elegise


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compose an elegy

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The Trespasser, like Hardy's novels, elegises man's limitedness in the universe, as is explicit in the following passage of the novel: "Amidst the journeying of oceans and clouds and the circling flight of the heavy spheres, lost to sight in the sky, Siegmand and Helena, two grains of life in the vast movement, were travelling a moment side by side" (Lawrence, 1983, p.
His haul included a 16thcentury edition of the works of Geoffrey Chaucer worth pounds 35,000, a 1654 publication of poet John Donne's elegises and letters relating to the death of France's Louis XVI in 1793.