Voices of Our Education
D.H. Lawrence's idea of "voices of our education" has a broader meaning than one might think. It comes from society, from the outside world. These voices are only helpful if one listens, and through texts such as "Snake" "Brave New World" and "Rime of The Ancient Mariner" these voices will be thoroughly studied to reveal how they shape our decision making.
In the poem "Snake" by D.H. Lawrence, a boy kills a snake just moments after he admires it. By doing so, he shows that these voices influenced him to commit such an act, which he later regrets. At the beginning of the poem the boy now a…
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