I need an explanation for this Poetry question to help me study.The poetry paper

I need an explanation for this Poetry question to help me study.The poetry paper, like the drama and the fiction paper, is a 3-4 page analysis of either one poem or two poems [or three or more if you feel up to it]. A study of more than two poems would be a division and analysis of certain themes or symbols that appear in several poems. The idea is to discuss a poem or poems based on the “elements” or features of poetry. In other words, you might study poetic symbols [including metaphors, imagery, personification] or the poet’s use of certain other devices, like alliteration, assonance, allusion, metrics [see the rhythm and versification handout on the module]. You might also discuss the poem in relation to the romantic/classical types of poetry breakdown in the module called “Notes on Poetry.” The best advice I can give is to break a poem down into its parts and to write about each part, one at a time. It’s a simple way to structure a paper and it works. Writing about poetry may seem daunting at first, but if you break a poem down into parts, your paper has a simple and clear structure to it. If you compare two poems, compare them according to a certain theme or idea [my advice]. What is being said in each poem? The Tyger and the Lamb [William Blake] are good for comparison. Roberts Frost’s poems are also good for comparison. And Countee Cullen and Jean Toomer [two African American poets writing during the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s on similar themes] would be good for comparison. RubricUse of Criticism (1) (3)Use of Criticism (1) (3)CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUse of online criticismUse of literary criticism.5 ptsFull MarksCarefully quoted parenthetically in MLA style and integrated into the text.2.5 ptsAlmost there.Parenthetical citation, but done incorrectly [not in MLA style]0 ptsNo MarksIncorrect use of quote, failure to parenthetically document in MLA style.5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUse of material from the poetryQuoting passages from poetry .5 ptsFull MarksCarefully quoted parenthetically in MLA style and integrated into the text.2.5 ptsAlmost there.Parenthetical citation, but done incorrectly [not in MLA style]0 ptsNo MarksFailure to quote, failure to parenthetically document in MLA style.5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganizationPaper is unified, coherent, and developed.5 ptsFull MarksPaper is highly unified, follows our discussion of unity in writing [see notes in pages entitled, “Unity, Coherence, Development in Writing”].2.5 ptsAlmost there.Paper is unified and coherent but lacks developed sources [see handout on Unity, Coherence, Development].0 ptsNo MarksPaper is disorganized, incoherent, not well developed [see handout on Unity, Coherence, Development].5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar, PunctuationPaper is error free, grammatically sound, with few or no punctuation errors.5 ptsFull MarksPaper is grammatically sound, free of errors in punctuation.2.5 ptsAlmost there.Paper has few to no grammar errors, an acceptable level of errors in punctuation.0 ptsNo MarksPaper is grammatically unsound, contains more than five punctuation errors.5 ptsTotal Points: 20
Requirements: 4 pages

I’m working on a Poetry question and need guidance to help me study.Pick your fa

I’m working on a Poetry question and need guidance to help me study.Pick your favorite poem of Lionel Fogarty and explain its significance by addressing:Why you selected this poem / Why you liked itThe main themes / ideas of the poem The most important imagesRecurring forms of rhyme, word play or musicality, unusual syntaxConnections to the autobiographies, novels, film clips or documentaries studiedThe narrative or story-line in the poemYou do not have to do outside reading or research for this assignment. Do a close reading of the text. Subject the poem to your analytical microscope: What do you see in it that others might have missed? Tell us why the poem is important to you. Tell us about its relevance—that is, why we should care. Strive to make us see that we should feel as strongly about this poem as you do. Requirements: about 300 words