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    INTRODUCTION “Poetry is an Island” The three selected poems are Dark August, A city’s death by fire and Midsummer, Tobago by Derek Walcott. Dark August portrays the dark period in human life and talks about learning to appreciate and love the dark days. Human cannot avoid to experience the sadness and pain in life. There are many things which cannot be fixed

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    Futility by Wilfred Owen (1893-1918) Analysis; Wilfred Owen was born on March 18, 1893.  He was on the Continent teaching until he visited a hospital for the wounded and then decided, in September, 1915, to return to England and enlist.  "I came out in order to help these boys - directly by leading them as well as an officer can; indirectly, by watching their sufferings that I may speak have they as well as a pleader can.  I have done the first". His perspective on war was for the sympathy

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    in which new ideas and new experiences were sought after. The period revolutionized many aspects of English life, most significantly literature. The Elizabethan Age is considered the Golden Age of English literature. English writers were intrigued and heavily influenced by Italian Renaissance writing and readily adopted this model. This period also saw the introduction of a new genre in English theatre, the tragicomedy, which became very popular. The era is also considered the era of sonnets.

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    How to Analyze a Poem? Getting Ready * Listen to a reading of the poem if that is available. * Read the poem aloud more than once. * Look up new words as well as familiar words that could have more than one meaning. * Record your first impressions. Getting Started Paragraph 1 | * Write about the content of the poem: * The title of the poem * The connection between the title and the meaning of the poem * Main theme and sub-ideas * The speaker: Is it the poet

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    Book Report: America is in the Heart by Carlos Bulosan 1. Setting: Binalonan, Puzzorobio, San Manuel, Tayug, Mangusmana, Baguio, Lingayen, Seattle, Washington, Cannery in Alaska, Stockton, California, Klamath Falls, Oregon, San Luis Obispo, California, Los Angeles, California, San Diego, California 2. Characters: Carlos- is called Allos by his family and friends in the Philippines. He is the main character of the book. He described his early life in the Philippines, where children

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    INTEGRATED OUTLINE TOPIC: The importance of learning English Literature for students. MAIN IDEA: The continuation of the subject English Literature is a must especially in Asia. THESIS STATEMENT: Students who learn English Literature have greater chance to be successful in their studies and careers despite the limitation faced by the countries whose English is second language. INTRODUCTION Topic sentence: Learning English Literature is proven to be the closest subject to human nature aside

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    Ch7 The animals worked really hard to build the windmill, and there were not enough food for them. They made the food bins look full to let the humans believe that they live very well. The animal built the windmill’s wall twice as thick as before. Napoleon started selling 400 eggs a week. Squealer told every animals that Snowball had been partner with Jones from the beginning, and he had caused all the bad things. Squealer also said the reason why Napoleon killed those animals is

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    ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore Revision Guide ------------------------------------------------- Act I Scene 1 ------------------------------------------------- Plot Summary: * ------------------------------------------------- The Friar and Giovanni discuss Giovanni's incestuous love for his sister, Annabella. * ------------------------------------------------- The friar, formerly Giovanni's teacher when he studied at the university of Bologna, warns him of the seriousness of his sin, but

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    God Took Him To His Loving Home saw him getting tired, a cure was not to be. He wrapped him in his loving arms and whispered ‘Come with me.’ He suffered much in silence, his spirit did not bend. He faced his pain with courage, until the very end. He tried so hard to stay with us but his fight was not in vain, God took him to His loving home and freed him from the pain. God Took Him To His Loving Home God saw him getting tired, a cure was not to be. He wrapped him in his loving arms

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    Gitártab: Kovács Ákos – Hello tab Em          G   Em            G Hello, hello, újra itt vagyok, D                                                  Em                      Vissza kellett jönnöm hozzád, és lehet, hogy maradok. Em            G       Em           G Tudom, tudom, nem láttál rég, D                                                 Em Bármit is mondasz, szemedben a megértés tüze ég.       C                            D                      Hm                             Em-D

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