"Daddy" by Sylvia Plath.
The poem "Daddy" by Sylvia Plath has to do with change. How the main character seems angry at her father who passed away when she was 10, also how she tried to replace him, in essence recreate her "Daddy". The author uses very strong imagery and commanding allusions to portray these two men and the emotions she feels towards them.
At first glance, the poem seems very angry. In the first stanza the main character compares herself to a foot and her father too a black shoe. This is a powerful image that leads one to believe that her father was very commanding, a symbol of authority in hereye…
- "Daddy" by Sylvia Plath.
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