Answer the following questions for “Porphyria’s Lover,” “He Wishes His Beloved Were Dead,” and “An Old Story.” ( the poem are in the attachment) 1. What’s the relationship between the murderer and his victim in each poem? 2. do they kill the victim in each poem? 3. What could be the theme of each poem? 4. What emotions are they trying to stir in the reader for each poem? 5. What are 3-5 ways ways they use different images and wording from each other to illustrate similar themes and evoke similar emotions? 6. Which was most effective and why?