Elizabeth Barrett Browning Essays

Analysis of Sonnet 43 and 30

Elizabeth Barrett Browning wrote Sonnet 43 during the prime of the Victorian Period, which lasted the duration of Queen Victoria’s throne between 1832 and 1901. Like some of the works during the Victorian period, Sonnet 43 was a reflective piece about the love of her life, Robert Browning. Elizabeth Browning showed this reflection by answering her own posing question, “How do I love thee? ” William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 30 however, was written during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, between…

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