Notes on Emotion in Titus Andronicus
Dec16

Notes on Emotion in Titus Andronicus

The following is a simple outline of the notes you need to collect in relation to emotion in Titus Andronicus. Feel free to refer to Chris White’s notes on this to help you build your own...

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The Poetry of Wilfred Owen
Dec09

The Poetry of Wilfred Owen

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Controlled Assessment Guidance: Creative Writing, Poetry Stimulus
May14

Controlled Assessment Guidance: Creative Writing, Poetry Stimulus

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Poetic Language Glossary
May07

Poetic Language Glossary

This glossary may help you in the task of decoding the language features present in the extract from Act 2, Scene 1 of Titus Andronicus, an annotated excerpt of which is attached below. GDE Error: Error retrieving file - if necessary turn off error checking (405:Method Not Allowed)

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Robert Burns – To A Mouse
Feb14

Robert Burns – To A Mouse

Today we explored a stanza of Robert Burns’ Poem “To A Mouse” and discussed the intertextual relationship between its message and that of Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men But Mousie, thou are no thy-lane, In proving foresight may be vain: The best laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men, Gang aft agley, An’ lea’e us nought but grief an’ pain, For promis’d joy! (An annotated copy of the...

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Mr Waugh’s Paragraph Effort: Futility by Wilfred Owen
Dec14

Mr Waugh’s Paragraph Effort: Futility by Wilfred Owen

Futility by Wilfred Owen The title, Futility, is the key to unlocking the deeper meaning of this intensely personal poem by Wilfred Owen. Owen, a young soldier who served in the trenches of World War I, writes in these seemingly simple lines of coming across a recently-dead soldier in an open field. He writes of the illogical, but somehow also profoundly understandable, impulse to move the soldier, who is still warm, into the sun to...

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