Love Poetry


Hugh Fox Love Poetry

1.0) How to analyze a poem?

GCSE English: Analysing an Unseen Poem

1.1) How does the poet feel?

1.2) Why do they feel this way?

1.3) How do you know?

2.0) ‘Sonnet 116’ by William Shakespeare (GCSE analysis)

Sonnet 116 – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2.1) How does William Shakespeare feel?

2.2) Why do they feel this way?

2.3) How do you know?

3.0) Khalil Gibran “The Prophet”

The Prophet (book) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

3.1) How does Khalil Gibran feel?

3.2) Why do they feel this way?

3.3) How do you know?

4.0) Meeting at Night

Meeting at Night – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

4.1) How does Robert Browning feel?

4.2) Why do they feel this way?

4.3) How do you know?

5.0) Love’s Philosophy by Percy Bysshe Shelley (read by Tom O’Bedlam)

Love’s Philosophy – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

5.1) How does Percy Bysshe Shelley feel?

5.2) Why do they feel this way?

5.3) How do you know?

6.0) Poetry Video / Poetry Comic: “Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe

Annabel Lee – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

6.1) How does Edgar Allan Poe feel?

6.2) Why do they feel this way?

6.3) How do you know?

7.0) Bright star, would I were steadfast as thou art… | John Keats

Bright star, would I were steadfast as thou art – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

7.1) How does John Keats feel?

7.2) Why do they feel this way?

7.3) How do you know?

8.0) ‘To His Coy Mistress’ by Andrew Marvell (GCSE analysis)

To His Coy Mistress – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

8.1) How does Andrew Marvell feel?

8.2) Why do they feel this way?

8.3) How do you know?

 

Handout at:

https://www.scribd.com/doc/252013671/Love-Poetry-Worksheet

 

 

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