Essay - The Poems 'A Beautiful Girl Combs Her Hair' by Li...


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The poems "A Beautiful Girl Combs Her Hair" by Li Ho and "Mirror" by Sylvia Plath discusses the *****me of beauty uses the object mirror as a symbol to illustrate and effectively use the theme of beauty. In ***** Ho's poem, he tells us of t***** extraordinary beauty of a woman whom me witnesses combing her hair ********** a 'jade comb,' and makes use of the object mirror as an accessory that the girl ***** in her '***** ritual.***** "Mirror," meanwhile, is a thought-provok*****g poem that tackles the issue of beauty ***** vanity as dictated ***** ***** society. ***** uses imagery and the object mirror to symbolize the important ***** beauty ***** an individual, ***** how the mirror 'mirrors' the desperation of an individual who aims to achieve beauty (in frustration and great desperation).

The similarity between the two ***** is that both use imagery and ***** theme of beauty. Imagery w***** *****d in 'A ********** to illustrate the *****' beauty (a "lotus blossom" and "a *****ild goose on the sand"). Beauty is also an essential ***** here because it mainly describes ***** girl's r*****ual of combing her beautiful hair, which, to the poet's opinion, adds p ***** the beautiful face the girl obviously possesses. However, Li Ho's poem differs with the of Plath's because Plath uses the theme of beauty to discuss both beauty and ugliness in an *****. While Li Ho focuses on rich, beautiful imagery, Plath concentrated on ***** that is effective through sarcasm ***** descriptive details about an individual's frustration over beauty *****d youth (which essentially is almost always associated with beauty). This is *****d when Plath ends her poem by saying that the voice's constant trips to ***** mirror has "***** me drowned a young girl, and in me an old woman," which illustrates how the subject's ***** desperation ***** conquest for ***** only further worsen her agitation about *****self. Thus, beauty in ***** ***** poem ***** purely and richly delivered ***** imagery, while Plath's "*****" uses the 'ugly' side of *****o much preoccupation with beauty, as revealed by the

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