CBSE English Literature Class–XI Core and Elective Course Poems Analyzed (2020-21)

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CBSE English Literature Class–XI “Hornbill” Poems Analyzed

  1. Shirley Toulson – A Photograph (still analyzing)
  2. Ted Hughes – The Laburnum Top (still analyzing)
  3. Walt Whitman – The Voice of the Rain (still analyzing)
  4. Markus Natten – Childhood (still analyzing)

 

CBSE English Literature Class–XI “Woven Words” Poems Analyzed

  1. Sujata Bhatt – The Peacock
  2. William Shakespeare – Let me not to the marriage of true minds
  3. Phillip Larkin – Coming
  4. Wole Soyinka – Telephone Conversation (still analyzing)
  5. William Wordsworth – The World is Too Much With Us
  6. Padma Sachdev – Mother Tongue
  7. Ted Hughes – Hawk Roosting
  8. John Keats – Ode to a Nightingale
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