The Poems of Browning: 1847-1861

The Poems of Browning: 1847-1861

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Praise for previously published volumes in the Longman Annotated English Poets edition The Poems of Browning collection: q...thorough: a delight for buffs.q The Guardian qWoolford and karlin are meticulous readers of Browning... Longman's notes more amply supplement the poet's eventual desire to be of assistance to his readers.q The Times Literary Supplement Robert Browning (1812-1889) is considered to be one of the foremost Victorian poets and this is the foremost edition to read him in. This third volume will focus on the poetry written by Browning during his marriage to the poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. It will start with The Guardian Angel, the first poem known to have been written by Browning after his marriage, and will end with Browninga€™s adaptation of an epigram by Walter Savage Landor, An Angel from his Paradise Drove Adam, the last poem which can be certainly dated before his wifea€™s death.But by the time youth slips a stage or two 30 While reading prose in that tough book he wrote, (Collating, and emendating the same And settling on the sense most to our mind) We shut ... Then, who helps more, pray, to repair our loss a€” 19- 20.

Title:The Poems of Browning: 1847-1861
Author:Robert Browning
Publisher:Longman Publishing Group - 1991


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