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Answered a Question in Macbeth
This quote is a speech by Lady Macbeth, wife of Macbeth. In this play, Lady Macbeth urges her husband to kill Duncan, the king of Scotland, so that they might usurp the throne. In this particular...
Answered a Question in Gerard Manley Hopkins
Hopkins's view of the interplay between God and his creations are best described by the terms "inscape" and "instress." Hopkins coined these terms himself. Inscape describes the uniqueness of all...
Answered a Question in Lycidas
Lycidas is considered to be the archetypal pastoral elegy in English; as a result, it embodies many of the characteristics of the pastoral. One of the major pastoral elements of the poem is that...
Answered a Question in John Donne
In his poem "The Good Morrow," Donne's main vehicle to describe his vision of love is spatial; he uses many maps, globes, and locations in the poem, and they are his way of understanding the nature...
Answered a Question in To Autumn
As your question presupposes, there are different types of discourse going on in this poem. In the first stanza, the speaker is merely describing autumn, and he uses a great deal of physical,...
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