- "You say you want to die for love, but you know nothing of death, and know nothing of love

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stealth: concealed manner of acting

edict: command issued by an authority
robustly: in a strong, powerful way
predisposed: inclined to something in advance
adaptation: processs of adjusting to suit one's surroundings
capricious: impulsive, unpredictable
tenacity: quality of holding persistently to something
fortitude: strenght of mind
resignation: submission
embody: visibly represent
stupor: state of mental numbness
stratagem: clever trick 
tribulation: great distress or suffering
rhetoric: grand but empty talk
speculative: based on guesses and theories rather than fact
proponent: person who pleads for or supports a cause
impede: to obstruct or hinder
taint: contaminate
hawthorn: spring-flowering shrub
spar: pole used to support ship's sails
want: need
thou owest: you own
untrimmed: stripped of beauty
temperate: moderate

The narrator see the judges say his name but does not hear what they say. Paraphrase ines 27-36. What are the narrator's thoughts, and hw do these thoughts affect him? 
"I began to imagine that it will feel better to be death, but then the judges vanished and the candles went out, and everything went black". The narrator's first thoughts are of death

Poe's words: Very suddenly there came back to my soul motion and sound
Paraphrase: I very quickly regained conciousness and was able to see and hear

Elizabethan English

Modern English

Thou

He

Art

Is

Wilt

Will

Canst

Can

Dost

Doth

Hadst

Had

Wouldst

Would

Didst

did

Thou

He

You

Speakest

Speaketh

Speak

Liest

Lieth

Lie

Lovest

Loveth

Love

Thinkest

Thinketh

think

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