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Hello, I have joined booktalk today. I’m just a reader of literature.

I want to ask where should I ask this question: “Why Robert Browning called Shelley as Sun-treader in his poem Pauline” ? Which forum will be suitable for it?



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Post Re: Hello! This is my introduction.
I'd post that question in the A Passion for Poetry forum. :)



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Okay, I shall do the same. I was just wondering if this site is suitable for those kind of questions? I mean comprehension of poetries and sometimes proses? Is understanding literature one of the aims of the site?



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Yes, that's one of our objectives here. I'm sure you will reach other poetry lovers in that forum.



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Post Re: Hello! This is my introduction.
Knight wrote:
Hello, I have joined booktalk today. I’m just a reader of literature.

I want to ask where should I ask this question: “Why Robert Browning called Shelley as Sun-treader in his poem Pauline” ? Which forum will be suitable for it?

Great that you're interested so deeply in that era of English poetry. I don't have any insight to offer now, though. It's been a long while since I read either of those writers. I guess I wasn't as fond of Shelley as of Browning. I haven't read "Pauline," but I liked very much "My Last Duchess," "Caliban upon Setebos," and "Childe Roland."

Maybe you could give us your initial thoughts on your question, in the poetry forum.



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