theme of death in two of the poems
Consider the theme of death in two of the poems on the list. Who or what is dying in the poems? To what extent is the poet speaking about a literal death? How might death also be interpreted figuratively in the poems? What do you think is the poet’s understanding or view of death? To what extent does this understanding or view change during the course of the poem?
1) Dylan Thomas’ “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night”
2) Gwendolyn Brooks’ “The Mother”
Use direct quotes when necessary to support your answers using in-text citations (write the author’s last name and line number(s) from the poems in parenthesis), but you do not need to include a works cited page.
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