A Sad Song about Greenwich Village: Poetry Analysis
This is a nice instructional activity for beginner poetry explicators. The poem, "A Sad Song about Greenwich Village" provides the avenue for exploring rhyme, paraphrasing, interesting diction, description, main idea, and title.
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