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Goblin Market Chapter Summary & Analysis - Echo Summary

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Echo Summary

A lament for lost love is described in Echo. In the first verse the narrator hopes and prays for her love to return to her in a dream. She hopes to be joined with her love in her dreams and describes their union as being like Paradise. We learn that these dreams are bitter as the object of her love and dreams is dead. The narrator wishes he were still alive so they could share their lives together.

Echo Analysis

The topic of love and death is discussed again. The narrator mourns a lost love whose death has ended their love. Whereas love should be happy and joyful this character is sad and lonely without her love. We see again that the experience of love is ultimately sad and leads to loss and loneliness.

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