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  1. ... 35 appeals: No more be griev’d at that which thou hast done: Roses have thorns, and silver fountains mud; ...

    6 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 20/07/2016

  2. The author's name is Jonson (no "h" in it). Yes, the speaker of the poem (who is not necessarily the same person as the real-life author) is, as you said, battling with himself over sin. I see no evidence to suggest that he doesn't believe in a...

    2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 01/08/2015

  3. ... Endings: -t, -st, -est. Examples: Thou art, thou hast, thou wast, thou hadst. Thee Case: Objective. Example...

    3 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 29/05/2015

  4. You set yourself too difficult a task by sticking slavishly to the one rhyme throughout, which is not justified by the subject matter. The result is unintentionally comic. Also, you use "thee" incorrectly every time: it should be "thou" as subject of...

    1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 05/03/2015

  5. Ellen Douglas, 'the Lady of the Lake' is hiding with her outlawed father, the Earl of Bothwell in 'the Goblin's cave' - which naturally has a 'flinty' or stony floor where they have to sleep...

    2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 25/12/2014

  6. I'd read it as a parable of humanity's attitude to the Abrahamic God over 3000 years. What the narrator says in the first three visits all assume God's superiority, as master, creator, and object of worship. In the last one, which...

    4 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 09/11/2014

  7. There are seven feet per line; so this poem is an example of dactylic hexameter. Wyatt was known for sticking strictly to the metrical patter, so there are actually no metrical variations in the entire poem. This was very unusual...

    1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 02/04/2014

  8. it appears to be a tale of a person who has a good amount of emotional battle scars and that is in the mental place pondering on how to make the pain being to stop and life to continue in a better way

    3 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 06/03/2014

  9. The speaker of the poem is a priest (that is, he wears the priest's uniform, which includes the round white COLLAR, hence the title). He wants to quit his job and go farting around in the world and have fun, instead of being tied down to life...

    4 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 27/02/2014

  10. Rhetorical Analysis: Upon the Burning of Our House by Anne Bradstreet http://www.studymode.com/essays/Rhetorical-Analysis-Upon-The-Burning-Of-1327854.html...

    1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 16/02/2014

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