| Quote #7
May crown him with fame, and must win him the love
The phrase "may crown" is similar to "may make" (14) in that, in both cases, it's not clear what or who is doing the "making." Sure, with a little work we can say "tender warmth" is doing the making, but the strangeness of a verb ("make") without a noun is an important effect. It implies that we can't quite know what "makes" someone a poet. It's just too darn complicated.