Poets Corner Zone

Poets Corner Zone

Take a trip into the settings of the world’s best-known poems and allow your students to explore the deeper meanings and themes behind their verses.

Poetry gives readers some memorable examples of how language can be used to evoke emotions and to play with sounds and rhythms. Explore some classic examples of poetry in this zone.

As you become immersed in the chamber from Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven, you can search for clues about the meaning of the text and the narrator’s emotional state.

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The Highwayman

Travel to a lonely inn on the edge of a wild and windswept landscape, the setting of the romantic and tragic poem by Alfred Noyes.
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The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Take a journey aboard the stranded ship of the Ancient Mariner and explore what life was like aboard the becalmed vessel. Find the Mariner himself and see if you can spot Death and Death In Life rolling dice for the souls of the sailors!
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The Raven

Visit the atmospheric setting of Edgar Allen Poe’s poem The Raven. Explore this lonely and gloomy space, and look for clues about the isolation and emotional state of the narrator.

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