Daphne and other poems by Frederick Tennyson

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Published by Macmillan and co. in London and New York .

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Half-title: Daphne and other poems.

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Statementby Frederick Tennyson ....
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. l., 522 p.
Number of Pages522
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Open LibraryOL24174546M
LC Control Number08015255
OCLC/WorldCa3050395

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Athas is the recipient of the Sir Raleigh Award and the University of North Carolina's Lifetime Mentor Alma mater: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Daphne to Apollo. Imitated From The First Book Of Ovid's Metamorphosis Apollo. Abate, fair fugitive, abate thy speed, Dismiss thy fears, and turn thy beauteous head; With kind regard a panting lover view; Less swiftly fly, less swiftly I'll pursue; Pathless, alas.

and rugged is the ground, Some stone may hurt thee, or some thorn may wound. Colleen Courtney (5/17/ AM). Like this little poem. It makes me envision a girl playing hard to get and laughing at the fellow chasing her /5.

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She was the daughter of either the river god Peneus and Creusa, or the river god ing to the myth, she was beautiful and her beauty caught the attention of the god Apollo. Apollo, who according to some sources. .Poetry offers the power to transform the prosaic stuff of one’s personal past to myth and legend.

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Metamorphoses – Apollo and Daphne. Author: Ovid. The story is a part of the first book which clarifies how the crown originated as the symbol of triumph.

Ovid leaves the motivational line of this story to Cupid who is the god of love. The other arrow went to Daphne and the first one to Apollo. Apollo fell in love immediately while. The dichotomy of their expressions give the appearance that Peneus was attempting to rape Daphne, and this may be the case as this topic was addressed in other poems within the body of the 15 books of “Metamorphosis”(Fantham,p.

63). The poems record Zeus’s and other gods’ relations with mortals and nymphs, including those – Io, Cyane, Daphne – who undergo transformation in Author: John Self.

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Apollo was heart-broken at the loss of Daphne and to remember her for ever, he made the laurel the symbol of tribute to poets. The laurel became therefore the symbol of the god. Note that Pythia, the priestess in the oracle of Delphi, was chewing leaves of.

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