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In Sylvia Plath's poem "Mad Girl's Love Song," stars are described as "waltzing out" while "blackness gallops in." What do these images represent in the poem?
(A)the speaker's crush on an imaginary love
(B)the speaker's despair at her failed love
(C)the speaker's hope that her love will be returned
(D)the speaker's excitement at being in love

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  • Answer:

    i beilive its b srry if im wrong though

    Explanation:

  • In Sylvia Plath's poem "Mad Girl's Love Song," stars are described as "waltzing out" while "blackness gallops in.images represent   (B) the speaker's despair at her failed love

    What is the meaning of the poem Mad Girl's love Song?

    "Mad Girl's Love Song" portrays a young woman who has lost a love that was very significant to her. While dealing with this loss, the narrator is having a struggle with her own mind about if this lover was real or if she made them up inside of her head.

    What is the tone of Mad Girl's love Song?

    The Speaker is a mentally disturbed girl. The tone of the poem is somber.

    Daddy is the most famous poem by Sylvia Plath and one of the best-known of the twentieth century.

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