Human Croquet - Poem and A Good Game for a Party Summary & Analysis

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Poem and A Good Game for a Party Summary

Poem

The excerpt from a poem tells of three roads. One road is the way of wickedness. The second road is the way of righteousness. The third road is the way to "fair Elfland".

A Good Game for a Party

The instructions for the game called Human Croquet involve two groups of people, those wearing blindfolds and those not. The people wearing blindfolds function as the croquet balls, and they are directed by those not wearing blindfolds.

Poem and A Good Game for a Party Analysis

Poem

The excerpt comes from the ballad Thomas the Rhymer.

The purpose of the excerpt seems to be that there are three basic choices: the right way, the wrong way, and the richer and more beautiful route of imagination. Isobel is an example...

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