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1 The sonnet 43 by Elizabeth Browning is another strong expression of her love for her husband Robert Browning and serves as a conclusion or summary to Brownings other sonnets Browning begins the poem as she poses the question How do I love thee in parallel examples which are usually seen in an English sonnet lines 2-3 I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach when feeling out of sight for the ends of Being and ideal Grace t The repetition of I love thee in the sonnet makes this statement of love even more convincing In line 7 I love thee freely as men strive for Right is not only an example of her use of religion but how she capitalizes those words such as Grace and Praise throughout the sonnet to reflect upon her religious background By the end of the sonnet Brownings tone has become extremely passionate and the ways in which she loves him suddenly take on more conviction the poet is writing from the point of view of some one fighting against all odds I agree with this as lines 12-13 shows us this passion with I love thee with the breath Smiles tears of all my life At the end Browning has gone as far as she can go to commit herself to love Robert Browning and we see our ultimate resolution as Browning gives up to God and if God choose I shall but love thee better after death the decision of whether this love is true 2 The speaker in Song at fist seems bitter that the people that loved the dead girl have left her According to the speaker when the graves dark wall Did first her form retain none of her mourners knew how they would get on with there lives without her The people finally went on with their lives It did not
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