Monthly Archives: April 2016

Blog 5: Mary Gilmore

Accessed: https://www.google.com.au/search?q=mary+gilmore+eve+song+summary&espv=2&biw=1323&bih=689&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiM3pKWmbPMAhVHKGMKHXlYBGkQ_AUICCgD#imgrc=7JCyeVq9XX1YKM%3A For this week’s blog I couldn’t think of anyone else to write about other than Mary Gilmore. Her poem Eve-Song stayed in my mind after learning about it last Friday. Personally, I love when a poem has an AABBCC … Continue reading

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4th Peer Review

Hi Morgan, I’m only a first-year student but I came across your blog and liked it. Although I have never read this specific play of Shakespeare’s I can totally understand your two comparisons of the adaptations. Due to the way … Continue reading

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Blog 4: Harpur and Kendall

Harpur’s “A Mid-Summer Noon in the Australian Forest”  written in 1851 and Kendall’s “Bell-Birds” written in  1869 were the topic for this week! In comparing the two I found myself taking a particular interest towards Harpur’s poem. His opening line, “Not a bird … Continue reading

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3rd Peer Review

Hey Annabelle, Great review! It looks like you have a good understanding of the two poems and the ideas the authors were creating. Some of our interpretations are different and by me reading your blog it has allowed me to … Continue reading

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2nd Peer Review

Hi Gabrielle, I really enjoyed this blog post and can relate to it loads. I like the way you have analysed the artwork. it is very clear and comprehensive with a great depth. Your insight has added to my depth … Continue reading

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Blog 3: Art Gallery

Last Friday I attended the 3pm slot of the art gallery tour with Michael and I was pleasantly surprised with how much I enjoyed it. I would have to say my favourite section was the early 19th Century works. Prior … Continue reading

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