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The idea of the Elect plays a significant part in literary works like ELEGY: In classical Greco-Roman literature, "elegy" refers to any poem written in elegiac meter (alternating hexameter and pentameter lines).
Each element had two spectrums of quality: hot/cold and dry/wet. The lowest, earth, was beneath all the other elements. References to the elements appear frequently in medieval and Renaissance literature, and these allusions often have complex but easily overlooked political, spiritual, and cosmological significance if one does not recall the hierarchical nature of the elements in alchemical models..
Typically, elegies are marked by several conventions of (6) The conclusion of the poem provides consolation or insight into the speaker's situation.
In Christian elegies, the lyric reversal often moves from despair and grief to joy when the speaker realizes that death or misfortune is but a temporary barrier separating one from the bliss of eternity.
This results in textuality--a term for the idea that no single literary work can be studied as an autonomous object, but that each text is part of of a larger, culturally endorsed collection of texts, conventions, codes, and meanings.
EIRON: In Greek comedy, the eiron was a stock male character known for his ironic understatement.