Never-Ending Book Quiz
This stanza comes from a long poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning dealing with which poet? His surname is left blank in this quotation:
"It went up from the Holy's lips amid his
That, of the lost, no son should use those
words of desolation!
That Earth's worst frenzies, marring
hope, should mar not hope's fruition,
And I, on _______'s grave, should see his
rapture in a vision."
Choose the correct answer:William Blake William Cowper John Donne John Keats John Milton John Newton
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