Comparison Essay written to compare the two poems "Persimmons" and "I Go Back to 1937".
IRONY AND SYMBOLISM
The collision of two worlds and cultures coming together creates turmoil and confusion for many. With an autobiographical nature, that is the feeling a reader gets when encountering the poems "Persimmons" by Li-Young Lee and "I Go Back to May 1937" by Sharon Olds. "Persimmons" is a story of two cultures coming together in the life of one person. Lee came from a Chinese heritage and grew up in Indonesia and later the United States (Li-Young Lee—Academy of American Poets). Initially, Li-Young Lee was unfamiliar with the English language. The English language i…
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