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  ELEGY - LoveToKnow Article on ELEGY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
On the other hand,the passion of love inspires Mimnermus, whose elegies are the prototypes not only of the later Greek pieces, and of the Latin poems of the school of Tibullus and Propertius, but of a great deal of the formal erotic poetry of modern Europe.
The elegy, in its calm movement, seems to have begun to lose currency when the ecstasy of emotion was more successfully interpreted by the various rhythmic and dithyrambic inventions of the Aeolic lyrists.
But it is curious to notice that all the elegies of these poets were of an an.iatory nature, and that antiquity styled the funeral dirges of Theocritus, Bion and Moschuswhich are to us the types of elegynot elegies at all, but idylls.
2.1911encyclopedia.org /E/EL/ELEGY.htm   (1251 words)

 Elegy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elegy was originally used for a type of poetic metre (Elegiac metre), but is also used for a poem of mourning, from the Greek elegos, a reflection on the death of someone or on a sorrow generally.
In addition, an elegy (sometimes spelled elegĂ­e) may be a type of musical work, usually in a sad and somber attitude.
Thomas Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Elegy   (119 words)

 Yellow Moon - Elegy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
An elegy is a lament, a formal poem of loss and grief which pays respect to the attributes of someone who has died.
By contrast, the modern elegy often focuses on private grief, reflecting the diminution of the role of public poetry in society.
Your elegy may be a formal poem for a public figure whose contribution to society you admire, or it may be a private poem for someone you loved and respected.
users.mullum.com.au /jbird/YM-elegy.html   (261 words)

 The UVic Writer's Guide: Elegy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The term elegy was usually used in classical times for love poetry written with a specific meter, and in the Renaissance it kept this sense with some variation.
However, since the seventeenth century elegy has come to mean a formal poem of lament and consolation concerning a particular person's death, or reflection on death in general (as in Gray's "Elegy in a Country Churchyard" [1751]).
Milton's "Lycidas" (1638) is an example of the pastoral elegy, in which the speaker and the person mourned are shepherds.
web.uvic.ca /wguide/Pages/LTElegy.html   (135 words)

 What is Elegy?
"By elegy we denote a tradition of poetry, in the elegiac metre, in which the poet speaks in his own person, usually to a specific addressee and in the context of a particular person or state of affairs.
Archilochus 13, the elegy on a shipwreck that affects the whole city, is addressed to Pericles...
But the form was that of a consolation, in which a series of famous exempla were introduced...; Antimachus was consoling himself on the death of his girl-friend.
classics.rutgers.edu /Lat327/def.html   (2040 words)

 The Love Books of Ovid: Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
ELEGY IV: Ovid, His Mistress And Her Husband Are All Bidden To The Same Supper.
ELEGY I: He Tells Wherefore, Instead Of The Wars Of The Giants, Which He Had Commenced, He Is Constrained To Sing Of Love.
ELEGY I: The Tragic And The Elegiac Muse Strive For The Possession Of Ovid.
www.sacred-texts.com /cla/ovid/lboo   (701 words)

 elegy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Elegy On "Stella" - Poems and Songs of Robert Burnsby Robert Burns Note To Mr.
Donne's "Elegy 19": the busk between a pair of bodies.
From Gray's 'Elegy' to Foscolo's 'Carme': highlighting the mediation and sublimation of the 'sepulchral.' (Thomas Gray, Ugo Foscolo) (Considerations on Italian Literature)
www.infoplease.com /ce6/ent/A0817022.html   (340 words)

 The Problem of the Funeral Elegy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The subject of the Elegy is a young man named William Peter, who was murdered near Exeter in January of 1612.
Furthermore, the style of the Elegy, though very fine, shows that the poet had not yet reached the full mastery of rhyming verse he would achieve in the Sonnets.
The poet refers to himself in the Elegy _ a presumptuous gesture in a poem of mourning, unless the author was himself a man of some importance.
www.everreader.com /problem.htm   (2742 words)

 ELEGY | Rockdetector
Dutch outfit ELEGY, a band that has carved out a strong reputation and a solid fan base in Europe over a succession of bombastic Progressive Rock releases, debuted in 1986 with their 'Matricide' demo, which was then followed by a further tape in 1988 entitled 'Better Than Bells'.
The same year ELEGY were able to tour Holland as support to KING DIAMOND and ANGEL WITCH.
ELEGY toured Japan, Holland, Germany and Belgium to promote the 'Labyrinth Of Dreams' release before undergoing a further line-up at the end of 1993 losing drummer Ed Warby to GOREFEST and was replaced by Dick Bruinenberg.
www.rockdetector.com /artist,2891.sm   (192 words)

