A poem by T. Moore, published 1823.
The poem, founded on the oriental tale of Harût and Marût and certain rabbinical fictions, recounts the loves of three fallen angels for mortal women, and illustrates the decline of the soul from purity.
This was Moore's last long poem, and it enjoyed great popularity as well as provoking much stricture.
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