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Describe and explain the use of enjambment in ‘Ozymandias’.

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How is a sense of struggle portrayed in ‘When We Two Parted’? How successfully are feelings of bitterness portrayed in ‘When We Two Parted’? How is the theme of secrets presented in ‘When We Two Parted’? How does the poet express his own feelings in ‘When We Two Parted’? How is the theme of time presented in ‘When We Two Parted’? How is the theme of memory presented in ‘When We Two Parted’? How are feelings of guilt explored through different poetic techniques in ‘When We Two Parted’? How is the theme of forgiveness depicted in ‘When We Two Parted’? Describe and explain the form of ‘When We Two Parted’. Describe and explain the structure of ‘When We Two Parted’. To what extent may the structure of ‘When We Two Parted’ be considered unusual? How is a sense of discomfort created through form in ‘When We Two Parted’? How is a sense of discomfort created through form in ‘When We Two Parted’? Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of the theme of family in ‘Eden Rock’. Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of different relationships in ‘Eden Rock’. Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of the theme of memory in ‘Eden Rock’. Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of the theme of distance in ‘Eden Rock’. How are feelings of fondness explored in the first three stanzas of ‘Eden Rock’? To what extent does the structure of ‘Eden Rock’ help to reflect a steady relationship with parents? What effect does use of half-rhymes in ‘Eden Rock’ have on the reader’s emotional connection with the poem? Analyse the title of ‘Eden Rock’. What could it eb a reference to? Explore the poet’s use of symbolism and its effect on the reader in ‘Eden Rock’. Which poetic devices does the author use to create a sense of peace in ‘Eden Rock’? Pick two examples of enjambment in ‘Eden Rock’ and explore their impact on the reader. Why might the poet have chosen to use monosyllabic language in ‘Eden Rock’? Why might the poet have chosen to use monosyllabic language in ‘Eden Rock’? How is a sense of ambiguity created in the final line of ‘Eden Rock’? Evaluate the poet’s presentation of family ties in ‘Eden Rock’. Explore the poet’s presentation of death and the afterlife in ‘Eden Rock’. To what extent does the speaker project an accepting attitude towards death in ‘Eden Rock’? To what extent does use of caesuras in ‘Eden Rock’ enhance the description of the poem? Describe and explain two examples of imagery in ‘Eden Rock’. Describe the poet’s presentation of the father in ‘Eden Rock’. To what extent are family ties presented as everlasting in ‘Eden Rock’? Which poetic devices are used to depict a paradise in ‘Eden Rock’? What effect does use of a first-person narrative in ‘Eden Rock’ have on the reader? What impact does use of the present tense in ‘Eden Rock’ have on the reader? Analyse the phrase ‘somewhere beyond’ in ‘Eden Rock’. What might this phrase suggest? Analyse the tone of the opening stanza of ‘Eden Rock’. How does the poet use imagery to enhance emotion in ‘Eden Rock’? How does the poet use different poetic devices in the second stanza of ‘Eden Rock’ to present the mother? Analyse the sentence ‘The sky whitens as if lit by three suns’ in stanza four of ‘Eden Rock’. Which literary devices are used by the poet here to create an impact on the reader? To what extent does symbolism in ‘Eden Rock’ allow the reader to emotionally connect with the main themes of the poem? How is the theme of young love presented in ‘Singh Song!’? How are ideas surrounding relationships presented in ‘Singh Song!’? and one other poem of your choice? Which poetic devices are used to create humour in ‘Singh Song!’? Which poetic devices are used to explore feelings surrounding immigration in ‘Singh Song!’? Which poetic devices are used to explore the theme of change in ‘Singh Song!’? Which poetic devices are used to explore romance in ‘Singh Song!’? Which poetic devices are used to explore generational clashes in ‘Singh Song!’? Explore the varying use of sentence length and their impact on the reader in ‘Singh Song!’ Describe and explain the meter of ‘Singh Song’ and the possible reasons for the poet using this meter. How are ideas of assimilation portrayed in ‘Singh Song!’? Describe and explain the poet’s exploration of identity in ‘Singh Song!’. Describe and explain Byron’s use of consonance and how it helps to reinforce key words in ‘Singh Song!’ Which poetic devices are used to explore cultural differences in ‘Singh Song!’? Which poetic devices are used to create tension in ‘Singh Song!’? Describe and explain the poet’s exploration of the theme of responsibility in ‘Singh Song!’. What effect does the repetition of the phrase ‘9 O’clock’ in ‘Singh Song!’ have on the reader? How are feelings of frustration explored through poetic techniques in ‘Singh Song!’? Evaluate the poet’s exploration of people’s priorities in life in ‘Singh Song!’ How is a sense of struggle portrayed in ‘Singh Song!’? How successfully are feelings of worry portrayed in ‘Singh Song!’? How does the poet use rhythm to create a song-like quality in ‘Singh Song!’