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    Poem is a piece of writing which express feelings, emotions and ideas using descriptive figurative languages. However, poems are not dependable as a secondary source and if it is written about 100 years later than when the event actually happened. Likewise, the poem cannot be trustworthy if it contains different facts from the primary source written by the person who experienced that moment and who was actually there. Furthermore, as poems use figurative languages that exaggerate things, it is not a good resource. These lead up to the poem “Paul Revere’s Ride” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, which is a secondary source written as a third person point of view. Therefore, the poem “Paul Revere’s Ride” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is unreliable than the letter wrote by Paul Revere which is a primary source. First of all, the poem is not a reliable source because the poem and the letter have time period difference. The letter was written about 20 years later by Paul Revere while the poem was written much later than when the event happened. In the poem it states, “of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, on the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five; …” The text from the poem states that the midnight ride of Paul Revere was on the April 18, 1775 and the poem was written in 1860, which is 85 years later. Also, the language in the poem and the letter is different as it uses old English in the letter and present day English in the poem. “we would shew two Lanthorns in the North Church…

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    A person who feels abandonment by a loved one eventually will begin to feel alone. Poet, Sylvia Plath was far too familiar with this feeling. In many of her writings, such as “The Yellow Wallpaper,” Plath wrote about her depressing feelings, especially towards her husband. In the story, she explains looking at the disgusting wallpaper and the feeling of being lonely. Towards the ending, it goes to explain her happiness began to develop through her children. Many of her writings include emotional…

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    For thousands of years, women were told that they were inferior to men. Men wanted to control women to make themselves look good. Specifically, Sylvia Plath was oppressed in her literary life by Otto Plath and Ted Hughes. These two men influenced her writing in many different ways. Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy,” reflects the biographical context of how growing up with her father and her relationship with her husband affected her writings. Sylvia Plath’s father inspired her writings by their “bond” and…

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    Daddy and Lady Lazarus are poems written in 1963, by Sylvia Plath and were shortly released after her death. Sylvia Plath is a famous American poet born in October 27, 1932. Plath was really depressed since at the age of 10 after her Father's death. She tried to commit suicide multiple times and failed.Plath's famous Poems “Daddy” and “Lady Lazarus” are mainly influenced on her depression and her complex relationship with her Dad and her husband Ted Hughes. Ted hughes leaving Plath left her…

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    Sylvia Plath was an admired American poet during the 20th century, known for her confessional poems. Plath's poems had a common theme of morality and death. Plath excelled as a child and won many scholarships and contests, but faced difficulties in her home life after her father died. These difficulties affected Plath's mental state and her work greatly. In Plath's poem, “Daddy”, readers can see how her relationship with her father and other life experiences influenced the topics and themes of…

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    Sylvia Plath has written poetry that fully explores the profound depth of the human psyche. Through her use of confessional poetry and psychic landscape, her poetry delves into the multifaceted layers of the human condition. Plath herself came across as a very complicated and perplexing individual, and in her style of writing, she conveys the inner state of her mind. To read her poetry without the context of her mental state, few readers could comprehend the intensity and compelling suffering…

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    Everything Is Changing What do you think would happen if women fought back? Could women really change the way people view them? “The Danger of a Single Story” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi, “Baby You Can Drive My Car” by Janin di Giovann, and “My Father Writes to My Mother” by Assia Djebar all display women and the views of them in their societies. The female character in each of these works express a view of them from other people and their own opinions. Chimamanda with “The Danger of a Single…

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    literary event and met poet Ted Hughes. They soon married in july and had twins Frieda and nicholas. While Plath was writing poems, Hughes was her executive editor to her poems. Her first collection of poems “ Colossus” was published in 1960 in England. After two big years of writing poems, Hughes left Plath for Assia Wevill. That Winter in deep depression Plath wrote most of her poems that compose her most famous book “Ariel,” even though she did not publish it while she was alive. During this…

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    which uses electrodes to cause a minimal seizure and ultimately reduce symptoms of all different kinds of mental problems and disorders (Electroconvulsive)). This was what inspired her single novel published, titled The Bell Jar. After being hospitalized, she decided to return back to Smith College, then found out she could study at Cambridge University in England on scholarship. She took the chance and moved across the Atlantic Ocean. While at Cambridge, she fell in love with fellow poet Ted…

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    On February 25th, 1956, “Plath met Hughes at a literary party in his honor” (Middlebrook). “Hughes caught her eye, and though they had both come to the party with someone else, he made his way over to Sylvia and looked hard into her eyes”. Sylvia was attracted to Ted’s sense of bohemian style and his deep voice (Kirk). They began exchanging letters occupied with poems and writings expressing their feelings towards each other. After four months of this, they decided to marry on June 16th, 1956.…

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