Always Discussion Questions

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Read another of Apollinaire's poems from Calligrammes and prepare to lead a class discussion comparing and contrasting it to “Always.”

Investigate the symbolist school of poetry and write an essay discussing its influence on Apollinaire's poetry.

Write a poem of three or four stanzas of self-contained images that as a whole express thematic unity.

Rearrange the lines of your poem into a picture that expresses its meaning. Use some of the more visual poems in Calligrammes, such as “Fan of Flavors” or “Cotton in Your Ears,” as models.

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