- Would you say that Lovers’ infiniteness is an idealistic poem? If so, what exactly is idealistic about it?
- Does this poem help you see what is metaphysical about Metaphysical poetry?
This presentation is very incomplete. What is missing?
Write an essay: The epiphany the young narrator experiences after seeing Viraf’s very ill father In “Of White Hairs and Cricket” causes a shift in the narrator´s perspective. Do you agree?
Write an essay: “She was a Phantom of Delight” can be said to capture the experience of falling in love, as the speaker is suddenly struck at the sight of a beautiful lady. Do you agree?