Identity comparison Kamikaze and The Emigree

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In order to be ready for year 10,we were set holiday homework in which we had to make plans for different exam questions and I don’t know how to approach these two/make a plan for them:

-Compare the ways poets present attitudes to identity in ‘Kamikaze’ and one other poem from ‘Power and Conflict.’

-Compare the ways poets present ideas about loss and absence in ‘The Emigree’and one other poem from ‘Power and Conflict.’
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both TE and kamikaze explore the issue of identity- kamikaze looks at identity from the pov of a japanese pilot weighed down by expectations + traditions within that culture whereas in TE the speaker is looking back at personal memories of her homecountry, and her view of the place she left.

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when i made my poetry plans i listed the common themes, then did an outline of an intro. i then looked at the different aspects of the poem- tone, structure and language. i bullet pointed my notes under each of these different aspects, adding quotes when necessary and highlighting them. context, if relevant i'd also add a little pointer to. once i did all the notes i did a basic outline of a conclusion.
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(Original post by entertainmyfaith)
when i made my poetry plans i listed the common themes, then did an outline of an intro. i then looked at the different aspects of the poem- tone, structure and language. i bullet pointed my notes under each of these different aspects, adding quotes when necessary and highlighting them. context, if relevant i'd also add a little pointer to. once i did all the notes i did a basic outline of a conclusion.
Thank you so much,your ideas have really helped
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Thank you so much,your ideas have really helped
no problem, if you need any help or would like to see any of my plans feel free to ask
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