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Dover Beach ” by Matthew Arnolds
“Dover
Beach” describes how the author falls deep into thought when
admiring the sea with his lover and comes to a sad conclusion .
In
the first stanza, he describes the beauty of the sea as he is watching out the window . He says that he can see the light gleam and
then disappear upon the French coast, wich suggests that the sun is setting , making the scene all the more spectacular. He emphasises the
calm impression the glimmering sea and the mighty cliffs in the distance give and seems to be touched by all this, his heart filled
with what might be nostalgia, thoughtfullness or just pure understanding of how simple life really is. Wanting to share the
moment with his lover, he asks her to join him by the window and
draws attention to the never -ending sound of the waves clashing
against the shore and moving pebbles. Alas , this sound seems to bring

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