Hunter Brown Period 7 11/12/19 Body Building: “To His Coy Mistress” Throughout Marvell’s poem, he uses suggestive diction to fabricate a pressing and sarcastic tone. However, amongst the three stanzas, the second stanza of the poem plays the leading role in divulging these types of tones. His suggestive diction in the second stanza preeminently serves to inveigle her by explaining how she might just be a virgin for all of eternity if she doesn’t seduce him. Marvell apprises his coy mistress by using language as such as “Time’s winged chariot hurrying near; And yonder all before us lie Deserts of vast eternity.” This quote from the second stanza works to stress the urgency in the narrator’s intentions, thus
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