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For Many Ppoems In Light Of This Statement.Eople Home Is Defined By The People Who Live There. Compare And Contrast The Ways In Which Home Is Represented In At Least Two Poems

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For many ppoems in light of this statement.eople home is defined by the people who live there. Compare and contrast the ways in which home is represented in at least two poems.
Many people associate home with the people living in it. So for them home could be anywhere in the world as long as their loved ones are with them. But when that person dies one loses their sense of security and also tends to feel abandoned.
In Aunt Julia the poet speaks about her and his loneliness and anger after she passed away and also his childhood memories. He says she used to speak Gaelic but he could never understand her. In the 2nd stanza he says she used to wear men’s boot and ...view middle of the document...

In Autobiography, poet talks about the loss of his mother and his emotions at that time. In the 1st stanza he talks about his happy childhood days and how cheerful they were. In the 2nd stanza he says that his father made the walls resound and wore his collar the wrong way round. He’s trying to be humorous here because his father was a clergyman. In the following stanza he talks about his mother and he says he used to wear a yellow dress. The colour “yellow” is a very warm and secure colour and he’s probably saying that his mother made his feel secure and safe and also brought happiness to his life. But in the 4th stanza he says that “When I was five the black dreams came ”. So this shift in colours from yellow to black suggests something bad has happened. The black dreams could have also been his father because a clergyman usually wears black. He says that his mother died and no one cared for him maybe because they were grieving as well. He says that “When I woke they did not care; Nobody, nobody was there”. It sounds...

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