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ID number:767291
Evaluation:
Published: 03.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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In the poem "The Flea", by John Donne, the speaker uses a quite peculiar method in an attempt to get something from his mistress. The poem is composed of three stanzas such that each of them serves its own purpose in explaining the speaker's situation. Upon closer examination, Donne weaves a truly intricate tale of one man's love for another woman through the actions of a miniscule flea.
<Tab/>Donne begins by presenting the initial situation in his love affair; the introduction of the flea. In this poem, the flea literally is a representation of what it simply is; a parasitic…

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