Stanza 1: The speaker tells us of a photographer who is alone in his dark room, developing photographs that he has recently taken. Beirut. The simile is extended in the phrase ‘he/a priest preparing to intone a Mass’, making it seem as if the photographer’s function in the modern world is similar to the traditional function of a priest — to make people think more deeply about spiritual and philosophical questions, and perhaps to explore or explain the reasons for evil and suffering in the world. Lucy then pushed her bangs back and revealed that she had red evil eyes! The photographer’s editor has to pick only a few of these images to show to the public in a Sunday newspaper supplement. The disrupted ‘A’’ rhyme may then be interpreted as symbolizing the disharmony and separation that war creates within families, something which is explored further in the description of the man whose wife ‘cries’ as ‘blood’ spills on the land. Carol Anne: Mommy, there's somebody here ... Mommy, somebody's coming. I can't. There are ‘hundreds’ of photographs from a range of locations, which creates an almost dizzying effect when the reader tries to think about it. Colour symbolism — we are told that ‘the only light is red’, suggesting that the colour is significant (beyond the practical reason of it being the only possible way to light a darkroom without spoiling the photos). Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. He drove all the way to work before discovering me. My God. But opting out of some of these cookies may have an effect on your browsing experience. Do *not* go into the light. The Killing Floor (2007) Title of movie seen in videostore towards the end of the movie. Can't you hear what's happening? Beirut — the capital city of Lebanon, where the Lebanese Civil War took place between 1975–1990. Don't like this video? Cross over, children. Oh God, I woke up, I started screaming. South Park - With Apologies to Jesse Jackson [S11E01] Source video - Top clips - Next line quiz Sleepwalking ... 'Nocturnal somnabulism.' A similar line also used in the famous movie, Poltergeist. Don't run away from me. We’re left with a final image of the photographer, who stares emotionlessly out of the airplane window at the land below, knowing it is a country torn by conflict, where he’s being sent to earn money by taking photographs. The ‘tremble’ is ambiguous, however — it could be because he is concentrating very hard on getting the photos to develop properly, as this takes a lot of effort. Dark room — a dark enclosed space that is used to develop photographs (non-digital photographs are sensitive to light, so they have to be processed in the dark, with only a low red light to see by). ... Poltergeist - Run to the Light! Anonymous. Simile — ‘as though this were a church’ makes us think of the religious and spiritual aspects of war, given that many wars are fought over religious beliefs, as well as the way in which the media in the modern world functions as a quasi-religion — people become obsessed with certain stories and hold strong opinions and beliefs, especially regarding the politics of conflict. 0 0. tracyloveslfc@btinternet.com. These cookies do not store any personal information. You are the only angel who can lead us into the light. I'm afraid of the light, mommy. The photographer has visited all these places and become numb to the suffering and the reasons behind it. The most well-known death that sparked and fuels the "Poltergeist curse" fire to this day was the shocking loss of Heather O' Rourke, who played Carol Ann … Kane: Carol Anne, don't be afraid. Sibilance — ‘spools of suffering’ uses sibilance to draw attention to the images that are recorded on the spools of photography film, the ‘s’ repeated also imitates a sharp hissing or spitting sound — perhaps to imitate the sense of pain and suffering that the photographer’s subjects went through. We need you Carol Anne, LEAD US INTO THE LIGHT! She does attempt to coerce them into the light, but Steven interrupts her, mistakenly believing her words are meant for his wife and daughter. We read about it in ‘supplement[s]’, as if it’s an add-on to our lives, perhaps something to talk about over ‘drinks’ with friends. Sestets — the poem is set out regularly in sestets (six-line stanzas) — perhaps to show the repetitive regularity of the photographer’s job, which is so comfortable and almost numbing in comparison with the chaos of the subjects he depicts in his work. Carol Anne, don't go into the light. Synecdoche — ‘his hands, which did not tremble then/ though seem to now’ — the ‘hands’ are used to represent the whole person of the photographer (a technique we call ‘synecdoche’), as we realise that they are trembling finally as he looks over the horrific images he has captured. