T: Title: The title describe the women with her riches house got burned down T: Tone: Anne Bradstreet poem, “Upon the Burning of Our House” is resentful and remorseful. She was being resentful that her house got burned and down and that all her possessions are turned into ashes. But throught that sorrow, she is remorseful because since she’s a Puritan and believe that none of the things did not actually belongs to her but to God’s. Therefore, material possessions are easy to get and gain but also easy to lose and destroyed. T: Theme: That you should not centered on what you have because you will eventually lose it when you die, and only God is with you.
Ophelia was once flawless, but since her encounter with Hamlet she has fallen into the same madness and wants to kill herself. Ophelia opens up her feelings towards Hamlet, even though her father and brother both warn her not to. Hamlet’s madness causes him to push Ophelia to the point of a mental break down. He drags her into the same hell he is
This is used in the last line of the poem ‘Bide you with death and sin’; this symbolised her outrage at her sister and her hope that she will pay by going to hell after death. The word ‘Bide’ implies that she will have to live with what she has done, even after death. In contrast, Farmers Bride uses sibilance to emphasise that there are few good point about their relationship; ‘sweet as the wild violets, she, /To her wild self’ this symbolises his love and admiration for her, which is short lived as je cannot get near her. The word ‘wild’ has connotations of unspoilt freedom and rejection of people suggesting that she would rather be with nature than with another person, particularly a male. In sister Maude juxtaposition is used to show the emotion change from one stanza to the next.
Both girls did very bad things to one another, but it is best to see the evidence from the opposing side first so a decision can be made on who is more of a victim. Elaine was a huge target for Lysandra’s anger to be disposed upon. Elaine won the poetry contest fairly by a meritocratic poem about a “shipwreck.” (128) In return, Lysandra ignored Elaine ever since she lost. Elaine tried to be to a good sport about winning, but even Lysandra’s family does not respect her anymore. Her father said “You!” and shut the door right in her face.
Never-the-less, it is the trauma from the rape attempt, which Esther initially considers letting happen and then fights back, that leads to Esther throwing away her expensive clothes off the hotel rooftop. After the rape attempt, she stops bathing and wishes to keep Marco's dried blood on her cheek. To her, the dried blood “seemed touching, and rather spectacular... like the relic of a dead lover”. (113) Esther stops caring
Plath is able to strongly convey a central theme of suicide by relief of pain, and the result of abandonment and inactivity. Relief of pain through suicide is one of the most common themes used in Sylvia Plath’s poetry. In “Lady Lazarus”, Plath writes about her attempts at suicide. “And like the cat I have nine times to die. / This is number three (Plath 21-22).” In the poem she describes the two previous attempts at killing herself when she says “The first time it happened I was ten.
"Mad Girl's Love Song"? Critical Analysis The poem, "Mad Girl's Love Song"?, was written by Sylvia Plath. This poem has a theme of suicide as an escape. The author, Sylvia Plath, is writing this song from her own personal view. There are many places where the theme of suicide appears in the poem.
Throughout the novel, Miss Havisham uses mostly a bitter treatment towards Pip. She addresses to Estella “Break their hears and have no mercy.” Only a truly sick person could say this, but Pip ignores her thoughts. Pip claims, “I should have been happier and better if I had never seen Miss Havisham’s face.” He realizes, overtime, that she has effected him so much in a bad way and wishes that they never met. Towards the end Pip states, “If I let her go, the fire would break out again and consume her.” Even after all the misery she caused him, he is changed for he can’t give her up. Miss Havisham’s role is an essential detail for most of the other characters have some significant connection to her.
The speaker’s wife steps in telling the speaker that all his actions are in vain since he cannot stop the tide from rushing in. Metaphorically speaking, the tide represents death that sweeps in continuously upon life and the act of the speaker’s lover stepping in simply shows that she believes that all the speaker’s actions are in vain for he cannot stop death from taking her from him and from time fading out her name. The waves signify time, a constant reminder of the cruelty of love and a reminder of the ephemeral nature of life. The speaker’s lover believes that she will “wash away” like her name written on the sand however the speaker believes otherwise. The speaker provides a different point of view from his lover.
Ariel feared for his life and she saved his life. She sang to him while he was unconscious and once he gains consciousness she quickly leaves to avoid being discovered. Memorized by Ariel’s voice, Eric vows to find her. Trident later learns that Ariel is in love with a human and he destroys all of Ariel’s treasures that she got from the surface. She’s so upset that she leaves to a witch named Ursula.