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Analysis and comments on Bridal Ballad by Edgar Allan Poe

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Comment 11 of 108, added on January 7th, 2010 at 10:09 PM.
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I can't believe the bigotry of the Americans on this forum. Just because
one person doesn't like the poem, and they happen to be from Canada, you
decide to rip an entire nation. Just to give you point of fact, the
Canadians have and always do fight in battles and we are also known for our
peace keeping efforts in war ravaged countries. In the battle of 1812 it
was a fiesty bunch of Canadians who helped the British turn back the
Americans...and WON. A couple were painting Canadian graffiti on the White
House before burning it to the ground. We were also a country that had one
of the largest world Navy's in World War one and Two. We were the ones
that held the beach at Normandy before the Americans finally showed up.
And we were in Afghanistan while the Americans chased shadows and phantom
weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Please don't open your mouth about
what we have or have not fought for until you know.

jax from Canada
Comment 10 of 108, added on September 22nd, 2009 at 10:40 AM.

i found this poem actually very confusing maybe if i understood it better i
would have liked it more

monarch from United States
Comment 9 of 108, added on February 6th, 2008 at 8:46 PM.

This is one of Poe's best poems. He was truly a gifted genious.

Hey, Sally, I would not say it is contradictory that you only like English
poetry and are "very patriotic," since Canada is not a nation but a
geographic concept. Since Canadians have never known sacrifice for a
higher ideal, it is inevitable for a Canadian "patriot" would find that his
or her loyalty lies only in the rudimentary patriotism of race and tongue,
thus it is perfectly logical that any Canadian outside of Quebec would be
an English jingoist. Nor is it surprising that a Canadian woman would not
relate to a poem in which a woman's first love fell in battle, since she
would better understand a poem about a man who "fell" on his face trying to
get away from a battle.

Zeke from United States

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Poet: Edgar Allan Poe
Poem: Bridal Ballad
Added: Feb 4 2004
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Poem of the Day: Jul 26 2000


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