CCEA GCE English Literature ‘The Study of Poetry’ Full List Analysed

For those that are studying the CCEA GCE A level English Literature (5110), there is a list of poems for which the student must study in preparation for answering a question about any one of them, taken from the syllabus (pdf here). This includes the likes of Robert Frost, Sylvia Plath, John Keats, Elizabeth Browning, and more.

Since PoemAnalysis.com has the largest database of poetry analysis on the internet, you can find below every poem analyzed from the GCE AS and A level course (subject code: 5110). If it has not yet been analyzed, we are working very hard to get it analyzed as soon as possible. Please feel free to skip to the poem most relevant to you and if you want a poem to be analyzed that you cannot find on the site too, feel free to contact us.

 

CCEA GCE English Literature (5110)

Prescribed Poems for Unit AS 1 Section A – The Study of Poetry 1900–Present

Robert Frost

Seamus Heaney

Ted Hughes

Sylvia Plath

Elizabeth Jennings

Philip Larkin

Eavan Boland

Jean Bleakney

  • Breaking the Surface
  • Nightscapes (still analyzing)
  • Out To Tender (still analyzing)
  • How Can You Say That? (still analyzing)
  • Spring (still analyzing)
  • A Watery City (still analyzing)
  • Self-Portraits with Measuring Tape (still analyzing)
  • Donegal Sightings (still analyzing)
  • Csontváry’s Flowers (still analyzing)
  • Notes for the Almanac (still analyzing)
  • Consolidation (still analyzing)
  • Winterisation (still analyzing)

 

Prescribed Poems for Unit A2 2 Section A – The Study of Poetry Pre 1900

John Donne

William Blake

John Keats

Emily Dickinson

Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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