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English Assignment: Australian Poem Analysis

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Isaac Patel

on 17 June 2015

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Transcript of English Assignment: Australian Poem Analysis

Henry Kendall knew that every Australian has had a different experience and a different life. Kendall represented Australia as a place where it is okay to have a dark past.
The Last of His Tribe
Paterson represented Australia as a place where people stand up for themselves and their beliefs.
The Amatuer Rider

The Last of His Tribe
Poems
The Amateur Rider
Alliteration


Personification

Symbol
Poetic Devices
English Assignment: Australian Poem Analysis
The Amateur Rider by A.B 'Banjo' Paterson
&
The Last of His Tribe by Henry Kendall
The Amateur Rider by Banjo Paterson represents
Australia as a place where you can be
yourself and believe what you want to believe.
Hyperbole

Simile

Assonance
Poetic Devices
“Of the loss and the loneliness there.”
"Where the boomerangs sleep with the spear.”

“With those who will battle no more - Who will go to the battle no more.”
“Give him his head at the fences, and hang on like death if he strikes.”
“With his pants just as loose as balloons.”
“sir, you make no mistake, 'e's a toff.”

The Last of His Tribe by Henry Kendall represents Australia as a place where it is okay to have a different story to others.
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