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Winter Dreams via Twitter.
Next Tuesday, November 8th from 2.25 to 3.45 we’ll be having a synchronic twitter event in Literature. Winter dreams.doc View more documents from lennyambrosini
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On Dover Beach.
For those who find Dover Beach a challenging poem, I am hereby publishing the poem and underneath a very interesting web site with a complete and quite thorough analysis of the poem. Hope it helps! DOVER BEACH By Matthew Arnold … Continue reading
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A Literature community in Twitter is born!
2nd Twitter Event WHO? Senior 4 & Senior 3 + Anyone willing to take part! Date: Wednseday October 5th Time: 10pm Hashtag: #litcomcumbres http://tagdef.com/litcomcumbres Tools: Follow the event with tweetchat.com (link your user name at twitter with this tool) Share your images with twitpic Extend tour tweets … Continue reading
The Flower-Fed Buffaloes by Vachel Lindsay.
The flower-fed buffaloes of the spring In the days of long ago, Ranged where the locomotives sing And the prarie flowers lie low: The tossing, blooming, perfumed grass Is swept away by wheat, Wheels and wheels and wheels spin by … Continue reading
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For vengenace, and the ashes of language. (G. Clarke)
‘Lament’ is an elegy, an expression of grief. It can be a sad, military tune played on a bugle. The poem uses the title as the start of a list of lamented people, events, creatures and other things hurt in … Continue reading
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Report to Wordsworth by Boey Kim Cheng.
You should be here, Nature has need of you. She has been laid waste. Smothered by the smog, the flowers are mute, and the birds are few in a sky slowing like a dying clock. All hopes of Proteus rising … Continue reading
Words on Words, Words on Poems.
You’ve shared great poems, unforgettable songs. Well done, everyone!!!!!!!!!! Now, we start revising the poems already studied. I hereby attach your group commentaries on THE VOICE, SONNET 43, FIRST LOVE, FULL MOON & LITTLE FRIEDA, AMENDS, TIME and ON THE … Continue reading
A poet’s work is to name the unnameable, to point at frauds, to take sides, start arguments, shape the world, and stop it going to sleep. ~Salman Rushdie
Before we look into the poetry we have to study I would like to look into the poetry we actually enjoy, like, understand…embrace; in the hope that one day we may look back on the poems we’ve studied and realise … Continue reading
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