Characteristics of Metaphysical Poetry?


Metaphysical poetry is a type of lyric poem. The characteristics of metaphysical poetry is about analyzing emotions Instead of expressing emotions. Metaphysical poetry is concerned with man's overall experience.
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Some characteristics of the genre: Except for Milton, all poets in this school are said to have wit: a sort of alliance between levity and seriousness. As the term metaphysical implies
Metaphysical poetry is brief and concentrated in its meaning,
Metaphysical poetry is a term applied to many poets who wrote in a rather difficult and abstract style during the 1600's. John Donne and Andrew Marvell are probably the best known
Three distinction of metaphysics is that : it is not directly observable but only deduced or induced, it is relating to what is underneath the physic (still indirectly) and it is
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Metaphysical poetry refers to a type of very intellectual poetry that was common in the 17th century. This type of poetry was known for bold and ingenious conceits ...
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