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Ceremony and Cosmos
Ceremony and Death
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Aeneid altar Anglican artistic attitude Baroque Ben Jonson bride Candlemass carpe diem Christ Christian Christian ceremony Christmas classical and Christian concern Corinna Corinna's Going couplet critic culture death death-rite devotion Dirge edition elements English epigrams epithalamium Ernst Cassirer eternal fairy poems Feast fire flaminica flowers flux function Genius gods Hawthorne Herbert's Herrick's poem Herrick's poetry Hesperides historical awareness Holy Hymenaei identification imaginative incense Jonson Julia Lares lines liturgical live London lord Marvell Marvell's May-Pole meditative metaphor mirth Nature and Art neo-pagan Noble Numbers offering pagan paradoxical pastoral performed perfume Perilla play playful poet poet's poetic contexts poetic cosmos priest principle proper ceremony provides Puritan reality religion religious Renaissance rites ritual Robert Herrick Roman sacrifice Rose Rosinus Saints sanctified sense seventeenth-century significance spirit stanza statement suggests Swardson sweet symbolic tension thee thou tomb tradition transcend typical verses Virgins vision wilde civility wine