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In Margaret Atwoods The handmaids tale and Judith Wright poems some subject matters are similar because there are a lot of imageries based on children and men from voices of a woman In the handmaids tale the narrator has lost her child and husband and in some Judith Wright poems it is about a womans love for men and a child being born Looking at the imagery and language used we can compare between the approach the writers are making and the difference between these emotions as well as the readers responses In Judith Wright poem Women to Men the persona expresses her love to her lover In the second stanza she directly addresses her lover This is no child with a childs face this has no name to name it by yet you and I have known it well This not only describes the close relationship between the two lovers that they can have a child it has a mysterious connection between the two that no one can tell It uses language to bring romance and the nature of love to the readers In the handmaids tale Offred describes her memories with her husband Luke without a romantic tone She describes she used to walk together and used to talk about buying a house and swings for children The language is very ordinary and straight-forward it only reflects the life cycle of a married couple - settling down and have children The ordinary language reflects Offreds stable life she used to have and her character that she is easy to feel content Since this is the language she uses to tell this story as a handmaid it may be possible that her romantic love for Luke is fading away but she is just looking back her ordinary love she used to have In Judith Wrights poem Woman to child she uses natural imagery to describe the child after birth There moved
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