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I was wondering for this exam (which I'm also doing): if the question tells you to compare the language used by both poets, how can you include points about other aspects such as structure?
I get the feeling that we would have to include this as well (by the way I'm aiming for an A*).
For even more practice this Poetry Guide matches our Love and Relationships Poetry Workbook (ARHW43).
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Porphyria's Lover: Detailed Analysis for AQA GCSE English Lit Students English Literature: Love and Relationships Poetry Section - You Tube My Own A* Answer (36/36) to Relationships Poetry (Mr Bruff Classics Vol.6) Unconditional love: Quickfire Quotes for AQA Comparative poetry link AQA Poetry Anthology Literature Paper 2 Guide Book Here are possible question styles from an AQA cluster unit (not the poems used in this unit of work): AQA Poetry - Past Papers (A) Relationships Cluster / (B) Unseen Poetry 8 - Understanding the context of the poems 11- Writing about the similarities and differences between texts 16- Using a range of sentence functions accurately in my writing How does Hardy/ Causley/ Duffy (for example) show the theme of…
How does the poet use his/her poem to convey human emotion in this poem?
Students will answer one comparative question on one named poem printed on the paper and one other poem from their chosen anthology cluster.
Born Yesterday and/or Ghazal are likely to feature, since neither have appeared on Higher or Foundation exams yet.