Each of Oliver’s poems reiterates the experience of “bending forward” to listen, of being dazzled and reflective. The reader is invited to hear and reflect along with the speaker, to feel the dazzlement; and every time the experience is different, as particular as the individual birds being observed.”For this individual Turnitin response, please read all of the poems in Truro Bear and Other Adventures. As you read, mark specific lines of verse that reflect Oliver’s “transcendent union with the natural world.” Search for clues by finding examples of figurative speech:PersonificationSimileMetaphorSymbolismRemember that Mary Oliver is a free verse poet, so she is not confined to any traditional or mathematical meter/line breaks/rhyme. Pay attention to her line lengths, word choices, stanza breaks, and how she ends each line. Please review our Intro to Poetry handout for the definitions of figurative speech.For your 1000 word written analysis, illustrate Oliver’s “transcendence and union with nature” by quoting lines from at least five of her poems. When you type the line of verse into your analysis, please note the line numbers in the parenthetical. Please include an introduction and conclusion. In your introduction, add a reference to the literary theory Eco-criticism and describe how it relates to Oliver’s themes. In your conclusion, I would like you to reflect on your own personal feelings/reactions to Truro Bear and Other Adventures.Most of your analysis should be “analysis,” so keep the quotes to a minimum!!! Your grade will be based on the thoroughness of your analysis, the strength of your quotes/examples, and your thoughtfulness and openmindedness!You may write more than the 1000 word minimum, but please make sure your quotes do not make up more than 20% of your overall word count.Truro Bear and Other Adventures makes up 15% of your final grade (15 points). Good luck and enjoy!Please note:1. Break up your ideas into multiple paragraphs. The general rule is to keep one idea per paragraph, so essays written with very few paragraphs will be marked down. Please make sure your paragraphs are well-developed – at least 5-6 sentences long. Add a transitional phrase at the beginning of each paragraph.2. Write strong and detailed signal phrases to introduce your quotes. Papers with weak or missing signal phrases will not receive a grade higher than a B.3. When you quote, please use MLA citation style. Use quotation marks and cite the source at the end of the sentence. Use our citation handouts as a guide. Papers will incorrect citation cannot earn higher than a B.4. Make sure that your quotes make up less than 20% of your word count! Citing Poetry – Here are a few examples on how to introduce lines of verse. (Source: WikiHow)The title of the poem needs to be put in quotation marks – in the signal phrase and in the citation. Please cite the line numbers in your parentheses – NOT the page numbers! Example:Robert Frost uses a variety of words and phrases such as “frozen” (7), “darkest evening” (8),and “before I sleep” (15) to imply thoughts of solitude and the desire to not return to hisobligations. Example:The notion of solitude appears in many notable poems including the famous lines, “The woodsare lovely, dark, and deep / But I have promises to keep / And miles to go before I sleep” (Frost13-15). Note the use of the / sign for separating the lines of verse within a quote! Example:Robert Frost writes about solitude and man’s relationship with nature: Whose woods these are I think I know.His house is in the village, though;He will not see me stopping hereTo watch his woods fill up with snow. (1-4)Note that longer quotes need to be indented! How to Cite from a Book of Poems by a Single AuthorWhen placing the book title in the signal phrase, please italicized the title. The title of the poem needs to be put in quotation marks – in the signal phrase and in the citation. If you have included the name of the poet elsewhere in your paper, do not include the poet’s name in your parenthetical citation. Instead, include the first significant word of the poem’s title, followed by the line number(s). This is especially important if you are quoting more than one poem by the same author in your paper. Example: T.S. Eliot immediately engages the reader with his use of the second person in the opening lines:”Let us go then, you and I / When the evening is spread out against the sky” (“Prufrock” 1-2). However, if you have mentioned the title of the poem in the sentences immediately precedingyou quotation, you can cite the line number only. Example: In his “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,” Eliot immediately engages the reader with his useof the second person in the opening lines: “Let us go then, you and I / When the evening isspread out against the sky” (1-2). (Source: Pellissippi State)
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