“Life in Our Village” by Matei Markwei is an easily understood, childlike , loosely rhyming poem, that expresses a universal truth about youthful love.
What is the universal truth in “Life in Our Village”?
- Boys and girls will do what comes naturally; love cannot be forbidden or exiled.
What techniques does the poet use to articulate this theme?(give examples)
- parallel structure
Can adults forbid love from blossoming in the young?
Is humanity weak?
Is it strong to resist love?
To what extent do you see similarities between the attitudes and behaviours expressed in this poem, and those with which you are personally familiar?
What do you like about this poem?
What do you dislike?
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Original post by Mr. D. Sader