MAn and woman
Difference between man & woman
Goblin market is about two sisters that stay together and to whatever for each other. Laura is one of the sisters and she goes into the market and eats the fruit. The poem has a lot of symbols, imagery and wordplay which is interesting to look at. The speaker is not talking in first person, he describes everything in third person. The sisters stay together in everything and Lizzie is willing to do everything for Laura so she can feel better. Today men and women have their gender roles, but sometimes we don’t know that the woman washes the dishes after dinner and most likely is it the woman that cooks the food. But it was worse many years ago, but how is it different now a days than it was 1000 years ago?
Christina Rossetti wrote the poem “Goblin Market” which talks about two sisters, Laura and Lizzie. She describes them as a very beautiful women’s, like when she don’t have any money to pay for the fruit the goblins answer “Buy from us with a golden curl” (Line 123). Christina describes them as the same person and compares them to many different things, she uses a simaly “Like two blossoms on one stem, Like two flakes of new-fall’n snow, Like two wands of ivory” (line 188-190). They need to do lot of chores when they wake up in the morning like every girl needed to do in the old days. First thing in the morning they “cock crowed his warning, Neat like bees, as sweet and busy” (line 198-199). You feel like they are just making food that is necessary, the food is not attempting “Cakes for dainty mouths to eat, Next churned butter, whipped up cream” (line 206-207). So you see clearly that they are typical woman, their job is to be a good wife, they do everything for the man.
The Goblins are the men’s in the story, they owns the market where you can get all of this attempting fruits. Everything in the market sounds really tasty “Apples and quinces, Lemons and oranges, Plump unpecked cherries, Melons and raspberries,...
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