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Sonnet XIX Analysis

Author: Poetry of Edmund Spenser Type: Poetry Views: 221

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THe merry Cuckow, messenger of Spring,

His trompet shrill hath thrise already sounded:

that warnes al louers wayt vpon their king,

who now is comming forth with girland crouned.

With noyse whereof the quyre of Byrds resounded

their anthemes sweet devized of loues prayse,

that all the woods theyr ecchoes back rebounded,

as if they knew the meaning of their layes.

But mongst them all, which did Loues honor rayse

no word was heard of her that most it ought,

but she his precept proudly disobayes,

and doth his ydle message set at nought.

Therefore O loue, vnlesse she turne to thee

ere Cuckow end, let her a rebell be.


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I don't get this threatening not to read your books thing. And why force yosurelf to read it if it creeps you out or you dislike it for whatever reason? Why would it stop you from reading the Anna books? That's juvenile. Nevada is not the only author I know who has tried another genre. I don't necessarily care for the other type as well (though sometimes I do), but I'm not going to complain about the author being so talented he or she can write more that one style of book! It doesn't take away from the books I DO love. I have to admit that I just can't get into 13 1/2, and am still waiting on my Anna fix, but do I criticize? No! It's just not a type of book that I care to read. (And I LOVE the Anna books, even though I almost had nightmares over Winter Study.) I was taught that if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all! x x

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

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When I was doing research for my new book "Writing for Children" I spoke to sreeval educational publishers to ask what they mean when they say (in their catalogues)that some specific books are written by 'real authors'. As far as I can discover they mean not written by their editors in-house, or written by well-known children's writers. It seems a strange term to use. Surely if a book is written by someone it is written by a real author- not an imaginary one!

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

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Sally, oddly enough, I also look at wriitng as a job, because it's the only way I can discipline myself enough to do it, though it's something I feel I have to - want to - do (and I certainly didn't write for many, many years). As to 'direct line to the muse', I'm not sure about this one. Obviously there's a tremendous amount of craft involved - years of apprenticeship, as it were - but I've had a lot to do with professional and student musicians, and all the technique and all the practise in the world can't produce a Bach or Heifetz if the gift isn't there.

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

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I know.They should bring me in as a cotulsnant. But maybe they don't want many entries. Of course, if there aren't many entries, there's more chance of winning...

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

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