In the poem "Daddy," Sylvia Plath attempts to flee from the memory of her brutal father, who died when she was ten years of age. She employs short stanzas that contain powerful imagery to convey to the reader the oppression she received from her father. At the conclusion of the poem, Plath realizes that her husband is actually a reincarnate of her dead father. Through the use of powerful imagery and dominant allusions, Plath successfully conveys the image of her brutal father to the reader.
Plath utilizes strong imagery to create a brutal image of her father. She introduces the…
- "Daddy" By Sylvia Plath.
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