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It's like, it's like, there's this tickling, you know, right in here. These figures are all unnamed — to show they represent general people, rather than specific individuals, which gives a wider picture of society as a whole and how it reacts to distant war. So. Cartman makes the little person say "Carol Anne, don't go into the light". Help her, help her. You know that movie, Poltergeist? There are two couplets within this rhyme scheme — BB and CC. EDIT: I guess I'm the only one who ANSWERED at least, who watched Poltergeist! I'm afraid of the light. Just go into the light! We adopt a voyeuristic attitude to war and conflict — the term ‘voyeurism’ in this sense refers to the idea that people almost enjoy or are entertained by learning about the war, death, and suffering, in a gratuitous sense. I … 3.9 secs The Simpsons (1989) - S29E21 All that's left is for me to go into the light. Now say, Carol Anne don't go into the light. The tickling pulls you. Wars — There is a non-specific context for the wars being described, although we know that the photographer is working in the pre-digital age as he has to develop the photographs by hand. However, the poem may have additional positive effects such as encouraging readers who engage with global conflicts to think more about donating their time or money to charitable causes that can alleviate suffering in the wars. Therefore, we can see how political beliefs and strong ideologies cause further war, violence, and suffering and escalate the number of people involved in any conflict — in most wars, the people on each side fully believe that they are right and fighting honorably for a better future. Robbie's sleeping with us now -- Dana, she spends a lot of time with friends. You're are only angel, who can lead us into the light. I mean, Carol Anne last night, and all last week, you know -- and me when I was ten. Carol Anne - listen to me. Do not go into the light. The man is a ‘stranger’ to the photographer, which again emphasizes the lack of connection. For me, the absolute most memorable line from that movie is, “Don’t go into the light, Carol Anne.” My name is Evette, so why would that single line still resonate 35 years later? Metaphor — ‘a half-formed ghost’ — this visual image describes the face of the man as it develops on the photograph, but it also may suggest that his soul or character had been half destroyed by the stress and fear of living amidst conflict. Pnom Penh — the capital city of Cambodia, where the Cambodian Civil War took place between 1967–75. Spool — a circular device that holds film or photography tape. Thanks for reading! All wars are an expression of the potential humans to do evil — Following on from the previous idea, there is a sense that the poem explores humans and their capacity for evil as much as it comments on war specifically — the references to a church in the first stanza suggest that the poem intends to open up more spiritual and philosophical questions about our species, rather than directly speaking about one specific war or incident (as most newspaper articles on war will do). "Don't Go Into the Light, Carol Anne" add your own caption. I heard them talking. When you dive off, it's like free-falling. Steve Freeling : You said don't go into the light! They called the cops, the cops came, they took this poor dude downtown. Is this your Knott's Berry Farm solution. Permalink: Carol Anne - listen to me. According to Jesse Jackson, he is the emperor of black people. Sunday’s supplement — an extra small publication that’s sent along with the regular newspaper on Sundays for people to read, usually for leisure and entertainment. Though the war took place between Cambodian citizens — the Khmer Rouge, a political Communist Party and the government of Cambodia — many other countries also became involved in the conflict — the US on the government’s side, and Vietnam on the Khmer Rouge’s side, so this escalated the scale of the war. The Beast, who appears to Carol Anne as a child and a friend, is using her luminescence to keep the ghosts away from the light, to keep them trapped in the nether plane with him. He sets the photographs (which are of people suffering in war) out in rows to look at them, and this process is compared to a priest preparing his Mass. ABBACC rhyme scheme — there is a regular rhyme scheme to each stanza, perhaps showing the regularity and monotony of the photographer’s work, which he seems to view as similar to any other job rather than understanding it has special importance. Mommy, help me, please! You know what? My analysis is tailored towards the Edexcel IGCSE Literature Poetry Anthology and the AQA GCSE English Literature Power and