Formal Feelings- The Sonnet 1

Formal Feelings- The Sonnet 1 - leaves have grown lr, 1928...

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d? ange and cold. he reached for me. I fled. onto the gravel. still. ace. u’ll bury us all! wsill: silvery, pliable. eel! of a proletarian novel 6 , rucible, d, d of good and evil, and obeyed. cester in Shakespeare’s King Lear , gives to himself when he madman t leaves have grown let them die, yes, yes, I am earth’s no less. roam the corridors, home. No sound. The brilliant efore wide open doors. allpaper—cream, medallioned wn—brings back the first nightmares, s and Emma, sepia-faced, th carried upstairs n fats I could not taste. ame a boarding school. ceiling’s allegory ay actually be allowed g; or, from my window, cool ent of the entire story, stretch and sink in cloud. or, 1928 pres candidate. José Maria Sert y Badia 1876-1945, Spanish painter/muralist, decorate NY’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel 1930 The Broken Home 1 by James Merrill (1966) Crossing the street, I saw the parents and the child At their window, gleaming like fruit With evening’s mild gold leaf. In a room on the floor below,
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course ENGLISH 196-235-20 taught by Professor Dickey during the Winter '10 term at UCLA.

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