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Edexcel GCSE English Literature Unseen Poetry | Contents of Poems

pdodd | Sunday December 14, 2014

Categories: KS4, EDEXCEL GCSE, Edexcel GCSE English Literature 2015, Component 2: 19th Century Novel and Poetry since 1789

Contents of Poems

Love and Relationships

A. First Love-John Clare
B. Genetics- Sinead Morrissey
C. The Gift- Chrissy Banks
D. The Armada- Brian Patten
E. ‘You Idiot!...- Basil Bunting
F. I am Very Bothered- Simon Armitage

Conflict and Power

A. An Irish Airman Foresees His Death- W.B. Yeats
B.  Hiroshima Child- Nazim Hikmet
C.  If We Must Die- Claude McKay
D. Five Ways To Kill a Man- Edwin Brock
E.  Who’s For The Game?- Jessie Pope
F.  The Battle- Louis Simpson

Youth and Age

A. My Number- Billy Collins
B. The Explosion- Philip Larkin
C. Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers- Adrienne Rich
D. Still-Life- Elizabeth Daryrush
E. Those Winter Sundays-Robert Hayden
F. Night feed- Eavan Boland

Time and Place

A. After the Titanic- Derek Mahon
B. The City Planners- Margaret Attwood
C. The Planners- Boey Kim Cheng
D. Yew Tree Guest House- Phoebe Hesketh
E. In the Basement of the Goodwill Store- Ted Kooser
F. Talking after Christmas Blues- Adrian Henri

The Natural World

A.  Basking Shark- Achill Island- John Deane
B.  Reservoirs- R.S. Thomas
C.  Glow-worm- Vicki Feaver
D.  Night of the Scorpion- Nissim Ezekiel
E.  Foxes Among the Lambs- Ernest G Moll
F.  Below the Green Corrie- Norman MacCaig

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