Conflict Cluster, but it’s useful for anyone studying the poem at any level, on any exam board (including OCR, CIE / Cambridge, CCEA, WJEC / Eduqas). Holophrasis — Belfast. I certainly hope I don't ever see you on my porch through the other side of my screen door singing that song! Source video - Top clips - Next line quiz Deers do it & look what happen to them? Do not go into the light. Turn away from it. heh! Duffy aims to create a sense of frustration and perhaps guilt in the reader, as well as a wider awareness of how lucky we are to live peacefully and comfortably in our countries, as well as exposing the way in which media affects a lot of people’s lives and opinions, but really is only able to give us a small snippet of information about any given subject. Carol Anne: No! Bonus Factoids Pointless Observations. Lucy: I won't let you have her you monster! January 6, 2017 by Jen Leave a Comment. We won't harm you, we love you. Stanza 4: We have another focal shift in the final stanza, which zooms out to ‘a hundred agonies’ that the photographer documented, as we realize this man and his wife were just one small example of the suffering endured by many. I felt her. And all of a sudden, it's like there's no air except that you can breathe. Stop where you are. We keep the room locked off from the rest of the house. The compound adjective ‘half-formed’ perhaps also refers to the photographer himself, suggesting that the memory of the man is half-formed in his mind and starting to come back to him, as he remembers other things about his particular situation. And it starts to pull you. Here are some notes, analyses, and annotations for the poem ‘War Photographer’ by Carol Ann Duffy. The final line may refer to the blood of this couple, or the blood of others at the scene where they were photographed — it provides us with a lasting shocking image of blood-stained earth in the aftermath of war and conflict. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. 191 shares 1 0. Now try to use that for the next couple of minutes ... Bas****, she's just a baby! Diane: She just moved through me. Don't go into the light! She just moved through me. Now say, Carol Anne don't go into the light. with spools of suffering set out in ordered rows. That crap’s real, yo. They write instrumental rock music that is experimental in nature. You only want to use me for evil! We would never hurt you, NEVER! The light is dangerous. The one where the little blonde girl, Carol Anne, gets trapped inside the TV in her parents’ bedroom? He’s back home in Rural England, the English countryside is calm and peaceful, any worries he may have can here be fixed with good weather — unlike the countries where he took the photographs, where the fields exploded as children ran through them, away from conflict. South Park - With Apologies to Jesse Jackson [S11E01]. Bear in mind that for both AQA and Edexcel, you have to write a comparative essay, so always make sure to learn your themes/ideas and attitudes in detail and think about which poems connect well or strongly conflict with each other. The use of multiple locations that the photographer visits suggest that the poem is less about one specific war, and more about human nature, questioning why these atrocities occur and recur throughout history, why we are always fighting and destroying one another. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. THEMES Bear in mind that for both AQA and Edexcel, you have to write a comparative essay, so always make sure to learn your themes/ideas and attitudes in detail and think about which poems connect well or strongly conflict with each other. There is a cynical tone expressed in the poem, where Duffy comments on the ironic and insensitive way in which we consume media — only seeing a small proportion of what really goes on in any war or conflict, and only experiencing even that for a few seconds in the relative comfort of our lives. Edit It can happen. Directed by Tobe Hooper. Signed to Nowhere Records in 2007 they released thier first E.P. Then Carol Anne disappears mysteriously, although her voice continues to be heard in the house. The final line lists cities that were sites of war — the Irish and British conflict in Belfast, the civil war in Lebanon (Beirut), and the civil war in Cambodia (Phnom Penh), before commenting that ‘all flesh is grass’, a phrase which reminds us that human life is transient and that after a death we all return to the earth. With JoBeth Williams, Heather O'Rourke, Craig T. Nelson, Beatrice Straight. Added: October 15, 2012; Don't touch my baby! The US at the time was fighting in Asia to prevent the spread of communism, as it is a strong capitalist country. My Daughter’s Phone: Don’t Go Into the Light, Carol Anne. Into