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Why might the artist have made changes to the poem?Does the poem take on a different meaning in song form than in poetic form?Structure your essay into an introduction, body, and conclusion, and make sure that it focuses on a main idea. Use textual evidence, including scansion, to support your ideas.Part BRevise the draft of your essay before you submit it to your teacher. Use the following checklist to revise your essay:Does the essay have a clear and concise main idea?Is this idea made clear to the reader in a thesis statement early in the essay (usually in the first paragraph)?
Is there a clear plan and sense of organization to the essay?Have you included concrete examples from the poem to support the claims in the essay?Is each paragraph clearly related to the main claims of the essay?Is the main point of each paragraph clear in the essay?Does the essay's conclusion emphasize the main idea and provide a sense of completeness?Part CUpload your essay as a word-processing document to the Graded Activities panel at the left-hand side of the screen. Be sure to submit it for grading.