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In this excerpt from “A Woman’s Shortcomings” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, what is the effect of parallelism? It creates a passionate rhythm that matches the speaker's message. It creates a musicality or lilting, which reinforces the speaker's strong passion. It lends legitimacy to the speaker's claim that she knows what love is. It adds to the high standard the speaker is claiming one must meet to love another.

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