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Answer to "The Fish" By Elizabeth Bishop I chose to react to Elizabeth Bishop's "The Fish" because the poem seems so easy, however there is a lot to assemble from reading it. That is a story poem advised in the first person about a lady who grabs a fish onto a rented boat and, after staring at him for a whileand decides to throw himagain. The narrator of the poem goes through a succession of stages where she's at first detached from the bass, then intrigued by him, and then eventually sympathetic towards him. From the very first lines of Bishop's proposal, the narrator catches the bass and treats him as such. "I caught a tremendous fish / and held him beside the boat / out half of water, along with my hook / fast at a corner of his mouth" (Bishop 665). She's just caught a bass and is in the process of bringing him on the ship. She appears very disconnected from the fish, who's only the goal of a sport - fishing. When she gets the opportunity to take a good look at him, it appears that her view changes from detachment to fascination and admiration. She notices that the fish doesn't struggl...