A Comparison And Contrast Of Love In Christopher Marlowe's "the Passio

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Using the natural setting of the poem as the framework for this idealistic lifestyle, the speaker furnishes his love through the use of natural objects such as clothes and accessories. He describes "A gown made of the finest wool / Which from our pretty lambs we pull" (13-14) and "Fair lines slippers for the cold / With buckles of the purest gold" (15-16) to influence his love's decision...
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He describes "A gown made of the finest wool / Which from our pretty lambs we pull" (13-14) and "Fair lines slippers for the cold / With buckles of the purest gold" (15-16) to influence his love's decision. His gifts continue with "A belt of straw and ivy buds / With coral clasps and amber studs" (17-18) to soften her heart in his favor...
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