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What is inconsolability?

What is inconsolability? Here are some definitions.

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The wind, the cry of distant birds, the frozen ground all underscore the atmosphere of blight and inconsolability that is the play's real accomplishment.
He deeply respects Larkin's inconsolability in the face of the surest fact of all, but responds more vividly, in the end, to Yeats's visionary transformations.
There was so much we shared: the tone playful, sometimes acid the Pierson jaw, the gab at parties, the inconsolability.
Ames and Byron are intended as clowns of inconsolability, a kind of country-and-Western Vladimir and Estragon.
People have found some comfort, as I have found comfort in other poems, in its very inconsolability.
It's startling that the church of Bergman's youth and the theatre of his adulthood should be so close together: a metaphor for the twinned inconsolability and solace with which his rebellious work always contends.

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