The poet of “post-post-war England: Thatcher’s England”, Carol Anne Duffy is an award-winning Scottish poet who is best known for her poems that speak about love. Most of them are written in the form of monologues and are often spoken in the voice of the urban people and those people who harbour resentments and grudges against the world.
Attend this workshop to understand the various styles and devices seen in the poems of Carol Anne Duffy.
This workshop is the fourth in a series of workshops that will cover the poems prescribed in the syllabus.
How will this benefit you?
- Understand themes, characters, setting, and writer’s craft of the text
- Make literature notes that will help formulate answers
- Learn relevant skills and techniques to answer specific question types
- Answer questions correctly
- Practice with mock exams and perfect yourself
- Practice unique question types, marked with detailed feedback
- Students appearing for the IGCSE Literature paper.
Start Time in SGT5:30pm
End Time in SGT7:30pm