Poetry analysis on "How Do I Love Thee" and "Sonnet XVIII"
"Sonnet: How Do I Love Thee"
by: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
by: William Shakespeare
<Tab/>Both, Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "How Do I Love Thee" and William Shakespeare's "Sonnet XVIII," explore the universal theme of eternal, transcending love. Similarly, both sonnets are confessions of love towards a male subject. Browning's is a passionate love; one that the Greeks referred to as eros. "Eros is Love, who overpowers the mind, and tames the spirit in the breasts of both gods and men ." Shakespeare's, however, is the love of agape. It is the love o…
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