Lenore

[ballad] Lenore, sometimes translated as Leonora, Leonore or Ellenore, is a poem written by German author Gottfried August Bürger in 1773, and published in 1774 in the Göttinger Musenalmanach. Lenore is generally characterised as being part of the 18th century Gothic ballads, and although the character that returns from its grave in the p...
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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 a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Torch` Where is it used? The name Lenore is mainly used In English.It is an abbreviated form of Eleonora, used In Italian.Eleanor, used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Leonora ( In Italian) See also In Spanish and In Portuguese: Leonor In Irish, English and In Scandinavian: No...
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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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