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    Spencer employed the depiction of Greek gods and goddesses to describe his marriage and events of that particular day. Although the marriage refers to aspects of Greek mythology as the events...

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    "Sonnet 78" is part of Spenser's Amoretti, a sonnet sequence of 88 sonnets, which, along with Epithalamion (1595), is believed to memorialize his courtship and marriage to Elizabeth Boyle. "Sonnet...

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    “Epithalamion” is a type of lyric poem known as a Spenserian sonnet. It was written by Spenser, so that makes sense. In a Spenserian sonnet, “the rhyme scheme is abab, bcbc, cdcd, ee”...

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    The Epithalamion is a beautiful love poem by the famous Renaissance poet Edmund Spenser that celebrates his intense courtship and marriage to Elizabeth Boyle. Epithalamion is known for its rich and...

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    T.S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral is both a fascinating retelling of the twelfth-century assassination of Archbishop Thomas Becket and a compelling call for resistance in the face of...

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    An epithalamion is a song or poem to celebrate a marriage. Usually addressed to the bride or groom or both, it is the poetic equivalent of the “best man’s” speech at a wedding party—it...

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    Edmund Spenser's poem, Epithalamion is a poem about his wedding. As has been the custom of poets for many years long before Spenser's time, love and marriage have been popular topics. Spenser was...

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    The link below will give you the most in-depth summary of this poem by e.e. cummings, but generally speaking, it is a long poem (24 stanzas of 8 lines each) all about the 24 hours of the poet's...

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    An epithalamion is a type of poem that has its origin in Greek nuptial day celebration poetry. Spenser wrote his Epithalamion to celebrate his wedding day although it was written three years after...

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    In Epithalamion Spenser celebrates the full cycle of life as it ranges from hours of a day (23 stanzas + 1 envoi) to the summer solstice ("With Barnaby the bright") to the movement of seasons,...

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    Edmund Spenser published Epithalamion in 1595 (Hollander and Kermode 323). In Greek epithalamion means marriage-song (literally "at the wedding chamber".) Spenser took his form for this poem from...

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