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Jan Beatty's poem the kindness

2021-11-15 来源: 51Due教员组 类别: Essay范文

简·贝蒂(Jan Beatty)的诗《善良》(the kindness)是在加拿大与野生麋鹿的一次邂逅。这首诗将作者带入了一段时间的旅程,在这段旅程中,她学会了欣赏这种姿态的力量。这首诗探讨了人性的脆弱和敏感,这反映在自我对善良的呼吸反应中。这首诗的作者采用了一种简单,简单而富有情感的方式,从现场体验到诗的结尾强烈的情感。


Jan Beatty's poem the kindness is an encounter with wild elk in Canada. This poem takes the author into a journey through time, in which she learns to appreciate the power of this gesture. This poem explores the fragility and sensitivity of human nature, which is reflected in the self's breathing response to kindness. The author of this poem adopts a simple, simple but emotional way, from field experience to strong emotion at the end of the poem.

 

At the beginning of the poem, the author describes an event that happened in the wild. A mother elk came into her sight with two children. As an observer and narrator, the author uses the first person perspective to describe from the beginning. This establishes a sense of intimacy and establishes a realistic scene for the reader through real observation. In the first example of this transformation, the author found elk sniffing the dustbin from a distance. The addition of "bear prevention" makes the scene more vivid and detailed, because the appearance of the dustbin is an important part of the scene construction. If this sentence is replaced by "smelling the handle of the trash can", the feeling of wilderness will be completely destroyed. The possibility of bears increases the sense of danger at the scene and makes readers more interested. In this poem, we observe a pattern from observation to reflection, which appears repeatedly in several rounds. In the first example of this transformation, the author sees the elk, constructs the scene, and directly enters her inner world by remembering the "instructions of the city man". This shift is natural and smooth, because it is logical for urban people to respond to wildlife in an instructive way. At the same time, it also identifies the author himself as one of the city people. She's not where she belongs. She's from this city. She's just a tourist in nature in Canada. As an alien in the environment, it lays a foundation for further describing her vulnerability.

 

Then, the author returns to the real world from the inner world, just as she slowly retreats according to the instructions of the city people. Using the present continuous tense makes people feel more like telling a story, which is both fascinating and accurate. The author has been observing the appearance of elk when it retreats. Calves collide with each other and play with their mother. As a tourist and a city person, elk is considered wild and potentially dangerous, but the author can't help but look at these elk. As she described in the second transformation, their existence and beauty are irresistible to the author. The initial surprise has been replaced by the desire for elk beauty. The author saw elk wearing Caramel colored coats and described the oblique line of their nose. If the poem begins with surprise and a little fear, this emotion disappears in the second transition period when the author begins to appreciate the beauty of elk. This is also reflected in the way she describes beautiful animals as if they were humans. "Collision" and "looking up to the mother" are typical behaviors of human children. People always tend to integrate human characteristics and emotions into animal behavior and try to establish contact with them. This description reduces the animal or wild nature of elk. Caramel coat is another human like image, which contributes to the second transition.

 

This poem constructs a gradual road to deeper emotion. The author starts from her observation, turns to her feelings, and then turns to her deeper desires. According to the humanized description of elk, she expressed her desire to "keep beauty" and even "steal" beauty. The word "steal" usually has a negative meaning here. It becomes a strong exhibitor, indicating how strong the author's desire and appreciation are. After this strong emotional expression, the author returns to the real world again and states her position on this point: "taking a #2& walk on the football field." this is related to the instruction of referring to city people. A poem is more closely related to these, making every sentence more meaningful. Like the bear proof dustbin, "wooden pole pine cabin" is another detail intentionally added by the author. In this experience, there are countless details from reality, but the author chooses this point because it can best illustrate the scene and give the reader a sense of distance. In this poem, there is a conflict for the first time. Although the author is eager to feel this beauty, get closer to it, and even steal it, her body is physically far away from the elk. The only thing she did was to constantly observe the beauty of elk and how comfortable they were in front of her. Elk behaved like human mothers and babies. Nevertheless, the author chose to give up. This makes readers curious about the reasons behind it, which urban residents can't understand. This curiosity brought them to the greatest turning point of the poem.

 

The author experienced a major change in the middle of the poem, shifting the scene to a completely different time and space. The vulnerability and behavior of elk inspired her and opened her memory of a long time ago. These sentences describe the author's memory when he walked into Pittsburgh mental hospital. Use the past tense to remind the reader to enter her memory. This is the biggest change in the poem, not only the change of place, but also the change of time. Obviously, the author feels depressed, broken, fragile and depressed in this memory. When she wanted to open the door in the hospital, a man she didn't know offered to open the door for her. However, such an act of pure goodwill makes the author pant. Although this seems to be a simple action for others, it means more to depressed authors because "my bottom fell". Obviously, the author is not normal in his memory. Even the rhythm of this poem in this memory reflects her vulnerability and sadness. This part of the poem is constructed in a special way: although everything is used to describe her memory, some fragments in her memory have been selected by indentation. All three indents contain the phrase "hand on the door". Obviously, this element is the key to memory. The indented structure creates an amplification effect for readers so that they can also focus on their hands. This sentence is repeated three times, further increasing the drama and intensity of the scene, making a plain memory both vivid and personalized.

 

This strong and strong emotion stems from the author's vulnerability. She succeeded in making the author feel the same near the end. It also explains why she kept retreating when she saw the elk. The same vulnerability kept her away. Elk and man are both symbols of beauty, or kindness, in the purest form. Although in front of the author, the elk still behaved very naturally, unprepared, and even embarrassed. For the author, such beauty is too fragile to be observed carefully. She had no choice but to retreat, because she was afraid of beautiful fragility and her own fragility. The author is not only aware of the beauty of elk or the kindness of human beings, but also appreciates this beauty and kindness with protective instinct. At the end of the poem, she wrote: "I can't breathe for kindness. I can't tell how deep it is for me." at her most vulnerable moment, a simple kindness deeply moved her. The author told two completely different moments with the same supporting action. While discovering her vulnerability, she also realizes that her vulnerability and protection are her own beauty.

 

Generally speaking, this poem adopts a feminine approach, with simple and accurate details in the construction of two different scenes. The author's female perspective brings soft and emotional touch to the language and increases the expressiveness of poetry. In the almost wavy periodic transformation between reality and her own world, the author promotes deeper and more personalized emotions all the way to give readers a real experience. The author provides readers with her unique, breathless and fragile aesthetic way, which is reflected in elk and men in the hospital.


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