In this poetry lesson, students closely read two poems by 17th Century poets Robert Herrick and Andrew Marvell and analyze them with a focus on the central themes of each poem.
Included in the lesson are the following items:
• Biographies of the poets
• Copies of poems
• Pre-reading questions
• Questions for close reading
• Answer key
• Discussion of carpe diem
• Suggested exercise
• Suggested essay topics.
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