"Briar Rose", by Anne Sexton - Analysis
Anne Sexton completely altered the fairy tale, Briar Rose. The original tale was a straight forward story that can lead the reader to come up with a moral. It was one that also had a happy ending.
When Anne Sexton tells us her version of Briar Rose, she immediately begins by giving the reader a view of what Briar Rose's sleep is like. She tells us of how Briar Rose feels, and gives the reader some what of an introduction to the ways of Briar Rose. After this psychedelic section of a girl, Briar Rose, who keeps "slipping off into a hypnotist's trance" (lines 4-6), Sexton begins telling the…
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