So gloz'd the Tempter, and his Proem
tun'd; Into the Heart of EVE his words made way, Though at the voice much marveling; at length Not unamaz'd she thus in answer spake.
I cannot better introduce the few poems which I shall present for your consideration, than by the citation of the Proem
to Longfellow's "Waif":
And it will seek to reimagine the allegorical and allegorized subject--the "gentlemen or noble person" the poem seeks to fashion "in vertuous and gentle discipline" (151)--not as the incarnation of transcendent forms of virtue but as the product of progressive and ongoing encounters with strange versions of the self in the poem's prismatic and fragmenting "mirrours more than one" (Spenser 2006, 3 proem
Mann moves next to the proem
to The Faerie Queene, which carefully renegotiates a famous hyperbaton in the first lines of Vergil's Aeneid, and she proceeds to Book VI, in which the same trope mediates the breaches in decorum met by, and brought on by, Calidore as the knight of Courtesy.
To outline this work, it begins with a proem
that covers the approaches to psychological inquiry employed in developing the nosology.
In Memoriam, he argues, is structured typologically, running backwards and forwards in time due to its dedication page marking the date of Hallam's death and its detached proem
dated 1849 (the only section to bear a date) that recants all that follows.
Aquinas, Commentary on Aristotle's Metaphysics, Proem
, in Division and Methods, Appendix 2, 88-89.
29) In the Proem
to Book 6, for instance, Spenser describes the "waies" through the "delightful] land of Faery," where "waies" refers in part to the narrative of the allegory itself.
She is on the Board of Directors of PROeM
Support Ministries, a stateside organization supporting a church-planting, evangelical ministry in Poland.
Not wishing perhaps to provoke Aba 1-Fad) who had shown great generosity to the poet, Ibn (Abbild praised his talents as a literary critic profusely in the proem
to his treatise.
In the proem
you generate petroleum coke, which is a spongy residual concentrated with carbon, sulfur and heavy meas.
Thus the volume's first essay--"The Decameron's All-Encompassing Discourse: Topoi of the Poet, Women, and Critics"--seeks to assess the Author's role in the Proem
, next at the beginning of Day One, in the Introduction to Day Four, and in the Author's Conclusion at the end of the masterpiece.