The Awakening: Themes

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  • The Awakening: Themes
    • Love
      • Sonnet 116
        • 'That looks upon tempests and is never shaken'
      • Garden of Love
        • 'binding with briars my joys and desires'
      • La Belle Dame
        • 'in language strange she said - "I love thee true"
      • “We'd share it, and scatter it together,” he said. His face flushed.”
    • Society & Culture
      • Whoso List to Hunt
      • The Ruined Maid
      • Garden of Love
        • 'gates were shut' 'binding ' thou shalt not' - Semantic field of prison
      • “A feeling that was unfamiliar but very delicious came over her.”
    • Women & Feminity
      • The Ruined Maid
        • Melia is idolised similarly to the way that Chopin idolises Adele
      • La Belle Dame
        • 'Her hair was long, her foot was light, and her eyes were wild'
      • “no woman had swum before’
    • Life & Existence
      • Sonnet 116
      • To His Coy Mistress
      • Remember
        • 'You tell me of our future that you planned'
      • 'There was the hum of bees, and the musky odour of pinks filled the air.’
    • Religion
      • Garden of Love
        • ‘And the gates of this chapel were shut' - Church ruining what was simple
      • Sonnet 116
      • La Belle Dame
        • 'manna-dew' - What Israelites ate
      • Remember
        • 'silent land' - Heaven
    • Death
      • Sonnet 116
        • 'but bears it out even to the edge of doome'
      • Remember
        • 'gone far away into the silent land'
      • "Good-by, because I love you"
    • Mythology
      • Whoso List to Hunt
        • 'the deere' - The goddess Diana
      • Non Sum Qualis
        • 'Cynara!' - Artichoke
      • ’Venus rising from the foam’

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