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Poems of Robert Browning Epub Poems Of Robert Browning By Robert Browning Oknalubliniec.eu Originally Published In 1912 This Volume From The Cornell University Library S Print Collections Was Scanned On An APT BookScan And Converted To JPG 2000 Format By Kirtas Technologies All Titles Scanned Cover To Cover And Pages May Include Marks Notations And Other Marginalia Present In The Original Volume.


10 thoughts on “Poems of Robert Browning

  1. says:

    Norton s critical editions never fail to impress me This one has good poems by Browning and also, perhaps, the most authentic text available in the market I also like the notes and opinions at the end of the book which takes understanding poetry of Browning to a further level I would advise...


  2. says:

    Very impressed by Browning s dramatic monologs, Fra Lippo Lippi, Andrea Del Sarto, My Last Duchess, Soliloquy in the Spanish Cloister, and Caliban reacting to Darwin But I also read his formidable long poem, the Ring and the Book, a mystery as I recall from reading it a half century ago in a grad school sur...


  3. says:

    You know that obnoxious comedian impressionist who somehow landed a gig on football related television, Frank Calliendo Well, reading Browning is like watching an infinitely talented version of that guy He pretty much takes on new personas as he writes it is astonishing You can tell why Pound and Eliot loved the guy Anyway, he is also great at sort of redelivering the gospel message, so you can see again how intensely surprising it is the best poems in the collection and this never happens are ones that I d never come across before, probably because they are both very long and polemically Christian The Epistle of Karshish one, Cleon , Ned Bratts , and the stupendous Death in the Desert are the ones I mean specifically, but most were pretty great Browning is generally fantastic if one has the patience for him Sometimes...


  4. says:

    I read him in high school and in college, and while I read only a smattering of his work, two of his poems alone deserve a four star rating Porphyria s Lover and My Last Duchess are both chilling examples of men gone mad PL, a disturbing study in psychotic love and necrophilia, has a rhyme and meter that makes the topic all the unnerving in its simplistic delivery Browning is a genius in terms of how he unmasks his speaker s madness.MLD, a stunning look at arrogance and power shifts, dissects a Duke who casually discusses the diappearance of his first wife with a friend as he strolls through his collection of art The writing here is absolutely first rate, with lines such as She had a heart how shall I say too soon made glad and I gave commands then all smiles stopped together making my head race with envy of his writing The sharp reader will deduce that his jealousy...


  5. says:

    It was an introduction to Robert Browning through Stopford A Brooke s book The Poetry of Robert Browning , written in 1903 available as a free kindle that inspired me to read and enjoy very much this Penguin Collection Here is how Stopford describes what makes Browning a great poet Browning s noblest legacy to that wavering, faithless, pessimistic, analysis tortured world through which we have fought our way, and out of which we are emerging, is the sense of things which cannot be shaken, of faith in God, wholly independent, in its depths, of storms on the surface of mortal life He refused to make his poetry the servant to the transient, of the changing elements in the world The poems are easier to read and understand as one becomes familiar with his writing They are quite astonishing in their variety and depth of seeing He wa...


  6. says:

    Elizabeth Barrett was an outstanding poet in her day She was considered a superior poet to her husband until after her death when his fame grew Now she is known for Sonnets from the Portuguese, love poems to her husband As a young man he was influenced by the romantic poets Byron, Shelly and Keats and collected his first work at age...


  7. says:

    I enjoy the fluid movement of Browning s lines I ve reread them many times.


  8. says:

    Questo perfetto sconosciuto entr nella mia vita come un lampo durante le tediose lezioni di inglese al liceo In My Last Duchess il mistero dentro poche parole, come in quel as di There she stands AS if alive, dopo gli ordini del Duca, I gave commands, che non accetta di chinare il capo, mai Il quadro, che in un gioco di specchi e non la Duchessa, sta per la defunta come solo le immagi...


  9. says:

    I read so little poetry that I m not sure what s good and not I bought this from Ireland because I ve always wanted to own Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came and it was wonderful to get to read it in this collection of Robert Browning s p...


  10. says:

    For me, Browning is just the best He can be as light as a souffle but with a sharp kick , and achingly profound He can build characters and he can be terrifying not many psychological thrillers can be so chilling so succinctly as Porphyria...


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