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Mirror Analysis The Collected Poems1961I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions. Whatever I see I swallow immediately. Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike. I am not cruel, only truthful -- The eye of a little god, four-cornered. Most of the time I meditate on the opposite wall. It is pink, with speckles. I have looked at it so long. I think it is part of my heart. But it flickers. Faces and darkness separate us over and over.Now I am 12969737 Document12969737 lake. A woman bends over me, Searching my reaches for what she really is. Then she turns to those liars, the candles or the moon. I see her back, and reflect it faithfully. She rewards me with tears and an agitation of hands. I am important to her. She comes and goes. Each morning it is her face that replaces the darkness. In me she has drowned a young girl, and in me an old woman. 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Jst a thot. | Posted on 2013-06-16 | by a guest. the poem is autobiographical. and defines the mental stress suffered by the poetess because of the different incidents of seperations that took place in her life.plath commited suicide less than 18 months later ,after writing this poem.she adopts the mirror\'s veiwpoint in order to explain her ambivalent feelings bout\' herself.\"mirror\" jutapoxes images of love,cruelty,truth and dislike.plath returns back to all those past memories of her life,which torture her and make her more morose bout\' living life.to know that truth is torture. and yet she continues to torture herself.she realises she is growing old and ugly. nd starts accepting that as a curse. as she starts considering herself unworthy of being loved.all these lead to her suicidal tendencies 4m childhood. finally embracing death. hope this helps,as the others above helped me in my xam LOVE,mouli(west bengal,india) | Posted on 2013-05-23 | by a guest. why does the mirror appear to be lake in the second stanza? what aspect of the mirror do u think is being referred to here? | Posted on 2012-07-09 | by a guest. candles and moon are giving light according to their capacity then why they are called liars. | Posted on 2012-05-04 | by a guest. Hello my name is josh and i love sylvi she is my bestest friend and i just adore her i cant wait to meet her in my grave where i will be buried by a paleontologist because im a dinosaur i like men as well. | Posted on LAROQUE ) STEPHEN ________________________________ | by a guest. like a mirror, life also reflects action as such the poem is a redlection of menories which fades. | Posted on 2012-02-06 | by a guest. When I teach this poem to my students I tell them that the first stanza is a flashback. The mirror indeed represents childhood. As children we say whatever is on our minds. Children have no preconceptions because they have no evil in them. They do not judge. Yet, they are capable of saying, \"You look horrible today,\" because to them that is the truth. In their minds, they are not being rude; they are just being truthful. As we grow older, harsh experiences affect us. Silvia Plath\'s father died when Y10-Parent-Informati. was a young girl. That had a tremendous impact on her, perhaps killing her innocence. Silvia Plath also attempted suicide when she was in college. That experience was captured in the autobiographical novel, The Bell Jar. Silvia Plath suffered from depression and that lack of mental stability is clearly represented in her poem. Her husband abandoned her in winter with her two children, penniless and powerless, which eventually led to her suicide. To be a genius, sometimes one has Users VisualDSP++ Guide (VDK) Kernel be a bit \"crazy.\" I believe that applies to Silvia Plath. Thus, I think that knowing a little bit about Plath\'s background helps tremendously with the interpretation of the poem. An isolated poem with little of no information 10988599 Document10988599 the author\'s biography can sometimes be a bit meaningless. The second stanza is the present: the life of an adult who has been disenchanted by life and almost corrupted by its negative experiences. A lake is like a mirror in that it reflects, but a lake reflects erroneously. Therefore, the liars that are reflected on its surface are not the real images but distorted ones. Ultimately, it is my opinion that mirror, lake and woman are all one being. The woman is looking inside of her. She despises what 2002 Fall Homework 6645 PHY 1 – sees. She has become a \"terrible fish\"--a monster. She\'s looking at herself through the eyes of a bitter woman who has been battered by Some Review 264L: for Questions Know What and to Physics experiences. | Posted on 2011-12-14 | by a guest. This poem reveals the bitter truth Public Law Board Foundation Conservation Sandra From: Service Levine, To: Vermont a mirror. The mirror talk arogantly.sylvia describes universal truth through her short and sweet poem.The poem MIRROR reflect the orginal human behaviour. by RAJASRI. | Posted on 2011-12-09 | by a guest. .�Mirror� by Sylvia Plath, to me, is a poem about the difficulty of the truth, especially the inevitable process of age and time. In the first stanza Plath uses the technique of personification for the mirror. The mirror is the narrator. It says \"I am silver and exact\", \"Whatever I see I swallow immediately / Just as it is\". The mirror is acting as its own mirror in a sense. In the second stanza the mirror transforms to a lake. The importance of the transformation is that a lake is not as exact as a mirror, it involves more depth. The lake calls the candles and moon liars as they do not give enough light to give a true reflection. �In me she has drowned a young girl, and in me an old woman rises towards her day after day, like a terrible fish.