"Betjeman creates a world by carefully chosen detail." Do you agree with this assessment? In your answer you should refer to two or more poems.
John Betjeman has the astounding ability of putting on a persona and making him/her real and concrete for the short period in which the reader analyzes the poem. Through careful attention to certain items he decides to describe in germane detail, the author leads one to be familiar with his character's minds and situation perfectly. He possesses the ability to construct world's for any type of person: an affluent and superficial woman in In Westminster Abbey, an innocent seven or eight-year old boy in Indoor Games near Newbury, and even a highly critical mouse in Diary of a Church's Mouse.…
- "Betjeman creates a world by carefully chosen detail." Do you agree with this assessment? In your answer you should refer to two or more poems.
- Crime and the Criminal World in Dickens's Novels
- This Different World
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