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Nobody Calls Me a Wog, Anymore

Analysis of 'Nobody Calls Me a Wog, Anymore' - Komninos
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N Littler

on 25 April 2013

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Komninos Nobody Calls Me a Wog, Anymore Komninos Zervos (born 1950) is a Greek-Australian performance poet and teacher.He was born in Richmond, Melbourne KOMNINOS ZERVOS Migrant Identity - What emotions are expressed in this poem?

- What images stick with you after hearing it? THE POEM What do the following words mean? Write a definition in your own words Vocabulary > Repetition is used in this poem to emphasise some things that are important to the poet Techniques? Do you have any personal connections to the migrant identity? Personal Response Australian Identity? im·mi·grant
/imigrnt/
Noun
A person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country. Multiculturalism multiculturalism

the doctrine that several different cultures (rather than one national culture) can coexist peacefully and equitably in a single country. - wog
- assert
- mortgage
- accusingly
- Fair dinkum ridgy didge Choose one example of repetition and explain what effect this has on the reader > Imagery is also used effectively in this poem: the image of an angry man; the image of his desire to be accepted, to belong. Choose one image and explain its effectiveness in revealing the poet's ideas and positioning the reader How did this shape your response to the poem?
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