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Fishes' cry: an analysis of the fish are all sick by anne stevenson the poem, “the fish are all sick” by anne stevenson, speaks a lot about the relationship between humans and nature, specifically the marine ecosystem, in the world today. The poem, the fish are all sick by anne stevenson, speaks a lot about the relationship between humans and nature, specifically the mari rther emphasizes that the marine ecosystem is suffering, and humans are the cause of this suffering. This capacious, challenging poem erupted out of moore's turbulent attitudes about the conflict between liberty and union and the seemingly irreconcilable nature of independence and marriage.
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Robert louis stevenson was born in edinburgh, scotland, on nov 13, 1850 his father was a prosperous civil engineer, and the boy showed interest in that profession later, however, he decided to study law instead. The metrical composition, the fish are wholly sick by anne stevenson, speaks a lot to the highest degree the human relationship between humans and nature, specific on the wholey the marine ecosystem, in the valet de chambre today. David kalstone (1989) the poem is filled with the strain of seeing – not just the unrelenting pressure of making similes to capture the fish, but the fact that the similes themselves involve flawed instruments of vision, stained wallpaper, scratched isinglass, tarnished tinfoil. As hildegard elaborates the medical and scientific relationship between the human microcosm and the macrocosm of the universe, she often focuses on interrelated patterns of four: the four elements (fire, air, water, and earth), the four seasons, the four humors, the four zones of the earth, and the four major winds.
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