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lexi503

  • 2 years ago

Compare the poems by Szymborska and Milosz read over the course of this unit. All are important twentieth century writers addressing a similar theme: death. Which poets address it in terms of the times they live in (and its threat of fascism) and which address it in a more personal way? Characterize each poet’s treatment of this theme, citing evidence from the poems.

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  1. hba
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    Do i have to do your homework ?

  2. lexi503
    • 2 years ago
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    lol u dont have to:)

  3. hba
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    Then show me your work :D

  4. lexi503
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    i dont have any work yet..:/

  5. hba
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    You just might want to actually crack a book and ****read**** those poems.

  6. lexi503
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    i might have to huh?

  7. hba
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    lol :D

  8. hba
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    The poems are "A Contribution to Statistics" by Szymbroska and "And Yet the Books" by Milosz.

  9. lexi503
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    thanks:)

  10. hba
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    you are not welcome :D

  11. hba
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    jk lol :D

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