what is meant by parlour in the poem the spider and the fly?

what is meant by parlour in the poem the spider and the fly?

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  1. In this poem, the spider welcomes the fly by asking her to step into his parlour which is the “prettiest little parlour that ever you did spy.” Over here, the parlour might stand for the evil intentions the spider has in his mind. He is welcoming the fly in his “parlour” so that he can devour her.

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