Answered a Question in The Red Convertible
I gave a similar assignment to a class a few years ago. I asked them to create a soundtrack for a novel we had read that year, as if...
Answered a Question in John Keats
Keats wrote the poem "To Autumn" late in his poetic career, and it has been referred to as one of the most perfect poems in the...
Answered a Question in Alias Grace
Margaret Atwood's novel, Alias Grace tells the story of a murder from the perspective of one of the accused murderers. Grace...
Answered a Question in Poetry
I assume when you say "the poet breaks the line into more than one" you mean the poet breaks the sentence into lines. An important...
Answered a Question in Spoon River Anthology
Each of the poems in Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River Anthology is told from the perspective of a ghost. The ghosts, former...
Answered a Question in Wilfred Owen
I believe I am reading the same poem as you, though in my textbook, the poem has only two stanzas. The first stanza of the poem...
Answered a Question in Maus
Art Spiegelman's amazing books Maus I and Maus II are biographical graphic novels retelling the story of his...
Answered a Question in She Walks in Beauty
This is an interesting way to approach the poem "She Walks in Beauty" because the issue seems to be raised in the poem itself. In the...
Answered a Question in An Anthem
Annotating a poem is simply putting your analysis of the work in writing. Oftentimes, the annotation is made by writing notes...
Answered a Question in Literature
It's interesting that many have chosen characters so they could change their actions. But my choice requires no change: Anne Shirley,...
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