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“Guerrieri: Easter-Day (2005) (PDF, 2 pages, 115 Kb) posted by Matthew @ 9: 55 AM”
“The sun trembles in his own soft rays, till one understands the old English tradition, that he dances on Easter-Day.”
“The one-hundredth anniversary of the election of Bishop Seabury fell on Easter-Day (being also the Festival of the Annunciation),”
“Before the benediction, the Bishop read the special thanksgiving set forth for Easter-Day.”
“Christmas-Eve and Easter-Day" is a beautiful poem, filled with thought, humor, and imagination.”
“It was five years a building, and when finished in 408, the holy bishop performed the consecration of it on Easter-Day with the greatest pomp and solemnity.”
“Joy dawned again on Easter-Day,  t7. t71.h556-p0.6”
“And to hearten his company he feasted them that Easter-Day (22nd March) with great cheer and cheerfulness, setting up his rest upon that attempt.”
“The speaker in Christmas-Eve is a genial if caustic observer, submitting with robust tolerance to the specks in the water which quenches his thirst; the speaker of Easter-Day is an anxious precisian, fearful of the contamination of earth, and hoping that he may “yet escape” the doom of too facile content.”
“This was peculiarly the case in the remarkable Christmas-Eve and Easter-Day (1850), the first-fruits of his married life, and the most instinct of all his poems with the mingled literary and religious influences which it brought.”
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