Answer to Question #197405 in English for yoonie

Question #197405

Read the poem “Adam”, by Hugh Cook critically. Criticize it using formalistic and feministic approaches. (minimum of 250 words)

“Eden is boring.

Nothing explodes.

There are no trains to fall off the tracks.

And Adam finds himself

With something missing.

Comic books? Broadband?

Balsamic vinegar? Pachinko?

Razor blades? Plasma TV?

He's aware of an itch

And scratching

Has yet to be invented.

He eyes the fruit, The One Forbidden Thing.

"Not yet," says the serpent,

Who's seen the script.

But Adam is engineered for impatience:

Quests, missions, objectives,

Grails unholy or otherwise.

"Out!" says the angel.

And Adam shrugs, Loses the core,

Strides to the open gate.

Something on two legs Is running after him.”

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