Poetry Analysis Worksheet, Full version

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Poetry Analysis Worksheet , Full version Name: __________________ Instructions : For the stanza or poem assigned to you and/or your partner, provide the following information. Use the back of the sheet if necessary. 1. Speaker's (detectable) identity (note: poet is not the speaker): 2. Situation of the speech (poem): 3. Subject(s) of the poem: a. b. 4. Tone(s): a. Identify speaker's attitude toward subject(s): b. Identify speaker's attitude toward audience(s): c. Note any changes of tone (cite line number/s): 5. Diction a. Circle one: Colloquial Middle Formal b. List words from specialized vocabulary(ies):
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6. Word List: Go through poem/stanza word by word; put the following kinds of words into categories by usage (as best you can). If a word is repeated, mark it with slash marks, eg., flower / / / /. Make chart larger if necessary. Nouns Verbs/als Adj/advs Preps Conjuncs Pronouns Articles 7. Images (word that represents something that can be perceived by one of the five senses: vision, hearing, taste, touch, smell) Choose 3 images. 1.
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