• Eassy
    Summary - This is a photograph of me The title of this poem by Margret Atwood is This is a photograph of me, and as you come to recognize the content of the poem, it becomes much more clear what the significance of the title is to the rest of the poem. The poem is told by a person (Margret...
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  • Journeys Essay
    Journey Essay The study of the poems Journey to the Interior by Margret Atwood and A Summer Rain by John Foulcher; the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain and the picture book Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak has developed the concept that “Every journey, if it is...
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  • This is a photograph of me
     Margret Atwood’s poem “This is a photo graph of me” is written in 1st person of someone describing a picture of him or herself drowned in a lake.xnt The poem depicts the narrator loosing a part of him or herself. There appears to be only one character and a narrator. The poem is set in Canada...
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  • M Awful English Paper
    , she shows her feminist views against women’s stereotypes placed upon society. Unlike Homer’s view that pities men and blames women, Atwood’s poem pities women and cries for help. When the Siren says “will you get me/ out of this bird suit?” (Atwood 13) what she is really saying is that she wants to...
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  • Photograph
    difficult to say where precisely, or to say how large or small I am: the effect of water on light is a distortionbut if you look long enough, eventually you will be able to see me.) Summary - This is a photograph of me The title of this poem by Margret Atwood is This is a photograph...
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  • the gods we used to believe
    “used to say that it was Pallas Athene, goddess of weaving, who’d given me this idea[of the shroud]”(112) Atwood also criticizes ourselves to be so willing to get close to the gods, and it makes the oracles and ridiculous things the gods do easily influence us. Margret Atwood criticizes a lot in...
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  • handmaid's tale
    seems to be like our daily life which is freedom. In Gilead, The Eyes monitor every aspects of daily life. Here is a quote that reflects this situation. “He asks, ‘are you happy,’ says the interpreter…… ‘Yes, we are very happy,’ I murmur” (Atwood Handmaid 37). The quote shows that Offred is not able...
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  • You Fit Into Me
    You Fit Into Me Margaret Atwood writes in a vivid, witty and often sharply discomfiting style in all of her literary works. To call her a feminist author is in a way selling her short as her work, while often centered on issues of gender, has also focused on Canadian national identity...
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  • The Handmaid's Tale, Sylvia Plath & Andrea Levy
    stereotypical view of a “large unpleasant person who’ll shout at you”(Atwood)[1], The fear of feminism itself is the epitome of 20th century oppression. Texts explore how women have been and are still oppressed by society’s expectations of the stereotypical patterns which have occurred throughout history...
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  • Poetry Analysis
    Poetry Paper: Analysis When comparing Margaret Atwood’s “You Fit Into Me” with Sharon Olds’ poem “Sex Without Love” one cannot help but see the correlation between the two. Both poems begin innocently enough, but the reader quickly realizes quite the opposite. They are harsh and brutal in their...
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  • Orpheus and Eurydice
    three different works in different areas that retell the mythology. Each person chooses a different way to show the story that best suited their time periods and cultures. The poem “Orpheus (1)” was written by Margaret Atwood in the 70s. The poem was written in the time period when Women Right...
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  • What Makes a Metaphor
    syllables represents the nine months that she will be pregnant. Path uses fresh metaphors in order to describe ones pregnancy. Another example of a poem that uses fresh and lively metaphors is one by Margaret Atwood, “you fit into me.” This poem is about two lovers: “you fit into me/like a hook into...
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  • Feminism
    feminism include, but are not limited to: The Edible Woman, “You Fit Into Me”, Happy Endings, The Handmaid’s Tale, and her more recent novel Alias Grace. These works portray how woman use their strength and independence to deal with the inequality of the sexes. Margaret Atwood was born, in...
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  • Integrated Essay - Rabbit Proof Fence, a Righteous Day, Journey to the Interior
    All journeys require a strong sense of ones humanity in order to be successful. In ken Watsons anthology “at the round Earth imagined corners” ‘A righteous day by Mudrooroo and Journey to the interior’ by Margret Atwood and as well as the film ‘Rabbit Proof Fence’ by Phillip Noyce have all expanded...
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  • uuuuuuuu
    Poetry test Thursday October 3 You fit into me By: Margaret Atwood You fit into me like a hook into an eye a fishhook an open eye What initially appears to be a silly love poem quickly becomes dark and harrowing. Atwood overturns the expected definition of “hook and eye” and replaces it...
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  • ae222
    protagonists'; acts and thoughts to fit in and to sustain their prescribed roles. Why do you think Steinbeck introduces Eliza from the third person point of view and Atwood from the first person point of view? How do the double standards and ambiguities in their lives shape their perception? 3. Lorella...
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  • “in Plath’s Work, ‘Images of the Self Are Confident and Positive While Images of the Self Bound to Another, or Married, Are Doubting and Unhappy’. by Comparing the Presentation of Female Characters in a Streetcar Named
    that he is the leader. He asserts himself as the head of the household and constrains the women; “I am the king around here”. When he asks Stella “since when do you give me orders?” he is declaring his dominance and power, as well as suggesting that it is he that should be giving the orders. This is...
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  • Where Am I?
    , otherwise, I conclude he’ll be left all alone. I can feel the despair of the author in his poem about being companionless. It’s hard to deal with this feeling of isolation that easily comes inside you. I’m often alone and I sometimes convince myself that I need to find that special someone else to be next...
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  • Margaret
    to stand back from the poem, to look at its form and the manner in which it develops rhetorically. Each approach offers different possibilities, and collectively they offer the possibility of cross-fertilisation and mutual interrogation. For me, critical thinking would occur when students use the...
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  • Totalitarianism: the Government of the Future?
    Totalitarianism: The Government of the Future? In both novels, 1984 by George Orwell and Handmaid’s Tale by Margret Atwood, the world in which the main characters live in is a totalitarian nation looking for utopia. Both main characters are presented as rebels against their governments but...
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