i have a question about english literature gcseWatch
As far as I know this depends on your course ie: the exam board and the type of poetry anthology you have to analyse
You may also have to analyse an unseen poem in the exam but this depends.
Look on exam board websites for a better idea but will this so others can offer you more guidance !
There are 2 clusters.
Power and Conflict and love relationship i think two clusters name,
Here are the "Power and Conflict" poems:
- Percy Bysshe Shelley – Ozymandias
- William Blake – London
- William Wordsworth – Extract from, The Prelude
- Robert Browning – My Last Duchess
- Alfred Lord Tennyson – The Charge of the Light Brigade
- Wilfred Owen – Exposure
- Seamus Heaney – Storm on the Island
- Ted Hughes – Bayonet Charge
- Simon Armitage – Remains
- Jane Weir – Poppies
- Carol Ann Duffy – War Photographer
- Imtiaz Dharker – Tissue
- Carol Rumens – The Émigrée
- John Agard – Checking Out Me History
- Beatrice Garland – Kamikaze
And here are the "Love and Relationship" poems:
- Lord Byron – When We Two Parted
- Percy Bysshe Shelley – Love’s Philosophy
- Robert Browning – Porphyria’s Lover
- Elizabeth Barrett Browning – Sonnet 29 – ‘I think of thee!’
- Thomas Hardy – Neutral Tones
- Maura Dooley – Letters From Yorkshire
- Charlotte Mew – The Farmer’s Bride
- Cecil Day Lewis – Walking Away
- Charles Causley – Eden Rock
- Simon Armitage – Mother, any distance
- Carol Ann Duffy – Before You Were Mine
- Owen Sheers – Winter Swans
- Daljit Nagra – Singh Song!
- Andrew Waterhouse – Climbing My Grandfather
I myself did the "Power and Conflict" poems for my English Literature exam. Whilst I have no plan of continuing English Literature at A-Level, feel free to PM me if you need any help with power and conflict.