1.In the " The Nymph's Reply " and "The Passionate Sheperd to His Love " discuss the theme of reality versus non-reality as it relates to the young nymph and the shepherd boy. The theme of reality versus non-reality forms an integral part of the two poems. The Passionate Sheperd to His Love is full of lofty promises and wild imaginations that the Shepherd makes when to provide for his family was his father’s expression of love. In My Papa’s Waltz the speaker is referring to his father who had a drinking problem. In describing the waltz the speaker is talking about the interactions he had with his drunk father and how much he enjoyed them. Compared to the other poem there is much fondness in My Papa’s Waltz and little regret. [...]
I need to turn this in by 11:59 12/26/2017 Answer each question with 4-5 detailed sentences. Emphasis on details please. 1.In the " The Nymph's Reply," and "The Passionate Sheperd to His Love," discuss the theme of reality versus non-reality as it relates to the young nymph and the shepherd boy. 2.In "The Road Not Taken," and "The Lover Not Taken,"discuss how the choices and decisions we make shape the course of our lives for good or bad. Make reference to the poems. 3.In "Those Winter Sundays," and "My Pappa's Waltz," discuss how the speakers who are now adults feel about their childhoods as they look back on times with their dads. How are their feelings different now that they are adults.