The Garden- Andrew Marvell
- " How vainly men themselves amaze"
- "sacred plants"
- "fond lovers, cruel as their flame"
- "no name but your own be found"
- "mortal beauty"
- "what wondrous life is this i lead!"
- "i fall on grass"
- "without a mate"
- "a place so pure and sweet"
- womens effect on nature, damnation of women, sinful, fall of man, at one with nature, body and spirit, religion, pastoral lifestyle, idyll, garden of Eden, heavenly, bliss
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The Mower, against Gardens- Andrew Marvell
- "Luxurious man... did after him the world seduce"
- "where nature was most plain and pure"
- "with strange perfumes he did the roses taint"
- "flowers themselves were taught to paint"
- "forbidden mixtures"
- "adulterate fruit"
- mans control over gardens, artificial, not what god intended, nature most pure when left to grow oganically, lustful, luxury, materialistic, sinful, interbreeding
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The Mower's Song- Andrew Marvell
- "when Juliana came, and she what I do to the grass, does my thoughts and me."
- "but these, while I with sorrow pine, grew more luxuriant still and fine"
- "unthankful meadows"
- "in one common ruin fall"
- "I will adorn my tomb"
- fall of man, nature does not reflect his feelings, although he is sad nature continues to grow happily and freely, all because a woman tempted him and said she did not love him, sinful women who tempt- Eve, wants to die, suicide?
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The Mower to the Glow-Worms- Andrew Marvell
- "your courteous lights in vain you waste"
- "for she my mind hath so displaced"
- "I shall never fond my home"
- destructive and distracting nature of love,
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Paradise Lost, Book IX- John Milton
- "this garden, still to tend plant, herb, and flower, our pleasant task enjoined"
- "looks intervene and smile"
- "God hath asigned us"
- messing with nature, Eden, Adam and Eve, temptress, sinful.
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