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A Woman to Her Lover/Macbeth

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Transcript of A Woman to Her Lover/Macbeth

"A Woman To Her Lover"
by Christina Walsh Relationships Identify all of the positive and negative words in the poem "A Woman To Her Lover". The Voice of the Poem Word analysis What sort of woman do you think wrote the poem?

What emotions do you think she was experiencing at the time?

What is the woman trying to say to her lover? Words to use and things to discuss when you write about poems Point one Walsh shows that the woman in the poem will not be dominated by her partner. Point one evidence "no servant will I be"
"I refuse you!"
"I am no doll to dress"
"co-equal love" Link to Macbeth How can you link this point with the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth?

How is it similar?

How is it different? Point two Walsh uses metaphors to highlight gender roles. voice
setting
stanza
imagery
meaning
form
repetition
alliteration
context Write a few sentences about how these quotes support the point being made. Include:
word analysis;
how this would make the reader feel;
literary devices (metaphor);
use of punctuation for dramatic effect. "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare Point two evidence "make of me a bondslave"
"creature"
"wingless angel"
"no doll to dress" Write a few sentences about how these quotes support the point being made. Include:
word analysis;
how this would make the reader feel;
literary devices (metaphor, alliteration) Link to Macbeth How can you link this point to the gender roles in Macbeth?

How is it similar?

How is it different? Point three Walsh suggests that love will last forever Point three evidence "to love and die with"
"until we reach the very heart of God" Write a few sentences about how these quotes support the point being made. Include:
word analysis;
how this would make the reader feel;
literary devices (imagery) Point four Walsh presents a woman who rejects the idealistic views of relationships and love (how they should be). Point four evidence "from heaven sent"
"every deed and word and wish is golden"
"a wingless angel"
"no doll to dress and sit"
"of passion, and of joy and sorrow" Write a few sentences about how these quotes support the point that is being made. Include:
word analysis;
how this would make the reader feel;
literary devices (imagery, metaphor, alliteration) Link to Macbeth How can you link this point to the way Shakespeare writes about love in Macbeth? Link to Macbeth How can you link this to Macbeth?

Does Shakespeare and his characters believe the same thing?
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