Valentine

Jess Button
Mind Map by Jess Button, updated more than 1 year ago
Jess Button
Created by Jess Button about 7 years ago
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A2 Level English Literature Mind Map on Valentine, created by Jess Button on 05/19/2013.

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Valentine
1 Not a red rose or satin heart.
1.1 Contrast to the title
1.1.1 Juxtaposed
1.2 Red
1.2.1 Passion
1.3 Dissaproving statement
1.4 Negative
1.5 Satin
1.5.1 Dresses
1.5.2 Lingere
2 I give you an onion.
2.1 First reference to a metaphor for love
2.1.1 Extended throughout the poem
2.2 Humerous in comparison to red roses and satin hearts
2.3 Red onion
2.3.1 Passion
2.3.2 Love
2.3.3 Layers
3 It is a moon wrapped in brown paper.
3.1 Moon
3.1.1 Cycles
3.1.1.1 Menustration
3.1.2 Tides
3.1.3 Associated with love songs and sexuality
3.1.4 Said to influence women's moods and emotions
3.1.5 Moon making her emotional/crazy
3.2 Brown paper
3.2.1 Gifts
4 It promises light
4.1 Moonlight
4.1.1 Full Moon
4.1.1.1 Romantic
5 Like the careful undressing of love.
5.1 Careful
5.1.1 Tender
5.2 undressing
5.2.1 Passion
5.2.2 Romance
5.2.3 Physical
5.2.4 Emotional
6 Here.
6.1 Demand
6.2 Order
6.3 Blunt
6.4 Stopped short
7 It will blind you with tears
7.1 Tears
7.1.1 Crying
7.1.1.1 Onions make you cry
7.1.1.2 Love makes you cry
7.2 Blind
7.2.1 Tears from peeling onion
7.2.2 Love being blind
8 like a lover.
9 It will make your reflection
9.1 Are you recognisable to yourself before love?
9.2 Becoming someone else
9.3 Changing
9.4 He won't be able to look at his reflection without feeling grief
9.5 Wobbling
9.5.1 Love distorts reality
10 a wobbling photo of grief.
11 I am trying to be truthful.
11.1 Single stopped line reinforces statement
11.2 Harsh T sound
11.2.1 Cutting
11.2.1.1 Knife
11.3 Angry
12 Not a cute card or kissogram.
12.1 Manmade items
12.1.1 Juxtaposes with line before
12.1.1.1 Makes this line sound untruthful
13 I give you an onion.
13.1 Repetition
13.1.1 Reminder of gift
14 It's fierce kiss will stay on your lips
14.1 Memory
14.2 Mark
14.2.1 Brand
14.3 Extended metaphor
14.4 Sibilance
14.4.1 Kissing sound
14.4.2 Onomatopoeic effect
15 possessive and faithful
15.1 Possessive
15.1.1 Negative
15.1.2 Clingy
15.1.3 Can't trust
15.2 Faithful
15.2.1 Positive
15.2.2 Don't cheat
15.2.3 Trust
15.3 Taste lingers like love
16 as we are,
16.1 Suggests that love is temporary but the overwhelming scent of the onion lasts longer. Maybe it suggests that lovers should only stay together as long as they are passionate. Reinforced by stopped line.
17 for as long as we are.
18 Take it.
18.1 Reinforced
18.2 Blunt
18.3 Command
19 It's platinum loops shrink to a wedding-ring,
19.1 Platinum
19.1.1 Strong
19.1.2 Doesn't break
19.1.3 Expensive
19.2 Onions have layers that look like rings
19.3 Internal sense of rhyme links sense of concentric rings
19.4 Hint to marry?
19.5 Rings
19.5.1 Entrapment
19.5.2 Cycles
19.5.2.1 Moon
20 if you like.
20.1 Reinforces negativity
20.1.1 Onus placed on the listener
20.2 Blunt
21 Lethal.
21.1 Blunt
21.2 Powerful
21.3 Love can be lethal
22 It's scent will cling to your fingers,
22.1 Guilty
22.2 Cross rhyme connects repetition
22.3 Ambiguous ending
22.4 Implies threat
23 cling to your knife.
23.1 Love doesn't last
23.2 Responsibility
23.3 Knife
23.3.1 Weapon for a jelous lover
24 Carol Ann Duffy
24.1 Poet Loriet
24.1.1 Represents poets in Britain
24.2 Lesbian
24.3 Feminist
24.4 Written a collection of poems for different viewpoints of women in history
25 Title
25.1 Romantic
25.2 Cute
25.3 Soppy
25.4 Sweet
25.5 Love
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