How are feminism motives evident in poem No Thank You, John?

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No Thank You, John, is made up of eight quatrains. Six of which follow the pattern of iambic tetrameter within the first two lines of the stanza (four stressed syllables and four unstressed syllables), which is followed by a line of iambic pentameter (5 stressed and unstressed syllables) and the last line of the stanza only consists of six syllables. This helps to create a rhythm in the poem, adding to the colloquialism and light-hearted approach. However, stanzas four and five do not follow the same syllable pattern as the other stanzas. This creates a noticeable discourse for the reader and highlights a turn in mood. This takes place when the speaker takes up a sharper...
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