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by Stopford Augustus Brooke

eBook The Poetry of Robert Browning download ISBN: 8171569188
Author: Stopford Augustus Brooke
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors Pvt Ltd (December 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 334
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Philosophy

Stopford Augustus Brooke1 January 1902. The son of Robert Browning, a Bank of England clerk, and Sarah Anna Wiedemann, of Scottish-German descent, Browning received little formal education.

Stopford Augustus Brooke1 January 1902. His learning was gleaned mainly from his Father's library at home in Camberwell, South London, where he learnt something, with his Father's help, of Latin and Greek and also read Shelly, Byron and Keats. Though he attended lectures at the University of London in 1828, Browning left after only one session.

Stopford Augustus Brooke (14 November 1832 – 18 March 1916) was an Irish churchman, royal chaplain and writer. He was born in the rectory of Glendoen, near Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland, of which parish his maternal grandfather, Joseph Stopford, was then rector. He was the eldest son of the Rev. Richard Sinclair Brooke, later incumbent of the Mariners' church, Kingstown (now Dún Laoghaire), and was educated at Trinity College, Dublin.

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Stopford Augustus Brooke (14 November 1832 – 18 March 1916) was an Irish churchman, royal chaplain and writer. Richard Sinclair Brooke, later incumbent of the Mariners' church, Kingstown (now Dún Laoghaire), and was Stopford Augustus Brooke (14 November 1832 – 18 March 1916) was an Irish churchman, royal chaplain and writer.

By. Stopford a. brooke. There were no such intervals in Browning's thought. Author of "Tennyson: his art and relation to modern life". ePUB eBook, iBooks for iPhone and iPad, Nook, Sony Reader.

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It Marks An Improvement Over The Earlier Studies Of Browning S Poetry In That Its Author Stopford A. Brooke Provides Abundant Information On The Victorian Age With Browning As The Focal Point. Each Chapter Of The Book Constitutes An Elaborate And Methodical Analysis Of Browning And His Works, Often From A Historical Perspective. The Contents Of The Book Have Been So Arranged As To Bring Out The Thematic Coherence And Continuity Of Development In Browning S Art.

Robert Browning wrote wonderful poetry for his time. I enjoyed it very much and will probably refer to it from time to time in the future.

The old poetry is wonderful to help someone unwind and relax. Robert Browning wrote wonderful poetry for his time.

Browning's theory of human life pauline and paracelsus. Chapter V. The poet of art. Chapter VI. Sordello. Chapter VII. Browning and sordello. Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Horatio Alger, Jr. By Jr. Horatio Alger.

by Stopford Augustus Brooke. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible.

1. Browning and Tennyson 2. The Treatment of Nature - I 3. The Treatment of Nature - II 4. Browning's Theory of Human Life - Pauline and Paracelsus 5. The Poet of Art 6. Sordello 7. Browning and Sordello 8. The Dramas 9. Poems of the Passion of Love 10. The Passions other than Love 11. Imaginative Representations 12. Imaginative Representations - Renaissance 13. Womanhood in Browning - I 14. Womanhood in Browning - II (The Dramatic Lyrics and Pompilia) 15. Balaustion 16. The Ring and the Book 17. Later Poems 18. The Last Poems Index
Comments: (7)
Beabandis
As already noted, this book is not, as the title would suggest, a collection of Browning's poetry. It is an extended essay on his work. I'm sure serious students of Browning would find it enlightening, but I was looking for a simple anthology. A simple description of the book on its Amazon page would clear this up.
Freaky Hook
The old poetry is wonderful to help someone unwind and relax. Robert Browning wrote wonderful poetry for his time. I enjoyed it very much and will probably refer to it from time to time in the future.
Qus
Not a fan.
Mallador
TYPE FONT EXTREMELY SMALL. NO INDEX EITHER. WHOOPS -- NO TABLE OF CONTENTS EITHER, GOURGEOUS BINDING.
Rolling Flipper
If you love Browning , this is a wonderful book!
iSlate
who could not like Browning? this is a great addition to have in your Kindle library that you always have " shelved" to read again and again.
asAS
Classic for school.
The Poetry Of Robert Browning Robert Browning's poems seem always to be direct in their articulation, often a sort of mask or cloaking device. In My Last Duchess, Browning gives off the murderous chill of egoism, the speaker an aristocratic husband devoid of all affection. In Poryphyria's Lover, Browning's speaker takes a similar, more violent attack on a naive innocent-"Be sure I looked up at her eyes/ Happy and proud; at last I knew/ Porphyria worshipped me:surprise/Made my heart swell, and still it grew/While I debated what to do./That moment she was mine,mine,fair/Perfectly pure and good:I found/ A thing to do, and all her hair/ In one yellow string I wound/ Three times her little throat around/ And strangled her. No pain felt she;/I am quite sure she felt no pain." Notice the almost clinical detachment-Porphyria gave him what he desired-worship- and in turn he casually destroys her as if he were truly her creator. "No pain felt she;/I am quite sure she felt no pain."

Browning is a master of narrative poetry, combining elements of fiction freely with poetics in his art: Fra Lippo Lippi; Childe Roland To The Dark Tower Came; Andrea Del Sarto and many more in his marveloously broad and varicolored palette. Small wonder that he was so popular in his day (Victorian England), serving as Poet Laureate. In the 20th Century only Robert Frost occupied a similar niche as poet and popular figure, probably for similar reasons, the often deceptive simplicity of voice. It is my belief that voice and a sure sense of audience combine to transport the audience, which is a chief function of the art of poetry.

Unfortunately Browning is best known as the husband of Elizabeth Barret Browning, rather than for his considerable poetic gifts. Browning is a poet worth knowing.