English 1022E Lecture Notes - Topographical Poetry, Blank Verse, Wax Tablet

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Take and eat in remembrance that christ died for you, and feed on him in thy heart with thanksgiving - anglican communion service. And i (jesus) say unto thee, that thou art peter, and upon this rock shall i build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against us - matthew 16:18. The chorus would deliver part of the speech, then go over to the other side of the stage, deliver another part, go to the middle of the speech and deliver the final part (stand) Wordsworth presents an idea and argument, then counter turns and produces an idea to counter it, then makes a stand based on the last two parts. Wordsworth"s adaptation of the ode is consistent with the ethos of romanticism which surrounds it. A poem that describes a particular place, time and from a particular perspective. Traditionally topographical poems were written in rhymed couplets.

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