Fleeting Things: English Poets and Poems, 1616-1660
Harvard University Press, 1990 - 394 էջ
Offers new interpretations of poems by Milton, Jonson, Herrick, and Lovelace, and looks at five themes in seventeenth century English poetry.
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action appear ballad become begins Bermudas body Buckingham called century Charles Charles's church close comes common contrast court dead death describes doth English epigram example experience eyes face fair fall fear final follow give given hair hand hath head heart Herbert Herrick hope idea ideal John Jonson keep kind king king's lady least leave light lines live look lost means Milton mind move nature never offer once opening peace perhaps piece play poem poet poetry political possible praise present proverb Puritan reader rest restoration rose seas seems sense Shakespeare ship soul stand stanza sweet thee things thou thought tion true turns unto verse whole wind write written