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"Frida Kahlo Comes To Dinner" by Christine Strickland. Choose a poem that presents a male and/or female in a way that provokes strong emotions in you.
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Language:
English
Pages:
2 (standart text format)
Type:
Essay
Category:
Literature
Published:
30.08.2006.
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5 Kb
Paper ID:
367418

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The poem "Frida Kahlo Comes to Dinner" by Christine Strickland is a compelling poem strongly portraying the female character of Frida Kahlo, famous artist and writer. Strickland's portrayal of Kahlo's personality is reinforced through her successful use of language, imagery, personification and other literary techniques. Strickland manages both to display the flamboyancy of Kahlo's presence while simultaneously provoking the reader's sympathy for her.
In the first few lines, Strickland has already delved right into her description of Kahlo
"Frida Kahlo has come to dinner
Late, as usual...

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