In the poem "Seduction" by Eileen McAuley does the poet wish us to feel sympathy for the girl represented in the in the poem?
The first part of the poem "Seduction" is a story about a young girl who is seduced by a boy after the party, and consequently becomes pregnant. The second section describes how the girl then regrets her decision. In general the poet does intends her reader to feel sympathy for the girl. She does this by using many different poetic techniques.
But while the majority of the poem instills a sense of compassion for the girl it can also be read critically of her. For example, as the poet writes that she drank vodka through the phrase "she knocked it back like water", using imagery to imply th…
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