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|Posted By: lillian|
Posted On: Apr 26, 2009
Ah, time to reaquaint with the classics. The reader had just a wonderful lilt to her voice.
|Posted By: mariam ali ibrahim|
Posted On: May 17, 2008
Elizabeth Browning's sonnet 43 obviously is a love poem but the most fascinating thing about the poem is the fact that the persona expresses her love in an extremely intense manner yet very simple language. The poet is able to keep the readers captivated because she does not use any elaborate metaphor to describe the love of the persona.Although she uses simile, the two things compared are absolutely comprehensible to students of literature and non-students of literature alike.The sonnet talks about the wish of every humanbeing, that is to be loved "freely" and "purely" without any strings attached to the love.