Conflict in war is presented as unfair and unconsidered lives are taken needlessly and the long-term effects on those who have been ordered to act in this way is left unnoticed the speaker seems. Authors's ideas and background bayonet charge by ted hughes ted hughes was born in 1930 and died in 1998 he was an english poet and children's writer. • some of the ideas about conflict that are presented in the two stories • how the writers present these ideas by the ways they write [30 marks] ao4 [4 marks] turn over for the next question 1 5 ted hughes bayonet charge simon armitage remains jane weir poppies carol ann duffy war photographer imtiaz dharker tissue.
Effects of conflict (and reality of conflict w/poppies) the charge of the light brigade, exposure, bayonet charge, remains, poppies, war photographer and kamikaze loss and absence. A level 6 (grade 9) answer on 'bayonet charge' and 'exposure' which addresses the effects of conflict. The power of a national flag it's presented as a conversation between a naive questioner and a sceptical responder one characters asks questions about the flag, and the other character explains that the flag has the power to make people fight wars. To know which conflict is represented in ‘bayonet charge’ to understand how ted hughes explores the theme of conflict in ‘bayonet charge’ to be able to make relevant notes when gathering ideas about conflict to be used in a reading.
This guide contains ideas and resources for teaching the poems in the ‘power and conflict’ cluster of the aqa poems past and present anthology the anthology is examined in aqa gcse english literature (8702) for teaching from september 2015. In ozymandias, shelley describes the ruins of the once great tomb of ramses ii, also known as ozymandias this tomb was intended to memorialize ramses' greatness, but instead paints a sad. Compare the ways poets present fear in 'bayonet charge' and in one other poem from power and conflict 2 bayonet charge lessonnotebook 7 january 29, 2018 'bayonet charge' hughes context: hughes' father was a soldier in the. How conflict is presented in charge of the light brigade compare how conflict is presented in the charge of the light brigade and one other poem form the conflict cluster the two poems “charge of the light brigade” and “bayonet charge” both present conflictsconflict often has harmful effects, including causing death and destruction, so it is usually viewed negatively.
In the last post, i explored the use of form and structure in bayonet charge by ted hughes, which is in this year’s aqa gcse english literature anthology for exams from 2017 today, i’ll be exploring how language works with the form and structure to convey hughes’ viewpoint about the themes of conflict explored in the poem. Contents: 1– key terms 2– ozymandius 3– london 4– prelude (extract) 5– my last duchess 6– charge of the light brigade 7– exposure 8– storm on the island 9– bayonet charge 10– remains 11– poppies 12– war photographer 13– tissue 14– the emigree 15– checking out me history 16– kamikaze 17– themes, structure and revision. Kamikaze by beatrice garland her father embarked at sunrise with a flask of water, a samurai sword in the cockpit, a shaven head full of powerful incantations and enough fuel for a one-way journey into history but half way there, she thought, recounting it later to her children, he must have looked far down at the little fishing boats strung. Aqa power and conflict poems to compare to eachother watch announcements the charge of the light brigade x bayonet charge remains x exposure poppies x war photographer depends what the question is a lot of them can go together nicely and if its just a question on how is power presented you have a lot of options edit. Poetry analysis: 'poppies' - jane weir in 'poppies', weir is comparing the tranquillity of nature with the carnage of war the poem shows how the soldiers sacrificed their life to “ransom” the hills of france thus showing how france’s freedom was paid by the blood of these young men.
The poem ‘bayonet charge’ was part of the collection hawk in the rain the conflict isn’t specified, but the likelihood is that it is world war 1, as there is a reference to the ‘king. Compare how war is presented in ‘ ‘the charge of the light brigade’ and one other poem 2 compare how the effect of conflict is presented in ‘remains’ and one other poem 3 compare how soldiers are presented in ‘bayonet charge’ and one other poem 4 compare how identity is presented in ‘’checking out’ and one other poem. The title, 'poppies' immediately summons up one of the most potent symbols of warfare in the twentieth century--the poppies worn on remembrance day as a symbol of the fallen.
This is a sample answer for the aqa power and conflict poetry section with several supporting worksheets the contents are: 1 power and conflict sample answer – this 800-word sample answer to the question is presented in two formats for your convenience. Compare the experience of the soldiers in charge of the light brigade and bayonet charge essay bayonet charge is about a ww1 soldier who is running with his heavy rifle across a field under enemy fire - compare the experience of the soldiers in charge of the light brigade and bayonet charge essay introduction. Bayonet charge remains poppies war photographer tissue the emigree kamikaze checking out me history explode the quotation below in your book how is political conflict presented in london mind-forg’d manacles chartered thames black’ning church runs in blood down palace walls. Bayonet charge uses the second person 'he' which allows the reader to be removed and to judge the events of war critically nature is shown to be powerful and a source of conflict man is shown to be the main source of power and conflict.
Compare the way in which the reality of war is presented in ‘bayonet charge’ and one other poem from ‘power and conflict’ compare the way the poets present loss in ‘ poppies ’ and one other poem from ‘power and conflict. Sample question whatever grade you are working towards, the basic structure of any answer will be the same: the introduction will explain the relevance of the question to what feelings the poem. People affected by conflict, excluded from home, culture, sadness, effect of culture on individuals garland - speaker within country, reflecting on life as an outcast rumens - speaker safe but.