25 thoughts on “NSC English Poems”

  1. Fantastic notes. A real life saver. (If I may, you shouldn’t use the dark purple high-lighter, it makes it hard to read the black text.)

  2. Thank you so much for the notes on the poetry! I found it very useful. Keep doing what you’re doing because it works 🙂

  3. The notes are very helpful as they critically analyse the poems and they help us prepare the learners for the exams. HOWEVER I FIND THE ANALYSIS OF IN DETENTION TOO condensed

  4. Excellent site…Very useful…The only equipment missing is the memorandum to were we can refer if in doubt of questions…

  5. This is awesome. Thanks for all the notes. I only wish that I found this website sooner. Thanks a lot and to all the matriculates I wish you all the best………. (fingers crossed) 🙂

  6. Have used these notes to study for my mock exams, they really have helped especially because I have been sick during the year so therefore have missed quite a lot of school and I found that these notes were very straight forward and that I could really understand everything that is going on. I will be recommending this website to help my friends as well as I think that it has really helped

  7. Thanks for the immense amount of help you have given me in the note. I’d like to just comment on the notes posted on the poem ‘In detention’,I’d just like to add that the lack of thought the officers put into the prisoners’ causes of death represent how insignificant the prisoners were to them. It also signifies how the officers thought the prisoners were unworthy of dignified causes of death on their Death Certificates. Thank You, I may be wrong so please feel free to correct me,and put me on the right track.

  8. Really helpful. If any notes are available on “An abandoned bundle” by Oswald Mbuyiseni Mtshali please post them.

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