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Posted: 08.09.06, 12:41 PM
I’m inclined to agree with the last interpretation of Giles’s “The Poet’s Husband”: The poem is about a marriage, and while marriages are not perfect, they bring comfort. Of course, the husband has said some cruel things to his wife over the years. But at the same time he is quite tolerant—he knows that she is seeing another man and he allows it. I think that is the point of his looking at the “spot on the glass that she missed.” There are a few little spots in the marriage but overall it is translucent, like the window.
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