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"Aunt Jennifer's Tigers" is told in the third person by an unnamed speaker who is a younger relative of Aunt Jennifer.
"Aunt Jennifer's Tigers" is written in the present tense for the first two stanzas. The third stanza is in the future tense.
Embroidered tigers are the central image of "Aunt Jennifer's Tigers." The wild animals are free whereas Aunt Jennifer herself is not.
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