Sonnet 43 (CONTEXT,FORM,STRUCTURE,MEANING)

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-Form comments

-Structure comments

-Contextual information

-Meaning of poem

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  • Sonnet 43
    • Context
      • Family had strong Christian Values
      • Family disowned her due to her marriage
      • Suffered from a life long illness- links to last line
    • Meaning
      • Written before marriage to Robert
        • Allows to gain insight on her thoughts
    • Form
      • Poem has a fewer rhyme sounds, not typical
        • Going against family linking to poem having no volta
      • No volta, non typical for a sonnet
        • Or shows she is not changing her mind. Certain.
        • Going against norms of sonnets, Going against family
    • Structure
      • "  I love thee" Repetition.
        • Devotion/ comitment
      • "Grace" and "Praise" Capitals.
        • Shows how religion is important to her (Captitalizing)
      • Line 7 and line 8. Commas. Caesura.
        • emphasis on how she feels.
        • breaking it down to show importance

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