Monday, June 23, 2014

ANALYSING POETRY - RESPONSE TO POETRY QUESTIONS

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN FULL SENTENCES IN YOUR BOOK. USE QUOTES TO SUPPORT YOUR ANSWERS.

  1. What is the poem's subject matter: (Look at the Title first)
  2. Which words and *poetic techniques provoke emotions or attitudes to the poem's subject matter?
  3. What do you like about the poem (i.e. meanings, poetic techniques, words, imagery, feelings?) What do you dislike about the poem?
  4. Is it a **lyrical poem (about feelings about something), a ***narrative poem (a ballad, one that tells a story), or a ****dramatic poem (one that speaks to another unseen person)?
  5. What does the poem remind you of (i.e. other poems, movies, books, songs, photographs, historical events, current events?)
  6. Describe the picture of Australian/other cultural life it represents.
  7. Which parts and ways of thinking about a particular culture does it celebrate, or not celebrate, or criticise?
  8. Is the representation of the culture good for most people, some people, few people?
  9. What do you think is the purpose of the poem (to entertain, to inform, to persuade, to reflect)?
  10. Does it call for any change to the status quo?
*POETIC TECHNIQUES:

Symbols, imagery, alliteration, assonance, personification, metaphor, simile, allusion etc. Check your list of poetic techniques.

EXAMPLES OF TYPES OF POEMS

**LYRICAL POEM - My Country, by Dorothea Mackellar


***NARRATIVE POEM - Clancy of the Overflow, by Banjo Patterson


****DRAMATIC POEM - Annabelle Lee, by Edgar Allan Poe


1 comment:

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    Sri Gita Govinda
    -A book written in the 12th century, this is a description of the intimate loving affairs of Radha and Krishna
    http://www.mediafire.com/view/keqr4lqp7wr1rru/Sri_Gita_Govinda.pdf

    Govinda Lilamrta
    -An 400 year old book which poetically describes the eternal daily pastimes of Radha and Krishna
    http://www.mediafire.com/view/uhcuigauc6uqiei/Govinda_Lilamrita.pdf

    Ananda Vrindavan Campu
    -This is probably the most poetic and intimate portrayal of Sri Krsna’s life in Vrndavana that has ever been written.
    http://www.mediafire.com/view/k9j3ldwbt17be3b/Ananda_Vmdavana_Campu.pdf

    Prayers of Service to Radha and Krishna (Sankalpa Kalpadruma)
    http://www.mediafire.com/view/lvkqsro3sbzm249/Visvanath_Cakravarti_Thakur_Sankalpa_Kalpadruma.pdf

    Prema Samputa The Treasure Chest of Love
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    The Meeting in the Box
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    The Meeting of Sri Krishna Disguised as a Female Doctor
    http://www.mediafire.com/view/hgomrnem7829pda/The_Meeting_of_Sri_Krsna_Disguised_as_a_Female_Doctor.pdf

    The Meeting of Sri Krishna Disguised as a Female Singer
    http://www.mediafire.com/view/gyuboduhn8dvdml/The_Meeting_of_Sri_Krsna_Disguised_as_a_Female_Singer.pdf

    The Meeting of Sri Krishna Disguised as Abhimanyu
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