What is browning preoccupied with in childe roland to the dark towers came?
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Do you mean the poet or the narrator? The narrator is preoccupied with finding the Dark Tower. He has been searching so long that he would be happy to reach any kind of stopping point, including death. He is also preoccupied with the directions he got to the tower. He thinks he might be being tricked.
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