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The Fair Singer Analysis



Author: Poetry of Andrew Marvell Type: Poetry Views: 457

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To make a final conquest of all me,

Love did compose so sweet an Enemy,

In whom both Beauties to my death agree,

Joyning themselves in fatal Harmony;

That while she with her Eyes my Heart does bind,

She with her Voice might captivate my Mind.



I could have fled from One but singly fair:

My dis-intangled Soul it self might save,

Breaking the curled trammels of her hair.

But how should I avoid to be her Slave,

Whose subtile Art invisibly can wreath

My Fetters of the very Air I breath?



It had been easie fighting in some plain,

Where Victory might hang in equal choice.

But all resistance against her is vain,

Who has th' advantage both of Eyes and Voice.

And all my Forces needs must be undone,

She having gained both the Wind and Sun.










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the poem is about a woman and serpent as it as being alluded from the biblical point of view.

| Posted on 2014-04-25 | by a guest


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This isn\'t even the right poem. The spelling is atrocious, and should be verbatim to be called Marvell\'s The Fair Singer.

| Posted on 2011-01-24 | by a guest


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This is no more than an opinion sharing website. Why does it say that this is an analysis?

| Posted on 2011-01-12 | by a guest


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This poem is about a lover who is fatally atacked by the lady in a figurative level. The speaker uses images from the worldfiel warfare, as if they were in a battlefield. Her weapons are her eyes and her voice. The lover can be seen as a victim and the beloved lady as the enemy. He is subject to her and can not rid of it. By loving her, he is in a "final conquest".

| Posted on 2010-03-09 | by a guest


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Why is there no actual analysis of the poem here?
This website is falsy advertising!
Please provide what you say you are providing. I can get a copy of the poem anywhere. What I need is an analysis.
thank u.

| Posted on 2008-06-01 | by a guest




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