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1
Q

Section A

A

45 minutes

36 marks

Answer 1 question from 2

2
Q

What counts as structure in poetry:

A

Order of stanzas

Openings and endings

Rhyming

Rhythm

Repetition

Enjambment

Verse length

3
Q

Unseen poem time limit:

A

30 minutes

4
Q

Structure of unseen question:

A

About 3 PEAs

5
Q

What to do in unseen question:

A

Analyse quotes

Explain effect on reader

Mention poets ideas

6
Q

What to do in the exam for the unseen question:

A

Read and annotate

3 minutes annotating the poem - at least 3 quotes

7
Q

Sonnet 116 form:

A

Sonnet - popular about love

Made up of three quatrains with rhyming couplet at end

Regular rhyme - order and completeness

8
Q

Sonnet 116 structure -

A

Quatrains discuss same idea of love being unchanged

Final couplet narrators guarantee that he’s telling truth

9
Q

Sonnet 116 feelings and attitudes -

A

Devotion

Constancy

True love

10
Q

To his coy mistress feelings and attitudes:

A

Impatience

Urgency

Reluctance

11
Q

To his coy mistress form -

A

First person narrator - direct appeal to his coy mistress of the title

Rhyming couplets which make poem witty and well constructed

12
Q

To his coy mistress structure -

A

Traditional structure for arguments

13
Q

To his coy mistress hyperbole:

A

Mocks mistress romantic ideas about love

Sense of frustration shown through irony and exaggeration

14
Q

To his coy mistress feelings and attitudes:

A

Impatience

Urgency

Reluctance

15
Q

The farmers bride form:

A

Dramatic monologue, mostly iambic tetrameter

Rhyme scheme that varies

16
Q

The farmers bride - feelings and attitudes

A

Frustration

Desire

Fear

17
Q

Sonnet 43 form -

A

Petrarchan form, an octave followed by a sestet

18
Q

Sonnet 43 - feelings and attitudes

A

Deep and lasting love

Unselfish love

Virtue

19
Q

Sister Maude - feelings and attitudes

A

Betrayal

Jealously

Spitefulness

Cold anger

20
Q

Sonnet 116 form:

A

Sonnet - popular about love

Made up of three quatrains with rhyming couplet at end

Regular rhyme - order and completeness

21
Q

Sonnet 116 structure -

A

Quatrains discuss same idea of love being unchanged

Final couplet narrators guarantee that he’s telling truth

22
Q

Sonnet 116 feelings and attitudes -

A

Devotion

Constancy

True love

23
Q

To his coy mistress feelings and attitudes:

A

Impatience

Urgency

Reluctance

24
Q

To his coy mistress form -

A

First person narrator - direct appeal to his coy mistress of the title

Rhyming couplets which make poem witty and well constructed

25
Q

To his coy mistress structure -

A

Traditional structure for arguments

26
Q

To his coy mistress hyperbole:

A

Mocks mistress romantic ideas about love

Sense of frustration shown through irony and exaggeration

27
Q

To his coy mistress feelings and attitudes:

A

Impatience

Urgency

Reluctance

28
Q

The farmers bride form:

A

Dramatic monologue, mostly iambic tetrameter

Rhyme scheme that varies

29
Q

The farmers bride - feelings and attitudes

A

Frustration

Desire

Fear

30
Q

Sonnet 43 form -

A

Petrarchan form, an octave followed by a sestet

31
Q

Sonnet 43 - feelings and attitudes

A

Deep and lasting love

Unselfish love

Virtue

32
Q

Sister Maude - feelings and attitudes

A

Betrayal

Jealously

Spitefulness

Cold anger

33
Q

Nettles - feelings and attitudes

A

Anger

Revenge

Frustration

Tenderness

34
Q

Born yesterday - feelings and attitudes

A

Tenderness

Scorn

Realism

35
Q

The manhunt - feelings and attitudes

A

Caring

Patience

Pain

36
Q

Hour - feelings and attitudes

A

Cherishing the moment

Strong belief

Physical pleasure

37
Q

In Paris With You - feelings and attitudes

A

Self pity

Bitterness

Humour

Lust

38
Q

QuickDraw - feelings and attitudes

A

Hurt

Expectation

Tension

39
Q

Ghazal - feelings and attitudes

A

Intense love

Playfulness

Pleasure

40
Q

Brothers - feelings and attitudes

A

Frustration

Guilt

Regret

41
Q

Praise song for my mother - feelings and attitudes

A

Gratitude

Joy

Praise

42
Q

Harmonium - feelings and attitudes

A

Speechlessness

Humour

Sadness

43
Q

Theme - Different feelings about each other

A

To his coy mistress

The farmers bride

44
Q

Theme - Protective relationships

A

The manhunt

Nettles

Born yesterday

45
Q

Theme - Mean and cruel relationships

A

Sister Maude

QuickDraw

46
Q

Theme- Inconsiderate

A

In Paris With You

Brothers

47
Q

Theme - bitter relationships

A

In Paris With You

Sister Maude

48
Q

Theme - regret and negative emotions

A

Brothers

The Farmers Bride

49
Q

Theme - romantic love

A

Manhunt

Hour

Ghazal

50
Q

Poetic devices including Enjambment:

A

To his coy mistress

Hour

51
Q

Poems with less strict patterns:

A

QuickDraw

Harmonium

52
Q

Beginnings that set the tone:

A

Sister Maude

Born Yesterday

In Paris With You

53
Q

Closing couplets that sum up the poems:

A

Sonnet 116

Praise song for my mother

54
Q

Surprising closing lines:

A

The farmers bride

Brothers

55
Q

Poems in first person:

A

Manhunt

Hour

56
Q

Rhyme to add force:

A

Ghazal

Born yesterday

57
Q

Rhyme that enhances feeling of poem:

A

Sister Maude

Praise song for my mother

The farmers bride

58
Q

Poems that use natural imagery:

A

Ghazal

Nettles

Praise Song for my mother

59
Q

Irony in poems:

A

Nettles

Brothers

60
Q

Poems that use sarcasm to make a point:

A

To his coy mistress

Born yesterday

61
Q

Poems that create an unhappy mood:

A

The farmers bride

Harmonium