Form and Structure in 'If We Must Die'
In our fourth lesson on the poem 'If We Must Die', we will look at the sonnet form and see what Claude McKay has in common with William Shakespeare. We'll look at how McKay uses and plays with a tradition of poetry which stretches back over 800 years.
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Lesson summary: Form and Structure in 'If We Must Die'
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