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What does the young man mean by "great honey-coloured /Ramparts at your ear?" Why does he say that young men are "thrown into despair" by them?
It means that young men adore the girl because she has lovely honey coloured hair which look like high walls around a castle. He says that young men are thrown into despair by them as they are beautiful and make her extremely attractive. So young men yearn for her company since she is so adorable but those who will not get her companionship will be pained and feel sorrow.
What colour is the young woman's hair? What does she say she can change it to? Why would she want to do so?
"Never shall a young man, Thrown into despair By those great honey-coloured Ramparts at your ear, Love you for yourself alone And not your yellow hair." a. Who is the speaker of these lines? b. Who is the speaker talking to? c. What does 'ramparts' mean?
"But I can get a hair-dye And set such colour there, Brown, or black, or carrot, That young men in despair May love me for myself alone And not my yellow hair." a. Who is the speaker of these lines? b. Why does Anne say that she can change her hair colour?
"I heard an old religious man But yesternight declare That he had found a text to prove That only God, my dear, Could love you for yourself alone And not your yellow hair." a. Who had found a ‘text’? b. What does the text prove? c. What does ‘yesternight’ mean?
What are Anne's views on external beauty?

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