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1 María Barrio, Rosario Cuesta, Inmaculada Díaz y Tonia Hervada

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3 Songs to help you contextualize Bruno Mars, Grenade Justin Bieber, That should be me:

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5 I remember her But she is not here I try to substitute her with no success And can not replace her fully I feel alone and ill

6 Poem read by Chris Poem read by Chris Moran LOOK AT THE POEM TAKE YOUR TIME TO READ IT LISTEN CAREFULLY ENJOY IT!

7 When I think of her sparkling face And of her body that rocked this way and that, When I think of her laughter, Her jubilance that filled me, It’s a wonder I’m not gone mad. I remember her She is away and I cannot do what I want. Other faces pale when I get close. She is away and I cannot breathe her in. But she is not here The space her leaving has created I have attempted to fill With bodies that numbed upon touching, Among them I expected her opposite, And found only forgeries. I try to substitute her with no success Her wholeness I know to be a fiction of my making, Still I cannot dismiss the longing for her; It is a craving for sensation new flesh Cannot wholly calm or cancel, It is perhaps for more than her. And can not replace her fully At night above the parks the stars are swarming. The streets are thick with nostalgia; I move through senseless routine and insensitive chatter As if her going did not matter. She is away and I cannot breathe her in. I am ill simply through wanting her. I feel alone and ill

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10 1 When I think of her sparkling face 2 And of her body that rocked this way and that, 3 When I think of her laughter, 4 Her jubilance that filled me, 5 It’s a wonder I’m not gone mad. I remember her

11 1 When I think of her sparkling face 2 And of her body that rocked this way and that, 3 When I think of her laughter, 4 Her jubilance that filled me, 5 It’s a wonder I’m not gone mad. I remember her

12 1 When I think of her sparkling face 2 And of her body that rocked this way and that, 3 When I think of her laughter, 4 Her jubilance that filled me, 5 It’s a wonder I’m not gone mad. I remember her

13 1 When I think of her sparkling face 2 And of her body that rocked this way and that, 3 When I think of her laughter, 4 Her jubilance that filled me, 5 It’s a wonder I’m not gone mad. I remember her

14 1 When I think of her sparkling face 2 And of her body that rocked this way and that, 3 When I think of her laughter, 4 Her jubilance that filled me, 5 It’s a wonder I’m not gone mad. I remember her

15 1 When I think of her sparkling face 2 And of her body that rocked this way and that, 3 When I think of her laughter, 4 Her jubilance that filled me, 5 It’s a wonder I’m not gone mad. I remember her

16 1 When I think of her sparkling face 2 And of her body that rocked this way and that, 3 When I think of her laughter, 4 Her jubilance that filled me, 5 It’s a wonder I’m not gone mad. I remember her ANAPHORA METAPHOR

17 6 She is away and I cannot do what I want. 7 Other faces pale when I get close. 8 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. But she is not here

18 6 She is away and I cannot do what I want. 7 Other faces pale when I get close. 8 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. But she is not here

19 6 She is away and I cannot do what I want. 7 Other faces pale when I get close. 8 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. But she is not here

20 6 She is away and I cannot do what I want. 7 Other faces pale when I get close. 8 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. But she is not here

21 6 She is away and I cannot do what I want. 7 Other faces pale when I get close. 8 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. But she is not here

22 6 She is away and I cannot do what I want. 7 Other faces pale when I get close. 8 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. But she is not here

23 What would you remeber of him/her?

24 6 She is ____________ and I cannot do what I want. 7 Other ________________when I get close. 8 She is _____________and I cannot ______________. 1 When I think of _____________________ 2 And of ________________________this way and that, 3 When I think of __________________, 4 _________________that filled me, 5 ___________________I’m not gone mad.

25 I try to substitute her with no success 9 The space her leaving has created 10 I have attempted to fill 11 With bodies that numbed upon touching, 12 Among them I expected her opposite, 13 And found only forgeries.

26 I try to substitute her with no success 9 The space her leaving has created 10 I have attempted to fill 11 With bodies that numbed upon touching, 12 Among them I expected her opposite, 13 And found only forgeries.

