Life & Death

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Created by james.newty almost 5 years ago


Link to Plath and Blake, Life and Death

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Life & Death
1 William Blake's London
1.1 'Runs in blood down Palace walls'
1.1.1 Palace connotes the royalty and the hierarchy.
1.1.2 Blood connotes the death of the children living in London Link to Plath and the 'ruddy balls', linking to her own bloodline
2 Sylvia Plath's November
2.1 'Letter in November'
2.1.1 Connotations of death, start of Winter. November implies misery. The lexical choice of 'Letter' makes it personal to her.
3 Use of the personal pronoun 'I', constantly relating to herself
3.1 Her baby, her children
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