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Sylvia Plath's 'Mirror' / Imagery

Term Paper Number
12713
Term Paper Description
Sylvia Plath's 'Mirror' / Imagery
Number Of Pages
25
Number Of Words
3571
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298.75 $ (USD)
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Paper Abstract

The use of a mirror as illusion/allusion in poetry is compelling, to say the least. The most obvious use of the imagery of the mirror is that it is a reflection of the author. A search in a mirror is ultimately a search for the self. The image that is important is that of the woman, not the child whose innocence has drowned in the depths of the lake; nor the old woman who is like a terrible fish. Most people have the desire to reminisce about the past and, or speculate on the future. It is important. This 4 page paper explores the multiple meanings of the imagery presented by Sylvia Plath in the poem, 'Mirror.' No additional sources cited.

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