For Me From You - For Me From You and My Parents kept Me...

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“For Me From You” and “My Parents kept Me from Children who were Rough” both portray characters who are in their own way victims of others/ another. Explain fully who you sympathies with the most, referring closely to each post skills with language The two poems “ For Me From You ” and “ My Parents kept Me from Children who were Rough ” both portray characters who are in their own way victims of the others or another. In this essay, I am going to explain which character I sympathize the most. The poem “ For Me From You ” is a poem about arranged marriage whilst “ My Parents kept Me from Children who were Rough ” is a poem about the childhood of the writer. Both of the poems use many different language skills to express and emphasize the situation and feelings of the characters. The poem “ For Me From You ” is written by a woman who is going to have an arranged marriage. In the poem, she expresses her feelings and attitude towards the marriage. Just by looking at the name of the poem, we would find it a bit different and awkward. This may represents the different relationship between her husband and her. Throughout the poem, there are many uses of repetitions – For days and days your words have poured and poured ”. The repetitions suggest the idea of how everything in her life will be repeating
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course ENGLISH 112 taught by Professor Loughlin during the Spring '08 term at The University of British Columbia.

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