a Hymn to bacchus A poem by Robert Herrick

Poem Analysis: In the poem"A hymn to Bacchus: he speaker is resisting to drink the wine of Dionysus a good of the speaker explains that me re's no pleasure in drinking something an an ungenerous amount. The speaker had only drank to please Hercules, but he had ran out of wine to please some one. Then the speaker begs Dionysus for more, and in return the speaker gives Dionysus daffodils. In conclusion the is hymn was used to persuade Bacchus to give him wine for the festival of Bacchus.

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