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Variations on the word sleep by margaret atwood essay

  1. Well, actually, first off, I feel like I should explain what exactly this song is.
  2. It has pretty much one continual tone, but it does shift around a bit.
  3. Anyway, thanks for reading and sorry again if it was especially long this week.

So, I have decided to end my quest in searching for a passage from a play for now because I figured I should be inspired, rather than forcing myself if that makes any sense. I would like to watch you, sleeping.

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This poem is one of my favorites. It has pretty much one continual tone, but it does shift around a bit.

The second stanza dwells more on this feeling as the tone shifts to be more hopeful and wishful; though the two are very similar, there is that fine line between the two that allow them to work together to create that dreamlike state that the speakers, for lack of a better word, speaks of. It creates the image of the two walking together in this forest that the speaker describes.

Within the last two lines of this stanza, the speaker gives the idea that walking with the subject towards fears suggests that what the speaker is more than just a need to please, but possible a feeling of love.

Anyway, the third stanza is a bit longer but its tone is the amplification of the first two stanzas. The very last stanza is but a few lines short and sweet and really encompasses this feeling of love that the speaker feels towards their subject.

Overall, this poem is soothing and sweet, but the feelings that the speaker has for the subject is further amplified with each stanza until it comes down to not only wanting to take away the tears and fears during sleep, but to continue to be the reason for life itself once the subject it awake again.

This is actually my favorite part of the blog: I used the recorded version of this song for the analysis of the poem because I needed to divide it and align it to the different stanzas of the poem, which is not something I usually do.

Well, actually, first off, I feel like I should explain what exactly this song is. The Soprano I taking over mainly demonstrates this because the intensity of her voice along with the crescendo of the backing voices creates the need to hopeful need to please. The third stanza goes hand in hand with the time frame of 2: The climax of the song, when Soprano I holds out the high D, correlates with the last five lines of this stanza because it is the highest note of the song and it symbolizes the revelation of love and true happiness for the speaker.

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Within the time frame of 3: This winding down and the two singing together above the background voices creates an overall feeling of closenessthe same kind of closeness that speaker feels with the subject. This allows the image of the speaker and the subject together, and even intensifies the willingness of the speaker to protect and love the subject.

Like most of the passages and songs I choose, I like to think that whatever piece of literature I choose to analyze is able to be imagined with the help of the song that I choose with it; I was able to see this image, well, what ever image was actually offered, with this song, and I was even able to understand what the speaker was feeling towards the subject.

  1. This winding down and the two singing together above the background voices creates an overall feeling of closeness , the same kind of closeness that speaker feels with the subject. This poem is one of my favorites.
  2. Anyway, thanks for reading and sorry again if it was especially long this week.
  3. The third stanza goes hand in hand with the time frame of 2. The climax of the song, when Soprano I holds out the high D, correlates with the last five lines of this stanza because it is the highest note of the song and it symbolizes the revelation of love and true happiness for the speaker.
  4. Anyway, the third stanza is a bit longer but its tone is the amplification of the first two stanzas.

I first heard this song in Jazz Choir and I even expanded my range with the help of this song I can only hit the high F and it just stuck to me from then on. Anyway, thanks for reading and sorry again if it was especially long this week. I hope you enjoy!