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  1. Christina Rosetti's 'The Triad' - A Woman's Role

    Any notion that a woman felt s****l desire was frowned upon. It was a taboo and women who failed to abide by the rules of Victorian society could find themselves labelled as insane. The role of the second woman in the sonnet is that of young virginal spinster: "And one there who soft and smooth as snow/ Bloomed like a tinted hyacinth at a show." The musical quality of the sibilance in these lines conveys an image of sweetness and purity. Indeed, this woman's innocence, beauty, delicacy and purity is expressed through the organic and natural image of the "hyacinth."

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