27 I try to substitute her with no success

28 9 The space her leaving has created 10 I have attempted to fill 11 With bodies that numbed upon touching, 12 Among them I expected her opposite, 13 And found only forgeries. I try to substitute her with no success

29 9 The space her leaving has created 10 I have attempted to fill 11 With bodies that numbed upon touching, 12 Among them I expected her opposite, 13 And found only forgeries. I try to substitute her with no success

30 9 The space her leaving has created 10 I have attempted to fill 11 With bodies that numbed upon touching, 12 Among them I expected her opposite, 13 And found only forgeries. I try to substitute her with no success

31 9 The space her leaving has created 10 I have attempted to fill 11 With bodies that numbed upon touching, 12 Among them I expected her opposite, 13 And found only forgeries. HYPERBATON HYPERBOLE

32 And can not replace her fully. I have idealised her 14 Her wholeness I know to be a fiction of my making, 15 Still I cannot dismiss the longing for her; 16 It is a craving for sensation new flesh 17 Cannot wholly calm or cancel, 18 It is perhaps for more than her.

33 And can not replace her fully. I have idealised her 14 Her wholeness I know to be a fiction of my making, 15 Still I cannot dismiss the longing for her; 16 It is a craving for sensation new flesh 17 Cannot wholly calm or cancel, 18 It is perhaps for more than her.

34 And can not replace her fully. I have idealised her 14 Her wholeness I know to be a fiction of my making, 15 Still I cannot dismiss the longing for her; 16 It is a craving for sensation new flesh 17 Cannot wholly calm or cancel, 18 It is perhaps for more than her.

35 And can not replace her fully. I have idealised her 14 Her wholeness I know to be a fiction of my making, 15 Still I cannot dismiss the longing for her; 16 It is a craving for sensation new flesh 17 Cannot wholly calm or cancel, 18 It is perhaps for more than her.

36 And can not replace her fully. I have idealised her 14 Her wholeness I know to be a fiction of my making, 15 Still I cannot dismiss the longing for her; 16 It is a craving for sensation new flesh 17 Cannot wholly calm or cancel, 18 It is perhaps for more than her.

37 And can not replace her fully. I have idealised her 14 Her wholeness I know to be a fiction of my making, 15 Still I cannot dismiss the longing for her; 16 It is a craving for sensation new flesh 17 Cannot wholly calm or cancel, 18 It is perhaps for more than her.

38 And can not replace her fully. I have idealised her 14 Her wholeness I know to be a fiction of my making, 15 Still I cannot dismiss the longing for her; 16 It is a craving for sensation new flesh 17 Cannot wholly calm or cancel, 18 It is perhaps for more than her. HYPERBATON ENJAMBMENT

39 9 _____________ her leaving has created 10 I have attempted to fill 11 With __________________ upon touching, 12 Among them I expected her __________, 13 And found only __________. 14 _____________I know to be __________________, 15 Still I cannot _________________ for her; 16 It is ________________________ ___________ 17 Cannot wholly calm or cancel, 18 It is perhaps for _______________.

40 I feel alone and ill 19 At night above the parks the stars are swarming. 20 The streets are thick with nostalgia; 21 I move through senseless routine and insensitive chatter 22 As if her going did not matter. 23 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. 24 I am ill simply through wanting her.

41 I feel alone and ill 19 At night above the parks the stars are swarming. 20 The streets are thick with nostalgia; 21 I move through senseless routine and insensitive chatter 22 As if her going did not matter. 23 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. 24 I am ill simply through wanting her.

42 I feel alone and ill 19 At night above the parks the stars are swarming. 20 The streets are thick with nostalgia; 21 I move through senseless routine and insensitive chatter 22 As if her going did not matter. 23 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. 24 I am ill simply through wanting her.

43 I feel alone and ill 19 At night above the parks the stars are swarming. 20 The streets are thick with nostalgia; 21 I move through senseless routine and insensitive chatter 22 As if her going did not matter. 23 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. 24 I am ill simply through wanting her.

44 I feel alone and ill 19 At night above the parks the stars are swarming. 20 The streets are thick with nostalgia; 21 I move through senseless routine and insensitive chatter 22 As if her going did not matter. 23 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. 24 I am ill simply through wanting her.

45 I feel alone and ill 19 At night above the parks the stars are swarming. 20 The streets are thick with nostalgia; 21 I move through senseless routine and insensitive chatter 22 As if her going did not matter. 23 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. 24 I am ill simply through wanting her.

46 I feel alone and ill 19 At night above the parks the stars are swarming. 20 The streets are thick with nostalgia; 21 I move through senseless routine and insensitive chatter 22 As if her going did not matter. 23 She is away and I cannot breathe her in. 24 I am ill simply through wanting her.

47 I feel alone and ill PERSONIFICATION ALLITERATION METAPHOR

48 19 At night above the parks ______________________. 20 The streets are ____________________; 21 I move through _______________and ________________ 22 As if _____________ did not matter. 23 She is ___________ and I cannot ________________. 24 I am _____ simply through ____________. I feel alone and ill

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