Wyatt&Surrey - • “hold the wind” it’s...

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11/02/2008 22:25:00 “The Long Love that in my thought doth harbor” Love is a battle—he is a warrior He shows his love in his face-boldly. She wishes that he wouldn’t show it like he does “reason, shame, and reverence”. He flees, but he is going to spend the rest of his life loving her. “For good is the life ending faithfully”. Since the conceit is the battlefield, he wants to  “die” honorably—love her forever, even if the outcome is bad. “Whoso list to hunt” Page 350 He knows where hunters can find deer---if someone is looking for a woman to love,  then he knows the experience all too well. He’s sick of the hunt—he can’t capture her; she does not love him back. He cannot stop chasing her because he loves her so much.
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Unformatted text preview: • “hold the wind” - it’s impossible to catch her • Caesar—Henry VIII… Henry VIII loves Anne Boleyn, so she is off limits to everyone else. • She is unattainable. • “And wild for to hold, though I seem tame”—she seems calm, but there is more to her than what meets the eye. AKA there is no way that he will ever have her. Surrey: “Love that Doth reign” • He is overcome with love—beaten up by it. • She wants him to stop loving her • “taketh his flight”—his purpose is lost. • He might feel guilty for still loving her, but he will continue to do so. • “Sweet is the death that taketh end by love”—living a life full of love is worth the pain. 11/02/2008 22:25:00 ← 11/02/2008 22:25:00 ←...
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course ENG 316K taught by Professor Kruppa during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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