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“I never was hard or self-sufficient enough. When people are soft - soft people have got to shimmer and glow - they've got to put on soft colors, the colors of butterfly wings, and put a - paper lantern over the elite... It isn't enough to be soft. You've got to be soft and attractive. And I - I'm fading now! I don't know how much longer I can turn the trick”
• “A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams • Blanch begins to face her feeling of despair and loss – a characteristic of modernism • She explains how she has to be attractive – southern belle lady during southern renaissance
Used by Dickinson. a variant of common meter. Each stanza is made up of 2 7-beat lines that rhyme. Each 7-beat line is divided into one 4-beat line and one 3-beat line. Hymns and nursery rhymes follow this pattern.
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