Here’s a full analysis of the poem ‘The Three Fates’ by Rosemary Dobson, tailored towards GCSE/IGCSE students but also suitable for those studying at a higher level.
STORY / SUMMARY
SPEAKER / VOICE
STRUCTURE / FORM
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The Complete Cambridge / CIE IGCSE Poetry Anthology Bundle
This revision pack contains detailed analyses of each poem in the CIE / Cambridge IGCSE Poetry Songs of Ourselves collection, including suggested themes that may form the basis of exam questions. **Contents:** 'Amends' - Adrienne Rich 'Caged Bird' - Maya Angelou 'Sonnet 43' - Elizabeth Barrett Browning 'Farmhand' - James K. Baxter 'Little Boy Crying' - Mervyn Morris 'Marrysong' - Dennis Scott 'Mid-Term Break' - Seamus Heaney 'Muliebrity' - Sujata Bhatt 'Not Waving But Drowning' - Stevie Smith 'Plenty' - Isobel Dixon 'Rising Five' - Norman Nicholson 'She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways' - William Wordsworth 'Sonnet 29' - Edna St. Vincent Millay 'The Three Fates' - Rosemary Dobson 'Those Winter Sundays' Robert Hayden Analysis for each poem includes: * VOCABULARY * STORY/SUMMARY * SPEAKER/VOICE * LANGUAGE * FORM/STRUCTURE * ATTITUDES * CONTEXT * THEMES BONUS: *How to Understand the Mark Scheme: CIE / Cambridge IGCSE Literature (0475 / 0992)* *Assessment Objectives and What They Mean: CIE / Cambridge IGCSE Literature (0475 / 0992)* *Essay Example on 'Plenty' by Isobel Dixon* *'The Three Fates' B Grade Essay Example + Feedback* *'Little Boy Crying' by Mervyn Morris - Essay Example*
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