My Big English Presntation! Could Use Some Help!

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  1. fcp4life macrumors newbie

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    So my big English presentation is due Monday March 9, and this is what i have to do, Already found some stuff on these forums. My biggest problems are the 4, and 5 parts of my presentation... but with some help i could do it.

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  2. fcp4life thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Update i got my Author Biography...

     
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  4. GoCubsGo macrumors Nehalem

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    What the hell are you asking? For someone to discuss the poem's elements, literary structure, and figurative language with you? Or you need someone to take the poem and answer what appears to be the meat and potatoes of your entire assignment?
     
  5. yojitani macrumors 68000

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    I want to say this gently: you need to do your own homework. Asking people on an internet forum to help isn't going to help you much. The purpose of having YOU do these things is so that YOU learn something. If it's a struggle, why not go to the library and look up what this stuff means. This is THE book to use:
    http://www.amazon.com/New-Princeton-Encyclopedia-Poetry-Poetics/dp/0691021236

    But it might be a bit over your head. A lot of the Norton Anthologies have a section about poetry and poetics in the back. Heck, you could even check wikipedia!
     
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  7. fcp4life thread starter macrumors newbie

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    all i need help with is the rhyme scheme sorry...

    The great Overdog A
    That heavenly beast B
    With a star in one eye C
    Gives a leap in the east. B

    He dances upright D
    All the way to the west E
    And never once drops F
    On his forefeet to rest. E

    I'm a poor underdog, A
    But to-night I will bark G
    With the great Overdog A
    That romps through the dark.G
     

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