Here’s a full analysis of the poem ‘Homecoming’ by Lenrie Peters, tailored towards A Level students but also suitable for those studying at a higher level.
STORY / SUMMARY
SPEAKER / VOICE
STRUCTURE / FORM
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CIE A-Level Lit Songs of Ourselves - PART ONE BUNDLE PACK
This revision pack contains detailed analyses of each poem in the CIE A-Level Lit Songs of Ourselves collection, including suggested themes that may form the basis of exam questions. Contents: "A Wife in London" - Thomas Hardy "A Complaint" - William Wordsworth "A Song of Faith Forsworn" - John Warren "Darkness" - Lord Byron "Distant Fields / ANZAC Parade" - Rhian Gallagher "Farewell, ungrateful traitor" - John Dryden "First March" - Ivor Gurney "Futility" - Wilfred Owen "Homecoming" - Lenrie Peters "I Years Had Been From Home" - Emily Dickinson Analysis for each poem includes: VOCABULARY STORY/SUMMARY SPEAKER/VOICE LANGUAGE FORM/STRUCTURE ATTITUDES CONTEXT THEMES
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