Caroline Norton

Caroline Norton was born in 1808 in London and remembered today as a poet and social reformer. She wrote numerous poetry collections including The Sorrows of Rosalie: A Tale with Other Poems, I Do Not Love Thee, and The Cold Change. She was also the author of political pamphlets like A Letter to the Queen on Lord Chancellor Cranworth’s Marriage & Divorce Bill. Read more about Caroline Norton.

I Do Not Love Thee

‘I Do Not Love Thee’ by Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton consists of a speaker’s professed lack of love for a listener she is clearly infatuated with.


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