This is shown when Mary says "'No, but he hurt my heart the way he lay
And rolled his old head on that sharp-edged chair-back.
He wouldn't let me put him on the lounge."
Home and belonging
Home has a major impact on the poem. Silas sees mary and warrens place as home, and Warren mocks this... Showed first 250 characters
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Silas sees mary and warrens place as home, and Warren mocks this. 'Home,' he mocked gently.
'Yes, what else but home?
It all depends on what you mean by home.
Silas also belongs their. Even though the couple say that he means nothing to them and that he is only a worker, they are deeply devastated and moved by silas's death... Showed next 250 characters
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