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Analysis of "Daddy"

Since I am from a family in which we are very close, reading this poem was shocking especially in the last line. Though the poem, it is quite apparent that the poet has a strong resentment toward her father. Though I could not find any information about Sylvia Plath's father, I am sure that she was mistreated in some ways by him.

Guessing some possible reasons of the trauma which the author was suffered might be helpful to understand this poem. At first, her father might be very rigid and strict with her when she was a kid. The author showed it by describing her father as a Hitler, who killed enormous number of people or mentioning the Holocaust that the Jews, Blacks, and gays were executed. Second, the author might be psychologically abused by her dad. Looking at the second stanza, "Daddy, I have had to kill you" (line 6), the author is out of control with a strong resentment. The thing is that all these things had happened before she was ten because her father died when she reached the age. At the age of ten, parents must be a figure of protection and care for children but, for her there was only a absence of the paternal figure.
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have underlined problem areas and stricken out inappropriate words:

Since I am from a family in which we are very close, reading this poem was shocking especially in the last line. Though the poem, it is quite apparent that the poet has a strong resentment toward her father. Though I could not find any information about Sylvia Plath's father, I am sure that she was mistreated in some ways by him.

Guessing some possible reasons of the trauma which the author was suffered might be helpful to understand this poem. At first, her father might be very rigid and strict with her when she was a kid. The author showed it by describing her father as a Hitler, who killed enormous number of people or mentioning the Holocaust that the Jews, Blacks, and gays were executed. Second, the author might be psychologically abused by her dad. Looking at the second stanza, "Daddy, I have had to kill you" (line 6), the author is out of control with a strong resentment. The thing is that all these things had happened before she was ten because her father died when she reached the age. At the age of ten, parents must be a figure of protection and care for children but, for her there was only a absence of the paternal figure.

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First, thank you for your advice.
Hmm, you mean I need to figure out what the problems are in underlined phrases....
I've tried but I have no ideas...
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Well, give it a try and demonstrate your effort to learn.
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Ok, here's my effort! How about this?

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Since I am from a family where we are very close, reading this poem was a shock especially the last line. Along the poem, it is quite apparent that the poet has a strong resentment toward her father. Though I could not find any information about Sylvia Plath's father, I am sure that she was mistreated severely by him.

Guessing some possible reasons for the trauma which the author suffered might be helpful understanding this poem. First of all, her father might very rigid and strict with her when she was a kid. The author expressed it by describing her father as a Hitler, who killed a great number of people or mentioning the Holocaust(I don't know what's wrong here) that the Jews, Black, and gay were executed. Second, the author might had psychologically abused by her dad. Looking at the second stanza, "Daddy, I have had to kill you" (line 6), the author is out of control with a strong resentment. All these things had happened before she was ten because her father died when she reached that age. At the age of ten, parents should be a figure of protection and care for children ,however, for her there was only an absence of paternal figure.
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Better! I have fixed the rest:

Since I am from a family that is very close, reading this poem was a shock, especially the last line. From the poem, it is quite apparent that the poet has a strong resentment toward her father. Though I could not find any information about Sylvia Plath's father, I am sure that she was mistreated severely by him.

Guessing some possible reasons for the trauma which the author suffered might be helpful in understanding this poem. First of all, her father might have been very rigid and strict with her when she was a child. The author suggests this by describing her father as a Hitler, who killed enormous numbers of people and mentioning the Holocaust, in which Jews, blacks and homosexuals were executed. Second, the author might have been psychologically abused by her father. Looking at the second stanza, "Daddy, I have had to kill you" (line 6), the author is out of control with strong resentment. All these things must have happened before she was ten, because her father died when she reached that age. At the age of ten, parents should be a figure of protection and care for their children, but for her there was only the absence of a paternal figure.
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