A reward or recompense.
- Rather he returns us to the experience of reading, ‘knowing coldly a need for guerdons, guardians.’
- The second half is taken up by the literary contest between the robust but somewhat archaic Aeschylus and the more modern but slightly too glib Euripides for the guerdon of resuming life and reluming Athenian patriotic fervor.
Give a reward to (someone).
Words that rhyme with guerdonburden
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