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Sonnet XXVIII Analysis



Author: Poetry of Edmund Spenser Type: Poetry Views: 196

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THe laurell leafe, which you this day doe weare,

guies me great hope of your relenting mynd:

for since it is the badg which I doe beare,

ye bearing it doe seeme to me inclind:

The powre thereof, which ofte in me I find,

let it lykewise your gentle brest inspire

with sweet infusion, and put you in mind

of that proud mayd, whom now those leaues attyre

Proud Daphne scorning Phaebus louely fyre,

on the Thessalian shore from him did flie:

for which the gods in theyr reuengefull yre

did her transforme into a laurell tree.

Then fly no more fayre loue from Phebus chace,

but in your brest his leafe and loue embrace.










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I'm reading aneothr oldie but goodie right now; perhaps you know it: Walker Percy's The Moviegoer? Though I'm only half-way through, I'm already making plans to re-read it! The back cover contains an interesting reference to Russian literature, which may explain why Tolstoy's words still live within me .though I continue to read one novel after aneothr When The Moviegoer was first published in 1961, it won the National Book Award and established Walker Percy as one of the supplest and most deftly modulated new voices in Southern literature. In his portrait of a boyish New Orleans stockbroker wavering between ennui and the longing for redemption, Percy managed to combine Bourbon Street elegance with the spiritual urgency of a Russian novel. [emphasis added.]I found this interesting, in part, since the three contemporary novels I read concurrent with AK were devoid of spiritual themes, even though all featured the death of a significant character. It makes me wonder whether Tolstoy's interest in tackling the mysteries, is in part, what makes the story timeless and precious.I, too, look forward to reading upcoming reviews and reactions. Vanessa, thanks for your kind words regarding the post and for stopping by and leaving a comment. Thank God the political elections are behind us! Janell x x

| Posted on 2013-11-18 | by a guest


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I'm shcoked that I found this info so easily. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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Janell,This is just so interesting, that you jutpaxose the U.S. election with your reading of Anna K. As I'm living north of the 49th parallel, I'm glad I'm spared from having to face the dilemma. As for Anna K., it does offer a unique experience, doesn't it? And, for a book title as that, I'm quite surprised that Tolstoy has given Levin so much coverage, much more than Anna, just puzzling. And yes, thanks for reminding me about the mind of the dog. Tolstoy is indeed a master storyteller, superb psychoanalyst, and dog whisperer as well. You know, I finished the book a couple of weeks ago and I just set it aside, having the same feeling as yours, I need to distance myself from it in order to allow myself some clarity. There are so many thoughts, and, so many questions as well. However, I'm just amazed the holding power of a master's pen, how he can use stories and words to capture your attention and keep you curious and entertained throughout the 800+ pages.And I've enjoyed your sharing. Janell, please do repost this come Nov. 15 when we wrap up the Read-Along, adding more updates of your views, because by then, we'll know the results of the election. And, you might have the chance to see the film adaptation coming out in limited release the next day. Another post on the movie? I'd love to read your review!

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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What litnbarieg knowledge. Give me liberty or give me death.

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest


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I don't know what your talking about Liz. It's not stop exneimtct whenever we hang out. Let's spend three hours looking for a thai food place, chain smoke, get frustrated, and watch me cry.

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest




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