FILLING B - How your other chosen poem illustrates this point.

BREAD - Your conclusion about this point.

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"Mitford compares West's Monody on Queen Caroline, Dodsley's Collection of Poems, vol. ii:

''Ah me! what boots us all our boasted power,
Our golden treasure, and our purple state?
They cannot ward th' inevitable hour,
Nor stay the fearful violence of fate.''
This Monody directly followed Gray's three odes, , , in Dodsley."

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" compares Waller, To Zelinda 19-26, and points out that G[ray].'s Cromwell () was originally Caesar. Waller's lines deal with Caesar and Alexander: 'Great Julius, on the mountains bred, / A flock perhaps, or herd, had led: / He, that the world subdued, had been / But the best wrestler on the green. / 'Tis art, and knowledge, which draw forth / The hidden seeds of native worth'. See also Fourdrinier's frontispiece to Robert Dodsley's A Muse in Livery (1732) which depicts the poet reaching vainly up towards Happiness, Virtue and Knowledge, one hand being chained by Poverty to Misery, Folly and Ignorance, and one foot weighted down with Despair."

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"Reins Pembroke and Wharton MSS., but in the former MS. Rod is inserted in margin. Reins is printed in the first edition."

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"This stanza is altered from the second of the rejected stanzas quoted above as coming after in the Original MS.; and in that MS. instead of this stanza (lines 93-96) there are two, the entry in the MS. being: - ''For thee who mindful, etc., as above,'' i.e., the remainder of the rejected stanza, and after that the following: -

''If chance that e'er some pensive spirit more
By sympathetic musings here delayed,
With vain tho' kind inquiry shall explore
Thy once loved haunt, this long deserted shade.''"

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"If chance that e'er some pensive spirit more
By sympathetic musings here delayed,
With vain tho' kind enquiry shall explore,
Thy once loved haunt, this long deserted shade. -
Mason MS."

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"If chance that e'er some pensive spirit more
By sympathetic musings here delayed,
With vain tho' kind enquiry shall explore,
Thy once loved haunt, this long deserted shade. -
Mason MS."

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"In Fraser MS. Gray thus writes: 'For Thee, who mindful &c.: as above.' He meant to bring in the second of the four rejected stanzas, followed by this, (Fraser MS.):

If chance that e'er some pensive Spirit more,
By sympathetic Musings here delay'd
With vain, tho' kind, Enquiry shall explore
Thy once-loved Haunt, this long-deserted Shade.
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"The 'thee' who relates the 'artless tale' is somewhat ambiguous. Presumably Gray is referring to the unnamed individual who is writing the Elegy, but he may have had in mind merely an idealized rustic poet who is described in the succeeding stanzas. When he first began the poem it is likely that he had the former interpretation in mind, but as he revised it over a rather long period he may have changed his views and also, because of the very intensity of the care which he lavished on minor revisions, may very likely have overlooked the ambiguous reference of 'thee'."