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Browning studies, being select papers by members of the Browning Society.

Author: Edward Berdoe
Publisher: New York : Macmillan ; London : G. Allen, 1895.
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Berdoe, Edward, 1836-1916.
Browning studies.
New York : Macmillan ; London : G. Allen, 1895
(OCoLC)590940688
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Berdoe, Edward, 1836-1916.
Browning studies.
New York : Macmillan ; London : G. Allen, 1895
(OCoLC)610303386
Named Person: Robert Browning; Robert Browning
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Berdoe
OCLC Number: 6614929
Description: xii, 331 pages 24 cm
Contents: Introduction, by E. Berdoe.--Introductory address to the Browning society, by J. Kirkman.--On "Pietro if Abano" and the leading ideas of "Dramatic idyls," 2d series 1880, by J. Sharpe.--Browning's philosophy, by J. Bury.--The idea of personality as embodied in Robert Browning's poetry, by H. Corson.--The religious teaching of Browning, by D. Beale.--On some points in Browning's view of life, by B.F. Westcott. One aspect of Browning's villains, by Miss E.D. West.--James Lee's wife, by J.H. Bulkeley.--Abt Vogler, by Mrs. Turnbull.--Andrea del Sarto and Abt Vogler, by Helen J. Ormerod.--La Saisiaz, W. Robertson.--On "A toccata of Galuppi's," by Mrs. Alexander Ireland.--Numpholeptos and Browning's women, by Mrs. Glazebrook.--The wife-love and friend-love of Robert Browning, by J.J.G. Graham, --"A death in the desert," by Mrs. M.G. Glazebrook, --Some notes on Browning's poems referring to music, by Helen J. Ormerod.--Browning's Jews and Shakespeare's Jew, by Professor Barnett, --Abt Vogler, the man, by Helen J. Ormerod.--Browning as a teacher of the nineteenth century, by Miss C.M. Whitehead.--"saul," by Anna M. Stoddart.--On Browning's poem "Cristina and Monaldeschi," by Mrs. Alexander Ireland.
Responsibility: Ed., with an introduction, by Edward Berdoe.

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