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    I need language, structure and form points about Valentine (Carol Ann Duffy), Sonnet 43 (Elizabeth Barrett-Browning), She walks in beauty (Lord Byron) and Cozy Apologia (Rita Dove). The points mainly need to be compared to Valentine's points. I have quite a bit of contextual information already, but anything you can add will be really appreciated.
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    Hi! I am sat here studying these poems at 10 past 12AM. Hahahah, but regardless - Have you tried BBC BITESIZE? There's not a lot to read as its very simply and useful! it provides lots of Form, Structure, Language technique in the analysis revision page of these poems =)
 
 
 
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