Robert Browning
London / England
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Through The Metidja To Abd-El-Kadr

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Abd-el-Kadr was an Arab Chief of Algiers who resisted the French in 1833.]

I.

As I ride, as I ride,
With a full heart for my guide,
So its tide rocks my side,
As I ride, as I ride,
That, as I were double-eyed,
He, in whom our Tribes confide,
Is descried, ways untried
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Elvira 16 January 2018
I've started studying English poetry. One day I came across this poem. But, unfortunately, I coudn't understand what Robert Browning wanted to show or express in the poem, what his main idea is. Could somebody explain the crucial idea of the poem, please?
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Rajnish Manga 30 April 2016
History comes alive through this wonderful narrative woven artistically in this outstanding lyrical poem. Great pleasure reading this poem.
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