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Power and Conflict Poetry Anthology List; remember that these poems need to be learned in detail, with a focus on how they relate to the themes of ‘power’ and ‘conflict’ — try to think deeply about the messages on these themes that are present in each one. You also need to learn how to write a comparative essay, as in the exam you have to compare one given poem with another from your own memory.


We’re about to start taking lessons on these poems, so if you need extra help then be sure to check out our AQA poetry and other English courses.

Poetry Anthology List from CIE Cambridge A-Level Literature: Songs of Ourselves 2.


POWER AND CONFLICT – THE ANTHOLOGY LIST:

Ozymandias – Percy Bysshe Shelley

London – William Blake

Extract from The Prelude – William Wordsworth

My Last Duchess – Robert Browning; check out our analysis of this poem

The Charge of the Light Brigade – Alfred Lord Tennyson

Exposure – Wilfred Owen

Storm on the Island – Seamus Heaney; we have Essay Questions and Notes on this Poem.

Bayonet Charge – Ted Hughes

Remains – Simon Armitage

Poppies – Jane Weir

War Photographer – Carol Ann Duffy; check out our analysis about this poem

Tissue – Imtiaz Dharker

The Émigree – Carol Rumens

Checking Out Me History – John Agard

Kamikaze Beatrice Garland


Edexcel IGCSE Poetry Anthology List.

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