Love and Relationships poetry

Amy Nichol
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Mind Map on Love and Relationships poetry, created by Amy Nichol on 03/22/2016.

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Love and Relationships poetry
1 Loves Philosophy
1.1 THEMES
1.2 LANGUAGE
1.3 STRUCTURE
1.4 CONTEXT
1.5 Percy Bysshe Shelley
2 Walking Away
2.1 THEMES
2.2 LANGUAGE
2.3 STSRUCTURE
2.4 CONTEXT
2.5 Cecil Day-Lewis
3 Eden Rock
3.1 THEMES
3.2 LANGUAGE
3.3 STRUCTURE
3.4 CONTEXT
3.5 Charles Causley
4 Singh Song!
4.1 CONTEXT
4.2 STRUCTURE
4.3 LANGUAGE
4.4 THEMES
4.5 Daljit Nagra
5 Porphyria's Lover
5.1 Robert Browning
5.2 THEME
5.3 LANGUAGE
5.4 CONTEXT
5.5 STRUCTURE
6 Farmers Bride
6.1 Charlotte Mew
6.2 THEMES
6.2.1
6.3 LANGUAGE
6.4 CONTEXT
6.5 STRUCTURE
7 Before you were mine
7.1 THEMES
7.2 LANGUAGE
7.3 STRUCTURE
7.4 CONTEXT
7.5 Carol Ann Duffy
8 Mother, any distance
8.1 CONTEXT
8.2 LANGUAGE
8.3 THEMES
8.4 STRUCTURE
8.5 Simon Armitage
9 Winter Swans
9.1 Owen Sheers
9.2 THEMES
9.3 LANGUAGE
9.4 STRUCTURE
9.5 CONTEXT
10 Follower
10.1 Seamus Heaney
10.2 THEMES
10.3 LANGUAGE
10.4 STRUCTURE
10.5 CONTEXT
11 Sonnet 29
11.1 Elizabeth Barrett-Browning
11.2 THEMES
11.3 LANGUAGE
11.4 STRUCTURE
11.5 CONTEXT
12 Climbing My Grandfather
12.1 CONTEXT
12.2 STRUCTURE
12.3 LANGUAGE
12.4 THEMES
12.5 Andrew Waterhouse
13 Letters From Yorkshire
13.1 CONTEXT
13.2 STRUCTURE
13.3 LANGUAGE
13.4 CONTEXT
13.5 Maura Dooley
14 When We Two Parted
14.1 STRUCTURE
14.1.1 cyclical structure
14.1.1.1 sadness cannot be escaped
14.1.1.2 looking for sympathy
14.1.1.3 self preservation
14.1.1.4 "silence and tears"
14.1.2 Regualar structure
14.1.2.1 Four Ochtets ABABCDCD
14.1.2.1.1 strrict structure = societies strict rules
14.1.2.1.2 his feelings dont change / regular pain
14.1.3 reoccuring past tense
14.1.4 accentual verse
14.2 LANGUAGE
14.2.1 superlative
14.2.2 death vocab / pun
14.2.3 sibilance
14.3 THEMES
14.3.1 lost love
14.3.2 forbidden love
14.3.3 regret
14.3.4 negative sad tone
14.4 CONTEXT
14.4.1 About a scandelous relationship with Lady Webster
14.4.2 Byron was renowned for his sexuality and demands for freedom for opressed people
14.5 Lord Byron
15 Neutral Tones
15.1 CONTEXT
15.2 STRUCTURE
15.3 LANGUAGE
15.4 THEMES
15.5 Thomas Hardy
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