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Can someone explain to me how to compare quotes and an example Quotes of it. Please help me as soon as possible.
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Can someone explain to me how to compare quotes and an example Quotes of it. Please help me as soon as possible.
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What’s the context? Usually you’re comparing a specific feature of quotes eg comparing how a theme is used, or how language is used, or how events happened differently. As for how you’d do it, I’d maybe use a sentence making a point about the first quote, then a sentence with the quote in, then analyse/explain it, then contrast it to a different quote, write then analyse/explain that second quote, then have a final sentence making a comparison again. For example (I’ve just used random letters to show where you’d insert quotes/techniques/themes etc):

In poem X the poet presents the idea of Y. Through the language device of Z in “quote one here,” this conveys the poet’s depiction of A implying B and corroborating with G. Whereas, in poem 2 the poet suggests C. The quote “quote two here,” highlights D. This idea in poem 2 contrasts to poem 1 where instead of the poet presenting K they present L.
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What’s the context? Usually you’re comparing a specific feature of quotes eg comparing how a theme is used, or how language is used, or how events happened differently. As for how you’d do it, I’d maybe use a sentence making a point about the first quote, then a sentence with the quote in, then analyse/explain it, then contrast it to a different quote, write then analyse/explain that second quote, then have a final sentence making a comparison again. For example (I’ve just used random letters to show where you’d insert quotes/techniques/themes etc):

In poem X the poet presents the idea of Y. Through the language device of Z in “quote one here,” this conveys the poet’s depiction of A implying B and corroborating with G. Whereas, in poem 2 the poet suggests C. The quote “quote two here,” highlights D. This idea in poem 2 contrasts to poem 1 where instead of the poet presenting K they present L.
Well, Thanks for explaining to me but is it possible for u to compare remains and poppies or war photographer with poppies?
It will be really helpful if u could compare it :3
(S.p.Thanks for the technique/themes/quotes)
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Well, Thanks for explaining to me but is it possible for u to compare remains and poppies or war photographer with poppies?
It will be really helpful if u could compare it :3
(S.p.Thanks for the technique/themes/quotes)
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Stacey Reay explains is better than I could:

Remains and Poppies:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HeYtlb...&index=19&t=0s

War Photographer and Poppies:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-ROtdI...&index=21&t=0s
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