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    Comparing Hurricane Hits England and Blessing The narrator in Hurricane Hits England is Grace Nichols who was born in the Carrribean and the narrator in Blessing is perhaps a person in a country suffering drought, probably in Central Africa. I know this by the way that she describes the conditions “‘silver’ crashes to the ground” and “the sudden rush of fortune” this suggests that water is given value (silver) And she or her friends or family must know and may have experienced these conditions

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    Hurricane Hits England

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    Hurricane Hits England In the first cluster of shots, the director immediately establishes the setting by showing the wallpaper and swaying chandelier in the room. The swaying chandelier is shown for a few seconds, and then the camera immediately focuses on the swinging swings. The director has shown the strength of the hurricane by using inanimate objects, moving without anyone pushing them. In the background, a narration of the poem by Grace Nichols is heard: "The howling ship of the

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    In ‘hurricane hits England’ (hurricane) by Grace Nichols the arrival of the hurricane challenges the thoughts of the poet, she is initially from the Caribbean but now live in Sussex, until the arrival of the hurricane she has not felt at home in England. This is similar to ‘presents from my Aunts in Pakistan’ (presents) by Moniza Alvi, she also has roots from another country and now lives in England. The arrival of presents from the Pakistan culture challenges her thinking,

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    Sujata Bhatt, Hurricane Hits England by Grace Nichols and Presents from Aunts in Pakistan by Moniza Alzi 'Search For My Tongue', by Sujata Bhatt is a forceful poem describing her experience of being caught between two cultures. This poem expresses how she feels that she has lost her mother tongue while speaking the foreign language within which she now lives, but in her dreams it grows back. Similarly, 'Hurricane Hits England', by Grace Nichols describes how she felt alone in England, a foreign

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    events are expected to occur in the future, such as hurricanes and flooding. Currently, 11 percent of the city’ s area is currently included in the 100-year flood plain, affecting over 400,000 residents, and that number could increase to 20% by 2100 (Gerken, 2015). The mayor of the city, Bill de Blaiso, had announced a sweeping plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by the year 2050, allegedly make neighborhoods safer from disaster.

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    The Effect of the Dream Hurricane on Island Man and Grace Nichols Spread out across the world there are many different talented people, some which happen to be poets, many which are form different cultures from us. In these cultures are many different types of people, fat, thin, white, tanned, or even the way they act or dress. However, sometimes people aren't happy with what culture they are so decide to move into a different one. This may be due to them being unhappy, like the sound of

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    Compare how Nichols and Alvi explore the issue of identity in Hurricane Hits England and Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan In this essay I aim to compare the two poems Compare how Nichols and Alvi explore the issue of identity in “Hurricane Hits England” and “Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan” In this essay I aim to compare the two poems “Hurricane Hits England” by Grace Nichols and “Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan” by Moniza Alvi. I aim to analyse the language and structure shape

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    The Great Hurricane of 1938, or known to many as the Long Island Express, was known as one of the most disastrous hurricanes to hit New England. It wasn’t the high winds, heavy rain, and high waves/storm surge that gave this hurricane its title in history. The Great Hurricane had a fourth deadly weapon; the element of surprise. It was the beginning of September, a time where many packed up their summer clothes, boarded up their houses, and left to return back to the real world leaving their summer

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    New England Hurricane

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    on the New England coast and tore apart the lives of thousands. On September 21st, 1938, a devastating, Category 5 hurricane hit New England with a force that obliterated entire towns. New England was never a target for hurricanes, so no one was prepared for the destruction and loss that would be caused by the super storm. There were several conditions and causes for this storm, but there was one thing this hurricane had that most others did not - the element of surprise. The hurricane had extreme

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    rain, well you are in a hurricane. Hurricanes are one of the most powerful storms that can occur. Hurricanes are formed through specific months due to the temperature. They could last for various time periods. These storms are known for all the destruction they cause. There are two hurricanes that are greatly known for the path of destruction they left. Hurricanes are massive tropical storms with heavy rain and wind. They are very similar to low-pressure systems. But hurricanes are actually low-pressure

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