Akshit Asked a Question
June 18, 2020 11:49 pmpts 30 pts
plz do tell theines chosen by Arnold for touchstone judgement & do tell the comparison he made
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  • Deb halder Halder thankyou
    From Milton's Paradise Lost Book One, “Care sat on his faded cheek . . .”, and “What is else not to be overcome . . .”
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    From non-Classical writers he selects from Henry IV Part II (III, i), Henry's expostulation with sleep – “Wilt thou upon the high and giddy mast . . .” From Hamlet (V, ii) “Absent ...
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  • Deb halder Halder thankyou
    Helen's words about her wounded brother, Zeus addressing the horses of Peleus, suppliant Achilles' words to Priam, and from Dante; Ugolino's brave words, and Beatrice's loving word...
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