kannmnn
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Obviously learning all 15 poems isn’t ideal so I think I’ll just learn 5 well and use those to compare to the one they give us. Which poems cover a wide range of themes and could be used to compare to lots of other poems in the collection?
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Moved to English.

It's probably a good exercise for you to do this yourself. Sort the poems into themes and use that to pick which poems you want to learn. I quite liked Remains for Conflict and Checking Out Me History for Power.
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Exposure definitely - i feel like it links really well to all of the war-based poems in the cluster!
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there's not really one poem that covers a wide range of themes- you're better off learning a few for each theme. learning 15 poems isn't as bad as you'd think tbh, i learnt 4-5 quotes a poem and found it manageable.
make sure you're doing practice comparison essays too.
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Just wondering if the poems are the same as when I did my gcse English lit. Makes me feel old thinking about how long ago it was though.
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