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A dramatisation of Seamus Heaney's poem 'Mid Term Break' and analysis by John Hegley and Catherine Byron.
English Literature (GCSE & A-Level) POETRY; Seamus Heaney; Mid-term Break; Analysis; Title. Analysis. Quick revise. This poem deals with the death of a young child, who is only 4 years old and how Heaney, as a child, reacts to this event.
mid-term break The subject of this poem is the death of Seamus Heaney’s younger brother, Christopher who was killed by a car at the age of four. It is a tremendously poignant poem and its emotional power derives in large measure form the fact that Heaney is very muted and understated with respect to his own emotional response. Midterm Break. Quotes "Counting bells knelling classes to a close." There is a sense of boredom as he counts the bells; connotes to funeral bells 'The baby cooed and laughed’.
There are also subjects that are dealt with in only one of the poems as well. In 'Follower' these are country life and his father. In 'Mid-Term Break' they are his family, the community and death. In conclusion, I have found that 'Mid-Term Break' and 'Follower' are two similar poems. The topics dealt with in each poem vary but some are alike. powerpoint on all you need to know about mid- term break by Seamus Heaney.