Song: Love, a child is ever crying

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Why/Why not?

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  3. Fefi, rochi S and Juana says:

    We partly agree with the information this presentation showed about the poem “song”.

    On the one hand, we agreed with the byography and the intruduction of the poem. However, we think the poem tackles about how cheaters and liers te men are. We also, would like to add that the tone is ironic because her feelings towards the poem are sarcastic though it is also melancolic as well. We agreed with the first stanza and we think it is very similar to what we think. Moreover, in the second stanza, he compleated our ideas by saying that men are not trustworthy. It also stated that in the 17 century, it was very common for a man to flatter and impress many women and that they (women) didn’t have a say. Furthermore, the author of the presentation stated that men win when women fail, just as we think.
    To colcude, he had many thing in common

  4. Lucas and Santi says:

    We think that the contrasting words were missing. For example, “Triumph” and “Failing”, it means that men win when women suffer, and women fail because of men, so it is like a circle. Other contrasting words are “Feathers” and “Wolves” . Feathers refers to women because they are soft, tender, they are weak and fragile, and wolves refer to men because they are harsh and fierce, so they are predators.
    Also, it does not have literary devices. Some of them are: personification, because love is personified in a child and the poem is extended metaphor, because the metaphor is the child personified in love. Also, Stanza 2 is fully alliterative and it emphasis on how untrustworthy men are.

  5. Maroggero says:

    Margui and I agree with the analysis of the poem ‘Song’. We don’t only believe that the presentation is complete and well organized but we also believe that it is very clear and relevant although there are few language information mistakes.

    In stanza 4, there is a mistake were author says that the great unbalance is that men give more than they receive, but it is the complete opposite. Woman hans over all her love to the man, but he acts as an immature and doesn’t thanks it. Men always want more and more.
    Also, there are two literally devices missing which are: the personification of love and that stanza two is fully alliterative.
    However, we deeply believe the Prezi is great because it explains the poem in a detail way with quotations to prove his ideas.
    Not only that, but also the role of women at time time is explain and it gives the reader an introduction to way Lady Mary Wroth wrote this poem.

  6. Silvestre and Vignesh says:

    The analysis is good if you don’t understand the poem, also, tge analysis was good and it is similar to ours. But thry don’t explain the metaphors.

  7. Martu, Lola and Ine says:

    We agree on almost all the aspects of the poem, however, we don’t agree with some things. Firstly, in the presentación the man is compared to the feathers, but we believe the man is compared with wolves and the woman is compared to the feathers. In addition, the análisis claims that the man gives more than he tales, when it is actually the other way around. Lastly, when the poem says “As a child then, leave him crying”, the presentation says that the woman can’t leave the man, but we think that she is saying that she has abandones all hope for love.

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