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The goal of this extended article is to investigate how Persistence Agbabi portrays the problems women are faced with in her poem routine ''Seven Sisters'' from her poetry collection ''Transformatrix'' and look at different viewpoints of the primary themes provided in the seven poems from the perspective of the poet.
This is done by first distinguishing three main topics in the seven poems that happen to be:
Teenage pregnancy and prostitution
Adolescence and fairytale stereotypes
Sexuality, sexual mistreatment and gender expectations
These issues were then carefully analyzed by in depth exploration of the poems and extra external options. With the purpose of understanding the subject matter behind the poems more adequately, an interview with the poet, Patience Agbabi, was planned first by contacting her through www. patienceagbabi. wordpress.