The first stanza refers to the children as being a, 'pack of unruly hounds!' When the writer refers to the children as being unruly hounds I think he is trying to explain that there are a lot of disobedient children and there is only one teacher to control this pack of hounds. The fact that the children are being referred to as animals means that man should control them but the teacher can't control his hounds. The teacher says, 'How long have they tugged the leash, and strained apart.'
Good conclusions usually refer back to the question or title and address it directly - for example by using key words from the title.
How well do you think these conclusions address the title or question? Answering these questions should help you find out.
Do they use key words from the title or question?
Do they answer the question directly?
Can you work out the question or title just by reading the conclusion?
"Lawrence gives the impression that women are on the same as footing as men. They are capable of deciding what they want and how they get it, even if in the end they're dissatisfied at the outcome. Hardy gives the impression that women want to get married and that marriage is not about love, but about whom the man would like to marry. In conclusion, human nature is very powerful and the plots make the reader reflect on the human experience."
"My conclusion is that Snake and Medallion may both be about snakes but the writers have very different experiences with snakes. As when they both meet the snakes one is dead and the other is drinking. In Medallion the snake is treated like soldier that died in battle and in snake the snake is treated with respect and then is attacked by the writer with a log. The other two are about very different experiences with animals as in the arrival of the Bee Box the poet is scared by the bees and the same happens in Horses, as the writer in that is scared of the horses. The poem, which I liked the most, was the arrival of the Bee Box as it is about how that something new can be scary and ho that she decides at the end she can not keep the Bees in the Box and she will let them free."
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