Mirror

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Mirror

  1. 1. By Sylvia Plath
  2. 2.  Stanza Lines Type of form Rhyme
  3. 3.  Stanza - two Lines - nine Type of form- free Rhyme- no rhyme
  4. 4.  To explain what about truth? To show the passing of _____ Portrays the human desire for the ________ of others in the quest for _________ It explains the coldness of truth Shows the passing of time through old age Portrays the human desire for the approval of others in the quest for indentity
  5. 5.  What person is used? Who is the speaker? What is significant about title and the speaker?
  6. 6.  By allowing the mirror to be the speaker, it acts in the way of a riddle. The title is the answer to the riddle, but the reader continues to look in the poem for the accuracy of the mirror’s description. As the mirror talks about itself, it acts as its own mirror.
  7. 7.  What are the human attributes given to the mirror? What are the human actions? By having these human characteristics, how does that make the reader feel towards the mirror? What is the irony of the mirror calling itself “the eye of a little god”?
  8. 8.  What are the human attributes given to the mirror?  Truthful, no preconceptions, not cruel, not bias What are the human actions?  Swallows, meditates, looks, By having these human characteristics, how does that make the reader feel towards the mirror? It makes it seem relatable as we often find ourselves judging What is the irony of the mirror calling itself “the eye of a little god”? We see the fault of this supercilious being

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