Poetry and its Forms

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Poetry and its Forms

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Images and other files that chronicle our class's study of poetry and its forms, archival and otherwise.

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Items in the Poetry and its Forms Collection

Poems on Several Occasions (1696)
Miscellany. Poems on several occasions by the Duke of Buckingham, The late Lord Rochester, Sir John Denham, Sir George Etheridge, Andrew Marvel, Esq., the famous Spencer, Madam Behn, and several other poets of this age.

George Herbert's "The Altar"
Similar to his poem, "Easter Wings," Herbert's "The Altar" uses form to mirror the content or meaning of the text. In "The Altar," the speaker describes an altar comprised of his "heart" (line 2) and "cemented with tears" (line 2). Essentially, the…

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