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How to Quote and Cite a Poem in an Essay Using MLA Place the titles of poems in quotation This article really helped me with one of my first college essays.

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Choose (3) poems write an essay which includes your explication (interpretation) of each poem. To do this, you must find connections or similarities which allow you to link the poems together. The following guidelines will help you plan and envision your essay. Ultimately, this essay will be three pages in length.

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Look up anything you don’t understand: an unfamiliar word, a place, a person, a myth, an idea. Look up words you DO understand, to help you articulate connotations. Become a dictionary addict. Make friends with the OED.

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All of the following can be part of a written explication, depending on the poem. Let the poem dictate to you. The extra dimension of poetry is in its insistence that meaning cannot be divorced from form. The purpose of an explication is to show, for an individual poem, how this is true. Therefore an explication is a discussion of the art and craft of language. An explication shows how the form deepens the meaning of the content.

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, read it over and over. Read it out loud. Then read it out loud again. Practice different ways of placing emphasis to get the most meaning. (Poetry is a spoken art; it needs the human voice, your voice, to really live.)

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These OWL resources will help you write about literature and poetry. This section contains resources on literary terms, literary theory and schools of criticism, as well as resources on writing book reviews.

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