the Light Carol Anne (ITLCA) was formed in the spring of 2006 in Chicago IL. Carol Ann Duffy was friends with a war photographer, so her poem is inspired by directly speaking with him about his experiences. Phnom Penh. You know, I once slept-walked four blocks, and I fell asleep in the back of this guy's car. AQA Power and Conflict: the full course is coming soon, but in the meantime take a look at our other English and Literature courses here. The film starred Craig T. Nelson and JoBeth Williams and one young actress in Heather O'Rourke who stole the film with her turn as Carol Anne. Carol Anne: The man wanted me to lead him into the Light. (Full poem unable to be reproduced due to copyright). The effect is to make us think more deeply about the ethics of war and war documentation — the photographer himself is only doing it for ‘a living’, to make money — and also to make us really appreciate the comfort and stability that we live in, our own worries and troubles are so minor in comparison to the people suffering in the middle of conflicts. This also creates a solemn tone that continues throughout the first stanza, where we realise that many of the photographs will now be documenting the dead — a sentiment that is reinforced in the final short sentence ‘All flesh is grass’, a quotation from the Old Testament in the Bible that reminds us that human lives are very short and fragile. Impassively — showing or feeling no emotions. 448.3k Likes, 892 Comments - Lucy Hale (@lucyhale) on Instagram: “"Don't go into the light, Carol Anne"” This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. Carol Ann Duffy was friends with a war photographer, so her poem is inspired by directly speaking with him about his experiences. — this is a technique where a whole idea or phrase is expressed just using a single world — Duffy compresses the wars, conflicts and political and social turmoil of these locations into single words or names of cities where the wars took place — in some ways it is powerful how just the name of a city can conjure up so many associations and so much history (the plosive ‘b’ and ‘p’ sounds hint towards violence and explosions), but in others it seems reductive — like it is only a small snapshot of what goes on; we don’t know enough to properly respect and understand what went on in these places, a few photographs in a newspaper in an article about the place isn’t going to do it justice, and yet that’s all most of us ever experience of modern war and conflict — very few of Duffy’s readers will have experienced and understood what it means to live in a state of war first hand. Carol Anne! Assonance — the final lines contain many words that half-rhyme ‘stare’ ‘aeroplane’ ‘ where’ ‘care’ and ‘earn’, repeating sounds that convey a sense. Get away from me. One evening Carol Anne is surprised talking to someone inside the TV and notifies the family that "They have arrived". He said it was my Daddy's fault cause of the houses...the houses my Daddy built on their graves...he said I had to lead them into the Light...into the Light! We may feel impacted briefly by it, but ultimately it makes no large difference to our daily routines, and we do nothing to change the situation for the better. Though she also acknowledges that we are moved by the stories and situations and respond with ‘tears’, ultimately the effect of the poem is to leave us both saddened and frustrated but ultimately powerless as we realize that very few of us are in a position to directly help those involved in the conflict. The original that I remember was from Poltergeist where Zelda Rubinstein told a little girl "Carol Anne, don't go into the light." Go Into The Light. She is reluctant to dye the streaks back, speculating to her older daughter that they look "punk". Poltergeist scared up quite a lot of business when it premiered in 1982 and one can see why.It is utterly terrifying. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. Turn away from it. Stanza 2: We’re told that the photographer has a job to complete — when he was taking the photos his hands didn’t tremble, but they do now. Dr. Lesh: Poltergeists are usually associated with an individual. When Cartman fights David Nelson "Down with the Sickness" from this Band is played. Disturbed. Duffy criticizes those who read the newspapers and learn about far off wars from the comfort of their own stable environments. document.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "a4f67a7aba52fc6a4bf94c6efa1b9775" );document.getElementById("a01a541235").setAttribute( "id", "comment" ); Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Poltergeist. The poem was published in 1985, so the Lebanese Civil War and the Northern Ireland Conflict were still ongoing at this time. What side of the rainbow are we working tonight, Dr. Lesh? Diane. Diane. Don't even look at the light. And you're getting pulled along and --. