Poem Comparative Analysis Essay 3

Choose (3) poems we have read in the past few weeks and write an essay which includes your analysis of each poem. To do this, you must find connections/similarities which allow you to link the poems together with a thesis that describes the connection you want to focus on between the poems. To help you envision and plan your essay, please refer to the poetry analysis template in Module 2. Ultimately, this essay will be three pages in length.
The Poems from moduel 2.
Carol Ann Davis, “Tips From My Father”’
Stevie Smith, “Not Waving but Drowning”
Elizabeth Bishop “The Fish”
Dylan Thomas, “Do Not Go Gentle…”
Francis, The Pitcher, Brooks, We Real Cool
E. Housman “To an Athlete Dying Young”
Bob Dylan “Tangled Up in Blue”
Eead about Gender/Feminist Criticism from Module
Marge Piercy, “Barbie Doll”
Edna St. Vincent Millay, “What Lips My Lips Have Kissed”
Sylvia Plath, “Metaphors” and “Daddy”
Impressing your Audience
The audience of your essay is essentially your professor. To help you visualize what I like to see in a piece of writing for this course, I have created the following Outline Template for a Literary Analysis Essay. Before embarking on the writing process for your first essay, I strongly urge you to review the file and even download it and use it as a template which will look very much like a rough draft. Try it!
The following template specializes on writing about poetry and can serve as a general outline for your essay. You will have to decide what your essay should include or not include. Just be sure your explication is thorough and organized.

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