Julie_Foxworth_s_Poetry_Paper review

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1 Julie Foxworth English 113 Instructor Lesh 15 June 2011
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Comparison between “The Fish” and “Dog’s Great paper, I think that it’s a good grade like it is. Just look over and possibly change bits here and there that we all possibly missed when reading. I have nothing bad to say about this paper, good job! Good start! Possibly get rid of such Maybe put a comma somewhere in there Great job on taking direct quotes from the poems, throughout your paper. Death”
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There are some similarities between Elizabeth Bishop’s “The fish" and John Updike’s “Dog’s Death”, but there are also some important differences. The en Great paper, I think that it’s a good grade like it is. Just look over and possibly change bits here and there that we all possibly missed when reading. I have nothing bad to say about this paper, good job! Good start! Possibly get rid of such Maybe put a comma somewhere in there Great job on taking direct quotes from the poems, throughout your paper. dings of the two poems seem to oppose each other; however some of the imagery created in the poems are similar.
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These two poems exemplify a relationship and appreciation which develops between a human and an animal/fish. In Updike’s “Dog’s Death”, the relationship of a dog and its owner is developed, providing the reader with an understanding of the role such Great paper, I think that it’s a good grade like it is. Just look over and possibly change bits here and there that we all possibly missed when reading. I have nothing bad to say about this paper, good job! Good start! Possibly get rid of such Maybe put a comma somewhere in there Great job on taking direct quotes from the poems, throughout your paper. an animal plays in a family. In Bishop’s poem, “The Fish”, the speaker illustrates a human’s development of the understanding and appreciation for the perseverance of a triumphed fish.
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