According to Suzanne L. Barnett, writing in her book Romantic Paganism: The Politics of Ecstasy in the Shelley Circle, paganism to the romantic poets of the Byronic/Shelley ilk meant more than a rejection of contemporary Christianity, or the worship of ancient gods. It referred to a lifestyle which believed in the freedom to indulge in sensual pleasure, from sexuality to music, art and of course, literature. Paganism was a conduit to experimentation, to indulgence, to feeling tremblingly alive.
Indulge yourself. It feels soft and lightweight (it is), with the right amount of stretch. It’s comfortable and flattering for both men and women.
• 100% airlume combed and ring-spun cotton*
• 32 singles
• Retail fit
• Crew neck
• Cover-stitched collar
• 2” ribbed cuffs
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