Whilst with his falling Wings, the courtly Dove
Title: Jealousie is the Rage of a Man.
Primary Text: Folger, 51 (in non-religious section of poetry, between Finch's Prologue to Don Carlos and "The Spleen").
Secondary Eds: 1903 Reynolds prints Folger text, 238 (in her section of Ann's religious poetry); rpts of 1903 Reynolds: 1928 Murray, 91 (retitled "The Jealous Doves" and placed in a section of fables); 1930 Fausset 101 (following Reynolds, as a religious poem).
Source: Proverbs 6:34.
20C: Rpt of 1713/1903: 1973 Goulianos, 82 (anti-male poem).
Comment: This fable-like allegory is highly free and psychologically shrewd elaboration; it looks forward to some of Samuel Richardson's meditations (when "personating" Lovelace) in his 1748 novel, Clarissa.
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