Early 17th Century Elegy, Epigraph , and Friendship – Reading for Genre
Examine the poetry of Philips, Marlowe, Wroth, and Gray as examples of elegy, epigraph, and friendship.
How is the theme of honor common to all of these different forms of poetry? Provide three examples from the poems of images, themes, or symbols that pertain to honor. Is the meaning of honor the same or different in each example?
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Examining the theme of honor in poetry of Philips, Marlowe, Wroth, and Gray.
Philip at times appears to be possessed with the examining and investigative of the values that the social rituals and friendship. Most of his narrative work is designed to provide evidence of the core rule of the social rituals, he finally stops questioning the social rituals and concedes to honor their sore in society.
Mostly in elegy gene, Marlowe expresses pain and due honor to point out on the full of the humankind.