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Critical commentary on Sir John Betjeman's 'In Westminster Abbey' - composition of essay

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I have to write a critical commentary on "In Westminster Abbey" by Sir John Betjeman. I'm having a problem with the composition of the essay - i'm not sure what rough line of argument i should take.

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Before you can formulate an "argument," you need to define "critical commentary."
This involves crystalizing your own opinion of the peom, which is something no one else can do for you.
So there are a number of questions you need to ask yourself:
In the most general terms, what is this poem ...

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