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|Conclusion A Lovers' Quarrel The words on Robert Frost's gravestone in |
Bennington, Vermont, read simply: "I had a lover's quarrel with the world." So too,
it seems to me, has political science (and indeed, America as well) been haunted
by a ...
|the world to succeed but he won't, and his life is caught in the spin cycle of drug |
and alcohol abuse. I said to her one day, ... Robert Frost has a great poem which
contains a line reading, "/ had a lover's quarrel with the world. " Well, some of us ...
|In 160 rambling lines on the world and its ages, Frost acknowledges much that |
might cause despair — "Earth's a hard place in ... Acceptance demands both: He
replies with words for his gravestone — "I had a lover's quarrel with the world.
|O Lord, grant us grace to have a lovers' quarrel with the worldwe love. ... canbe,|
so that there will bealittle more love, a littlemore beauty than wouldhave been
there had younot had your lovers' quarrel. ... rather than that which trivializes and
separates us, whoare willing tohave a lovers' quarrel with the world not forwhatit
|... MASS MASS A C H A C H Wilmington Wilmington 9 Harriman Res. Vernon |
Whitingham Vernon Whitingham Jaffrey Jaffrey 101 20 mi 0 0 20 km N
Peterborough Peterborough U S E TT S U S E TT S “I Had a Lover's Quarrel with
|Signs point the way to his tombstone, which reads simply, “I had a lover's quarrel |
with the world,” an epitaph that never ceases to amuse the church's many visitors.
East of here, the Bennington Museum, 75 Main St (Mon–Tues & Thurs–Sun ...
|Below his name is inscribed "I had a lover's quarrel with the world." The |
inscription below Elinor's reads "Together wing to wing and oar to oar." Afterword
We make ourselves a place apart Behind light words ROBERT AND ELINOR
|... I had a lover's quarrel with the world. (Frost 1973, 87) My life happened at the |
intersections of many cultures, fashioning in me a flexible comparative outlook,
an inexhaustible fountain of creativity that filled in the cracks left by the absence
|118 For most of their acquaintanceship, the relationship between the poet and |
the president had developed into an ... He described Frost in terms of one who
had a “lovers' quarrel with the world” — as a poet who “made his finest music out
|World, Gospel, Scripture : in Honor of David Buttrick David Buttrick, Thomas G. |
Long, Edward Farley ... WILLIAM J. CARL III For a long time now, the church in its
preaching has had a lover's quarrel with the world. From Paul on Mars' Hill to ...