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In Paris With You - James Fenton - Quiz
Quiz on In Paris With You - James Fenton - Quiz, created by English GCSE on 31/03/2014.
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'Maroonded' is a made up word.
There are examples of half rhymes in the poem - which of these is an example from the poem?
Elysees - Sleazy
Thumb - Lung
What is the differance between the use of 'And I'm in Paris with you' and 'But I'm in Paris with you'?
And suggests bad - but suggests good
There isn't a differance
And suggests good - but suggests bad
The relationship in the poem changes from positive to negative through out.
The writer of the poem is very happy about the relationship and uses the word we rather than I a lot.
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