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. I can't find you. Help her. Red could symbolise passion, or blood and violence, and it perhaps foreshadows the later visual image of ‘blood stained into foreign dust’. Otherwise, we may interpret that he has finally become emotionally impacted by his job and is starting to feel sorry for the people he met on his travels through war-torn countries. You know what? Here’s a full AQA GCSE Power and Conflict Poetry Anthology List. All are welcome. Dr. Lesh ... Carol Anne Freeling : Mommy, where are you? Enjambment — enjambment is often used in the poem to create an expectation, which is then disrupted or embellished in the second line. Added: October 15, 2012; Diane: You were saying about poltergeists. Season 11 e1 With Apologies to Jesse Jackson e2 Cartman Sucks e3 Lice Capades e4 The Snuke You know, I once slept-walked four blocks, and I fell asleep in the back of this guy's car. All welcome, go into the light...There is peace and serenity in the light. Kane: Carol Anne, don't afraid! This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. Stop where you are. Permalink: Don't touch my baby! Don’t go into the light. But I did read that there was also a spoof of this on South Park. Is it really a good idea to walk towards the light? ... Poltergeist's Carol Anne Talks on the Phone - Recut Scene - Duration: 1:33. For example, the sentence ‘He has a job to do..’ seems short and matter-of-fact, almost as if it’s revealing the photographer’s own thoughts and attitude to his work — it’s just a job that pays money, like any other, he has learned to detach himself emotionally from the horrors that he sees and documents with his lens. I mean, don’t go into the light like Carol Anne, but get yourself out of the darkness. Although I don’t always like Duffy’s poems, this is my absolute favorite of hers; I really love how it’s so personal and thought-provoking. Double entendre — ‘solutions slop in trays’ — the word ‘solutions’ is used ironically to refer literally to the developing liquid that is used for processing photographs (which is called ‘a solution’), and also to the idea of solving or finding a solution that will end the wars. Stanza 3: This stanza shifts focus to a particular photograph that’s developing before his eyes — he remembers the man and his wife, how they were suffering and he took a photograph of them because ‘someone must’, despite the fact that he didn’t ask them directly if it was ok to document their pain. It says that ‘he sought approval’ but ‘without words’, so perhaps they just accepted that he was taking photos, or they were in too much pain to truly notice or communicate with him. A Civil War is a conflict that happens within a country, so people within Lebanon were fighting amongst each other because of their religious, political, and cultural beliefs — in this case, there was tension between Christians, Sunni Muslims, and Shia Muslims. My God, I felt her. Don't go near it. He … I will bet you anything it's genetic. It’s a fascinating poem! One example is ‘A hundred agonies in black and white / from which his editor will pick out five or six’, the numbers are used in almost an antithesis — we realize that there are hundreds of photographs, and thousands or more who suffer, and of all these stories and lives that are disrupted only a few will make it to the newspaper, and even then people will read about them for a few moments, look at their pictures a couple of times, and then go back to their daily lives. Diane Freeling : Carol Anne - listen to me. Leave me alone! Intone a Mass — to deliver a speech or sermon for a Mass in a flat, non — variable tone of voice. - Duration: 2:56. Kane: I don't want to hurt you. Symphony for Dolphin and Duck in October of 2008. Don't go into the light! (I'm surprised no one else has recongized you yet!) Carol Anne - listen to me. In the poem, the type of Mass being referred to in the first stanza would be a funeral service. Reach back into our past when you used to have an open mind, remember that? If you find this document useful, you can take the full Edexcel IGCSE Poetry course. The reality of war is almost too large and complex to fully understand — a further sense of powerlessness is created through the use of general terms — we do not even know the names of any individuals in the poems, and therefore cannot help them, those who suffer are caught in a political and/ or religious conflict that is much larger than themselves, and so even they cannot fully understand why the war is occurring or how to change it. 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