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We know that learning all of the anthology poems is never an easy task and this blog is here to help you. These guides should lead you to a better understanding of each poem, its context and the key language and structural elements that might be discussed in an exam.
Each blog includes general information, some contextual thoughts, analysis of structure and tone, and then an in-depth look at the language and ideas of the poem.
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Need to find a specific poem?
These link to each of our in-depth revision blogs to help you get your head wrapped around poetry.
- Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley
- London by William Blake
- Extract from The Prelude by William Wordsworth
- My Last Duchess by Robert Browning
- The Charge of the Light Brigade by Alfred Lord Tennyson
- Exposure by Wilfred Owen
- Storm On the Island by Seamus Heaney
- Bayonet Charge by Ted Hughes
- Remains by Simon Armitage
- Poppies by Jane Weir
- War Photographer by Carol Ann Duffy
- Tissue by Imtiaz Dharker
- The Émigrée by Carol Rumens
- Kamikaze by Beatrice Garland
- Checkin Out Me History by John Agard
We know that studying poetry can seem very daunting, so we hope that you will find this GCSE Poetry Revision Guide a useful and valuable resource for exam preparation.
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