 Elegy on Imam Husayn (a)
Any elegy (in the restricted sense in which we are speaking here) may strike a universal note; in fact that is one of the requirements of an elegy, but very few examples tend to survive as poetry or as something which would continue to evoke deep emotion.
In many later elegies on Husayn, the lament is put into the mouths of females of his family, Fatima, for instance, or Zaynab, and this recalls the pre-Islamic elegy.
Elegy for Husayn continues in Arabic in popular or dialect form as well, proof of the power of the martry to enter into and affect the life of the common people.
www.al-islam.org /al-serat/Elegy.htm   (4336 words)

 Edward Byrne: "To Recover the Poet: Larry Levis's 'Elegy,' 'The Selected Levis,' and 'The Gazer Within'"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In the twenty-five years between the release of Wrecking Crew and the posthumous publication of Levis's final collection of poems, Elegy, readers were able to witness a gradual maturation of the man and his increasingly masterful use of a distinctive poetic style which now stands as a model for other poets to follow.
An ongoing interest in the elegy and elegiac poetry is evident in an essay titled "Mock Mockers after That," originally delivered as a lecture by Levis at the Warren Wilson MFA Seminar for Writers in 1994 and included in The Gazer Within.
Levis acknowledges feeling a sense of "injustice," that his work may be praised or he might garner attention for each elegy or elegiac poem he has written about the deaths and losses of so many others, especially since those written about cannot control how they are portrayed by the poet.
www.valpo.edu /english/vpr/byrnereviewlevis.html   (6197 words)

 PVC Elegy Repaint
Preamble: Elegy here is yet another one of those animation mistakes from "Five Faces of Darkness"--in this case, a duplicate Cyclonus that was colored like Dirge.
Rather than simply follow Heroes of Cybertron Dirge's paint scheme, which is badly inaccurate, I devised a color model for Elegy based on his brief appearance in the episode.
(Clearly, Elegy is one of the most important among them, though, given that he fights by Cyclonus' side.
members.fortunecity.com /zobovor/pvc_elegy_repaint.html   (373 words)

 Russian Brides, Models - WELCOME TO ELEGY INTERNATIONAL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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www.elegy.com   (274 words)

 Lynch, Literary Terms — Elegy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The elegy, a type of lyric poem, is usually a formal lament for someone's death.
The term elegy is sometimes used more widely.
The last of these, an important Renaissance form, combines elements of the verse pastoral with the elegiac subject.
andromeda.rutgers.edu /~jlynch/Terms/elegy.html   (94 words)

Started back in 2004 without a doubt, ELEGY manage to unite Hardcore-Kids and Metalheads.
The originally unusual melodies and catchy structures are what makes ELEGY special and unique.
By creating that bridge, ELEGY have managed to become an integral part not only of "METAL" but of "HARDCORE" too.
www.myspace.com /elegymetal   (401 words)

 Little Elegy - A Tiny Zine for Tiny Lit
If you do happen to find any problems, just contact the websmith and he'll get it fixed straight away.
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This website is Copyright © 2003–2006 Little Elegy, all rights reserved.
www.littleelegy.com   (443 words)

 elegy. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Later taken up and developed in Roman poetry, it was widely used by Catullus, Ovid, and other Latin poets.
In English poetry, since the 16th cent., the term elegy designates a reflective poem of lamentation or regret, with no set metrical form, generally of melancholy tone, often on death.
Famous pastoral elegies are Milton’s “Lycidas,” on Edward King; Shelley’s “Adonais,” on John Keats; and Matthew Arnold’s “Thyrsis,” on Arthur Hugh Clough.
www.bartleby.com /65/el/elegy.html   (159 words)

 The Works of John Donne
Elegy XV: A Tale of a Citizen And His Wife [aka Elegy XIV]
Elegy XVII: On His Mistress [aka Elegy XVI]
Elegy XX: "To his Mistress Going to Bed" in Finnish Translation - Anniina Jokinen, tr.
www.luminarium.org /sevenlit/donne/donnebib.htm   (605 words)

