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From the two poems, To His Coy Mistress and Those Winter Sundays, both Marvell and Hayden use narrators as opposed to giving their own thoughts, to portray the prevailing state of affairs. In the case of To His Coy Mistress, Marvell uses the title of the poem to outline the state of affairs of a young man who writes a plea to a young woman. In this case, the young man seduces the young lady to love him. However, Marvell has incorporated the possessive pronoun ‘his’ to describe the young man and his desire to acquire the love of a young mistress. The term ‘coy’ reveals to the audience that it is not possible for the young man to interact with the young woman as she resists his advances. It also refers to the female equivalent of a master. In the poem, the term “Coy” appears similar to a sweetheart or a lady who the young man is seducing to win her heart. Similarly in his poem Those Winter Sundays, Hayden portrays an adult male speaker who has grown up, and shows memories regarding how his father showed the love he had for him based on his actions. In particular, the persona remembers how his father used to wake up on Sundays early in the morning to light the furnace fire. He awakened his son after the room was warm enough for him. Line 12 states that the boy’s father polished the “good shoes” that belonged to his son, an indication that he will take his son to church. This is the case because he used to make his son wear his “good shoes” on Sunday. Therefore, it is true that the boy’s father took moral upbringing of his boy seriously.
For the two personae, the difference between them is evident when in the case of Those Winter Sundays, the persona’s father makes a lot of sacrifice for him, but the boy only realizes later in life that he failed to appreciate his efforts. It is now too late, as the boy cannot go back in time to show appreciation to his father based the sacrificed
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