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please see the attached folder one guide file to do the assignment.

there will be 3 poems need to write about.

1- read the folder 1 guide.

2- read the 3 pdf files.

3- read the powerpoint.

(literary terms and short essay on poetry)
Minimum 800 words for each poem “3 poems need to do.”
• William Morris, “The Defence of Guenevere”
• Lizette Woodworth Reese, “Guinevere in Almesbury Convent”
• Sara Teasdale, “Guenevere”
Perform a complete close-reading of the poems from the list above. You will need to use the
analysis approach A Very Smart Way My Little Pal from the “Poetry” Powerpoint in the Week 5
folder. You should go through each of the slides and search the poem for a provocative example
from each category. Your goal for each example and interpretation is to A) convince me that you
understand the category’s definition and importance and B) show me that you can use that
category to analyze a poem. The goal is to look at poems from all of these angles to gain a better
understanding of that poem. For this reason, I do not want you to use different poems for each
category, so do the poems and be sure you have something to say about it for each category.
Some categories contain multiple terms in parentheses. You do not need to refer to ALL of these
terms, but I do want you to refer to one or some of them in your answer, depending on what you
find in your chosen lines from the poem.
Lines from the poem: Write out the line or lines that exemplify each category.
Surprising Interpretation: Explain how this particular example leads to a surprising interpretation
of the poem. Each “Surprising Interpretation” should be a minimum of 80 words (but thoughtful,
precise words and NOT filler!).
Word Count: Please include the word count of only the “surprising interpretation” (and not the
Lines from the poem) in the bullet point beneath it.
Example (I’m giving you an example of just one category, but you are to do all 10 categories for
your poems):
Poem author and title: Alfred Lord Tennsyon, “Guinevere”
8. Metaphor, Mind, Motivation
 Line(s) from the poem: “as the village wife who cries/ ‘I shudder, some one steps
across my grave’” (no line number given; page 2 of PDF)
ï‚¡ Surprising interpretation: The comparison between two things is: Queen
Guinevere and a village wife. The line uses a simile to achieve this comparison. By
comparing the queen to a superstitious “village wife,” the poem demotes Queen
Guinevere’s rank and thus her importance. Following the simile with a hypothetical
emotional fear that a village wife might have further trivializes the queen’s
perspective and situation, suggesting that the reader should not sympathize with her.
The mentioning of a “grave” also looks ahead to her own death and legacy, in the
case of the poem’s mindset, a shameful legacy. The image of “some one” who “steps
across my grave” also suggests the metaphorical spreading of rumors about someone
after they are dead, which is essentially the motivation of the poem.
ï‚¡ Word count: 125
Poem author and title:
1. Address and Apostrophe
ï‚¡ Line(s) from the poem:
ï‚¡ Surprising interpretation:
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2. Verb tenses and verbs
ï‚¡ Line(s) from the poem:
ï‚¡ Surprising interpretation:
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3. Sentences (declarative, imperative, interrogative, exclamative, paratactic, hypotactic,
ï‚¡ Line(s) from the poem:
ï‚¡ Surprising interpretation:
ï‚¡ Word count:
4. Shape (stanza, refrain)
ï‚¡ Line(s) from the poem:
ï‚¡ Surprising interpretation:
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5. Syntax (inversion, parallel structure, chiasmus)
ï‚¡ Line(s) from the poem:
ï‚¡ Surprising interpretation:
ï‚¡ Word count:
6. Sound (rhyme, alliteration, meter)
ï‚¡ Line(s) from the poem:
ï‚¡ Surprising interpretation:
ï‚¡ Word count:
7. Words (denotation, connotation, diction)
ï‚¡ Line(s) from the poem:
ï‚¡ Surprising interpretation:
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8. Metaphor, Mind, Motivation
ï‚¡ Line(s) from the poem:
ï‚¡ Surprising interpretation:
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9. Line (anaphora, end-stopped line, enjambment)
ï‚¡ Line(s) from the poem
ï‚¡ Surprising interpretation:
ï‚¡ Word count:
10. Purpose
 “Considering all your other observations, what purpose does the poet-speaker seem
to have in writing and speaking or thinking this poem? Why say or write these things
instead of remain silent, and why say or write these things in verse instead of use
another form of representation?” (Sagaser 2018)
ï‚¡ This is a summative question, so please reflect on your interpretations from the
previous nine categories rather than pointing to one line or category.
ï‚¡ Answer:
Grading Rubric
Each category contains an intriguing quotation whose content exemplifies the category. The
“surprising interpretation” shows a clear understanding of the category definition and of the
poem and moves beyond plot summary. The interpretation correctly names formal features
in the quotation and clearly explains how formal features produce surprising meanings in the
text. The interpretation is not self-evident. It is not something that someone could say after a
first-read of the poem, but rather requires deeper thought and a connection to the formal
elements of the text. The interpretations exceed the minimum word count (minimum 80
words each category; minimum 800 words total) and are a pleasure to read and contains
few or no errors.

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