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Complete the sentences based on your reading of this excerpt from “Il Penseroso” by John Milton:

Where I may sit and rightly spell
of every Star that Heav’n doth shew,
And every Herb that sips the dew;
Till old experience do attain
To somthing like Prophetic strain.
In this poem, when the speaker says he “may sit and rightly spell,” he refers to
The phrase “Prophetic strain” means

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In this poem, when the speaker says that he can “sit and spell correctly,” he refers

elements of the world.

Explanation:

The lines show the annuity of the pot of prophetic vision, through which all the stars created by the creator can be seen, and all the plants and herbs that grow on earth.

He wants to achieve this experience so that he can understand the truly all-encompassing knowledge of the world around him that he believes can only attain this divine power.

If you sit down and spell it correctly here it’s easier to learn about prophet pressure.