? To what extent can the tone of ‘Singh Song!’ be considered comedic? What effect might the constant use of colloquialism in ‘Singh Song!’ have on the reader? What effect might the refrains featured throughout ‘Singh Song!’ have on the reader? What effect might the constant misspellings in the first stanza in ‘Singh Song!’ have on the reader? What effect might the constant use of informal language in the first stanza in ‘Singh Song!’ have on the reader? To what extent is the content of the fourth stanza of ‘Singh Song!’ slightly ambiguous? Which poetic devices does the poet use to create colour in ‘Singh Song!’? To what extent does the final stanza of ‘Singh Song!’ contrast with the rest of the poem? How are feelings of tenderness portrayed at the end of ‘Singh Song!’? Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of the theme of conflict in ‘Kamikaze’. Analyse the title ‘Kamikaze’. What is its contextual meaning? Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of the theme of war in ‘Kamikaze’. Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of the theme of distance in ‘Kamikaze’. How are feelings of fright explored in ‘Kamikaze’? To what extent does the structure of ‘Kamikaze’ help to enhance the emotions of the poem? What effect does the lack of rhythm and rhyme in ‘Kamikaze’ have on the reader’s emotional connection with the poem? Describe and explain the structure of ‘Kamikaze’. Explore the poet’s use of symbolism and its effect on the reader in ‘Kamikaze’. Which poetic devices does the author use to create tension in ‘Kamikaze’? Pick two examples of imagery in ‘Kamikaze’ and explore their impact on the reader. How is patriotism explored in the opening stanza of ‘Kamikaze’? How does the tone shift throughout ‘Kamikaze’ through change in narrative? How are elements of Japanese culture explored through different poetic devices in ‘Kamikaze’? How is a sense of pride created in the opening stanza of ‘Kamikaze’? How is a sense of honour created in the opening stanza of ‘Kamikaze’? How is a sense of glory created in the opening stanza of ‘Kamikaze’? What effect might repetition of the word ‘safe’ in ‘Kamikaze’ have on the reader? Describe and explain two examples of imagery in ‘Kamikaze’. Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of ideas of Japanese national identity in ‘Kamikaze’. Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of ideas of the beauty of the natural world in ‘Kamikaze’. How successfully does the poet refer to the shame of war in ‘Kamikaze’? What effect does use sibilance have on the reader in ‘Kamikaze’? What impact does use of metaphorical language in ‘Kamikaze’ have on the reader? Analyse the phrase ‘Her father embarked at sunrise’ in ‘Kamikaze’. What might this phrase suggest? Analyse the tone of the opening stanza of ‘Kamikaze’. How does the poet use imagery to enhance emotion in ‘Kamikaze’? How does the poet use different poetic devices in the second stanza of ‘Kamikaze’ to present ideas of war? Analyse the sentence ‘a tuna, the dark prince, muscular, dangerous.’ in ‘Kamikaze’. Which literary devices are used by the poet here to create an impact on the reader? To what extent does symbolism in ‘Kamikaze’ allow the reader to emotionally connect with the main themes of the poem? How is the theme of love presented in ‘When We Two Parted’? How are ideas surrounding relationships presented in ‘When We Two Parted’? and one other poem of your choice? Which poetic devices are used to create feelings of sadness in ‘When We Two Parted’? Which poetic devices are used to explore feelings surrounding heartbreak in ‘When We Two Parted’? Which poetic devices are used to explore the theme of separation in ‘When We Two Parted’? Which poetic devices are used to explore feelings of coldness in ‘When We Two Parted’? Which poetic devices are used to evoke feelings of sorrow in ‘When We Two Parted’? Explore the varying use of sentence length and their impact on the reader in ‘When We Two Parted’. Describe and explain the meter of ‘When We Two Parted’ and the possible reasons for the poet using this meter. How are ideas of infidelity portrayed in ‘When We Two Parted’? Describe and explain the poet’s exploration of betrayal in ‘When We Two Parted’. Describe and explain the poet’s exploration of pain in ‘When We Two Parted’. How are themes of sadness and tears explored through poetic devices in ‘When We Two Parted’? Describe and explain the poet’s exploration of regret in ‘When We Two Parted’. Why might the poet have chosen to use falling rhythm in ‘When We Two Parted’? What effect does use of dactylic diameter have on the reader of ‘When We Two Parted’? How are feelings of frustration explored through poetic techniques in ‘When We Two Parted’? Evaluate the poet’s exploration of discomfort in ‘When We Two Parted’? How is a sense of struggle portrayed in ‘When We Two Parted’? What effect do the short sentences in ‘When We Two Parted’ have on the reader? How does the poet use rhythm to create a sense of heaviness in ‘When We Two Parted’? To what extent can the tone of ‘When We Two Parted!’ be considered that of heaviness and discomfort? How is internal rhyme used to emphasise certain emotions in ‘When We Two Parted’? What effect might the use of irony featured throughout ‘When We Two Parted’ have on the reader? To what extent is ‘When We Two Parted’ a way for the writer to express grief? To what extent may ‘When We Two Parted’ be considered a cathartic poem? Evaluate the poet’s exploration of feelings of bitterness in ‘When We Two Parted’. Which poetic devices does the poet use to create feelings of guilt in ‘When We Two Parted’? How is a sense of time portrayed through different poetic devices in ‘When We Two Parted’? How is the theme of forgiveness portrayed throughout ‘When We Two Parted’? Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of the theme of conflict in ‘Checking Out Me History’. Analyse the title ‘Checking Out Me History’. What may its overall meaning be? Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of the theme of colonial discrimination in ‘Checking Out Me History’. Evaluate the poet’s portrayal of the theme of distance in ‘Checking Out Me History’. How are is the theme of racial discrimination explored in ‘Checking Out Me History’? To what extent does the structure of ‘Checking Out Me History’ help to enhance the emotions of the poem? What effect does informal language have on the reader of ‘Checking Out Me History’? Describe and explain the structure of ‘Checking Out Me History’. Explore the poet’s use of symbolism and its effect on the reader in ‘‘Checking Out Me History’. How does the poet use deliberate misspelling to allow the reader to emotionally connect with the message of the poem in ‘Checking Out Me History’? Pick two examples of imagery in ‘Checking Out Me History’ and explore their impact on the reader. Pick two examples of rhyme in ‘Checking Out Me History’ and explore their impact on the reader. Pick two examples of repetition in ‘Checking Out Me History’ and explore their impact on the reader. To what extent is ‘Checking Out Me History’ playful in tone? Explore the two voices and the way they are distinguished in ‘Checking Out Me History’. How is a sense of pride created through us of Guyanese dialect in ‘Checking Out Me History’? To what extent does the conversational style of ‘Checking Out Me History’ help the poem to become more personal? Explore two examples of alliteration in ‘Checking Out Me History’ and explain their impact on the reader. What effect might the metaphor ‘a healing star’ in ‘Checking Out Me History’ have on the reader? Describe and explain two examples of imagery in ‘‘Checking Out Me History’. What impact does the irregular stanza and line length in ‘Checking Out Me History’ have on the reader? What impact does the constantly changing metre in ‘Checking Out Me History’ have on the reader? What impact does the constantly changing rhythm in ‘Checking Out Me History’ have on the reader? How is the theme of history explored in ‘Checking Out Me History’? How is the theme of myth and legend explored in ‘Checking Out Me History’? How is the theme of imperialism and empire explored in ‘Checking Out Me History’? How are victims of war presented through different literary devices in ‘Checking Out Me History’? How are ideas related with culture explored in ‘Checking Out Me History’? How are ideas related with cultural conflicts explored in ‘Checking Out Me History’? How are ideas related with identity explored in ‘Checking Out Me History’? How do the possessive and reflexive pronouns ‘me own’ emphasise individuality in ‘Checking Out Me History’? How is the theme of mountaineering portrayed in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How is the theme of memory portrayed in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How are different childhood memories depicted in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How successfully is the theme of nostalgia portrayed in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How is the theme of unconditional love portrayed in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How is the theme of family relationships portrayed in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How is appearance depicted and explored in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? Explore the use of extended metaphor and its impact on the reader in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’. Analyse the phrase ‘First, the old brogues’ in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’. How successfully is this phrase able to express the smaller details of the grandfather’s appearance? Analyse the phrase ‘At his still firm shoulder’ in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’. How successfully is this phrase able to express the smaller details of the grandfather’s appearance? Analyse the phrase ‘not looking down, for climbing has its dangers’ in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’. How successfully is this phrase able to express feelings of grief? How is the theme of grief portrayed in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? Explore how feelings of distress are created in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’. Pick two examples of imagery in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ and analyse their impact on the reader. To what extent is the speaker’s grandfather portrayed as a heroic figure in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? To what extent is the speaker’s grandfather portrayed as an impressive figure in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? To what extent