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The Sun Rising, John Donne Analysis

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The male partner is reciting an aubade to the silent lady describing his distaste for the sun because it signifies the end of their pleasure and the beginning of the work day. The man expresses his hostility to the celestial being through anthropomorphising the sun in mocking terms, “busy old fool.” The sun is responsible for all life on Earth through photosynthesis and by degrading it, the man immediately portrays his hatred for it simply because it represents the end of the couple’s bliss. 2. Describe the relationship between the lovers. Throughout the poem, the man places the female upon a pedestal and calls her his own signifying both the passion within the relationship and as well as the male dominance. The chiasm, “She is all state, and all princes I;/...
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