in "to a louse" by robert burns, why does the speaker warn jenny against tossing her head?
In “To a Louse” by Robert Burns, the speaker warns Jenny against tossing her head because The speaker doesn't want her to seek help for her condition.
“To a Louse” by Robert Burns is a poem that focuses in the presence of a louse on the hair of a lady who is not even aware of the existence of it, for several stanzas Burns talks about the louse and makes an ode to the impact that it causes and where it goes, while in this stanza he begs the woman no to move since she could lose it.
The Speaker does not want her to send louse elsewhere
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