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    In this poem, the poet is in prison. But he insists that while his body might be locked up, his soul is free. No prison, he says, can jail his spirit. In the first stanza, he says that he is free...

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  • To Althea, From Prison
    The author, Richard Lovelace, was imprisoned for political reasons, and this experience undoubtedly served as the inspiration for his poem "To Althea, From Prison." The overarching theme of the...

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