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OCR GCSE English Literature Unseen Poetry | Conflict and Power »

Paul Dodd | Sunday December 07, 2014

Categories: KS4, OCR GCSE, OCR GCSE English Literature 2015, Component 02: Exploring Poetry and Shakespeare, Component 02: Exploring Poetry and Shakespeare Assessment Pack

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  • OCR GCSE English Literature Unseen Poetry | How to Use
  • OCR GCSE English Literature Unseen Poetry | Contents of Poems
  • OCR GCSE English Literature Unseen Poetry | Love and Relationships
  • OCR GCSE English Literature Unseen Poetry | Natural World
  • OCR GCSE English Literature Unseen Poetry | Conflict and Power
  • OCR GCSE English Literature Unseen Poetry | Time and Place
  • OCR GCSE English Literature Unseen Poetry | Youth and Age
  • OCR GCSE English Literature Unseen Poetry | Glossary

Conflict and Power

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This poem by W.B. Yeats looks at...

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New OCR GCSE English Literature Sample Component 02 Indicative Content »

Paul Dodd | Tuesday January 07, 2014

Categories: KS4, OCR GCSE, OCR GCSE English Literature 2015, Component 02: Exploring Poetry and Shakespeare, Component 02: Exploring Poetry and Shakespeare Assessment Pack, Hot Entries

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  • New OCR GCSE English Literature Sample Component 02 Mock Paper
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Section A Poetry across time

1. Love and Relationships

Using In Paris With You and Hour

(a) Compare how the speakers in these poems express their feelings about love. (20)

Responses may include:

AO1

  • Fenton’s poem is about surfacing from a long term relationship and being in Paris with someone else but in this Fenton is not concentrating on the romantic sights of Paris but the...
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