It is not out of cruelty but truthfulness that I reflect exactly what I see without any intention of hurting anybody. Take movie stars for example, the hours and hours that go into hair, make up, or outfit choice.
There are no blurry lines; love or judgement has nothing to do with it.
The central idea of the poem lies not so much in the words of the poem as in what they represent. Noting this, we can suggest with confidence that there is no closure, certainty or order in the stylistic choices the author has made, features that are perhaps reflective of her emotional state.
She is not able to reconcile to her lack-lustre looks. Now I am a lake. Each morning it is her face that replaces the darkness. I know I did.
Spare me from cooking three meals a day—spare me from the relentless cage of routine and rote. It neither has any likes or dislikes.
She is still old and now she is wet too. Whatever I see I swallow immediately Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike. On February 11,Sylvia Plath killed herselfwith cooking gas at the age of The Bell Jar was published in Although it is a free verse, there is a solid structure to the poem.
Replacing the girl on a daily basis is the face of an old woman, surfacing "like a terrible fish. The word rise means to gradually get higher and higher, or to come closer and closer.
September 11th Reflection When I read the poem "Mirror" the only thing I got out of it was the role the mirror plays when one seeks or denies the truth about themselves.
When the poem states that "turns to those liars, the candles or the moon" she refers to the fact that they are untruthful because they do not reflect the truth only the mirror is the only object that reflects the real truth because it has no preconceptions. I am important to her.
The mirror compares the image of the aging woman to a "terrible fish. For many, to be beautiful is to be young. The like represents the life of the person who is looking back on their past. The mirror is beautiful because it is simple and direct. She is not satisfied with what she observes.
I guess she is a fish out of water so to speak because she is not prepared to be old yet. Sylvia enjoyed writing deeply personal and private thoughts.Go to: Distributed a review of the film breaker morant Proofreaders Recordings of The Mercury Theatre on the Air.
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Sylvia Plath's 'Mirror' is an interesting poem told from the point of view of the mirror. The mirror watches a woman's youth pass her by, and it. Body Image. Poem by Andrea Dietrich.
Body Image: Sometimes studying the mirror I'm overcome with chagrin Feeling disappointed by this shell I'm dwelling in. With. Told from a mirror’s point of view, the mirror in the poem witnesses the truth of what it means to age.
Sylvia Plath’s poem, Mirror, is a poem that deals with the truths and lies in the struggle a woman goes through when grasping the reality of aging.
The poem can be regarded as a retrospective investigation of the self through the “unmisted” eyes of a mirror. Source:Freedman, William.
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