The Flea

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Title: The Flea
 
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Subject: Poetry & Poets
Author: Minh Pham
Date: June 30, 2009
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But last lines of stanza 2, the speaker argues that if she kills the flee she would be committing murder. “Though use make you apt to kill me, Let not to that, self-murder added be, And sacrilege, three sins in killing three.” She would kill the symbolic marriage realm and the baby...
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In addition to those murders, she would be killing herself. In the last stanza, the woman has killed the flea and in doing so she has killed the child. “Cruel and sudden, hast thou since purpled thy nail in blood of innocence?” The speaker then brings up the point that the child is innocent and all the baby did wrong was choosing her as a mother...
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