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Analysis of Sonnet 29 by Barrett Browning and Love's Philosophy by Shelley

English Literature



7m 36s

This podcast highlights how both Barrett Browning and Shelley use nature to present ideas about love. It analyses the use of language in regards natural imagery, male/female images and representation and how they are linked contextually as well as the unexpected nature of poems.


Charlotte Unsworth

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