With this anchor chart, we discussed the terms compare and contrast i guided students with the idea that authors create relationships between characters, settings, and events in a text by developing the interactions among story elements. You may be asked to compare the contexts of two poems for a reminder of how to approach this sort of analysis, read the study guide on 'responding to poetry' as with other areas of comparison. The extended metaphor of a western gunfight enables duffy to present the pain and pleasure of being in love and the difficulties of communication in a relationship, as well as parodying the modern reliance on the mobile phone as a means of contact. Compare the ways the poets present ideas about power in ozymandias and one other poem from character and voice both ozymandias and the river god are poems that create a character for whom power is a major issue. Comparing poems compare the ways that poets present their attitudes about death in four or more of the poems you have studied write about 'hitcher' by simon armitage and compare it with at least one.
When a relationship ends, we figure out what we do and do not want our next relationship to include we don't want to be with someone who evokes the parts of our exes that we dislike. Coleridge's biographia literaria was the first serious criticism of wordsworth's work, recognizing the beauties of the work, while recognizing that some of wordsworth's claims for the poet's job were simply ludicrous. Compare how poets present difficult relationships in 'the farmer's bride' and one other poem from love and relationships' gcse english literature -love & relationships similarities.
Explore and compare the ways in which the poets present the relationships between men and women in 'to his coy mistress' by andrew marvell, 'cousin kate' by christina rossetti and 'the beggar women' by william king. compare how the poets present love in nettles and in one other poem from the relationships cluster in 'nettles', vernon the relationship shown is the relationship that is shared between a father and his young 3 year old son who had fallen into a bed of stinging nettles. Porphyria's lover, which first appeared in 1836, is one of the earliest and most shocking of browning's dramatic monologues the speaker lives in a cottage in the countryside his lover, a blooming young woman named porphyria, comes in out of a storm and proceeds to make a fire and bring.
Compare the way two of the poems use language to convey emotions a variety of emotions are presented throughout the relationships section of the anthology it is conveyed as something that can affect a relationship, whether that be for better or worse. Poetry is language spoken or written according to some pattern of recurrence that emphasises relationships between words on the basis of sound as well as meaning this pattern is almost always a rhythm or metre (regular pattern of sound units. Follower the central idea in the poem is the way the relationship between parents and children shifts through time, and their cyclical nature heaney moves from the perspective of a young, admiring son to an exasperated one.
Flexible way, depending on the text itself and whichever contexts are the most relevant for that particular text these contexts may relate to the relationship between the text and the context in which it was. Typical question from conflict compare how the results of war are shown in does the poet present his ideas ( language, or relationships, or nature, or places. The two powerpoints take pupils step-by-step through the basic requirements for comparing two or more poems from the aqa anthology these powerpoints are aimed at securing a c/b grade answer. Compare the three dramatic monologues you have studied on the way in which the characters reveal their true nature through what they say the two poems that i am comparing are porphyria's lover and my last duchess, both early nineteenth century dramatic monologues by robert browning.
Arguments can be made for any of the four most obvious possibilities, -poet to reader, urn to reader, poet to urn, poet to figures on the urn the issue is further confused by the change in quotation marks between the original manuscript copy of the ode and the 1820 published edition. Another way that connections can be made across and between authors is through the five contexts in each unit: three longer core contexts and two shorter extended contexts. The poet also refers to her mum as the moon or something creating the idea that she was her guide at night , she led her through the bad times and protected her from dangerous mistakes as the moon is white ( seen as pure) therefore without her mother she may fail to understand the difference from righy and wrong.