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    Anne had eight brothers and sisters of which she was the oldest. Her father was a local farmer by the name of Richard Hathaway. There is no information on the identity of Anne’s biological mother, yet they do know that Anne had a stepmother whose name was Joan Hathaway. She grew up in a small village called Shottery which was a mile and a half from Stratford upon Avon. There is no information about Anne’s education. When Richard Hathaway who was Anne’s father had died

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    Carol Ann Duffy's Anne Hathaway Poem

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    was no longer there and Duffy understood that. So, instead of formulating a poem that discredited a marriage that sculpted a lifetime, she enhanced it and resuscitated it and gave it meaning in a decade where it had none. Duffy entitled the poem Anne Hathaway, giving Shakespeare's wife a voice to describe a love which grew in a time where women did not.The poem itself is a sonnet written in imperfect iambic pentameter, the imperfect nature of the pentameter gave way to assonance and alliteration which

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    Compare and contrast Anne Hathaway and Frau Freud in Duffy’s collection The World’s Wife There are both similarities and contrasts between ‘Anne Hathaway’ and ‘Frau Freud ‘One of the mail similarities between the two poems are the sexual references in both poems , the structure of the poems and that they are both written in a women’s voice. One of the main similarities between the poems is that they are both written by wives of two very famous men, William Shakespeare and Sigmund Freud

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    Carol Ann Duffy’s poem ‘Anne Hathaway’ is about Anne Hathaway’s and Shakespeare’s love for each other and how great it is. Whereas is Robert Browning’s poem ‘The laboratory’ is about a woman who poisons the woman her lover’s sleeping with. In ‘Anne Hathaway’s’ first lines the voice seems dreamy and passionate. Whereas, in ‘The laboratory’s’ the voice seems evil, keen and excited. ‘The bed we loved in was a spinning world of forests, castles, torchlight, cliff tops, seas where we could dive for pearls

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    Brokeback London

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    William Shakespeare’s poems leave women swooning and desperate for an all-consuming love. And why wouldn’t he write romantic poems to woo the ladies? His one hundred and twenty-six sonnets all praise a person that leaves Shakespeare weak in the knees. Sonnet 18 is the sonnet that stands out the most in the sea of love poems. The first seventeen sonnets are persuading a young man to marry and have children (“The Place 2 Be: The Young Man of Shakespeare's Sonnets” 1). However, the eighteenth composition

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    William shakespeare William shakespeare was born on the 23rd of april ,1564 in Stratford-Upon-Avon, a small English market town located 100 miles northwest of london along the river of avon.William's father, John Shakespeare, was a prominent local citizen who served as an alderman and bailiff. His mother was Mary Arden Shakespeare, after whom Shakespeare named the Forest of Arden in the great play As You Like It. William was the fourth of the Shakespeare's they had eight children, only five

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    “Mrs Quasimodo”, “Queen Herod”, “The Kray Sisters” and “Little Red Cap” are feminist poems because in all of these poems the women become better off by the end of the poem and show that men are useless. However poems like “Mrs Faust”, “Anne Hathaway”, “Mrs Midas” and “The Devil’s Wife” are not seen to be so strongly linked in with “feminist propaganda”, true they are opposites of their famous male counterparts but they do not seem to have messages of feminism within them. “Mrs Quasimodo”

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    Just Like in the Movies

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    end-of-movie music started to play Anne sat quietly in her chair while the tears streamed down her face. This was not a new moment for her; in fact this is how every weekend night since high school had been spent. Most people would find something wrong or sad with this, but the truth was there was no other place she’d rather be. There was comfort she found sitting bundled up with a box of tissues and popcorn in front of whatever her movie choice of the night may be. Anne rose from the faded green chair

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    Christopher Morales Mr. Bertok ENG9H, Per. 4 5 May 2014 Shakespeare’s Love Life In the 16th century there was a man named William Shakespeare. Shakespeare was an author that wrote many plays and poems. Shakespeare was also even an actor and acted in some of his own plays. Some of his plays and poems are more famous than others. William Shakespeare was not really famous but then became really famous after he died. Some of his plays and poems are romantic. His love life was strange because he was forced

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    William Shakespeare was an English poet and a great playwright. He still has a great impact on our history today. Shakespeare has written many plays, including Hamlet, Macbeth, and Romeo and Juliet. He had very extant works which people could not understand (6). Romeo and Juliet is considered to be one of his more famous plays. His plays were translated into many different languages and styles (6). William Shakespeare was a very talented man who had a great impact on history, during the Renaissance

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