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I will be comparing The hunchback in the park and The clown punk and how the poets of the poems present isolated characters.

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GCSE Other Poets

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Jason Swalli 11A

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Q: Compare the ways poets present isolated characters in âthe hunchback n the parkâ and one other poem from characters and voice.

In this essay answer, I will be comparing âThe hunchback in the parkâ and âThe clown punkâ and how the poets of the poems present isolated characters. I will compare them in terms of the context, language, structure and moos/tone of the poem.

âThe hunchback in the parkâ is about a homeless man that gets bullied by a small group of boys because of his hunchback and the fact that he lives in the park. He tried to keep away from the boys and the park keeper. This creates that he is isolated as is kept away from everyone, possibly because of his appearance. The poet is trying to create an isolated character here by explaining how he tries to keep away from the boys. Similarly, in âThe clown punkâ, is about a homeless man. However, The man in this poem is trying to wash the windscreen of a car to earn a few pence. He appears to be heavily tattooed which could be the

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