Choose ONE poem from the two poetry units we are studying and answer the study questions on the poem using formal prose. Please cut and paste the questions and put your replies below them. Include at least one quotation from the poem formatted in MLA style. Note that some unit questions involve more than one poem, and these must also be answered. If you use an outside source to answer the question, make sure you document the source. Otherwise, you are plagiarizing. MLA layout formatting (left header, etc.) is not required, but you do need a Works Cited list that includes the poem and any extra sources you use, as well as proper formatting of in-text citations that show where you used them in the body of your entry.. The publication information can be found in ereserves. Format the entry according to the source type (e..g, book, journal article, selection in an anthology), and add a note that the larger container is MacEwan e-reserves. The word count is 300 words, not including citation details or quotations themselves. Type your answer in the space provided. Do not submit a document.
Example: Keats, John. “Bright Star.” The Complete Works of John Keats, p. 247. MacEwan E-Reserves, Item ID 53038.
Since the journal space doesn’t always preserve formatting, e.g., indents, these will not count in the MLA mark.
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