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All reviews marriage license cadillac escalade ask questions explained everything courthouse movie elvis officiant vegas groom stratosphere. Kathy L wrote a review Apr Attention to detail " a dream wedding". Apparently there are people living up there, all alone. This is the first we've heard about these people, but right away we know something isn't right.
Unless you're the hunchback of Notre Dame, you probably don't live in a steeple. The mystery deepens… Lines And who, tolling, tolling, tolling, In that muffled monotone, Apparently these weird steeple-dwellers are the ones who ring the bells. They make the sinister, "muffled" sound The Four Bells / Anne Lloyd - In The Chapel In The Moonlight / Hey There (Vinyl) the bells. The word "monotone" is important here too. The bells only make one note, over and over.
It's not like wedding bells that make harmonious music. This line makes everything seem empty, lifeless, and passionless. Lines Feel a glory in so rolling The Four Bells / Anne Lloyd - In The Chapel In The Moonlight / Hey There (Vinyl) the human heart a stone-- It turns out that these bell-ringers aren't so nice.
They actually enjoy "feel a glory" making people miserable with the sound of their bells. The speaker describes the sound of the bells as rolling a stone over the human heart, which sounds, well, pretty unpleasant. Lines They are neither man nor woman-- They are neither brute nor human-- The speaker is really playing up the mystery of the bell-ringers. He teases us by telling us what they are notinstead of what they are. Apparently they aren't men or women, or humans or animals "brutes".
Um… so what are they? Line 88 They are Ghouls Here's the big reveal. These mean, bell-ringing critters are "Ghouls. Well, it's a legendary monster that feasts on the bodies of the dead hope you've had lunch already. Of all the creepy monsters out there, ghouls are one of Poe's favorites. They show up in several of his The Four Bells / Anne Lloyd - In The Chapel In The Moonlight / Hey There (Vinyl) poems, including " Dream-Land " and " Ulalume.
Line 89 And their king it is who tolls; The king of the ghouls is the one behind all of this dreary, sinister bell ringing. The speaker doesn't come out and say who that king is, but we think it's safe to fill in the blank in our minds with "Death" or "The Grim Reaper" or some other such bad guy. The king of the ghouls sends a terrible sound out from the bells. It rolls and rolls out, over and over again. The repetition in these lines ties in with all the others, and keeps us thinking about the endless sound of the bells.
The sound coming from the bells is described in line 92 as a "paean," which is a song of triumph. That's definitely not the right mood for a song of death and despair, and it reinforces how creepy these ghoulish guys are.
Instead of being depressed by the sound of the iron bells like the people who hear them down belowthe king is filled with joy. When he hears his song of triumph coming from the bells, his heart is filled with happiness.
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