Thanatopsis

Than`a┬Ětop'sis noun [ New Latin , from Greek qa`natos death + 'o`psis view.] A view of death; a meditation on the subject of death. Bryant.
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thanatopsis

noun an essay expressing a view on the subject of death
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Thanatopsis

• (n.) A view of death; a meditation on the subject of death.
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Thanatopsis

(from the article `Bryant, William Cullen`) ...in pious doggerel; the political conservatism of his father stimulated `The Embargo` (1808), in which the 13-year-old poet demanded the ...
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thanatopsis

thanatopsis 1. An essay expressing a view on the subject of death. 2. A contemplation of death. 3. An expression of someone`s thoughts about death, e.g. in a poem. Thanatopsis by William Cullen Bryant (the last part) So live that when thy summons comes to join The innumerable caravan that moves To that mysterious realm, where each sha...
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Thanatopsis

`Thanatopsis` is a poem by the American poet William Cullen Bryant. ==Overview== The title comes from the Greek thanatos (`death`) and opsis (`sight`); it has often been translated as `Meditation upon Death`. Bryant wrote the bulk of the poem in 1811 at age 17, and it was first published in 1817 by the North American Review. He added the i...
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thanatopsis

view of or reflection upon death
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