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anyone got any useful websites to use to revise English poetry? Or any ideas what might or might not come up on Friday??
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anyone got any useful websites to use to revise English poetry? Or any ideas what might or might not come up on Friday??
I do the relationships cluster ans I have used the youtube channel called Miss Dye English ans she analyses each of the poems in the section very well in my opinion so I recommend if you do the relationship poems
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I do the relationships cluster ans I have used the youtube channel called Miss Dye English ans she analyses each of the poems in the section very well in my opinion so I recommend if you do the relationship poems
thats really useful thank you! i do the relationship section too so that's useful
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thats really useful thank you! i do the relationship section too so that's useful
It's okay, that channel might have actually saved my lit grade x
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Im just hoping that sonnet 116 or hour come up tbh
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(Original post by rebecca_16)
anyone got any useful websites to use to revise English poetry? Or any ideas what might or might not come up on Friday??
Shmoop and SparkNotes are also very good.
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Im just hoping that sonnet 116 or hour come up tbh
yes!! same. they're easier to write about!
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Shmoop and SparkNotes are also very good.
oh ok awesome thats great thankless
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yes!! same. they're easier to write about!
Haha in contrast I hope that brothers or harmonium dont come up omg theyre so boring
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Haha in contrast I hope that brothers or harmonium dont come up omg theyre so boring
ugh ikr!! theres nothing to say about them yeah they're so dull and boring
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ugh ikr!! theres nothing to say about them yeah they're so dull and boring
Do you think its one question that has a poem about family and then love for the other question? Our teacher hasnt said anything about it but It seems like thats the case?
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Mr Bruff, youtube. The best English lang and lit channel you can ask for, want a A* check him out
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on youtube Mr Bruff is really good, he's an AQA examiner and he has awesome tips
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i do the conflict cluster anybody know what i could use
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i do the conflict cluster anybody know what i could use
i do Conflict and Mr Bruff is amazing!!!!
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My teacher thinks To His Coy Mistress is likely to come up
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points for what poems to compare for a certain theme?(relationships)
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points for what poems to compare for a certain theme?(relationships)
here's some:

the manhunt
-contrast to the farmers bride
-farmers bride is written from a male point of view whilst the manhunt is from the perspective of a women exploring her feelings for her husband
-similar, both speakers clearly have feelings for their partners but they don't receive anything back

hour
-similiar to sonnet 116 as they both talk about the ideas of a battle between time and love

in paris with you
-similar to born yesterday as both poems reject traditional ideas
[in paris with you rejects traditional ideas about love whilst born yesterday rejects typical wishes you'd make to a newborn/wishes about life]

quickdraw
-similiar to sister maude as they both present the ideas of conflict within a relationship
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points for what poems to compare for a certain theme?(relationships)
BBC Bitesize is good for poetry, it has quite a few notes for comparing poems with others and useful fey themes to write about
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i do Conflict and Mr Bruff is amazing!!!!
yes thank god someone else other than me does conflict how are you feeling about tomorrows paper
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