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    In the commercial the woman talks about struggling to get her business started. She then used GoDaddy.com to help set up a website to gain customers. This situation appeals to those starting new companies an also those who are interested in starting a business. It shows that it 's not just them that struggle, other people struggle to start up as well. Everyone can use help and GoDaddy is the place to go in that time of need. The commercial gives viewers a sense of reassurance knowing that there is a company there to help start up business, because they know as a start up business that it is not easy to start fresh and make great things. Things may get tough but you need to stick it out and things will get better with time and…

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    Which is completely understandable considering that the word hate is used about 25 times. It is also used in nearly every line with a very deep and intense use of poetic devices. As mentioned before, when you read the poem again and start to analyze it; we can tell that this guy is a significant other and not an enemy because people do not go for drives with their enemies, they do not live with their enemies, nor do they “nuzzle” their heads under their enemy’s arm when they are sleepy. The…

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    In her poem “Daddy,” Sylvia Plath illustrates the struggle between a victimized daughter and a towering, menacing father. Written at the end of her life, this work of art shines out among Plath’s other poems while still relating to her previous works. Throughout her life, Plath experienced many life changing events, taking what she learned from them and amplifying the knowledge by writing it down into a beautiful piece of art. The resulting poems and novels reflects the deep wounds embedded…

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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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    The poem “Daddy,” by Sylvia Plath is a descriptive poem of Plath’s feelings towards her dead father. The grief stuck by her father passing, heavily impacting her way of life. Plath had a hard time growing up because she felt alone without her father and she felt incomplete because she never got a chance to know her father or what he was like. Plath claims she is “through,” but evidence shows that she did not come to terms with her father because her suffering, aggression, and disrespect towards…

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    she lives in. One can observe and compare this to the children’s nursery rhyme, “There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe”. Another example of her childhood within stanza one is in line five when she says, “Achoo”. Most adults would say sneeze, but to a child, it is acceptable to use sounds for actions. As the poem continues, Mrs. Plath grows older and matures. In Line ___ it says, “Every woman adores a Fascist”. One can assume this is her as she develops an attraction to a “bad boy”. With…

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    Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy” Sylvia Plath faced many obstacles in her life, including the death of her mother, father troubles, an identity crisis and a failed marriage. Throughout Sylvia Plath’s work, she revealed this troublesome life, as well as her true emotions. Plath wrote “Daddy” before her final suicide attempt and really expressed her state of mind about people in her life during this time. Sylvia Plath’s life experiences and relationships combined with historical references impacted her…

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    On the other hand, the diction of the poem is simple but highly emotive which was evident throughout the poem. For example, “I wish you were rich so I could take all and give to the lady what she was due” (lines 10-11). The use of the word ‘wish’ reveals a deep wanting and also grief that what is desired is unattainable. Another example can be seen in; “you are the pocket that was going to open and come up empty any friday” (lines 17-18). In these lines, one can see the expression of deep…

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    struggles with who she is and how she wants to live her life. Esther faces many problems, especially inside her head that leads her to depression and difficulties throughout the novel. Sylvia Plath has lived a complicated life that is much similar to Esther Greenwood's character. Her life is described in The Bell Jar through events, characters, and her written poems that conclude Sylvia Plath and Esther Greenwood are very much the same people. Throughout Sylvia Plath’s life, she suffered from…

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    The poem “Daddy” by Sylvia Plath, is based on what the author really experienced with her father. The author does not have a good memory about her father and hate her father severely. To express her feeling about her father, the author uses different kinds of sound devices, and metaphors and similes. Through these elements, this poem contains different themes. In this poem, the author uses several examples of metaphors and similes to express her father and herself. The author said, “which I…

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