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Rights of Women, The Analysis



Author: Poetry of Anna LŠtitia Barbauld Type: Poetry Views: 645

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Yes, injured Woman! rise, assert thy right!

Woman! too long degraded, scorned, opprest;

O born to rule in partial Law's despite,

Resume thy native empire o'er the breast!



Go forth arrayed in panoply divine;

That angel pureness which admits no stain;

Go, bid proud Man his boasted rule resign,

And kiss the golden sceptre of thy reign.



Go, gird thyself with grace; collect thy store

Of bright artillery glancing from afar;

Soft melting tones thy thundering cannon's roar,

Blushes and fears thy magazine of war.



Thy rights are empire: urge no meaner claim,--

Felt, not defined, and if debated, lost;

Like sacred mysteries, which withheld from fame,

Shunning discussion, are revered the most.



Try all that wit and art suggest to bend

Of thy imperial foe the stubborn knee;

Make treacherous Man thy subject, not thy friend;

Thou mayst command, but never canst be free.



Awe the licentious, and restrain the rude;

Soften the sullen, clear the cloudy brow:

Be, more than princes' gifts, thy favours sued;--

She hazards all, who will the least allow.



But hope not, courted idol of mankind,

On this proud eminence secure to stay;

Subduing and subdued, thou soon shalt find

Thy coldness soften, and thy pride give way.



Then, then, abandon each ambitious thought,

Conquest or rule thy heart shall feebly move,

In Nature's school, by her soft maxims taught,

That separate rights are lost in mutual love.





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Actually, with some background research of the poet you can see that she was not a feminist. Barbauld believed that women should be good wives (see this: x This poem was written in response to Wollstonecraft\'s poem: \"A Vindication of the Rights of Woman.\" Barbauld may actually be mocking Wollstonecraft\'s approach to women\'s rights.

| Posted on 2011-05-06 | by a guest


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In the begging of the poem the poet is clearly feminist . She fights for women rights. She raise the ambitions of women by make them feel enthusiasm. In the middle stanza she wants to tell women that they should uses their charming techniques in order to gain their rights. There is a shift in the last stanza " but ", this hope and enthusiasm is slightly disappear. The message that the writer want to convey is , love is what we need . We can get everything with love.

| Posted on 2010-03-31 | by a guest




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