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Does anyone know how to compare the two poems?
'How is power shown in Storm on the Island and also in London?'
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Both portray some sort of injustice or dislike at society. Wordsworth talks about the poor and inequality of social classes in London and in Storm on the Island Heaney describes the Irish Civil War and how it will destroy the island. Notice how the name of the poem says Stormont which is the Irish political building and Ireland is literally and island country so that’s a comparison you could make between the two poems. Hope that helps.
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(Original post by Garrix we)
Both portray some sort of injustice or dislike at society. Wordsworth talks about the poor and inequality of social classes in London and in Storm on the Island Heaney describes the Irish Civil War and how it will destroy the island. Notice how the name of the poem says Stormont which is the Irish political building and Ireland is literally and island country so that’s a comparison you could make between the two poems. Hope that helps.
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Both portray some sort of injustice or dislike at society. Wordsworth talks about the poor and inequality of social classes in London and in Storm on the Island Heaney describes the Irish Civil War and how it will destroy the island. Notice how the name of the poem says Stormont which is the Irish political building and Ireland is literally and island country so that’s a comparison you could make between the two poems. Hope that helps.
Brilliant comparison, this is going to help me a lot. Thank you
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(Original post by Garrixer)
Both portray some sort of injustice or dislike at society. Wordsworth talks about the poor and inequality of social classes in London and in Storm on the Island Heaney describes the Irish Civil War and how it will destroy the island. Notice how the name of the poem says Stormont which is the Irish political building and Ireland is literally and island country so that’s a comparison you could make between the two poems. Hope that helps.
William Blake wrote London, William Wordsworth wrote The Prelude. But this was still super helpful!
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