In a lunchtime revision session today, Jennifer shared this list of key quotes from all the poems. Suggestion: for each of these poems, reduce the list to 3 quotes, each with three or four words only. So our reduced quotes were:. We did the first few in our revision lesson and it threw up some interesting ideas. That idea of absolutes is important as it stops you trying to write about everything.
Teach your students how to compare poems for GCSE English Literature, Paper 2, Section B
London vs Ozymandias - Compare and contrast table in GCSE English Literature
Any mistakes are my own as are any brilliant sparks of analytical genius. Just saying. Both the Duke and Ozymandias attempt to exercise their control and power by immortalising either themselves or someone else through art. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
AQA Power and Conflict- ‘My Last Duchess’ and ‘London’
Any mistakes are my own as are any brilliant sparks of analytical genius. Just saying. Both poems show how inequalities in power always seem to victimise women.
Similarly, both poets use their poems as a form of expressing themselves and their view of the city and how they see the world from their perspective. Locale, public setting, and other attributes to a good setting allow the story to be personal to the reader. A great setting influences the story. For another, from the words of the choice, Blake uses verb to describe London, has the dynamic beauty.