It purposefully uses imagery from the historic western film genre to clash with contemporary references comparison like quickdraw, nettles makes use of imagery . Comparison nettles like quickdraw, nettles makes use of imagery from a different context to bring significance to seemingly everyday circumstances sister maude sister maude also presents the idea of conflict and violence in a relationship but between sisters rather than lovers. The poem explores the connotations of the word 'bed' and 'bed of nettles' which emphasises the nettles the word 'spears' has a double meaning of weapon and flower stalk personification of the nettles is used on line 3 and the regiment reference features military, archaic language. English literature revision comparison nettles • like quickdraw, nettles makes use of imagery from a different context to bring significance to seemingly .
Transcript of comparing 'the manhunt' and 'quickdraw' the poem is full of wild west/gunslinger imagery highlight five examples comparison where do we begin . Unseen poetry analysis – the manhunt the use of figurative language is developed with repeated imagery of pain and injury the speaker recounts. Imagery • the way in which she describes his injuries how could they be said the reflect the relationship eg distant, how she cares for him, how. I wear the two, the mobile and the landline phones, / like guns, slung from the pockets on my hips i’m all / alone you ring, quickdraw, your voice a pellet / in my ear, and hear.
Relationships ‘love spins gold, gold, gold from straw’ (‘hour’, carol ann duffy) the different kinds of relationships between people are the focus for this cluster romantic love, the sometimes strained relationships between siblings, or the strong bonds of love between parent and child. Aqa poetry: compare 'nettles' (imagery of war/pain and protection) 'in paris with you' (emotional pain, repercussions of pain and trauma) and 'quickdraw' (pain . Contrast message) or sonnet 43 (nourishment of the soul, proclaimation, grand imagery, all consuming) or nettles (patent protection of the child, makes us like the recipient, amigous ending on childs future and how the parent sees it). Scribd es red social de lectura y publicación más importante del mundo.
Nettles by vernon scannell my son aged three fell in the nettle bed bed seemed a curious name for those green spears that regiment of spite behind the shed it was no place for . Compares with ‘nettles’ – imagery of war / pain and protection ‘in paris with you’ – emotional pain, repercussions of pain and trauma ‘quickdraw’ – pain of. English revision notes nettles could be used for comparison good to compare with the anger expressed in sister maude and the sense of being hurt in quickdraw . ‘the manhunt’ is a poem written by simon armitage it is included on the english literature gcse syllabus the poem is based on a number of tensions and contrasts which highlight both the physical and psychological effects of war key phrases are colour-coded to match the analysis below a . ‘quickdraw’ is dominated by action, and active verbs: ‘ring’ ‘quickdraw’ ‘hear’ ‘groan’ ‘wounded’ ‘speak’ ‘twirl’, rather than analysis or traditionally poetic or elegiac imagery.
This powerpointcovers the essential skills for band 5 + 6 on both comparison in ‘nettles’ and one other poem imagery is used to convey . Comparing the manhunt and quickdraw the themes of the poems the manhunt and quickdraw are about love and heartbreak both quickdraw and the manhunt explore. Quickdraw- difficult relationship that's tense also exiting nettles makes use of imagery from a different context to bring significance to seemingly everyday circumstances sister maude also presents the idea of conflict and violence in a relationship but between sisters rather than lovers.
Essay about nettles, quickdraw imagery comparison in nettles imagery is used to describe the nettles: “that regiment of spite”, “green spears” “fierce parade” martial imagery is juxtaposed against the domestic setting. Poetry : relationships cluster some revision activities • pick out and explain 3 examples of imagery used within ‘quickdraw’ by carol ann duffy. The poem ‘nettles’ is a poem that explores the relationship between a father and his son, “nettles” is cleverly structured ie the writer uses engaging imagery and words that normally wouldn’t be used in the context present within the poem to effectively get the poet‘s message across. In quickdraw an ordinary situation is transformed into something more significant, if comical, through the use of unusual imagery in nettles imagery is also used to transform a situation .