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The Business Of A Life: George Herbert’s “Business”

Through Lent With George Herbert Tuesday After The Fifth Sunday Of Lent The interest in this next poem, as Ann Pasternak Slater notes, begins with the meter, “a remorselessly regular trochaic tetrameter catalectic” (and, yes, I have to look that … Continue reading

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