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In To His Coy Mistress Andrew Marvell presents a speaker who appeals to his lover through persuasion In the first part of the poem the speaker appeals to the character in the second part he expresses his emotions and in the third part the speaker uses reason By using different methods of appeal the speaker hopes to win his mistress love In line 7 through 10 of the poem the speaker confesses his love for his mistress by saying he would love her from times beginning to times end The speakers love should grow vaster than empires 11-12 and he would adore her for thousands of years 13-18 Later on in the poem the speaker uses images associated with death and he offers a plan by which the two should live knowing that one does not live forever Basically he tries to persuade his mistress into spending the rest of her life with him In this day and age one can relate to this poem The method of persuasion is mainly use amongst males when in contact with the female gender If one was in the day and time of To His Coy Mistress this method would have been considered the method of persuasion but in 2003 this method is considered Game The word game can be define as persuasion convincing lying but its only considered lying if one gets caught The other day when I and my friend John was on our way to class I witnessed him befriend a female As he approached these words was uttered Hello how are you doing and of course she responded fine Then John asked her name and started telling her that he thinks shes beautiful intelligent and stunning Once he noticed she was interested in conversation he continued and started telling this female about himself stating that he worked for a major record label he drives a expensive vehicle etc Then John concluded the conversation by
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