Emily Bronte, Remembrance

Brief background: Except for its brevity, Emily Brontë’s lyrical poem “Remembrance” contains all of the characteristics of an elegy. Its subject is the mourning of the death of a beloved; the poem is meditative; the poet attempts to come to terms with the death of her lover from the past; finally, there is some evidence that the poet accepts her loss and finds solace, at long last. Access more on “Remembrance” through eNotes

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