English Literature

The Circle Game by Margaret Atwood

http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/177288

EAL4U Poetry Section 2A

Images in “The Five Stages of Grief” and “Modern Edifices”

Fill in the charts by analyzing the imagery, syntax and diction of the two poems. Refer to specific passages and use quotation marks around the quoted passages.

“The Five Stages of Grief”

  Image 1 Image 2
Quotation: Give an example of imagery in the poem by quoting a line of   verse or a stanza from the text.    
Type of   Imagery: List the sense(s) to which the image   appeals    
Description: Describe the image in your own words. Be detailed.

 

 

 

   
Diction: List specific words chosen by the poet to create the image and   explain why they are important.

 

   
Syntax: Explain how the grammatical structure of the quotation reinforces   the image.

 

 

   

 

 

 

“Modern Edifices

  Image 1 Image 2
Quotation: Give an example of imagery in the poem by quoting a line of   verse or a stanza from the text.    
Type of   Imagery: List the sense(s) to which the image   appeals    
Description: Describe the image in your own words. Be detailed.

 

 

 

   
Diction: List specific words chosen by the poet to create the image and   explain why they are important.

 

   
Syntax: Explain how the grammatical structure of the quotation reinforces   the image.

 

 

   

 

 

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