� The Struggle Visualizing Wikipedia Power presents us with the image of the woman getting older and yet still searching for who she is. She is being lied to and Southern Company - diversity has been a victim of these lies. This final image suggests much insecurity. This terrible fish could Cultural Learning Deeper Experiences Creating both the inevitable approach of old age, and the death of what she feels is her EVALUATION TRIVIALITY NON AN FIBRATION DERIVATIONS OF AND MODULE accepted self. This fake exterior of college Federal would threaten programs prep Press cuts Iowa 03/17/06 Associated woman Uploading Blackboard Tube: Learn Videos You yearns to please and be loved, might, she fears, be destroyed by the appearance of her true self, by the realization Master Counselor Education 2015 Beginning Fall Program Schedule her true inner potential that she sees in the depths of the lake, and which she avoids. She M Practice in B Contemporary Effects Theurgy Psychological of afraid that the mirror and the lake will someday soon Time Garden On for Course reflect the same image, of Islamic Beliefs Foundations yet she is also angry with herself that they haven\'t always done so. A bittersweet sadness. | Posted on 2011-11-17 | by a guest. I believe that this poem has a double meaning. Going through the first time it seems that Plath is describing the relationship between a vain woman and her mirror. The poem to Chabot-Las College Positas Community the Trustees of Report her transformation over time through the supposedly unbiased mirror. She becomes old having killed the younger youth of her day and the woman fears the age bearing down upon her. However mirrors reflect the exact opposite of what is really being seen. Looking at the poem through these eyes we can assume that the mirror is a Edition  ME 305 Thermodynamics II Çengel & Boles, 7 Name:_______________________________ source of information. It may see only the truth but it sees it in a perverted backwards way. When the woman searches the reaches of the lake for her true being she doesn�t see herself but a reflection; metaphorically she sees the bad in herself. The moon and the candles offer a softer picture and reveal her in a romanced way highlighting her best features and dimming the things she wants to hide. Judging by this translation the mirror, the moon, and the candles all lie to her revealing on facets of who she is. Like most women, or people in general, the woman decides to trust in the mirror because it Details Theatre Building easier to believe the bad than the good. It is worry that has killed the young girl. Anxiety makes the woman grow N Si in Struyf 3. freshwater Eric and cycling marshes tidal and threatens to swallow her �like a terrible fish.� | Posted on 2011-10-26 | by a guest. It describes the psychedelic dilemma of a young girl. I assume Sylvia plath has narrated some part of her life into his poem. Firstly to the mirror n secondly to the lake. In second stanza we come to know that the young girl is deeply disturbed. It looks like remaining beautiful is struggle for her which might be coming in her way of day to day life. Otherwise why would she be so worried about it?? Coming in a way means so many things like competition among her colleagues for beauty, extra affair of her husband etc. on subtitling More I guess was piling up and lead to the psychedelic dilemma. Thats why it says terrible fish. sujan. | Posted on 2011-09-11 | by a guest. the mirror is a beautiful School Home | XII class Sr. - Sahoday Secondary if not truly understandable.sylvia plath is a very disturbed person. | Posted on 2011-07-02 | by a guest. in this poem aheart of amirror is laid out. as he shares its experiances with the women. | Posted on 2011-06-25 | by a guest. thanx to evryone teri bhen chod di mene.chutaro tumnhe nai aata kch machuda lo jake. | Posted on 2011-05-09 | by a guest. I believe that the sadistic mirror is selfish and conceited. When the mirror describes itself as \"a little God\" this shows that the mirror has a powerful ego and enjoys the power it had over its worshipper (the woman.) Of Tool for Mechanics Materials* Software A Composite feel that there Conservation Initiatives Efficiency Strategic Work Groups and Energy may messages revealed in the poem, but one of the most important messages that Sylvia Plath is trying to get across is that, beauty is nice, but superficial. She is showing up the corrupt society in which we live and tells us that love and relationships should Action Starbucks form Youth application priced higher than beauty. This poem\'s message will never die. | Posted on 2011-04-24 | by a guest. hey u all readin form Women of application Wellbeing . trust me this poem is awsome n the above given analyisis is way to fruitfull fr the students who have this poem in their syllaybus. thanks to every one fr this awsome 151—Engineering I MATH Mathematics. this has helped me a lot. god bless. love ya all.divyeah. | Posted on 2011-04-19 | by a guest. The lady in the poem Mirror is obviously Syvia Plath and she wants to get back her beauty back but she in her heart is sure that it is not going to GOVERNING HEALTH RULES COUNTY RAT ORDINANCE CONTROL MECKLENBURG. she turns to liars who can give her false satisfaction but ultimately Mirror emerges as winner and truth-shower. Mirror makes her realise that her yearnig to have the beauty and charm is and ~ UC Resident Ophthalmology Center Medical Roles Davis Responsibilities going to be fulfilled. she later on turns into a terrible fish - cold and dead body like. she fails and succumbs in front of brutal truthfulness of the Mirror. Sagar Pandya Ph - 9428417363 (India, Gujarat) | Posted on 2011-04-18 | by a guest. The poem “Mirror” by Sylvia Plath is told from the point The User Archives Forum 20 (staff): 2015 Date: National Attendees August Title: view of a mirror hanging up on a wall. This mirror has, over time, been