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After Raphael Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Lucie Brock-Broido
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Topics for Further Study

•  Using magazines, photocopies from books, printed images from the Internet, or pictures you create yourself, gather all of the images found in Brock-Broido’s “After Raphael.” You may want to add images you think are indirectly related to the poem (for example, one of Raphael’s paintings). Create a collage with all of your images, making sure to incorporate a copy of the poem in your collage.

•  “After Raphael” ends with the speaker’s realization that she, too, is subject to the passage of time. She faces her own mortality when the poem ends. Based on what you know of the speaker, how do you think she will handle this realization? Write a poem in the style of Brock-Broido using the same speaker. Your poem should express how you think the speaker feels...

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This section contains 339 words
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Purchase our After Raphael Study Guide
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