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INTRODUCTION I am going to compare two nineteenth century poems and see their contrasts and their similarities STORYLINES Porphyrias Lover is all about love death and jealousy It starts with descriptions about the weather laying out the settings and mood of the night What happens is that the narrator is in love with a lady called Porphyria and wants to be with her forever except that she has wealthy friends which she would rather spend her time with and him He jets jealous by this but has to do something about it so the only option he chooses to think of is to kill her He chooses the exact right time to do it aswell Just when Porphyria looks into his eyes shows her love for him through her facial expressions or body language he kills her but strangling her Then that last moment when she felt that way about him that moment would last forever and would never go away well thats what he thought at least and he knew that she could never changer her mind about she felt towards him again or let her love she had for him disappear For some reason he felt good about this because he must have been thinking if I can not have her then no one will The Sisters is also about love death and Jealousy but it mainly focuses on the jealousy part as there were two sisters from one family One of them was the prettiest sister and the other well she was jealous of her because they both loved the Earl but the Earl chose the prettiest sister to be with which caused the un-pretty one to feel hurt and covetous she was also jelous of the wealth that her sister had through being the Earl So she wanted to get revenge towards her sister as she had not had any of the kind of happiness that her
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