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The Dolphins

by Carol Ann Duffy

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How does the poet Carol Ann Duffy raise her voice against destruction of nature and abuse of animals in her poem “The Dolphins”? Or, The Dolphins by Duffy is a protest against abuse of wildlife and exploitation of animals. Discuss.

Last updated January 13, 2021

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The poem “The Dolphins” by Carol Ann Duffy is a dramatic monologue that expresses the abuse of animals in the hand of man. Discuss.

Last updated December 28, 2020

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What is more important in life — freedom or captivity? Explain this in the light of the dolphins’ captivity in the poem ‘The Dolphins’ by Carol Ann Duffy.

Last updated February 11, 2020

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How is the world of thralldom or bondage depicted in Carol Ann Duffy’s poem “The Dolphins”?

Last updated January 28, 2019

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Explore the poem The Dolphins by Carol as a critique of Speciesism with regard to the way humans exploit the dolphins for their selfish purpose. Or, What is speciesism? How does Duffy criticize speciesism in her poem about the dolphins?

Last updated January 28, 2019

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In the poem “The Dolphins” Carol Duffy presents herself as an animal lover. What purpose does the poem “The Dolphins” serve for the poet Carl Ann Duffy? Or, What message does the poet want to convey to the readers through her […]

Last updated January 27, 2019

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Explain the line “There is a constant flowing guilt” from Carol Ann Duffy’s poem “The Dolphins”.

Last updated January 27, 2019

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