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  • Mirror
    I think that one area of appreciation that emerges in the poem is the relationship that the woman has with the mirror. The personification of the mirror is quite powerful in the poem. One can...

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    “Mirror” by Sylvia Plath is one of the great American lyrical poems. The poem’s form is free verse. Written in first-person point of view, the speaker is the mirror. The theme of the poem...

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  • Sylvia Plath
    Sylvia Plath led a complex existence, culminating in her suicide. Her poems contain depths that may escape the average reader but which contain her attempt to rationalize her being. Her seemingly...

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  • Mirror
    The poem, "Mirror" by Sylvia Plath talks about transcience of life with figurative language which consists of metaphors and personification. At first the mirror speaks in the poem, mirror is...

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    Certainly a rather melancholy poem, critic Jo Gill notes that the poem "Mirror" is "catoptric"; that is, it describes while it represents its own structure with two nine-line stanzas that are...

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  • The Metamorphosis
    One of the central themes of "The Metamorphosis" is explored in the reaction of Gregor's family to his fate. Gradually, bit by bit, they cease to view him as a human and come to regard him as an...

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  • Mirror
    I am a shiny shade of gray and precise. I do not judge pre-maturely. Every item within my range, I instantly view exactly as it appears without applying favor or discontent. I do not set out to...

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  • Mirror
    There are a lot of them. The critic usually mentions the one that are usefull. Some of them are: I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions.(Kenning: naming something in a way that makes the...

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  • Mirror
    Sylvia Plath's poem "The Mirror" is an example of a personification poem. Personification is where non-human and non-living things are given the qualities and characteristics of human beings. In...

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  • Mirror
    This is a poem that is written in free verse, which means there is no rhyme or any particular meter to the poem. The poem is based around two stanzas of nine lines each. The form of the poem is...

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  • Mirror
    The poem consists of two nine-line stanzas of verse. Interestingly, if we examine this poem carefully, we can see the way in which Plath deliberately structured these two stanzas in order to...

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  • Mirror
    The persona that Plath creates in this wonderful poem is shown to speak in a tone that perfectly represents its character. The mirror tells us that it is "silver and exact," and it seems to speak...

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  • Mirror
    Sylvia Plath’s poem titled “Mirror” is almost a riddle, in which a mirror describes itself, its functions, and its role in the life of a particular woman. The title of the poem, of course,...

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  • Mirror
    Keep in mind the definition of figures of speech, which is language that is not meant to be literal, but makes a comparison between two things which are not alike. Figures of speech include both...

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