How does the speaker feel about Celia in In Memoriam?
In the epilogue that ends the poem, Tennyson's speaker celebrates the marriage of his sister Cecilia to Edmund Lushington. The speaker feels that Cecilia is a beautiful and good young woman. He refers to her as the "perfect rose," and tells her husband:
For thee she grew, for thee she grows
For ever, and as fair as...
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