READING : Kirszner, L. G., & Mandell, S. R. (2012). Compact literature: Reading, reacting, writing (8th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. ISBN 13: 9781111839017 ——CHAPTER 33 ??Poetry for Further Reading?
Instructions:3 full pages (not incl. title/reference page)
Option 2: Poetry Comparison-Contrast Explication
Choose two of the poems from your readings in Chapter 33: ?Poetry for Further Reading? and compose a written explication that compares and contrasts the two poems.?The poem you select must be sophisticated enough to sustain a detailed comparison-contrast analysis. You may choose poems by the same poet you discussed in the Module 5 Discussion Board, a poet who comes from a different culture than your own.
Your explication should be 3-4 pages.
It should compare and contrast one or more of the poem\’s elements (see readings from chapters 27 and 28 for specific elements).
Your explication is not a summary of what the poems are about. Nor are you expected to unravel either of the poems? ?meaning.?? Rather, you are explaining how the poets used a particular poetic element, and you are analyzing, by comparing and contrasting, how that element affects the rest of the poems.
When writing your comparison-contrast explication:
Choose poems that are sophisticated enough to sustain a detailed analysis.
Include a thesis statement that states the element you are analyzing and why.
Follow a systematic writing pattern by analyzing the element on which you are focusing line by line or stanza by stanza.
Provide textual examples (words, phrases, and lines) from the poem to illustrate your analytical statements. Cite your sources using correct APA formatting?
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