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    Carrickfergus was written by an Irish writer called Louis MacNeice in The 20th Century. The poem "Carrickfergus" was written by an Irish writer called Louis MacNeice in The 20th Century. It was written in four line stanzas and now I am going to analyse this poem and talk about each stanza. In the first line of the first stanza, we notice that the child Louis MacNeice is using specific detail in his poem as he says he was born in Belfast between the mountain and the gantries. MacNeice was brought

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    different headings. As I drew near the wall of files, the first to catch my attention was one that read "Girls I have liked." I opened it and began flipping through the cards. I quickly shut it, shocked to realize that I recognized the names written on each one. And then without being told, I knew exactly where I was. This lifeless room with its small files was a crude catalog system for my life. Here were written the actions of my every moment, big and small, in a detail my memory couldn't match.

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    This poem is about a woman who was buried long ago and thinks that the digging above her is her loved ones sending flowers, but they have all forgotten her. Therefore, from the three poems as stated in the text above, what is the comparative analysis of loss between Bronte and Hardy? Firstly, going back to Bronte’s poem, Remembrance, what are the main themes of loss interpreted? So, this poem is about a girl who died fifteen years past the time the poem was written. It is about a lover of the one

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    Changing Realism Of A Common Man From The 50’s When all literature is written, the author or poet is influenced by the happenings of the time or era in which they live. What this does is give the reader a sense of how the author or poet perceives the time. In particular the poem entitled, “Life Cycle of Common Man” by Howard Stanley Nemerov shows a direct connection between the poem itself, and the time in which it was written. Nemerov uses his thoughts and experiences from the 50’s and 60’s to

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    Conflict And Co-operation

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    they were written by people who were actually in the war. They know what they're talking about but you can't be sure if they're completely honest. Sources C and D are secondary evidence, this means that they have been adapted from somewhere and researched. Source E is they source of our own choice, the information I have chosen for it is secondary evidence. Sources A and B =============== Source A is an extract from an Autobiography by Siegfried Sassoon, it was written in 1928,

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    Alabama Moon by Watt Key

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    things on his own including living alone. On page 3 I found out that he was ten years old because it said “I was ten years old and he’d taught me everything I needed to know about living out in the forest.” So this showed me that he knew how to live in his own out in the forest and that he was ten years old which was pretty young to be living on his own out in the forest. At first when Moon was scared and lonely without his dad he was aggressive with the other characters. On page 27 Moon really showed

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    very different, one is a picture taken as the event happened, the other a written account given long after the event. There are issues surrounding each and their usefulness and reliability. Source B has some obvious limitations, First of all we do not know why it was taken, was it government propaganda or simply a picture taken for a family photo album? Both would have very different implications. As propaganda was made in order to encourage parents to send their children away, the photo

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    Ever world

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    Ever world Ever world, this book was about a group of friends, not close friends but they got along most of the time. A girl that was a sort of oddity in their school sucked them (in the previous book of the series) into a mysterious world. She led them too a lake and it just sort of sucked them in. If you don't get how it happened don't feel too bad because I didn't either. Anyway, they are in this "ever world" and they have no idea how to get out, they only passage is when they fall asleep

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    Thesis 3

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    the books that are destroyed but the freedom of creativity. According to the quote if “culture” does not read books then that is just as bad as if books were never written at all. If one day students decided that going to school and getting an education was no longer important, they would not have to physically destroy it because it was already figuratively destroyed. This applies to life today because more and more now a days people are reading less and less, and instead they are watching television

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    give the public the impression that evacuation was popular among those affected and put out propaganda pictures and film to this effect,. At this time the government media was all biased and they wanted to persuade mothers to evacuate their children for there safety. Some parents had realised that they could not put there children in danger and some did not realise that it was serious. Source B is an extract about a teacher talking bout how she was evacuated in world war two. The aim of the

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