Charlotte Smith’s Beachy Head and the Lyric Mode

@article{Ruwe2016CharlotteSB,
  title={Charlotte Smith’s Beachy Head and the Lyric Mode},
  author={Donelle Rae Ruwe},
  journal={Pedagogy},
  year={2016},
  volume={16},
  pages={300 - 307}
}
  • D. Ruwe
  • Published 1 April 2016
  • Education
  • Pedagogy
This article depicts a multimodal approach to teaching Charlotte Smith’s Beachy Head that has proved successful in a sophomore-level survey. As a greater romantic lyric fragment of twenty-one blank-verse paragraphs with sixty-four footnotes and two embedded rhyming poems by the “stranger” poet, Beachy Head poses many difficulties for students. Ruwe identifies student difficulties with the poem’s form and content and suggests practical methods for overcoming these barriers. She provides a… 

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