stereotypes of our culture forces one to find a space in between to discover an identity. Search for my Tongue was written by Sujata Bhatt. In lines one to sixteen, Sujata uses words such as rot and die to show she feels her culture is dead. She feels uncomfortable, as her foreign tongue is colloquial at points, You ask me what I mean. In relating this line back to the whole poem I feel that because of the author's homesickness, this could be a reason why she has such a dislike for England, she misses her homeland too much and England just cant match up to the place.
Moniza Alvis secondary theme in her poem is the salwar kameez, which are sent to her from her Aunts in Pakistan. William Blake is a white male and is of British homage, this can be seen through his use of Standard English. A really good device that Moniza has chosen to use in her poem is enjambment. The phrase She lay awake shows that Grace feels detached. The sugar cane is almost pleading for help. My objective is to analyse the three poems and explain how the poets present their feelings. The structure of the poem is set in three different sections. In the poem by Grace Nichols Of course when they ask for poems about the Realities of black women, this poem contains certain splits which reflect upon her experience as an immigrant moving from the Caribbean to the United Kingdom and how she collaborates her. However, the writers of Hurricane hits England and Search for my Tongue regain their culture. Fearful and reassuring, show that Grace is both glad and frightened about the hurricanes presence. This was because she kept on moving countries where she unable to speak Gujarati. Grace was born in Georgetown, Guyana, when finished school she went to university and then had several jobs before moving to England in 1977.
In the poem by Grace Nichols Of course when they ask for poems about the Realities of black women, this poem contains certain splits which reflect upon her experience as an immigrant moving from the Caribbean to the United Kingdom and how she collaborates her. If you were., Grace Nichols has forever changed the world with the power of her words. Poetry at its basic level is art. Grace Nichols is a Caribbean poet.
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