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ARIEL: "Something else," too, "Hauls me through air": the speaker, increasingly ethereal, unpeels, like the speaker in "Fever 1O3°," shedding "Dead hands, dead stringencies" as woman-horse becomes woman-arrow-dew, destroying herself in her unremitting drive toward resurrection.

Use this lesson with your high school students in the study of American poetry, and your class will be surprised to discover they actually can analyze and understand poetry, despite all the groans and dread the study of this topic inevitably brings.

Watch American literature video lessons for an overview of the major works of American poetry and prose. The course features engaging graphics and...

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