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Gilbert

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Anna Makris

on 22 September 2014

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Transcript of Gilbert

Gilbert uses multiple poems to show his steps in overcoming the death of his wife.

Poems
Married
The Great Fires
Alone
Michikos Dead
Alone
Searching for Pittsburgh
Types of Poems
He is straight forward with his emotions and the effects his wifes death had on him
He writes in a sorrowful tone but doesn't directly say that his wife is gone.
He writes as the world is going on without him/ as he's coping with his emotions and his loss.
Question
Why does Gilbert's poems shift from being entirely focused on Michiko to being focused on other things happening around him?
Anna Makris
Gilbert
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