I dissagree with something you say in this:mazza_728 said:still more (the road not taken)
I disagree with this. In my opinion, Hence and Difference rhyme, therefore, maintaining the ABAAB rythm.Throughout the poem the rhyme scheme is ABAAB except for the final stanza where Frost has created emphasis on the last line “And that has made all the difference” by implementing a new scheme ABAAC where the final though stands out, stand alone.
Both of you are right. It does rhyme. But it is a pararhyme in that it almost rhymes. And THAT upsets the rhythm of the poem. It doesn't change it. Indicating... that... something has changed.jumb said:I dissagree with something you say in this:
I disagree with this. In my opinion, Hence and Difference rhyme, therefore, maintaining the ABAAB rythm.
how come i cant see any posting on "The town where time stands still"iwantnotes&stuf said:ok, they were good, but maybe not as excellent as everyone thinks..? =]
i didnt read the last few pages of comments, but from my point of view, in TRNT and TTWTSS, you focussed to much on the simple ideas that everyone will.
in The town where time stands still; it seems you are too conscious of the expected structure[too much analysis] and there isn't much flow. i dont know about the jesse martin bit.. it also sounds abit awkward when you refer to "this excerpt", "this word", "the final sentence" - maybe try structuring your answer around the message more than chronologically going through the techniques.
find different ways of including quotes
and with the road not taken, [did you have to write an essay for school?] A lot of it could be edited out and maybe should be for trials/hsc
i had the idea that stimulus materials were only for relatively brief analysis- just to piece together ideas and our understanding of the supplementary texts and poems in the essay
hope advice helps