Monday, 25 Oct 2021
Category: Literature

Folk Speeches

Folk Speeches – cite 5 examples for each of the following and provide the meaning or a message it conveys: b.1. proverbs (salawikain) Pag binato ka ng bato, batuhin mo ng tinapay. (If someone throws a rock at you, throw him a bread). It’s a metaphor that instructs us to be considerate and forgiving if […]

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What is poetry?

– Poetry is a literary work in which special intensity is given to the expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive style and rhythm. It is also a kind of writing wherein the author tries to create an imaginative piece through his or experience in language chosen and arrange to make a […]

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Study J.P. Clark’s Poem “Night Rain”

UNIT 2: LANGUAGE OF POETRY Assessment/Exercises: Direction: Read and answer the items below. Study J.P. Clark’s Poem “Night Rain” and explain how its rhythm suggests some meanings. Onomatopoeia Poets use this to add excitement to the sound of a poem. It is the imitation of natural sounds by words. Example: You can hear her holler […]

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning entitled How do I Love Thee?

Analyze the poem in two of the following levels: A. Lexico-semantic Level B. Syntactic Level C. Phonological Level D. Graphological Level Lexico-semantic level/ analysis of How do I Love Thee by Elizabeth Barrett Browning “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.” In terms of grammar, the sentence is normal and correct. In […]

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