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Poetry Viva - English Assignment

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Hey, just wondering if anyone would be able to give me a basic run down of this poem I'm doing an assignment on for school. I'm supposed to have a strong thesis based upon what the poem is actually about, and i've got a fairly good idea of what this poem is about and what poetic devices it uses (another thing we're meant to analyse) including metaphors, the use of irony, etc.. but was just wondering if anyone could break it down for me and give me a strong thesis based upon what they believe the poem is about. Thanks The poem is 'This is a Hymn' by Lorna Goodison For all who ride the trains all night sleep on sidewalks and park benches beneath basements and abandoned buildings this is a hymn. For those whose homes are the great outdoors the streets their one big room for live men asleep in tombs this is a hymn. This is a hymn for bag women pushing rubbish babies in ridiculous prams dividing open lots into elaborate architects' plans. Mansions of the dispossessed Magnificence of desperate rooms Kings and queens of homelessness Die with empty bottles Rising from their tombs. This is a hymn for all recommending a bootstrap as a way to rise with effort on your part. This is a hymn may it renew what passes for your heart. This hymn is for the must-be-blessed the victims of the world who know salt best the world tribe of the dispossessed outside the halls of plenty looking in this is a benediction this is a hymn.
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Looking for a yearbook quote. Here are my criteria: It can be a little cynical, humorous, but it shouldn't make me seem like I think I'm better than everyone. Any quotes that could work?
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In the past year and a half I have changed my life a lot, mostly for the better. I've also encountered two murderers in this time, having lived with one and been employed by another. One of these individuals was shot by police, while the other is out of prison as the charges have been stayed due to inconsistencies with the evidence. One of the improvements is that I've recently started browsing /lit/ (former /v/ browser, current /mu/ and sometimes /fit/ browser). This board has helped to reignite my desire to be a writer, which had been trampled out of me during my teen years by my desire to fit in, yet I'm unsure where to start. Would it be in poor taste to write about my experiences encountering these killers? I don't want to write something to just get readers based on their names, so maybe I should do it as fiction? What do you think /lit/? I know my writing is terrible, if there are grammatical errors in this post please point them out. I haven't been in school since 2008 when I graduated high school.
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Does /lit/ have any thoughts on Margaret Atwood? Reading "The Handmaid's Tale" at the moment and enjoying it, though she's not the most subtle writer I can think of.
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Post your favorite book in this thread or face the consequences!!!!!! >tfw pleb

Bloated novel

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I'm writing a novel, I've written 37,000 words, I've only just got to the point where I am comfortable editing my own work, and it's probably about 25% unnecessarily bloated descriptions. And another 25% of the body are things which add to the image but are not a part of the plot - things the story can be told without. I know this is a problem. I suppose because I'm finally confident enough to be ruthless, I need to know HOW MUCH of a problem this is. Is editing worth pursuing, or should I attempt a rewrite, keeping strictly to clean prose? Tl;dr my novel reads like Wilde not Hemingway, help?
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Silmarillion thread: Who is your favorite character/kingdom. Who is your favorite Vala.
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http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/09/19/zadie-smith-10-rules-of-writing/ Discuss.
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ITT: Words you can never spell correctly the first time >Seize >Thrash >Conceive Your turn Laptop fags need not apply
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Hey /lit/ I loved Molloy, but started Malone Dies and was bored by it, so I gave up after 20 pages or so. This was a few months ago already. I'm now getting the urge to try more Beckett. Would you advise against going into The Unnamable without having read Malone Dies, or will it not matter? >inb4 just read Malone Dies, it's so short I'm quite a slow reader so the feeling of wasting time bothers me too much for that.
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Hey /lit/, I'm looking for some great reads. Can you guys post some of your most favorited books?
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first person or third person /lit/?
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So I'm working on a paper for a comparative politics course looking at the reasons behind the successful establishment of democracy in Germany and Japan following WWII. I've done quite a bit of research thus far and found commonalities in Germany and Japan's political culture (the Junker class and Samurai class), the advent of industrialization in both countries, their history of liberal political thought etc. Are there any other main commonalities in these states which would support a preconditionist theory of democratization in these two cases?
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Annabel Annabel where did you go? You went exactly where I sent you. Away from me. With all my force I made you leave, and with all your force you left. The end. I don't think about you for about three days. I think three days is about the average and then someone brings up your name in conversation somenone tells a story about you not even about you your name just happens to flow past and I lose it I don't show it never show it I could pass a lie detector no problem but within I am burning I know I sent you away, I know I drove you from me but alas I can't help but think of you as mine mine own I would leave my best friend for you now that I've lost you But when I had you I wouldn't have left an aquaintance Hell I wouldn't introduce you to an aquaintance Afraid that people would talk and now when people talk I am still afraid that people will talk say your name in conversation tell a story about you or just hearing your name flow past in conversation
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How to write my manifesto?
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Guys, I screwed up big time. I urgently need full text of Brian Moore's "Black Robe" and I don't have a physical copy. Tried google already, no avail, as well as #bookz, no matches. Can anyone help? >mfw
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Can someone please make it clear to me how The Awakening is a "groundbreaking feminist novel" as opposed to the anecdote of a selfish, depressed, horny rich bitch?
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I’ve begun my voyage in a paper boat without a bottom; I will fly to the moon in it. I have been folded along a crease in time, a weakness in the sheet of life. Now, you've settled on the opposite side of the paper to me; I can see your traces in the ink that soaks through the fibre, the pulped vegetation. When we become waterlogged, and the cage disintergrates, we will intermingle. When this paper aeroplane leaves the cliff edge, and carves parallel vapour trails in the dark, we will come together. Dunno if this is the place to ask but I've been trying to decipher what the fuck the speak is talking about in this quote. For those who don't know it's from the "game" titled, "Dear Esther". Anyone wanna help me out? This game has quite a few quotes that really stand out to me for some reason, yet I have no idea what in the hell they mean! Picture unrelated: My pirate kitty
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So I'm guessing that since you fuckers are into books and shit you're all uglier than sin and physically incapable of any strenuous exercise Sound about right?






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