The Lake Isle of Innisfree Discussion Questions

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Parodies are imitations of another work, written to deflate the subject matter of the original. Read Ezra Pound's poem "The Lake Isle," then write an essay explaining what his poem says about "The Lake Isle of Innisfree."

Write a detailed description of the place you would most like to call home, both the geographical location (e.g., New York City, French Riviera, etc.) and the kind of structure (e.g., a palace, a log cabin, a hut, etc.). What are the qualities of the home? What do these qualities say about your own values?

Get together with your classmates and brainstorm ideas for your ideal house. If possible, sketch a floor plan. How does your idea of an ideal home differ from those of your classmates?

What are some of the sights, smells, sounds that remind you of pleasant experiences in your life? When do they...

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