English Poetry - Need Help With Quotes

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Has anyone got good ideas as to how I could learn quotes easier for the following poems?

- Ozymandias
- London
- Extract from the Prelude
- My Last Duchess
- The charge of the Light Brigade
- Exposure
- Storm on the Island
- Bayonet Charge
- Tissue
- Remains
- Poppies
- Kamikaze
- Checking out me history

I've made mindmaps but that doesn't seem to help...I'm struggling a lot
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flashcards!!!
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There's a Mr Bruff video with all the key quotes put to music.

Do you have all the poems annotated? Do you know them all fairly well?

Are there ones that you know better than others? (there are some that compare well with most of the others)

There's so many resources with the key quotes on, mind maps, graphics, online documents.

Whether it is flashcards, a notebook or mindmaps, it is a case of writing them out, using association can help a lot too
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(Original post by hartley131)
There's a Mr Bruff video with all the key quotes put to music.

Do you have all the poems annotated? Do you know them all fairly well?

Are there ones that you know better than others? (there are some that compare well with most of the others)

There's so many resources with the key quotes on, mind maps, graphics, online documents.

Whether it is flashcards, a notebook or mindmaps, it is a case of writing them out, using association can help a lot too
I have all the poems annotated and I know them fairly well. I will try to use Mr Bruff's videos and see if it helps! Thanks a lot!
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flashcards!!!
Thanks! I'll try that!
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By the way, you don't have to remember long lines, with some of the poems, just 1 or 2 words per quote is enough, and regularly test yourself...
"marks in every face"
"blunder'd"
"shot and shell"
"winds that knive us"
"Valley of Death"
"Remains"
"agony"
"But nothing happened"
"dark prince"
"spasms"
"trunkless legs"
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(Original post by hartley131)
By the way, you don't have to remember long lines, with some of the poems, just 1 or 2 words per quote is enough, and regularly test yourself...
"marks in every face"
"blunder'd"
"shot and shell"
"winds that knive us"
"Valley of Death"
"Remains"
"agony"
"But nothing happened"
"dark prince"
"spasms"
"trunkless legs"
Thank you so much!
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