Renascence

• (n.) The state of being renascent. • (n.) Same as Renaissance.
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Renascence

[journal] Renascence is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by Marquette University English Department, in cooperation with the Philosophy Documentation Center. The journal examines the interaction between literature, moral philosophy, and theology - its subtitle is `Essays on Values in Literature`. It occasionally publishes special ...
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Renascence

[poem] `Renascence` (also `Renasance`) is a 1912 poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay, credited with introducing her to the wider world, and often considered one of her finest poems. The poem is a 200+ line lyric poem, written in the first person, broadly encompassing the relationship of an individual to humanity and nature. The narrator is cont...
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Renascence

Re¬∑nas'cence noun [ See Renascent , and confer Renaissance .] 1. The state of being renascent. « Read the Ph...nix, and see how the single image of renascence is varied.» Coleridge. 2. Same as Renaissance . « The Renascence...
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