is the speaker’s grandfather portrayed as a mysterious figure in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? To what extent is the speaker’s grandfather portrayed as a remote figure in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How are images of landscape used to depict the grandfather in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? Explore the speaker’s intimacy of his relationship with his grandfather and the poetic devices used to express their closeness in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’. What impact do the verbs ‘pushing’ and ‘trying’ in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ have on the reader? What effect does use of present tense in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ have on the reader’s emotional connection with the speaker? What effect does use of first person in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ have on the reader’s emotional connection with the speaker? What effect does use of narrative verse in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ have on the reader’s emotional connection with the speaker? To what extent is the tone of ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ relaxed and gentle? Pick two examples of enjambment in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ and explore their impact on the reader. Why might the poet have chosen not to use obvious structural features such as rhymes and repetitions in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? Why might the poet have chosen to use a single verse structure in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? To what extent is the grandfather represented as an imposing figure in the speaker’s memory in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? Pick two individual metaphors in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ and explore their impact on the reader. What impact does the comparison of a scar with a ‘glassy ridge’ in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ have on the reader? Pick one example of a simile in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ and evaluate its impact on the reader. Pick one example of a paradox in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ and evaluate its impact on the reader. Compare the presentation of love in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ and ‘Letters from Yorkshire’. Compare the presentation of memory in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ and ‘Letters from Yorkshire’. What impact does the frequent everyday language in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ have on the reader? How is a sense of immediacy created in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? Why might the poet have chosen to use a familiar relative as the central figure in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? To what extent is the reader able to relate with the personal experiences mentioned in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? To what extent may the reader of ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ find the grandfather figure intriguing? Why might Dooley have chosen to switch between the past and present tense in ‘Letters from Yorkshire’? What effect does use of personification in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ have on the reader? How is a sense of curiosity created through different poetic devices in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? To what extent are aspects of the poet’s life reflected through the language used in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? To what extent is the time at which ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ written reflected in the poem? To what extent is the place in which ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ written reflected in the poem? How does the Waterhouse use imagery to reflect his interest in the natural world in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How is an ambiguous tone created in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? What does the simile of ice in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’ emphasise? How does the poet use texture to convey different places in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How does the poet portray the grandfather’s personality in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How does the poet depict feelings towards another person in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How is a child’s view of the world explored in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? Analyse the title of ‘Climbing My Grandfather’. What impact might the title have on the reader? Why might the poet have chosen to use a lack of punctuation marks in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How is a sense of continuity created through structure in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How is humour created in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? How is humour created in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’? Explore one example of oxymoron in ‘Climbing My Grandfather’. What does the very first line of ‘Climbing My Grandfather’, ‘I decided to do it for free’, explain about the poet and the grandfather?