Unformatted text preview: speaker hears sounds and horns. The speaker ritually banishes melancholy and disease. The speaker walks in the evening under wood, ancient dark and deep, and hears curfew bells. 3. The two poems are simply presenting two equal lifestyle choices. "L'Allegro" is much into bodily satisfaction and earthly pleasures which is the inverse of what "IL" depicts as it is much of the joy that one gets from within. (Tate, 1961) References 1. Schell, E. (2012). Who said that--Hamlet or Hamlet?. Shakespeare Quarterly, 24(2), 135. doi: 10.2307/2868852 2.Jamal Ameen, R. (2015). An Analysis of Repeated Allusions in Selected Shakespeare’s Tragedies. International Journal Of Literature And Arts, 3(5), 88. doi: 10.11648/j.ijla.20150305.14 3.Tate, E. (2010). Milton's "L'Allegro" and "Il Penseroso"-Balance, Progression, or Dichotomy. Modern Language Notes, 76(7), 585. doi: 10.2307/3040040...
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