To His Coy Mistress Language Analysis - AQA Relationships Cluster

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Language ­ To His Coy
Mistress
Point Evidence Analysis
1st Stanza
- Alliteration - `This coyness, lady, were no crime,' -
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Conditional Verbs - `Had we', `would I' -
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Metaphor & possessive - `To walk, and pass our long love's day.' -
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Imagery of rivers - `Thou by the Indian Ganges' -
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