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Ella Wheeler Wilcox-Solitude

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brittney lester

on 22 April 2010

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Transcript of Ella Wheeler Wilcox-Solitude

Family Life Personal Interests Culture Time Period Solitude By: Ella Wheeler Wilcox Presentation by: Brittney Lester and Madison Mihailoff MYP Unit Question:
When the going gets tough,
the tough get going. You learn from your failures. How do your experiences shape your perspective? With success you learn how to avoid failure and learn how to improve on your success. Essential Questions: 1. What makes this poem interesting and/or meaningful? The poem shows you there is always a way to make things better in life and there will be success. 2. What experiences inspired the poet perspective? Ella used the poem, Solitude, to cope with the fact that her son died shortly after birth. Works cited: Writing style Publishing Tragedy Poets in the family Childhood Newspaper poet Family History Aspirations Writing theme Human Condition Industry Transportation modes Prohibition Criticism "biography of ella wheeler wilcox".poemhunter.com.20 april.2010.http://www.poemhunter.com/ella-wheeler-wilcox/biography Wheeler,M.P.Ella Wheeler Wilcox.http://www.library.wisc.edu/etext/wireader/WER0109.html Palo, John. "Ella Wheeler Wilcox(1850-1919) Writer and Mystic Rosicrucian" 1996. http://www.crsite.org/Wilcox.html
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