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The speaker claims that she will love her beloved — a. with excessive devotion c. even better after she dies b. steadily and conservatively d. madly and wildly
In the Sonnet 43? In the Sonnet 43 The speaker claims that she will love her beloved C. even better after she dies. "Smiles, tears, of all my life!?and, if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death."
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User: The speaker claims that she will love her beloved — a. with excessive devotion c. even better after she dies b. steadily and conservatively d. madly and wildly

Weegy: In the Sonnet 43? In the Sonnet 43 The speaker claims that she will love her beloved C. even better after she dies. "Smiles, tears, of all my life!?and, if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death."
rhey22787|Points 1476|

User: The love expressed in the poem can best be described as — a. violent and dangerous c. spontaneous and fleeting b. temporary and insignificant d. lasting and profound

Weegy: In the Sonnet 43 the love expressed can best be described as d. lasting and profound
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User: The speaker’s statement that she loves with “childhood’s faith” means that her love is — a. small and noisy c. immature b. pure and trusting d. selfish

Weegy: The answer is : B. pure and trusting.
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User: Although the speaker alludes to her lost childhood faith, the concluding lines indicate that — a. love has replaced religious belief b. she has retained a Christian belief in God’s will c. her lover will appreciate her love after her death d. the poem is really about faith and not love

Weegy: I'll need to read the poem to help you! If you could provide it I'd love to help. :)
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User: The question below refers to the selection “Sonnet 43” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Although the speaker alludes to her lost childhood faith, the concluding lines indicate that — a. love has replaced religious belief b. she has retained a Christian belief in God’s will c. her lover will appreciate her love after her death d. the poem is really about faith and not love

Weegy: The question below refers to the selection “Sonnet 43” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Although the speaker alludes to her lost childhood faith, the concluding lines indicate that — b. she has retained a Christian belief in God’s will. [ ]
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