Goblin Market - Study Guide A Better Resurrection Summary & Analysis

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A Better Resurrection Summary

The main character of this poem describes her life as barren and empty. The narrator is overwhelmed with feelings of loneliness and compares her heart to a stone. The future holds no hope for the narrator; her life is drawing to an end and she has lost her belief in heaven. Her only hope is that Jesus will rescue her and provide salvation.

The narrator continues describing how barren and empty her life is. She describes her life as being frozen and withered where life no longer survives. She compares her soul to a bowl that can no longer contain water or life.

At the end of the poem the narrator hopes that her life can be remade as a new bowl. She describes the new bowl of life as a cup that God and Jesus can drink out of.

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