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Year 12 Poetry Essay

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A Year 12 English essay discussing how the poetry of Frost, Eliot and Plath develop universal themes through simple imagery. Received a 19/20.

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Year 12 Poetry Essay
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Literature Poetry Sylvia Plath Members of the Order of Merit The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock T. S. Eliot Sylvia Robert Frost Lady Lazarus
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Literature Poetry Sylvia Plath Members of the Order of Merit The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock T. S. Eliot Sylvia Robert Frost Lady Lazarus
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” 1129 Words Universal themes are developed through simple imagery in poetry. Routine, inner conflict and death are themes explored through simple images in the poetry of Robert Frost, T.S. Eliot and Sylvia Plath. Each poet has their own ideas about life and death and through simple images conveys their thoughts to their readers. Innocuous items such as stones and apples become symbols about the walls people build between neighbours and a life well lived. Frost, Eliot and Plath use strong, simple images to develop and support the universal themes of routine, inner conflict and death in their poetry. Simple images develop the underlying theme of man’s inability to break routine in Frost’s “ Mending Wall” and Eliot’s “Rhapsody on a Winter’s Night”. Frost explores the idea that men build walls between themselves, not because they are needed but because they have alw...
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