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Night Of The Scorpion Summary
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The two poems ‘Night of the Scorpion’ and ‘Vultures’ are both similar in several ways but the most obvious similarity is that both poems involve animals. Both poems also involve evil and love, ‘Night of the Scorpion’ talking about the evil of a scorpion’s sting and a mother’s love and ‘Vultures’ talking about how evil creatures are able to love. In ‘Night of the Scorpion’, the speaker’s mother is stung by a scorpion and the local people try all sorts…...
Vultures Chinua Achebe Poem
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Achebe and Atwood appear to be writing about vultures, but are actually commenting on something different. Both poets compare vultures to humanity but Atwood’s poem describes vultures in a good ways whereas Achebe describes vultures in a bad way. In Achebe’s poem the first section talks about vultures. On the whole it portrays them to be evil and dark but then suggests that humans are no better than vultures. Achebe uses a lot of dark negative words to portray vultures…...
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