identify paraphrases/descriptions of poems + choose one and compare it to six other poems 2 part english paper

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Part 1: Identify the 10 paraphrases/descriptions of the poems

Part 2: Choose one poem for a paper analysis and compare it to one or more of 6 listed poems

Pages: 4 pages, double spacing

Formatting: College Literature

PART ONE:

Identify the paraphrases and/or descriptions of some aspect of 10 of the poems (put quotation marks around the title) and the poet . There are 10 identification questions (see attachment). Listed are 12 poems. Two poems have been omitted. No poem should be cited more than once. Copy/paste the 10 descriptions into your document. Beside them write the title of the poem and name of the poet, correctly spelling and punctuated.Then beneath each answer, quote correctly, grammatically, and in context from the poems to show why you chose this poem for this particular descriptor. Do NOT quote the entire poem or long chunks of it. Select the material that will make your case. Then explain the quotation and how it fits. FMI see “Using Quotations Effectively” in Online Office.

Example:

o [Description] The speaker’s mother is upset.

o [Response] “My Papa’s Waltz” by Theodore Roethke”

o “My mother’s countenance/ Could not unfrown itself “(ll7-8)

o The speaker’s mother is frowning, indicating that she’s upset, perhaps because her pots and pans are sliding from the “kitchen shelf”(ll 5-6) perhaps because her husband has been drinking.

Please see attachment for the paraphrases and/or descriptions of the 10 poems

Title of the 12 poems (see attachment for the links):

1. Wilfred Owen, “Dulce et Decorum Est” (1917)

2. Randall Jarrell, “The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner” (1945)

3. Carolyn Forché, “The Colonel” (1978) Text

4. James Merrill, “Casual Wear” (Poem Attached) (1984)

5. Jose Emilio Pacheco, “High Treason” ( tr Alastair Reid) (1985)

6. Agi Mishol, “Women Martyr” (2006) (tr. Lisa Katz)

7. William Shakespeare, “When my love swears that she is made of truth”(1609)

8. WH Auden, “Lullaby” (1937)

9. Thomas, Hardy, “Neutral Tones” (1867)

10. Carolyn Kizer, “Bitch” (1983)

11. Edna St Vincent Millay, “What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why” (1920)

12. Erica Jong, “The Man Under the Bed” (1973)

PART TWO:

Choose one of the four poems (see attachment) for a paper of analysis. For background info, google (1) the author and (2) words and references you don’t understand. Explain the speaker, the situation, and what happens in the poem as well as one of the following: speakers attitude toward the events he describes, use of imagery or figurative language, or impact of the poem on a reader. Lastly, compare it with one or more poem(s) from the 6 listed below, pointing out not only similarities but significant differences in tone, language (figurative or literal imagery), subject matter and/or theme.

Title of the 4 poems: (See attachment for the poems)

1. The Album by Andreas Morgner

2. Samira by Allan Tierney

3. The Woman He Killed by Elliot Richardson

4. W. H. Auden, Epitaph on a Tyrant

Please see attachment for the complete list information of the 6 poems:

1. Wilfred Owen, “Dulce et Decorum Est” (1917)

2. Randall Jarrell, “The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner”(1945)

3. Carolyn Forché, “The Colonel” (1978)

4. James Merrill, “Casual Wear” (Poem Attached) (1984)

5. Jose Emilio Pacheco, “High Treason” ( tr Alastair Reid) (1985)

6. Agi Mishol, “Women Martyr” (2006) (tr. Lisa Katz)

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