Compare the Poems “Havisham” and “The Laboratory”.

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Poetry & Poets

 

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March 18, 2016

 

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It also symbolises the unstable combination of desire and hatred which Duffy has tried to use to move away from the mindless hatred and revenge portrayed in Miss Havisham in Dickens’ novel. Colour plays a considerable role in both of the poems. In “Havisham” Carol Ann Duffy describes her subject’s eyes as being “dark green pebbles” and her “puce curses”, these dark colours emphasise the lady’s violent, raging jealousy...
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It also symbolises the unstable combination of desire and hatred which Duffy has tried to use to move away from the mindless hatred and revenge portrayed in Miss Havisham in Dickens’ novel. Colour plays a considerable role in both of the poems. In “Havisham” Carol Ann Duffy describes her subject’s eyes as being “dark green pebbles” and her “puce curses”, these dark colours emphasise the lady’s violent, raging jealousy...
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