We have a lot on our plates tomorrow Marvell-wise, but tomorrow is also the last day of what has essentially been a 9-week overview of 17th-century poetry. So take a moment to reflect on where what we've read and discussed so far and try to develop some general ideas about this body of writing.
there any central conflicts, struggles, or preoccupations that seem to
hold this diverse group of poems together as a coherent group?
What are the primary conversations taking place in seventeenth century poetry?
you were to tell a little two-minute story about 17th-century English
poetry (if, say, someone were to put you on the spot and force you to), what would it sound like?