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University of Saskatchewan
ENG 204
Alison Muri

EEBO – early English books online, it’s on - In the different versions of Easter Wings the shapes are different – the form o The first one looks like wings  Almost looks like two separate poems, due to running tittle  Creates an interesting process/problem  Normally we read down the page to the end but in this poem you end at the beginning. When interpreting the poem we are still with the difficulty of what did Herbert want done with it o Second is centred o Third is offset - Left alignment: the default for HTML o So you don’t get the shape it should be -- the wing - Writing [and especially print] makes language concrete and material -- Christ becomes the divine flesh o In the beGEORGE HERBERT - Easter Wings Lord, who createdst man in wealth and store,  Mankind is decaying with the original sin. Though foolishly he lost the same,  The poem follows the theme of decay within its Decaying more and more shape Till he became  Resurrection, given a second chance Most poor:  With Christ let mankind rise, could be the author With thee making a declare or the reader O let me rise As larks, harmoniously,  Internal life, the shall the fa
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