Consider the various groups of poems that we have studied the past two sessions: poems about the natural world, poems about cities and civilization, poems and sex and love, or poems about poetry. You probably feel that you have a lot more to say about one of these topics and one of these groups of poems.
Select one of the four discussion paragraphs that you have posted in this unit on poetry; it should be one you can critically expand upon at a greater length and depth.
Write about three or four poems in that selected group; if your essay deals with a set of related poems, it will have more consistency and coherence. If you want to write about another poem or poems than the ones we have discussed in class, please inform your instructor.
Note. Since the experience of reading poetry is largely subjective, the same poem is going to make different impressions on different readers. You are only responsible for your own reading experience. Nevertheless, it is possible to be objective about the linguistic qualities of a poem that affect the way you respond to it and the way you understand it.
Look closely at such matters as diction (word choice), repetition, figures of speech (metaphor, simile, and so on), imagery, voice, persona, turns of phrase, allusion—the linguistic bag of tricks that skillful poets have at their disposal.
results he recorded from this new set of experiments. When people began to challenge his work, he quickly defended the character of Stewart and Shackleton. He tried to redirect attention from the flaw in his testing processes and assure everyone that the people participating would never do anything to falsify any of the results. Scientific data should never rely on trusting that the experimenters are telling the truth, it should have many precautions in place to ensure the validity of the data that is recorded. While this new research started as one of the strongest sources of evidence for ESP but ended up being one of the most damaging things to happen to parapsychology. Soal was able to cheat the results of his number through the way the tests were administered. He “randomly” chose the number for each number, however the way this number was randomly chosen was not explained in his paper that he published or agreed upon by him and Goldney. When deciding the trial number Soal artificially chose the trial number to be one much more often because he could alter the “1”s to be “4”s and “5”s after the fact in order to make his results look better than they actually were. These accusations were made after an experiment agent Mrs. Albert stated that she had seen him do this several times. This eventually led to curiosity and a desire to examine the original score sheets to see if there were any signs that they had been modified by Soal. According to Soal these original score sheets were lost, but luckily enough some handmade copies still existed. In these copies there was an excess of 4s, 5s, and 1s that were all hits. This confirmed all of the skeptics’ suspicions about Soal’s work and discredited him in the scientific and parapsychological communities. While all of the complicated and meticulous details of his experiments made it seem as if there were no way there could be any way that the experiments were inaccurate as there was no way for the participants to cheat, it was all as simple as changing some 1s to 4s and 5s. The complications of how he designed his experiments were just a façade to distract from his nefarious behavior while he thought no one was watching.>GET ANSWER