How to Analyse Poetry - Art of Poetry Volume Two Classroom Set (10 Copy Set)

 
9781910038123: How to Analyse Poetry - Art of Poetry Volume Two Classroom Set (10 Copy Set)
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Neil Bowen has been teaching English for 15 years, working in both the state and independent sectors. Currently he is Head of English at Wells Cathedral School in Somerset. He has written many articles on English Literature and a number of popular teaching resources for 'A' level. Recently he has started a Masters Degree in Literature and Teaching at Cambridge University. Neil created and runs the literature website, peripeteia.web.com and will be contributing to our new website, Literary Investigations. An award winning poet, Matthew Curry has written many articles and resources on poets, including Emily Dickinson, W.B. Yeats and Wilfred Owen. 'In Galloway', Matthew's walking guide with accompanying poems, was a Hay Festival Book of the Year in 2012. An Irish English teacher with a first class degree in Engineering and a Masters degree in American Literature, Michael Meally is head of 'A' level English at Wells Cathedral School, Somerset. Currently a Pastoral Head of Year 11, Sally Rowley is a highly experienced teacher of GCSE English who has also been an examiner for English Literature at 'A' level.

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Classroom Sets consisting of 10 copies of ISBN 9781909618831 at a reduced price. Confronting the dark art of poetry? Trying to disentangle poetic meanings or just want to get a top grade in your exam? Then look no further. From students with a keen interest in literature, to teachers wondering where to start with those poems haunting your curriculum, this book will show you the way.

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