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July 6, 2020 1:13 pmpts 30 pts
Edmund Spenser , in Epithalmion, repeatedly ends stanzas with one line : The woods Shall to me answer and my Eccho ring , That all the woods may answer , and your echo ring , that all the woods shall answer and theyr eccho ring. what do these lines imply respectively by appearing in the last line of each stanza ?
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  • Deb Halder Best Answer
    EPITHALAMION is a marriage song which celebrates his marriage with ELIZABETH BOYLE in 1594. The poem celebrates various rituals of the.marriage and the poet thinks that the happine...
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    Deb Halder
    READ Faire Queene too. A broad knowledge of the same will do