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"Flower Feet" - An Analysis
Analysis of Ruth Fainlight's poem, "Flower Feet."
# 131475 | 1,000 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Women Studies (Women and Society) , Literature (Poetry)


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The following paper will briefly analyze and assess Ruth Fainlight's memorable poem, "Flower Feet".The paper further considers the physical shape of the poem, the curious decision by Fainlight to abandon many commonplace poetic devices and the powerful relevance of the poem even to today's world. Ultimately, the writer arrives at the conclusion that the poem speaks to how patriarchal and conventional notions of beauty have often crippled women and continue to do so.

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" The following paper will briefly analyze and assess Ruth Fainlight's memorable poem, "Flower Feet". In so doing, the paper will look at the physical shape of the poem, the curious decision by Fainlight to abandon many commonplace poetic devices (while still judiciously using others) and the powerful relevance of the poem even to today's world. Ultimately, the writer arrives at the conclusion that the poem speaks to how patriarchal and conventional notions of beauty have often crippled women - be it emotionally, mentally or physically - and how many women, still, are prepared to endure this in order to fulfill and unrealistic and ..."

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