01.) “Sonnet to the Poppy” by Anna Seward
02.) “The Disappointment” by Aphra Behn
Drawing on two works, explore how poetry defines sexual action. How do poets see the body and mind cooperating (or not) in instances of sexual desire? To what extent do bodies correspond to the
inward thoughts of subjects, and do subjects experience full interaction with each other in these encounters? Are desiring bodies equivalent to the people who own those bodies?
Baseline Requirements:
• Introduction, Thesis statement, Conclusion
• All the skills of quotation, close reading, and smart speculation we’ve learned thus far
• MLA style
• Page numbers and staples, 1-inch margins, Times New Roman font
• Works cited page

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