Madam President by Lane SmithA little girl imagines what her day would be like if she were Madam President. There would be executive orders to give, babies to kiss, tuna casseroles to veto (or VETO!)…and so much more! Not to mention that recess would definitely require more security.
With deadpan wit and hilarious illustrations, best-selling picture book creator Lane Smith introduces readers to an unforgettable new character.
Madam And Her Madam Analysis
Had to get breakfast, Dinner, and supper, too— Then take care of her children When I got through. Wash, iron, and scrub, Walk the dog around— It was too much, Nearly broke me down. Craving for the explanation of the final stanza. Hey would anyone know of any good resources for a student writing a paper on Langstons Madam poems? I really enjoyed this poem. Langston Hughes is an incredible poet. There is usually so much in his poems no matter how short or long they might be.
Edna Pickett's sophomore English class, circa Langston Hughes' poem, "Madam's Calling Cards" is from a twelve-poem series, titled "Madam to You," which offers a character study of a woman named Alberta K. The character, Alberta K.
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Madam and her Madam Analysis
This poem is told in the voice of a woman who works as a maid, cook, and nanny for a woman who is not mean but makes excessive demands of her. This poem is about the disjunction that can occur between a person's ideas and their behavior. The madam in this poem loves the maid but does not translate this love into a fair work arrangement. She expects the woman to take on the work of three people and, when questioned, responds with surprise to the idea that she is overworking her beloved maid. This poem shows how a loving demeanor can often belie an unquestioned abusive outlook. Browse all BookRags Study Guides. Copyrights Vintage Hughes from Gale.