Compare two poems from the Norton Anthology Sylvia Plath "Lady Lazarus" and "Daddy"
Imagery is the essence of all forms of poetry. It is what brings a poem to life it is the key to releasing all the emotions in us. Imagery develops a deeper meaning to the poem and its major themes. Plath uses a lot of images in her poem which reflect her feelings and help the reader to relate to her. The recurrences of related images are the central elements in Sylvia Plath's poetry. The poems of "Daddy" and "Lady Lazarus" both use imagery of historical people and events that took place to explain tense and painful emotions. The imagery she employs throughout both poems is intensely perso…
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