Tuesday, April 30, 2013

THEMES



Childhood
Dreaming Black Boy
Forgive My Guilt
Once Upon a Time

Prejudice/ Racial Discrimination
Dreaming Black Boy
Epitaph
A Stone’s Throw

Race Relations
Theme for English B
Epitaph
Dreaming Black Boy
Test March Sabina Park

The Natural World
A Contemplation Upon Flowers
God’s Grandeur
Forgive My Guilt
Orchids
South
Sonnet Composed upon Westminister Bridge

Appearance Versus Reality
Once Upon a Time
Dulce et Decorum Est
West Indies, USA
A Stone’s Throw
Le Loupgarou

Dreams and Aspirations
A Contemplation Upon Flowers
Dreaming Black Boy
South
The Woman Speaks to the Man who has Employed her Son

Heroism
To an Athlete Dying Young
Dulce et Decorum Est

Human Cruelty
This is the Dark Time, my Love
Dulce et Decorum Est
Epitaph
A Stone’s Throw

Power and Powerlessness
Dreaming Black Boy
This is the Dark Time, my Love
Theme for English B
A Stone’s Throw
Epitaph

Superstition
Le loupgarou
Ol’ Higue

Identity
Once Upon a Time
Dreaming Black Boy
Theme for English B
Ol’ Higue

Edifices and Environs
South
West Indies, USA
Sonnet Composed upon Westminister Bridge

Greed
Le Loupgarou
God’s Grandeur

Patriotism/ Nationalism
This is the Dark Time, my Love
Dulce et Decorum Est
Test Match Sabina Park
It is the Constant Image of your Face

Faith in God/ Religion
God’s Grandeur
A Stone’s Throw

Education and/ or Learning
Once Upon a Time
Dreaming Black Boy
Theme for English B

Warfare/ International Conflict
Dulce et Decorum Est
This is the dark time, my love

Love and Family Relationships
Once Upon a Time
The Woman Speaks to the Man who has Employed her Son
It is the Constant Image of your Face

Injustice
A Stone’s Throw
Dreaming Black Boy
Epitaph

Colonialism
West Indies, USA
This is the Dark Time, my Love

Contemplation and Memories
A Contemplation Upon Flowers
Once Upon a Time
Epitaph
Theme for English B
Orchids
South

Loss of Innocence
Epitaph
Dreaming Black Boy
Once Upon a Time
Forgive My Guilt

Alienation
Test Match Sabina Park
Dreaming Black Boy
Theme for English B

Death
Dulce et Decorum Est
To an Athlete Dying Young
Epitaph
A Contemplation Upon Flowers
The Woman Speaks to the Man who has Employed her Son


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