Death In Conscientious Objector And The Fly

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Dying, destruction and devastation are three words to describe death. Edna St. Vincent Millay and William Blake described death similarity. They each talk about their feelings towards dying. In “Conscientious Objector,” Edna St. Vincent Millay and “The Fly,” William Blake, the authors portray the idea of death from different perspectives. “Edna St. Vincent Millay was the oldest of three girls.” (Edna 1) She had a difficult childhood because her mother divorced her father because of his excessive gambling. Her mother because a nurse to support her little family. While her mother was at work, she and her sisters were often left to be by themselves. During this alone time Millay enjoyed occupying her time by reading and play music. She really

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