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An Apple Gathering

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This is a complete analysis of the poem An Apple Gathering by Christina Rossetti.

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Theme: First of all, we must understand that this poem is written in the background of the typical patriarchal society prevalent in 19th century England. Naturally, that meant that women had little freedom or rights, an also were given very few choices regarding their romantic and sexual life and preferences: they can either be strictly platonic in their romantic relationships, have a respectable marriage, bear children, and lead the ‘happy ( )’ life of a wife; on the other hand, if they cannot or do not maintain their virginity (which is treated as an invaluable asset of a woman, by the way) during a romantic relationship, then they are not to get married, and are to be labelled as ‘whores’ and bear the ‘shame’ for their whole life. A third choice can be found in the poem ‘A Triad’ written by the same poete...
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