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What a great poem with so much sadness.It broke my heart quite a few times and it mended it too.If one loves like Eloisa, one loves truly.If one writes like Pope, one writes truly.An undoubtful 5 5. #DOWNLOAD õ Eloisa to Abelard é Eloisa to Abelard was a verse epistle by Alexander Pope that was based on a well known Mediaeval story and published inIts immediate fame resulted in a large number of imitations throughout the rest of the century and other poems loosely based on its themes thereafter Eloisa to Abelard is an Ovidian heroic epistle inspired by the th century story of H lo se d Argenteuil s illicit love for, and secret marriage to, her teacher Peter Abelard, a famous Parisian philosopher some twenty years her senior After their affair and marriage, her family took brutal vengeance on Abelard and castrated him, following which he entered a monastery and compelled H lo se to become a nun Both then led comparatively successful monastic careers Years later, Abelard completed the Historia Calamitatum History of misfortunes , cast as a letter of consolation to a friend When it fell into Heloise s hands, her passion for him was reawakened and there was an exchange of four letters between them written in an ornate Latin style In an effort to make sense of their personal tragedy, these explored the nature of human and divine love Another genius.I come, I come prepare your roseate bow rs, Celestial palms, and ever blooming flow rs Thither, where sinners may have rest, I go, Where flames refin d in breasts seraphic glow Thou, Abelard the last sad office pay, And smooth my passage to the realms of day See my lips tremble, and my eye balls roll, Suck my last breath, and catch my flying soul Wow, an 18th Century British lit work that I actually liked. sighIt s hard to understand this kind of poetry if you ve never been in love But it s worse if you had the chance but were too afraid to try At least Heloise has the memories to remind her that she is still alive. As evidenced by my previous review of The Rape of the Lock, I was not too pleased with Pope, so I didn t expect to like this I surprisingly did I love Eloisa in history, she s awesome, and I would have liked the poem to have addressed her intellect scholarly pursuits but what can you expect from the guy who wrote about how silly it was that a girl was upset someone cut off a lock of her hair.Actually, despite not really demonstrating how smart she was, this poem still gives a sympathetic and d As evidenced by my previous review of The Rape of the Lock, I was not too pleased with Pope, so I didn t expect to like this I surprisingly did I love Eloisa in history, she s awesome, and I would have liked the poem to have addressed her intellect scholarly pursuits but what can you expect from the guy who wrote about how silly it was that a girl was upset someone cut off a lock of her hair.Actually, despite not really demonstrating how smart she was, this poem still gives a sympathetic and downright heartbreaking look into the emotions of someone who s been torn from someone she loves and can t keep her mind off of the heroic couplet scheme aa, bb, cc, dd, really fits with these feelings, and it s a genuinely emotional work that fortunately doesn t come down to something as angering as Rape of the Lock Good on you, Alex absolutely beautiful and tragic it s perfect, it s just so perfect i read this story and was immediately captivated by it and for a poem published in 1717 it s quite easy to read and understand too, once you translate a few words and get a hang of the style it s written in i would encourage everyone to read this, it s wonderful. How happy is the blameless vestal s lot The world forgetting, by the world forgot.Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind Each pray r accepted, and each wish resign d I found that quote tonight, started thinking about the movie, felt the relentless urge to forget some, many things but, considering the impossibility unless someone works at some Lacuna, Inc firm, in which case please, do share the specifics , decided to keep adding books to the pile.Jan 27, 19 Yet write, oh write me all, that How happy is the blameless vestal s lot The world forgetting, by the world forgot.Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind Each pray r accepted, and each wish resign d I found that quote tonight, started thinking about the movie, felt the relentless urge to forget some, many things but, considering the impossibility unless someone works at some Lacuna, Inc firm, in which case please, do share the specifics , decided to keep adding books to the pile.Jan 27, 19 Yet write, oh write me all, that I may join Griefs to thy griefs, and echo sighs to thine Nor foes nor fortune take this pow r away And now I ve read it The complete story hardly epitomizes love who am I to make a statement about it anyway but reading Pope s poem aloud, listening to every sound of Eloisa s musical hell, imagining every move, tear and thought, it s all a feast for the senses Maybe the biggest triumph of this weekend it sounds sad so I added the maybe is that I was able to overcome some rampant sentimentality I read it on one of my good days, apparently Ere such a soul regains its peaceful state, How often must it love, how often hate How often hope, despair, resent, regret, Conceal, disdain do all things but forget March 24, 18 Later on my blog Set up in the backdrop of the 12th century, this masterpiece of a work by Alexander Pope, depicts the misery of Eloisa within the confines of a monastery Her crime illicit love with her teacher Abelard She refuses to conform to the laws of the convent, expresses her undying love, and resentment for not being able to make it happen Abelard was castrated as punishment for loving her There is a thing about unrequited love which touches you deep down That feeling oozes unbounded throughout Th Set up in the backdrop of the 12th century, this masterpiece of a work by Alexander Pope, depicts the misery of Eloisa within the confines of a monastery Her crime illicit love with her teacher Abelard She refuses to conform to the laws of the convent, expresses her undying love, and resentment for not being able to make it happen Abelard was castrated as punishment for loving her There is a thing about unrequited love which touches you deep down That feeling oozes unbounded throughout Thank you Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind for letting me come across it How happy is the blameless vestal s lot The world forgotten by the world forgot.Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind Each prayer accepted and each wish resigned