In "Siren Song" by Margaret Atwood, what is the dramatic situation of the poem?
This is the one song everyonewould like to learn: the songthat is irresistible:
The reader must, perforce, read on to discover what the "one song" is. The tension builds as the Siren describes the power of this song, declaring that men kill themselves in their efforts to hear it better and that nobody who has ever heard the song has lived to reveal its secret. The Siren then offers to tell the reader the song in return for...
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