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At this the whole grove vanished and the whole music was discovered sitting at the foot of the mountain with Pleasure and Virtue seated above them The choir invited Hercules to rest with this song Jonson Pleasure reconciled to virtue Discuss the importance of the visual in Renaissance writing Visualisation is essential in Renaissance writing In effect the vision or the allusion is often what gives Renaissance writing its depth and success The vision is employed for various reasons primarily to set the scene and give evidence to what is being said often to show morality or irony within the text and it helps express what the writer wants to put across sometimes in the form of a story that wishes to teach the reader The writer uses vision as an essence to show his own true emotion and instead of telling us outright making the task easy for the reader creates a vision a middle ground in which the reader must dissect information that is hidden and useful This makes the readers job far more difficult as the reader must interpret meaning amongst the vision That is many vision texts possess double meaning and a voice of morality within what is being said perhaps at the outcome of the story Metaphorically speaking as in Marvells The Garden the writer transports emotion into this vision often a vision that is familiar to all mankind so that the reader can identify with the vision and relate it to their own lives and thus a more personal relationship develops within writer and reader This is shown in Marvells The Garden as Marvell creates an illusional garden the ultimate idea of idealised nature and fallen things under human domination How vainly men themselves amaze the garden itself takes on a persona Fair quiet have I found thee here and we
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