 John Donne - Biography and Works
Elegy XV: A Tale of a Citizen And His Wife
He wrote cynical verse about inconstancy, poems about true love, Neoplatonic lyrics on the mystical union of lovers' souls and bodies and brilliant satires and hymns depicting his own spiritual struggles.
Whatever the subject, Donne's poems reveal the same characteristics that typified the work of the metaphysical poets: dazzling wordplay, often explicitly sexual; paradox; subtle argumentation; surprising contrasts; intricate psychological analysis; and striking imagery selected from nontraditional areas such as law, physiology, scholastic philosophy, and mathematics.
www.online-literature.com /donne   (919 words)

 The X-Files: Elegy - TV.com
A 'Tulpa' is a ghostly manifestation of a thought-form produced by the mind.
An elegy is a poem expressing grief for someone who is dead.
Although there are many actors who have played several different parts on the show within its 9 seasons, Christine Willes is one of the few to have a small recurring role as the same character.
www.tv.com /xfiles/elegy/episode/585/summary.html   (431 words)

 SobekPundit: Elegy
I've been meaning to post some of the pictures my wife and I took while we were there, and I just never got around to it.
Now it's more than just photoblogging, it's a tribute, an elegy, a lament for the Crescent City.
My wife and I used to go jogging on this street in Old Metairie.
sobekpundit.blogspot.com /2005/08/elegy.html   (557 words)

 The Thomas Gray Archive : Primary Texts : Poems : "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard"
1751: An Elegy wrote in a Country Church Yard.
1783: A Criticism on the Elegy written in a Country Church Yard.
1787?: The Grave, by Robert Blair; to which is added Gray's Elegy.
www.thomasgray.org /cgi-bin/display.cgi?text=elcc   (1336 words)

The second solo album from ROYAL HUNT main composer and keyboardist Andre Anderson, entitled Black On Black, will be released on in Europe on June 17th through Frontiers Records.
Handling all lead vocals on the CD is ELEGY singer Ian Parry, while other musician featured include Rene Realand (ex-WITCH CROSS) on guitar and Kaj Laege on drums.
This ninth Elegy album will again feature the collaboration of Patrick Rondat who joined band last year when they started recording their last album.
musica.mustdie.ru /en/band/elegy   (169 words)

 .: Metal Storm - Elegy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
IAN PARRY, who fronted the Dutch progressive metallers over the later half of their eight album career (State Of Mind, Manifestations Of Fear, Forbidden Fruit and Principles Of Pain) contacted BW&BK with the somber news that the band has decided to call it a day.
To date, the only North American show remains their appearance at the inaugural BW&BK 6-Pack Weekend, earlier this year.
Outside of ELEGY, Parry has busied himself with the multi-guest musician CONSORTIUM PROJECT discs, the final part of the sci-fi trilogy, Terra Incognita, is currently available through Century Media Europe.
www.metalstorm.ee /bands/view_band.php?band_id=elegy   (260 words)

 Ghost Sites: The Museum of E-Failure (Dead Web Site Screenshots)
This collection provides a partial, but revealing look at the latter half of the Web's 10 years of existence.
Annotations (Web Elegies) are included where possible in order to place each site in its historical context.
It is hoped that this exhibit - a sample of cultural product created by the dotcom era's lost wunderkind - provides some small iota of insight into the Web's possibly central role in the future history of Dead Media.
www.disobey.com /ghostsites/mef.shtml   (1061 words)

 Elegy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It is similar to Rachmaninov's Elegy Op.3 no.1, although this is probably easier!
Unfortunately, MIDI does not do justice to this work and the best way to hear it would be to print it off and play it on an acoustic piano.
This is a very nice piece, not reeeeeally like Rachmaninoff's Elegie but still good.
www.sibeliusmusic.com /cgi-bin/showscore.pl?scoreid=3318   (282 words)

 Elegy - Paul Whelan & David Harper - Buy @ OpusCDs.com music cd store   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Elegy - Paul Whelan & David Harper - Buy @ OpusCDs.com music cd store
OpusCDs.com Online Classical Music Store featuring the best classical music releases with mp3 samples, DVDs and merchandise.
Customers who bought Paul Whelan & David Harper - Elegy also bought
www.opuscds.com /cd/12647   (249 words)

THE NEW TROUBLES My first play 1955-59, set in the West of Ireland.
ELEGY A 1960 One Act play, set in a Manhattan Bar and Grill
A comedy in two parts, set in London
wbmcphil.home.pipeline.com /Elegy.htm   (2316 words)

I'm sorry for those people that liked to check the site occasionally.
1 line - Write a line in this Elegy
So I've stared at this screen for several days wanting to post something.
mylostelegy.livejournal.com   (2193 words)

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