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Essay | Romantic Relationships and Rhyming Schemes in pre-20th century poetry.

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Romantic Relationships and Rhyming Schemes in pre-20th century poetry.

Summary: Analysis of the romantic relationships and the rhyming structure of four pre-20th century poems: "Remember" by Christina Rossetti; "How do I Love Thee" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning; "My Last Duchess" by Robert Browning; and "A Woman to Her Lover" by Christina Walsh.
We have studied a collection of pre-20th century poems, all of which are based on the theme of love and the relationships between the male and female sexes. Many of the poems considered varied in the way they presented the focus of the relationships between men and women. Some of the poems studied were "Remember" by Christina Rossetti and "How do I Love Thee" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

"Remember" is a poem by Christina Rossetti about her dying in the future and leaving her lover behind. It illustrates the way in which she would appreciate her lover to behave after her death. Christina uses the form of a poem to tell her lover to not "be sad" after her death and if making him remember her after her death makes him upset then "Better far" he "should forget" her...

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