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NO USE DENYING IT – I’M A FLAT FAILURE. EVERYTHING I’VE TRIED HAS FAILED! I OUGHT TO BLOW MY BRAINS OUT
POOR OL’ BOY! I FEEL SORRY FOR ’IM…
A discussion of an essay submitted to consider the presentation of Januarie and May at a turning point in the poem.
The discussion is 35 minutes long and there is a slight corruption of the file at the end of the session. 15 more words
Andrew Marvell the “son of a Church of England clergyman, […] grew up in Yorkshire, attended Trinity College, Cambridge” and eventually “took his degree in 1639.”(Abrams 678) “In 1641 […] his father drowned in the Tide of Humber—the estuary at Hull, made famous by ‘To His Coy Mistress’”(“Andrew Marvell.”). 1,307 more words