What is the central idea of the poem Daddy?

What is the central idea of the poem Daddy?

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    In her poem “Daddy,” Sylvia Plath expresses her personal feelings towards her father through passionate and occasionally painful analogies. The speaker of the poem begins by strikingly portraying her father in a variety of ways. He is simultaneously a Nazi, a fascist, a vampire, and the “black shoe” she was imprisoned in. She was trapped by his life both when he was living and ever since he passed away. She is attempting to fight against the way he holds her back and confines her. To get away from her father, she must “murder” him.

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