'A Fit Of Ryme Against Rhyme'

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The overall meaning of “A Fit of Rhyme Against Rhyme” is that poets, should rather than ignore rhyme, accept it as something that has importance and tolerate its presence.

The poem, A Fit of Rhyme Against Rhyme, by Edgar Allan Poe, states,” All good poetry hence was flown / And art banish’d, (Jonson line 14-15)” which has a tone of being disappointed since poetry seemed to evolve and all the originality seemed to disappear in the authors perspective. The text that shows a tone of frustration would be when it says, “Not a line deserving praise, / Pallas frowning, (Jonson line 29-30)” because with all the change, he doesn’t like the fact that they keep creating new forms of doing poetry and not considering the old way of rhyme. The tone hopeful
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