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Question: What are your suggestions of how someone can approach their subjects for someone saying I am considering writing a textual analysis of the artwork The Potato Eaters by Vincent van Gogh. I am considering writing a textual analysis of the poem Still I Rise by Maya Angelou.

Asked by Itchyballsack

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1. Begin by researching the background of the poem and its author. Look into why Maya Angelou wrote the poem and the context in which it was created. 2. Consider the audience that Angelou was speaking to when she wrote the poem. Think about their characteristics and how they might have affected the language and tone of the poem. 3. Break down the poem piece by piece and look for patterns or any underlying themes. Analyze the diction, imagery and metaphors used in the poem and explain how they contribute to its overall themes and messages. 4. Discuss the historical context of the poem and how it reflects the time period in which it was written. Consider how the poem might have been influenced by current events and how it may have been perceived differently at the time. 5. Finally, reflect on your experience writing the textual analysis and how it has changed your perceptions of the poem. Think about the lasting impacts the poem has had since it was written, and how it might still be relevant today.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Jan. 25, 2023, 12:22 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 25, 2023

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