Marvell old pastoral poetry quotes 1600s

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Last updated: December 17, 2019

the royal court and the established church
What marvell attacked in society

political verse satire
Marvell’s style of lyrics

pernicious
How Marvell views the effect of women

“the impulse to expression” (Elizabeth Donno)
Why Andrew Marvell may be regarded as a Romantic

“chaste and chiselled accuracy” (Elizabeth Donno)
Why Andrew Marvell may be regarded as a Classicalist

“to win the palm, the oak or bays”
‘the garden’

men who pursue awards for war, statesmanship and poetry
How Hollander interprets the quote “to win the palm, the oak or bays”

satiation of men’s sexual desire
What the purpose of women could be interpreted as in ‘the garden’

“uncessant labours”
‘the garden’

“to weave the garlands of repose”
‘the garden’

“fair quiet, have I found thee here, – And innocence”
‘the garden’

“only among the plants will grow”
‘the garden’

“society is all but rude, – to this delicious solitude”
‘the garden’

“No white nor red was ever seen- So am’rous as this lovely green”
‘the garden’

“how far these beauties hers exceed”
‘the garden’

“that mortal beauty chase – still in a tree did end their race”
‘the garden’

“What wondrous life is this I lead! – ripe apples drop about my head”
‘the garden’

“Into my hands themselves do reach”
‘the garden’

“withdraws into its happiness”
‘the garden’

“ensnared with flowers, I fall on grass”
‘the garden’

“annihilating all that’s made – to a green thought in a green shade”
‘the garden’

“after a place so pure, and sweet”
‘the garden’

“luxurious man..

. – did after him the world seduce”

‘the mower, against gardens’

“where nature was most plain and pure”
‘the mower, against gardens’

“he first enclosed within the garden square”
‘the mower, against gardens’

“with strange perfumes he did the roses taint”
‘the mower, against gardens’

“the tulip, white did for complexion seek, and learned to interline its cheek”
‘the mower, against gardens’

“forbidden mixtures there to see”
‘the mower, against gardens’

“where willing nature does to all dispense – a wild and fragrant innocence”
‘the mower, against gardens’

“my mind was once a true survey – of all these meadows fresh and gay”
‘the mower’s song’

“When Juliana came, and she – what I do to the grass does she to my thoughts and me”
‘the mower’s song’

“But these, while I with sorrow pine, – Grew more luxuriant and fine”
‘the mower’s song’

“unthankful meadows”
‘the mower’s song’

“while I lay trodden under feet”
‘the mower’s song’

“I and all – will in one common ruin fall”
‘the mower’s song’

“shall now heraldry become- with which I adorn my tomb”
‘the mower’s song’

“ye living lamps”
‘the mower to the glow-worms’

“all the summer night – her matchless songs does meditate”
‘the mower to the glow-worms’

“officious flame”
‘the mower to the glow-worms’

“for she my mind hath so displaced – that i shall never find my home”
‘the mower to the glow-worms’

“with love of Juliana stung”
‘Damon the mower’

“sharp like a scythe his sorrow was”
‘Damon the mower’

“only the snake, that kept within, – Now glitters in its second skin”
‘Damon the mower’

“this heat the sun could never raise”
‘Damon the mower’

“Juliana’s scorching beams”
‘Damon the mower’

“hot desires”
‘Damon the mower’

“joining my labour to my pain”
‘Damon the mower’

“depopulating all the ground”
‘Damon the mower’

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