Natasha Threthewey Essays
Symbolism and Destructive Attitudes in "Genus Narcissus" 12th Grade
Finding and picking a flower may be a plain and straightforward task for many, but Natasha Trethewey suggests a deeper consequence in her poem “Genus Narcissus.” Trethewey employs the many different metaphors of a daffodil in tracking the...
Beyond the Tip of the Iceberg: An Analysis of the Remembrance of History in “Pilgrimage” College
Natasha Trethewey often writes about the relationship we have with the past, a shared history that many wish to remember and forget at the same time. This internal conflict of memory presents itself throughout “Pilgrimage” in unexpected contrasts,...