Title: Themes in the poetry of Adrienne Rich
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Aunt Jennifer doesn't appear to be written about herself, but Sin does. The first poem seems to be a comparison between ideas of strength and weakness, while Living in Sin appears to be her feeling resentment for her life "by evening she was back in love again"(Rich 23). Obviously she is involved in a weak marriage and unhappy with her situation...
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Obviously she is involved in a weak marriage and unhappy with her situation. The date of this poem is 1955, which may serve as reasoning for the content. Based on previously knowledge, Rich did have a failing marriage and left her husband, later to become a lesbian.
As the poems go through the years, readers see images of Rich beginning her new life in works like Necessities of Life "Piece by piece I seem/to re-enter the world" (Rich 2)...
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