Meeting at Night by Robert Browning

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Thesis: The imagery in, "Meeting at Night,  is something that the reader can practical see, touch, smell, and hear; the tone and theme of the poem are two very important fixtures that are evident to the reader and are of importance for the poem.

"Meeting at Night  by Robert Browning

Robert Browning started writing poetry at a very early age and was one of the most famous Victorian poets of his time. He displays his incredible talent throughout all of his works. His poem "Meeting at Night  is one of the many poems that showcases his unique style. The form of "Meeting at Night  is a lyric; Browning expresses his feelings in this poem which is obviously love or being in love. The poem is about two lovers meeting in the night; the speaker in the poem describes the journey he takes to visit his lover. The imagery, tone, and theme of "Meeting at Night  are three very important factors that are evident to the reader and are of importance for the poem.

Although the poem consists of only two stanzas, there are many

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