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  • POETRY REVIEWRHYME: ENDING OF WORDS (FLOOR, DOOR) RHYME SCHEME: RHYME PATTERN (AABC) REPETITION: REPEATED WORD USED TO STRESS OR PUT EMPHASISM SIMILE : USE OF LIKE OR AS TO COMPARE METAPHOR: COMPARISON BETWEEN 2 UNLIKE THINGS

    OXYMORON: TWO CONTRASTING WORDS NEXT TO EACH OTHER TO SIGNIFY SOMETHING ALLITERATION: THE REPEATED SOUND OF THE FIRST CONSONANT IN A SERIES OF MULTIPLE WORDS IMAGERY: APPEAL TO SENSES TASTE, SIGHT, SOUND, TOUCH, SMELL EXAGGERATION: TO EMPHASIZE OR HEIGHTEN EFFECT HYPERBOLE IDIOM: WORDS TOGETHER = DIFFERENT MEANING WORDS SEPARATE = INDIVIDUAL HAVE DIFFERENT MEANING ONAMATOPEIA: WORD FORMED FROM SOUNDS - BUZZ, CLICK PERSONIFICATION: GIVING HUMAN QUALITIES TO AN ANIMAL OR OBJECT ZOOMORPHISM: GIVING ANIMAL QUALITIES TO A HUMAN OR OBJECY

  • I Wandered Lonely as a Cloudby William Wordsworth

  • I Wandered Lonely as a CloudIntroducing the Poem

  • AnalysisIn this poem the speaker describes a memorable, inspiring moment in which he connected deeply with nature. The opening lines compare the speaker, in his solitary strolling, to a drifting cloud.The solitude is broken when the speaker notices some daffodils dancing in the breeze.

  • READ THE POEM

    1) FIND THE RHYMIC PATTERN

    2) WHAT KEYWORDS STAND OUT TO YOU? WHAT DO THEY HAVE IN COMMON ?

    3) WHAT IS THE POEM ABOUT (LITERAL)

    4) WHAT POETIC TECHNIQUES ARE USED ?

    5) WHAT IS THE THEME OF THE POEM ?

  • SOME IDEASABABCC 4 STANZAS 6 LINES

    SIMILE: AS A CLOUD PERSONIFICATION: DAFFODILS DANCING IN THE BREEZE OXYMORON: BLISS OF SOLITUDE SYMBOL: THE CLOUD DAFFODILS

    WHAT IS THE LINK BETWEEN THE CLOUD AND DAFFODILS ?

  • The World is Too Much With Us

  • The World Is Too Much With Usby William Wordsworth

  • WORDS TO UNDERSTANDSORDID BOON Sordid is a strongly negative word dirty, cruel, filthy, even selfish."Boon" is something granted to you a favor, a benefit. BOSOM Chest PAGAN - One who has little or no religion and who delights in sensual pleasures and material goods CREED OUTWORN system of RELIGIOUS beliefs LEA grassland/meadow FORLORN appearing sad/lonely PROTEUS a sea God TITAN giant sized family of Gods

  • READ THE POEM 1) FIND THE RHYMIC METER 2) WHAT KEYWORDS STAND OUT TO YOU? WHAT DO THEY HAVE IN COMMON ? 3) WHAT IS THE POEM ABOUT (LITERAL) 4) WHAT POETIC TECHNIQUES ARE USED ? 5) WHAT IS THE THEME OF THE POEM ?

  • AnalysisThe Poet states how the world is so overwhelming and how we do not focus on its beauty (nature) and that we waste ourselves.

    He then goes on to describe the world based on the elements of water (sea), air (wind), earth (flowers) and how we are out of tune with our planet. (it moves us not)

    He concludes that he rather be a Pagan (a worshipper or enthusiast of nothing), looking at the sea, so it looks like he cares (make me less forlorn).

  • SOME IDEASABBAABBA CDCDCD

    1 STANZA 14 LINES

    OXYMORON: SORDID BOON CONTRAST: PAGAN / CREED

    PERSONIFICATION: SEA THAT BARES HER BOSOM ZOOMORPHISM: WINDS THAT WILL BE HOWLING

    SYMBOL: POWERS, GETTING/SPENDING

  • POETRY TEST

    1 POEM 2 STANZAS

    LITERAL QUESTIONS: WHAT IS THE SETTING ? WHAT IT THE POEM ABOUT ?

    INTERPRETATIVE QUESTIONS: WHAT ARE THE POETIC TECHNIQUES THAT ARE USED ? WHAT IS THE THEME OF THE POEM ?

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