up in an exam is ' To his coy mistress'
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(Original post by kjhenry10)
The only higher poem that hasn't come up in an exam is ' To his coy mistress'
The Manhunt, In Paris with You, Brothers, Nettles, Sister Maude haven't appeared on yet, just checked.
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(Original post by neil20143)
The Manhunt, In Paris with You, Brothers, Nettles, Sister Maude haven't appeared on yet, just checked.
I think that the manhunt and nettles were in the june 2011 test which is no longer on the aqa website
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I think that the manhunt and nettles were in the june 2011 test which is no longer on the aqa website
Oh! At least that helps to narrow it down a little more! :P I don't think TO His Coy Mistress will come up though, it seems to obvious and AQA had avoided the Curley or Candy extracts that everyone had expected, so I think it will be Sister Maude or In Paris With You
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(Original post by neil20143)
Oh! At least that helps to narrow it down a little more! :P I don't think TO His Coy Mistress will come up though, it seems to obvious and AQA had avoided the Curley or Candy extracts that everyone had expected, so I think it will be Sister Maude or In Paris With You
Yeah I think you might be right, I'd say one of those two and then a repeated poem from a while back
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Thank you all so very much! What i love about poetry is thats it can literally be based on your interpretation allowing more fluidity to be published within the work
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Okay. I'm really worried on this paper tomorrow. What is hte summary of "to his to his coy mistress " "ghazal" and "harmonium" ??
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