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Comment 17 of 20, added on January 6th, 2012 at 12:16 PM.
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Comment 16 of 20, added on April 3rd, 2011 at 6:06 PM.
she never had a still born baby but did have a miscarriage in 1961. this
poem was written before that, so it is more of a metaphor for the way she
feels about her poetry.
adrienne from United States
Comment 15 of 20, added on April 14th, 2010 at 7:38 PM.
i really appreciated the stillborn of miss Zainab, i am not criticizing but
supporting the novel, my question to our famous writer is that, we didn't
see another novel of her we have being expecting to see, bye
Comment 14 of 20, added on April 17th, 2009 at 3:42 PM.
until your wives give birth to a stillborn, then you can appreciate how
disgusting visitors are to a mother who just gave birth to a stillborn
child. they just cant say "i grieve with you" and just shut up.
father of yssay
Comment 13 of 20, added on January 19th, 2008 at 3:34 AM.
it is easy to perceive the poem to be about a stillborn child, however
plath uses the metaphor of a stillborn child to portray her distress over
her, apparently, lifeless poetry.
the extended metaphor is introduced in beginning of the first stanza "these
poems do not live: it's a sad diagnosis." plath then continues to describe
the intricacies of the poems, and how, technicaly, they were flawless.
"they grew their toes and fingers well enough... and still the lungs won't
fill and the heart won't start"
upon reading the poem, the viewer is somewhat taken aback by the truculence
and rawness of the language However upon another reading, it is the
ambiguity and repugnance that help us to fully comprehend the emotional
distress these defective poems were causing plath. "they are not pigs, they
are not even fish Though they have a piggy and a fishy air."
the change in persona also shows plaths' changing views on her poetry.
the poem commences in the first person " O I cannot understand what
happened to them!" in the third stanza, however, there is a shift to the
third person. "but they are dead, and their mother near dead with
distraction." this shows her extrication from her poetry.
I hope that was helpful in interpreting the poem.
nicolaaaa :) from Australia
Comment 12 of 20, added on June 14th, 2007 at 12:13 AM.
this poem is just amazing.. the way sylvia works with her language.. and
the dead poems and grotesque imagery such as the pickling fluid or the
piggy and fishy air... the title stillborn could be for the stillborn
children of any woman or sylvias poem which is dead from the beginning,
because such a horrible experience, giving birth to a dead child, cannot be
explained with words.
Mell from Germany
Comment 11 of 20, added on April 5th, 2006 at 3:17 PM.
I don't know how you could write something so cold! I recently lost my
daughter who was stillborn. this poem is sad in a disgusting way.
Morgan from United States
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