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The Poetry of Bruce Dawe

Includes Homecoming, 'Accident and Ambulance siren', 'Katrina', 'Breakthrough', 'The Not So Good Earth' and 'Enter without so much as Knocking'

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central concernslife, media, materialism, contemporary world
style/techniqueaccessibility, familiarity, informal/colloquial, ordinary subject matter
use of humoursarire, pun, irony, parody, sarcasm, black humour
The Not so Good Earth _themethose who can be entretained by other people's suffering
Accident and Ambulace Siren_thememirrors one of our deepest fears - death
Enter Without so much as Knocking_themepeople under media or peer group pressure use cliches supplied by pressure groups intead of thinking out their own values and the emptiness of our lives
Katrina_themeexpresses competently and honestly the quality of absolute, unqualified love, which is for all of us our deepest need
Homecoming_themeelrgy about the deep tragedy of any war
Breakthrough_themethe impact and influence of advertising on our everyday lives
The Not So Good Earth_ techniquesclear and unmitigated satire, irony, oxymoron
Accident and Ambulance Siren_techniquesfigurative imagery, metaphor, limited punctuation, rhetorical questions
Enter Without So much as Knocking_techniquesdramatic presentation, cliches, humourthrough absurdly exaggerated examples, emphasis through repetiton, emphasis on first words of lines, figurative language, light hearted flippant tone
Katrina_techniquesfigurative imagery, metaphor, analogy, structured variation of the length of lines
Homecoming_techniquesfigurative imagery(mostly metaphors), slow reoccurring rhythm, repetition, alliteration, listing, heavy impersonal monotonous tone, paradox
Breakthrough _techniquesincongruity, exaggeration, contrast, figurative language
SatireWitty sarcasm

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