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Comparative Essay; History; Literature; Philosophy; ..
Given that compare-and-contrast essays analyze the relationship between two subjects, it is helpful to have some phrases on hand that will cue the reader to such analysis. See for examples.
Literature to Film Compare/Contrast Essay ..
Duffy also names the clothes her mother was wearing as 'polka - dot dress'. Duffy names the clothes to show that her mother dressed in fashion. Duff also compares her mum to Marilyn Munroe 'polka - dot dress blows round your legs Marilyn'. Duffy compares her mother to Marilyn Munroe as she was a screen icon who was very glamorous so indirectly she was commenting that her mother was stunning. Duffy starts the second paragraph grammatically incorrect saying 'I'm not here yet'. Duffy says this purposely so the reader can picture it in his head. Duffy says 'ballroom with the thousand eyes, the fizzy movie'. Duffy uses this as it alludes to someone famous. Duffy again thinks highly of her mother saying 'I knew you would dance like that'. Duffy says this to imply that her dance was perfect as if she were a princess. Duffy also becomes rather possessive in poem saying 'Before you were mine' as if her mother was an item. Duff also uses alliteration 'hands in those high heeled'. Duffy uses alliteration as it is easy to remember. Duffy also uses 'high heeled red shoes, relics' to symbolises passion and youth. Duffy also employs onomatopoeia to. Duff also makes use of similes for instance 'clear as a scent'. ?? ?? ?? ?? Yonathan Fecadu 11YA English Essay C/W