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Browse the following sections to chose a few poems to discuss in your response: Egyptian Love Poems, starting on page 76, Volume A Sappho, starting on page 635, Volume A Catullus, starting on page...

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Browse the following sections to chose a few poems to discuss in your response:

  • Egyptian Love Poems, starting on page 76, Volume Ali_bo.jpg
  • Sappho, starting on page 635, Volume A
  • Catullus, starting on page 940, Volume A
  • Classic of Poetry, starting on page 1340, Volume A
  • Medieval Lyrics, starting on page 315, Volume B
  • Classical Tamil Lyric, starting on page 855, Volume B
  • Classical Sanskrit Lyric, starting on page 943, Volume B
  • Hanshan (Cold Mountain), starting on page 984, Volume B
  • Tang Poetry, starting on page 1015, Volume B
  • The Man'yoshu, starting on page 1082, Volume B
  • The Kokinshu, starting on page 1104, Volume B
  • Indian Poetry after Islam, starting on page 92, Volume C
  • Petrarch and the Love Lyric, starting on page 164
  • Find two or three poems among the selections above that allow you to define the chiefelementsof lyric poetry: imagery, figures of speech, modes of address, approaches to love, strife, nature, or other recurring themes, or lyric structure (repetitions, oppositions, etc).
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David answered on Dec 25 2019
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Since the early ages, lyrical poetry has maintained its charm among the composers. The great romantic poets of the 1th century England, for example, found lyrical poetry as the best example of expressing their emotions. The chief elements of lyrical poetry in the 18th century included objectivity at first. The poets like Keats and Shelley were objective in their writing. They could use their ideas to produce the expected impacts on the readers objectively. For example, in Ode to a Nightingale,...
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