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Who do you think is the “you” the speaker is addressing in the 2nd paragraph of the passage below? Explain what you see as the relationship between the speaker and her daughter, analyzing the figurative language to support your opinion.

“Aren’t you ever going to finish the ironing, Mother? Whistler painted his mother in a rocker. I’d have to paint mine standing over an ironing board.” This is one of her communicative nights and she tells me everything and nothing as she fixes herself a plate of food out of the icebox.

She is so lovely. Why did you want me to come in at all? Why were you concerned? She will find her way…

Let her be. So all that is in her will not bloom—but in how many does it? There is still enough left to live by. Only help her to know—help make it so there is cause for her to know— that she is more than this dress on the ironing board, helpless before the iron.

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/20/2013 05:56 pm
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