Bonus Edna St. Vincent Millay Quiz by StevensDN

Question 5

Millay often reimagined figures or stories from classical and folk tales in her poetry. One of the most striking examples is a sonnet that uses a well-known story about a 15th-century French nobleman with an unsavory past; Millay transformed that into a meditation on solitude and relationship boundaries, implicitly inverting (or at least altering) gender roles in the process. What poem, titled for that folklore villain, is this?