Ok, guys. Remember on Thursday, took a few moments to discover and define the structural poetic techniques: enjambed lines, end-stopped lines, and caesura.
Your task was to find THREE examples of each "in the wild" -- that is in poetry I haven't cherry picked and assigned to you.
The following links are reliable sites for professional published poetry:
To prepare for this Thursday's video conference with Hillary Jordan, author of award winning novel Mudbound, please take a moment and do the following:
- Consider the most complex and provocative aspects of the novel.
- Decide what you want to find out more about OR get an answer to.
It's not every day you get to speak directly to the author! So let's be thoughtful, intelligent, and mature people and let's make it count!
REPLY TO THIS POST with ONE QUESTION you'd most like to ASK or ONE IDEA you'd most like to DISCUSS with Hillary Jordan.
Your Lit teacher, Mrs. Hilliard