References in periodicals archive ?
The poem thus ends with the inexorableness of death, and Margaret's inevitable demise, a "colder" realization the "older" and more callous heart/speaker discloses to her: "It is the blight man was born for, / It is Margaret you mourn for.
To answer these questions with any certainty would imply that we are little more than vestigial appendices, along with our prefix "post," to the programmatic conviction that made modernity and coloniality indubitable, even in the inexorableness of the impossibilities they took to be their crucible and via negativa.