Compare the Poems “Havisham” and “The Laboratory”.

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Title: Compare the Poems “Havisham” and “The Laboratory”.
 
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Subject: Poetry & Poets
Author: Sylvia Bishieri
Date: June 30, 2009
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In “The Laboratory” her obsession with the colours and the different kinds of poison has a slight undercurrent of sexual pleasure. She clearly derives sexual satisfaction from the prospect of killing. In “Havisham”, in the verse: “Some nights better…” in dream, Havisham can momentarily enact her desire...
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She clearly derives sexual satisfaction from the prospect of killing. In “Havisham”, in the verse: “Some nights better…” in dream, Havisham can momentarily enact her desire. Even in this verse expressing desire, it ends however on a moment of hate and revenge – “I suddenly bite awake”...
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