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Swinburne’s A Century of Roundels
Herbert F. Tucker

such. 4 At last, in line 11, our refrain verb comes back for its curtain call in a role that lines 9 and 10 have rehearsed in lower-case cameo: all Swinburne’s footwork comes down to the blunt aplomb of a main verb and the simplicity of the declarative mood. The flashy exhortation of apostrophic command (line 1) and the intricacies of trompe-l’oeil perceptual relativity (line 5) give final

in Algernon Charles Swinburne