Clue: "Holy" group in 17th-century literature
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- "The New Colossus" and the like
- Shelley's "Ozymandius" and Milton's "On His Blindness"
- Some Keats works
- They may be Elizabethan
- They may be Italian
- 14-line verses
- Gray pieces
- cummings creations
- "Ozymandias" et al.
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- New York Times - September 07, 2013
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