George Herbert 100 Poems

91 Discipline -- 92 The Invitation -- 93 The Posie -- 94 A Parodie -- 95 The Elixer -- 96 A Wreath -- 97 Death -- 98 Dooms-day -- 99 Heaven -- 100 Love (III) -- Glossary -- Sources -- Index of titles -- Index of first lines

George Herbert  100 Poems

Author: George Herbert

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107151457

Page: 169

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91 Discipline -- 92 The Invitation -- 93 The Posie -- 94 A Parodie -- 95 The Elixer -- 96 A Wreath -- 97 Death -- 98 Dooms-day -- 99 Heaven -- 100 Love (III) -- Glossary -- Sources -- Index of titles -- Index of first lines

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