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Definitions of idyll in various dictionaries:
noun - an episode of such pastoral or romantic charm as to qualify as the subject of a poetic idyll
noun - a musical composition that evokes rural life
noun - a short poem descriptive of rural or pastoral life
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Poem with a pastoral setting|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|an extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque period or situation, typically an idealized or unsustainable one.|
|a very happy, peaceful, and simple situation or period of time, especially in the countryside, or a piece of music, literature, etc. that describes this:|
|An extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque period or situation, typically an idealized or unsustainable one.|
|an episode of such pastoral or romantic charm as to qualify as the subject of a poetic idyll|
|a short descriptive poem of rural or pastoral life|
|a musical composition that evokes rural life|
|A short poem or prose piece depicting a rural or pastoral scene, usually in idealized terms.|
|A narrative poem treating an epic or romantic theme.|
|A scene or event of a simple and tranquil nature.|
|A carefree episode or experience: a summer idyll on the coast of France.|
An idyll (British English) or idyl (American English) ( or ; from Greek , eidullion, "short poem") is a short poem, descriptive of rustic life, written in the style of Theocritus' short pastoral poems, the Idylls. |
* Unlike Homer, Theocritus did not engage in heroes and warfare. His idylls are limited to a small intimate world, and describe scenes from everyday life. Later imitators include the Roman poets Virgil and Catullus, Italian poets Torquato Tasso, Sannazaro and Leopardi, the English poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson (Idylls of the King), and Nietzsche's Idylls from Messina. Goethe called his poem Hermann and Dorotheawhich Schiller considered the very climax in Goethe's productionan idyll.*