Essay 3 british literature

Essay 3 british literature - Brandell Reed April 4, 2011...

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Brandell Reed April 4, 2011 British Literature Essay #3, Topic 1 Response to Marvell, “To Coy His Mistress” Dear Andrew, After reading “To His Coy Mistress”, I have found the poem very disrespectful. How could you rush becoming intimate with me? It seems as if you may not know, but I am not a hussy! I’m a woman who deserves to be treated with respect. How dare you try and bribe me with explorations and gifts. You explained, “To walk, and pass over long love’s day. Thou by the Indian Ganges’ side shouldst rubies find: I by the tide” (4-6). I want you to understand I do not need any trips around the world, rubies, and time with you. As you can tell from this letter, I am upset with you. I found out you are not the same gentleman I encountered a week ago. Honestly at one point, I wanted to become more acquainted with you. I never noticed how spiritual you seemed to be. Your words from the poem were, “I would love you ten years before the flood: and you should if you please refuse till the conversion of the Jews” (8-10). From the Bible, the
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course GEOL 1001 taught by Professor Baksi during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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