Today's poem takes a look at the effective use of shift by the poet to surprise and completely keep the reader off balance. There's no better place to see this than Robert Browning and his dramatic monologues. The one here, "Porphyria's Lover" actually contains several shifts within it that can upset the expectations of the reader. See if you can find them. A copy of the poem itself as well as other helpful information can be found at our website at https://www.eliteliterarybookgroup.com/ .
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