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Collected Poems, 1909-1962 Setting & Symbolism

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Antwerpappears in Gerontion

City in Belgium

Golder's Greenappears in A Cooking Egg

Golders Green is an area in the London Borough of Barnet in London, England.

carbineappears in Coriolan - I. Triumphal March

A firearm that is shorter and less powerful than a rifle

Juliet's tombappears in Portrait of a Lady

Juliet's burial place - the Juliet of Romeo and Juliet.

cornetsappears in Portrait of a Lady

A brass wind instrument, smaller than a trumpet.

eau de Cologneappears in Rhapsody on a Windy Night

A fragrance or scent.

Boston Evening Transcriptappears in The

A daily afternoon newspaper from Boston, Massachusetts - published 1830 to 1941.

macaroonappears in Mr. Apollinax

A cookie or confection.

Cutlassappears in Gerontion

A short, thick saber.

Cycladesappears in Sweeney Erect

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