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The Beggar Maid Analysis



Author: Poetry of Alfred, Lord Tennyson Type: Poetry Views: 348

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The Beggar Maid



Her arms across her breast she laid;

She was more fair than words can say;

Barefooted came the beggar maid

Before the king Cophetua.

In robe and crown the king stept down,

To meet and greet her on her way;

‘It is no wonder,’ said the lords,

‘She is more beautiful than day.’



As shines the moon in clouded skies,

She in her poor attire was seen;

One praised her ankles, one her eyes,

One her dark hair and lovesome mien.

So sweet a face, such angel grace,

In all that land had never been.

Cophetua sware a royal oath:

‘This beggar maid shall be my queen!’






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This poem is about the king Cephora choosing women to be his "sex slaves" and he comes across the Beggar Maid and discovers that she is beautiful and she shouldnt be poor. At the beginning of the poem she is standing before him wearing a see-through dress and he is admiring her beauty. He then makes her his queen.

| Posted on 2010-03-25 | by a guest


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The analysis is that this beggar maid is beautiful and she is praised by all classes even the kind. even though shes really poor

| Posted on 2010-03-02 | by a guest




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