her influence to free his imprisoned father. She does so; but ... Curiously, however, the guilt remains entirely the daughtera#39;s: a#39;For still her wandering lips distracted say/ aquot;He dieda I murdered himaquot; a#39; (p.lll) .Al The emotional ... In both poems, the father is killed by some subtle volition in the daughter who has pretensions to art.
|Title||:||Elizabeth Barrett Browning|
|Publisher||:||Indiana University Press - 1986|