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Poetry Analysis

Poetry Assessment

Briefly state in your own words what the poem is about (subject), then compare and contrast the theme of both poems.
How do the two authors define and describe family?
What were some of the symbols the authors used in their poem?
What are some of the images that you found in the poems?
Why do you think these images are relevant?
What is the authors tone in these poems?
How does the tone in these poems impact the way you feel about them?
What do you think Hulme means when he says "I walked abroad,/ And saw the ruddy moon lean over a hedge/ Like a red-faced farmer"? Why do you think he choose to express it this way?
In the poem "Quiet Night Thoughts" why do you think the moon reminds the speaker of their hometown?
In the poem "Autumn" the author mentions the "odor of the rain", what does rain smell like to you and what does it remind you of?
Created by: salix100