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Seventeenth century Lyric is the dominant poetic idiom in seventeenth century English poetry from John Donne to Andrew Marvell.
A German lyric poet of the period is Martin Opitz.EUROPE "New Love In Town" (Official Video HD) from LAST LOOK AT EDEN
Eighteenth century In the eighteenth century lyric poetry declined in England and France. The atmosphere of the English coffee-house or French salon, where literature was discussed, was not congenial to lyric poetry.
Kobayashi Issa is a Japanese lyric poet.
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Nineteenth century Portrait of William Wordsworth, by Benjamin Haydon In Europe the lyric emerges as the principal poetic form of the nineteenth century, and comes to be seen as synonymous with poetry itself.
Later in the century the Victorian lyric is more linguistically self-conscious and defensive than the Romantic lyric. Lyric poetry was popular with the German reading public between andas shown in the number of poetry anthologies published in the period. Twentieth century In the early years of the twentieth century rhymed lyric poetry, usually expressing the feelings of the poet, was the dominant poetic form in America,  Europe and the British colonies.
The English Georgian poets such as A. HousmanWalter de la Mare and Edmund Blunden used the lyric form.
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The Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore was praised by William Butler Yeats for his lyric poetry and compared with the troubadour poets, when the two met in After the Second World War the form was again championed by the New Criticism, and in the late twentieth century lyric once again became a mainstream poetic form. Modernism The dominance of lyric was challenged by American experimental modernists such as Ezra PoundT.
Defenders of lyric poetry in the early twentieth century saw it as an ally in the fight against mechanization, standardization and the commodification of human activities.
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In his tune about the end of a love affair reached number one in France but took a rather different lyrical tone from its later reincarnation. But that was enough for Canadian singer Paul Anka. The pair went out to dinner and Frank dropped a bombshell.
The Rat Pack guys, they liked to talk like mob guys. No longer an ode to failing love, in one night he had transformed it into a swaggering, powerful cry of defiance.
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Labour also recognise that this transitional arrangement would — for all its merits — be imperfect and prove unsustainable beyond a limited period. It would not provide a durable or acceptable long-term settlement for Britain or the EU. It would not provide certainty for either party.
It leaves unresolved some of the central issues the referendum exposed — in particular the need for more effective management of migration, which Labour recognise must be addressed in the final deal. That is why a transitional period under Labour will be as short as possible, but as long as is necessary.
It cannot become a kind of never-ending purgatory. That would simply create its own uncertainty and ambiguity. Instead, transitional arrangements must be a bridge to a strong and lasting new relationship with the EU — not as members, as partners. That new progressive partnership should be based on our common values and shared history.
It must extend far beyond trade and security to include education, science, technology, medicine and culture. It must be based on a deal that, as Labour made clear in our manifesto, retains the benefits of the customs union and the single market. How that is ultimately achieved is secondary to the outcome. Labour will not take those risks. We will always put jobs and the economy first. That means remaining in a form of customs union with the EU is a possible end destination for Labour, but that must be subject to negotiations.