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To His Coy Point Example Effect
3 irregular stanzas The first stanza is the longest as it reflects the subject of the stanza; time. The second stanza is the shortest to

V1- Longest (reflecting length of emphasize his point that time is short. The last stanza reflects the…

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Forceful/ blackmail Suggests he does not actually care for her but only her body. If he loved her, he would be more considerate to

Blunt her feelings and wishes rather than pressuring her.
Demanding Tries to seduce her with flattery, to convince his intentions are good
V1= Flattery


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