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The Black Lace Fan My Mother Gave Me

Summary: The Black Lace Fan My Mother Gave me is very beautiful and quite easy to understand. Bolland describes a lot, which helps the readers to get into the poem
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I think this poem is very beautiful and quite easy to understand. Bolland describes a lot, which helps the readers to get into the poem

The use of the adjective, black, is generally used to portray a feeling of darkness or sorrow. Lace is a delicate, beautiful material usually on the outside edge of other materials that could mean something in this poem may have a frail edge. The phrase "my Mother Gave me" presents a feeling that the fan has a sentimental importance to the author. .

In the first stanza, it states that the fan is the first gift a specific gentleman gave the authors mother. A first gift is usually has an especial value, and because this gift was handed down to a child, according to the title, gives the...

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