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Who said Oh to be in England now that spring is here?

Robert Browning Quotes
Oh, to be in England now that April's there.

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Keeping this in consideration, who wrote Oh to be in England now that April's here?

Robert Browning

Furthermore, what type of poem is home thoughts from abroad? Home-Thoughts, From Abroad” celebrates the everyday and the domestic, taking the form of a short lyric. The poet casts himself in the role of the homesick traveler, longing for every detail of his beloved home.

Thereof, who said Oh to be in England now that war is here?

First time William Christopher is credited in the opening credits. When Hawkeye learns that the front is now at M*A*S*H, he says "Oh to be in England now that war is here," he's referring to a Robert Browning poem that starts with "Oh to be in England now that April's there."

What season does the poet describe in Home thoughts from abroad?

The author's use of the description of nature is typical of a poem written during the Romantic Era. He describes his home country in April, and is clearly envious of “whoever wakes in England” during the spring. He describes “the lowest boughs and the brushwood sheaf”.

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