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Name Tutor Class Date Poem Explication “This Is Just To Say” William Carlos’ poem “This is Just to Say” (1934) was a quick note written to his wife but it turned to be a short poem when it was published in 1934. From the title it is clear that the speaker will reveal his mind because it is a poem about anything and does not show importance on anything specific but in things. This essay is an explication of the poem to find its meaning themes tone and the structure. The for forgiveness he later appreciates the sweetness of the plums “delicious/so sweet” meaning his former apology is not truthful (Line 10-11). Also the speaker uses imagery to describe the plums the strong images of cold delicious plums in an icebox explain to the reader why he was tempted to taste them. In conclusion the poet managed to establish a short poem that creates a strong image and one that is rooted in reality. Works Cited Williams William Carlos. "This Is Just To Say By William Carlos Williams". Poetry Foundation 2017 https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poems/detail/56159. [...]

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Writing Assignments Write a 2-page paper on a poem(s) of your choice: Choose one of the following formats: 1. Focus on theme, expression, reader response, analysis, or a combination of any of these. Many poems are written in times of personal crisis. How could poetry help you deal with a meaningful concern in your life? Explain your thoughts on this, giving examples. 2. Creative Interpretation: If you choose this approach, analyze and evaluate one of the poems you read. Discuss two or more of the formal elements carefully: the form, the diction, the imagery, the rhyme and the rhythm. Is the poet making a great use of metaphor? If so, show us how. Then consider how well the parts work together. Does the rhythm convey some characteristic that advances the meaning of the poem? How do the sounds of the words fit the author's purpose? Be specific and use quotes from the poem to explain your analysis. 3. A Reverse View: rather than choosing a work that you enjoyed, select one that you did not. Examine both the poem and yourself and explain why you did not have a positive response. Look at the poem’s elements (diction, theme, rhythm, symbol, etc) specifically. It is not enough to say, “I hated it” without a considered discussion. If you dislike specific elements, give examples and explain. If it’s an issue with theme, explain. Be specific and use quotes from the poem to explain your analysis. For all of the choices: Remember, you do not need to summarize the poem. Instead, discuss the elements the poet uses and what they might mean to the reader or how they might “affect” the reader. Double check MLA sources about how to quote poetry. This Is Just To Say William Carlos Williams, 1883 - 1963 I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold

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