Essay heading: A Comparison And Contrast Of Love In Christopher Marlowe's "the Passio
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April 25, 1997
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6 / 1441
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The speaker "handle(s) dainties on the docks"
(5) , showing that his work likely consists of moving crates as a dock worker.
He extends his affection through the emphasis of his love and how it has endured
and survived all hardships. He uses the truth of his poor and difficult
situation as a tool to entice his love...
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He uses the truth of his poor and difficult
situation as a tool to entice his love.
In the "Passionate Shepherd", the speaker offers his lover a multitude
of delights to persuade her emotions in his favor. At the very beginning of the
poem he states his intention that "we will all the pleasures prove" (2) ,
creating a basis upon which all his promises are centered...
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