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Essay heading: Robert Browning
 
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The first, shorter stanza establishes the emotional tenor of the poem- where clearly the speaker longs for his home. This section contains two trimeter lines, followed by two tetrameter lines, three pentameter lines, and a final trimeter line. The metrical pattern and the rhyme scheme gives it a sort of rising and falling sense that probably mirrors the emotional rise and fall of the poem's central theme; the burst of joy at thinking of home, then the resignation of the realisation that home lies so far away...
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This section contains two trimeter lines, followed by two tetrameter lines, three pentameter lines, and a final trimeter line. The metrical pattern and the rhyme scheme gives it a sort of rising and falling sense that probably mirrors the emotional rise and fall of the poem's central theme; the burst of joy at thinking of home, then the resignation of the realisation that home lies so far away...
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