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Comparing and contrasting the beggar woman and to his coy mistress
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Comparing and Contrasting the theme of seduction in ''The Beggar Woman'' and ''To His Coy Mistress''
How is the theme of seduction conveyed in these two poems? In the past, men and women were treated very differently regarding rights and status. Women were often seen as conducive, had to defend/guard their virginity to maintain accessibility of marriage in future years. Men often used their differing authority and status to manipulate women and take advantage of them. This meant that women would not tend to allow this as they had their virginity preserved and there would be nothing they could do about it.
In this essay I will be comparing and contrasting the two poems ''to his coy mistress'' and ''the beggar woman'' to see how they are similar and also differ by the theme of allurement/seduction. The keywords exploited are seduction, impatience and temptation. These expressions are all regarding the ''seven deadly sins''. Now I will notify you as to what they mean. Seduction is seen as an appealing and captivating sense, an impression of enticement or temptation, Impatience is the eager desire for something or the lack of patience and temptation can be manipulated as something which
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