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How does Plath get her message about her father across to the reader?
The strength of this poem comes from Sylvia Plath's ingenious use of forceful vocabulary and powerful imagery. The theme of the poem is her obsession with her dominant but dead father.
Instantly, Sylvia introduces the idea that her father was a dominant figure in her life,
"You do not do, you do not do Anymore," this gives the impression that during her childhood she was under her fathers influence. We get a picture of just how influential her father is when she starts imagining her father being an enormous statue, "And a head in the freakish Atlantic," from this we can gather that the st…
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