British poetry analysis

Question description

Before making your choice on which poem you want to analyze, make sure you remember or review the YouTube video on how to analyze a poem you have never seen before (link on p. 1).

Next, decide which poem you want to do for your analysis (see p. 2). You may also choose 10-15 lines from a section of Paradise Lost you would like to analyze. Only 3 students may choose the same poem for their major analysis. Be sure to check Discussions as soon as you think you know which poem you want to analyze. If you want to make sure you get your first choice, leave a message stating you will be working with that poem. You can always go back and edit the post later. Be sure to put your poem’s title in your Subject line. Once you have chosen which poem you want to analyze, do the following:

1. Paraphrase the poem line by line (Exception: if you have chosen Lovelace’s To Althea, From Prison , Marvell’s To His Coy Mistress , or Marvell’s The Mower’s Song , you may paraphrase every 3-4 lines or every stanza).

2. Using ART WARS, tell what the poem is about (A).

3. Using the remaining elements of ART WARS, choose 3 of the 6 to comment on:  Repeated themes/ideas  Tone Words Alliteration

Rhyme/Rhythm Structure

Don’t just say “I see alliteration here” or “These words rhyme”, but be sure to explain what effect these elements have on the poem overall. Try at least 1 new element you did not use last week!

4. Tell us why you chose this poem to analyze. How did it speak to you?

5. Create a question to ask the class about your poem. “You” questions can work very well

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