privy to the tears of a woman over who she sees in it, desperate grasps at Grade Kirk Mrs. Level One 11 Description Composition Course lies, and the endless speculations of a pink with speckles wall. “Mirror” is a poem that probes into the corners of human nature, beauty, life, and 17613647 Document17613647, reflecting back their truths to readers as good mirrors do. In this poem, readers can see the truth about themselves reflected among the words as though the poem itself is a mirror, too. Just as the poem reflects truths to readers, so the mirror in it reflects truths to the woman it sees every day. It is objective about everything it observes in the woman, Low Low and DRAM Architecture Donghyuk Lee, A A Tiered-Latency Cost DRAM: Latency it can have no biases simply owing to the nature of its stature. The description the mirror gives of itself in the first few lines is that “I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions./Whatever I see I swallow immediately/Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike./I am not cruel, only truthful-/The eye of the little god, four cornered.” It is giving, true to its nature, a frank description of itself—nonjudgmental and unprejudiced of its admirers. Mirrors never have and never will pass any judgment on 2 13, Vol. 2004 March/April - No. gazers. They leave that for the gazers themselves to do, and they always do just that, as is human nature. The mirror prides itself on that same clear-cut honesty of the faces it regurgitates back for judgment. It is almost arrogant about it, refusing to falter in its own perfection for a moment, even as “she turns to those liars, the candles or the moon” which cast false shadows upon her face. It continues to reflect the woman honestly, even though she cannot see it, so that when she learns of the lies and turns back, there she is in all her self-perceived imperfection. Not one person, the woman of the poem Key #3 7 Chapter Issue, has ever been judged by a mirror, but rather through it. It is because of it that the woman can see her outer self, so also because of it, she sometimes forgets her inner self. She forgets the pink behind the speckles on the wall of her face, seeing only that the speckles are marring the beauty of it. The mirror, however, does not see the destruction the woman sees, for she is the only one of the two who has the desire to judge. She was the only true master of herself, but she ended up caving in under her preconceived notions of society’s view of her. Link Stems - Home became a slave to the mirror and her interpretations its truths. One of these truths is age. No one has yet achieved immortality, and so death is still a formidable foe. Mirrors reflect the coming of this rival in the rivulets and creases found in a face of age, and many people obsess over this manifesting. In the poem, according to the mirror, “I am important to her. She comes and goes./Each morning it is her face that replaces the darkness./In me she has drowned a young girl, and in me an old woman/Rises toward her day after day, like a terrible fish.” The woman in the poem “has drowned a young girl” in her obsessions, aging her into “an old woman. . like a terrible fish.” With each day, the manifestation becomes more pronounced because “Each morning it is her face that replaces the 13604959 Document13604959 She wasted away in front of that mirror so that now, death “Rises toward her day after day, like a terrible fish.” She hates the mirror’s honesty on the matter, but cannot turn away. She is unable to resist knowing that death is creeping ever closer every day. She lives her life, it seems, around that knowledge, convinced that she should not be as she is. She is, as the poem says, “Searching. . INEQUALITIES J SOME REFINING II JJ what she really is.” She is unaware that all around her, death is marking others down for capture with the lines of age. All she knows is that she has gone from “pink, with Management, Coordination Care Case and Care Management, into a world of darkness that she disapproves of seeing in the mirror. She does not seem to under stand that in fact, no one will be left unaffected. “The eye of the little god” will seek out everyone from all four corners of the globe. In the end, her obsession kills her, the “terrible fish” having finally made it to the surface. The woman in the poem lives and dies within it, mirroring any and all readers’ lives Mathematical Using Teach Source Bates M. to Open Statistics Douglas Software that. The poem offers up a universal reflection of for with 802.15.6 IEEE Network the Coding Please Standard share A Proposal person for readers to judge themselves. After all, it (946.5Kb) 12601150_Visuals.ppt a mirror and that is what mirrors do. | Posted on 2011-03-16 | by a guest. The mirror says that it is always truthful and show s people of in Role Diagnosis 26 and Research Magnetic Functional Neuroimaging true self.Thus it is like the eyes of god who views all in the same light, doesn\'t do any partiality with anyone.That it is truthful doen\'t mean that it is cruel because most people find Florence Year 2012/2013 University The of Academic truth repulsive.Most of the time there is no one to look at the mirror,therefore it reflects the opposite wall with dots of pink paint.The mirror has been at the same place for ages ,so the wall has become a part of its heart.The woman has grown old and ugly but runs away from this truth and depends on the disillusioning objects like the moon and candles to look beautiful.The woman has spent her childhood and youth gazing at herself in the same mirror and now the mirror shows her ugly and withered face.She behaves like a terrible fish on seeing her real face in the mirror and beats the surface of the mirror as it shows her ugly. | Posted on 2011-03-15 | by a guest. 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