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Analysis of Daystar by Rita Dove?

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'Daystar' is a poem by Rita Dove. It is about a young mother and wife who is concerned with her lack of freedom. She is beset with daily duties that restrict her freedom.
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The poem " Daystar talks about a woman who is both a wife and a mother and who is exhausted by her daily tasks. The mother has had a longhard day filled with daily chores like
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I don't think this poem is working with an analogy, it is pretty much dealing in plain statement. (Rita Dove is not an especially technically accomplished poet. If you compare her
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