Lenore

`Lenore` is a poem by the American author Edgar Allan Poe. It began as a different poem, `A Paean`, and was not published as `Lenore` until 1843. ==Analysis == The poem discusses proper decorum in the wake of the death of a young woman, described as `the queenliest dead that ever died so young`. The poem concludes: `No dirge shall I uprai...
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Lenore

(from the article `Bürger, Gottfried August`) In 1773 Bürger published the ballad `Lenore,` a spectral romance in which a ghostly rider, posing as Lenore`s dead lover, carries her away on a ...
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Lenore

(from the article `Holtei, Karl von`) ...vividly described in his autobiography, Vierzig Jahre (1843–50; `Forty Years`). Two of his best plays, Der Alte Freiherr (1825; `The Old Baron`) ...
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Lenore

Lenore is an English name for girls. The meaning is `light, torch, sunray` The name Lenore is most commonly given to American girls. It is short for: Eleonora, Eleanor What do they use in other countries? Lian (Chinese) Ilya (Russian) Lior Elon El Elia (Italian) Iliane Ilane Ilia (German, English) Elin (Icelandic) Nore (Dutch) Elyn Eliana (Italian,...
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