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Comments range from "I'll ne'er submission to my God refuse" ("On the Death of a Young Lady" 1802); to associations of death with dreamlessness and sleep ("To Caroline," 1805, and "The Tear" 1806); to immortality in remembrance through the power of the mind and memory ("Answer to a Beautiful Poem, Written by Montgomery" 1806), anticipating suggestions that the soul and the mind might be synonymous in Manfred a decade later; to speculating ("Love's Last Adieu
City of narcolepsy, city of machinations, city of public executions and prerecorded accompaniments and prenuptial agreements, city of basis points and in vitro fertilizations and squatter's rights and electro-convulsive therapy and dreamlessness and aberrations of need.