Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan<br />Revision Guide for Year 10’s poetry<br />
She describes the clothes in a very exotic way<br />She has a very positive <br />view on the clothes <br />before she put...
“Glistening<br /> like an orange <br />split open”<br />Exotic clothes<br />Sight<br />Taste<br />“Peacock Blue”<br />Beau...
 However, despite her admiration towards the <br />clothes she feels <br />rejected when she puts them on<br />She feels a...
“I couldn’t rise up out from it’s fire”<br />Suffocation…<br />“Clung”<br />Discomfort…<br />
“Costume”<br />Someone else in the clothes…<br />Hiding her identity…<br />Discomfort…<br />
Broken and <br />Insecure image of herself<br />No clear image<br />Finding her identity<br />“miniature glass circles”<br />
“Staring through fretwork”<br />Desire and longing<br />Cannot see the full picture<br />Not part of her other culture<br ...
The stanzas of the poem <br />have a flow to them as they <br />meander down the page.<br />Because the lines <br />in the...
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Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan 2

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Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan<br />Revision Guide for Year 10’s poetry<br />
  • 2. She describes the clothes in a very exotic way<br />She has a very positive <br />view on the clothes <br />before she puts them on<br />She adores the luxurious clothes…….<br />
  • 3. “Glistening<br /> like an orange <br />split open”<br />Exotic clothes<br />Sight<br />Taste<br />“Peacock Blue”<br />Beauty and appeal to the senses<br />
  • 4. However, despite her admiration towards the <br />clothes she feels <br />rejected when she puts them on<br />She feels as if she doesn’t <br />have the right to wear the clothes<br />She feels unworthy of the beautiful clothes<br />
  • 5. “I couldn’t rise up out from it’s fire”<br />Suffocation…<br />“Clung”<br />Discomfort…<br />
  • 6. “Costume”<br />Someone else in the clothes…<br />Hiding her identity…<br />Discomfort…<br />
  • 7. Broken and <br />Insecure image of herself<br />No clear image<br />Finding her identity<br />“miniature glass circles”<br />
  • 8. “Staring through fretwork”<br />Desire and longing<br />Cannot see the full picture<br />Not part of her other culture<br />Distance and isolation….<br />An outsider…..<br />
  • 9. The stanzas of the poem <br />have a flow to them as they <br />meander down the page.<br />Because the lines <br />in the stanzas<br /> are scattered it tells us that she is balancing between her<br /> two cultures; Pakistan and England <br />