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The poems and plays of Robert Browning.

Author: Robert Browning
Publisher: New York : Modern Library, ©1934.
Series: Modern library of the world's best books.
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Browning, Robert, 1812-1889.
Poems and plays of Robert Browning.
New York : Modern Library, ©1934
(OCoLC)891458132
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Browning
OCLC Number: 663806
Notes: Includes indexes.
"First Modern library edition, 1934."
Description: xvii, 1223 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Marching along --
Give a rouse --
Boot and saddle --
The lost leader --
How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix --
Through the Metidja to Abd-el-Kadr --
Nationality in drinks --
The flower's name --
Sibrandus schafnaburgensis --
Soliloquy of the Spanish cloister --
The laboratory --
The confessional --
Cristina --
The most mistress --
Earth's immortalities --
Meeting at night --
Parting at morning --
Song --
A woman's last word --
Evelyn Hope --
Love among the ruins --
A lover's quarrel --
Up at the villa --
down in the city --
A toccata at galuppi's --
Old pictures in Florence --
De gustibus --
Home-thoughts, from abroad --
Home-thoughts, from the sea --
Saul --
My star --
By the fireside --
Any wife to any husband --
Two in the Campagna --
Misconceptions --
A serenade at the villa --
One way of love --
Another way of love --
A pretty woman --
Respectability --
Love in a life --
Life in a love --
In three days --
In a year --
Women and roses --
Before --
After --
The guardian-angel --
Memorabilia --
Popularity --
Master Hugues of Saxe-Gotha --
Incident of the French camp --
The patriot --
My last duchess --
Count Gismond --
The boy and the angel --
Instans Tyrannus --
Mesmerism --
The glove --
Time's revenges --
The Italian in England --
The Englishman in Italy --
In a gondola --
Waring --
The twins --
A light woman --
The last ride together --
The pied piper of Hamelin --
The flight of the duchess --
A grammarian's funeral --
Johannes Agricola in meditation --
The heretic's tragedy --
Holy-cross day --
Protus --
The statue and the bust --
Porphyria's lover --
Childe Roland to the dark tower came --
Transcendentalism --
How it strikes a contemporary --
Artemis prologizes --
An epistle, containing the strange medical experience of Karshish, the Arab physician --
Pictor Ignotus --
Fra Lippo Lippi --
Andrea del Sarto --
The bishop orders his tomb at Saint Praxed's church --
Bishop Blougram's apology --
Cleon --
Rudel to the lady of Tripoli --
One word more --
Sonnet --
Ben Karshook's wisdom. James Lee's wife speaks at the window --
By the fireside --
In the doorway --
Among the beach --
On the cliff --
Reading a book, under the cliff --
Among the rocks --
Beside the drawingboard --
On deck --
God hair : a stor of pornic --
The worst of it --
Dis alter visum, or, Le Byron de nos jours --
Too late --
Art Vogler --
Rabbi Ben Ezra --
A death in the desert --
Caliban upon setebos --
Confessions --
May and death --
Deaf and dumb --
Prospice --
Youth and art --
A face --
A likeness --
Orpheus and Eurydice --
Mr. Sludge, the medium --
Apparent failure --
Epilogue --
Pauline: a fragment of a confession --
Pippa passes: a drama --
The return of the druses --
A blot in the scutcheon --
Colombe's birthday --
A soul's tragedy --
Luria --
Christmas-eve --
Easter-day --
In a balcony --
The ring and the book --
Half-Rome --
The other half-Rome --
Tertium quid --
Count Guido Franceschini --
Giuseppe Caponsacchi --
Pompilia --
Dominus hyacinthus de Archangelis --
Juris doctor Johannes-Baptista Bottinius --
The pope --
Guido --
The book and the ring --
Balaustion's adventure including a transcript from Euripides, being the last adventure of Balaustion --
Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau, savior of society --
Prologue --
Fifine at the fair --
Epilogue --
The innm album --
Prologue --
Of Pacchiarotto, and how he worked in distemper --
At the mermaid --
House --
Shop --
Pisgah-sights --
Fears and scruples --
Natural magic --
Bifurcation --
Numpholeptos --
Appearances --
St. Martin's summer --
Herve Riel --
A forgiveness --
Cenciaja --
Filippo Bandinucci on the privilege of burial --
Epilogue --
La Saisiaz --
The two poets of Croisic --
Oh love! love --
Martin Relph --
Pheidippides --
Halbert and Hob --
Ivan Ivanovitch --
Tray --
Ned Bratts --
Prologue --
Echetlos --
Clive --
Muleykeh --
Pietro of abano --
Doctor ___ --
Pan and Luna --
Touch him ne'er so lightly --
The blind man to the maiden --
Goldoni --
Helen's tower --
Wanting is --
what! --
Donald --
Solomon and Balkis --
Cristina and Monaldeschi. Mary Wollstonecraft and Fuselii --
Adam, Lilith, and Eve --
Ixion --
Jochanan Hakkadosh --
Never the time and the place --
Pambo --
Prologue --
The eagle --
The melon-seller --
Shah Abbas --
The family --
The sun --
Mihrab Shah --
A camel-driver --
Two camels --
Cherries --
plot-culture --
A pillar at Sebzevar --
A bean-stripe: also apple-eating --
Epilogue --
Rawdon Brown --
The founder of the feast --
The names --
Epitaph of Levi Lincoln Thaxter --
Why I am a liberal --
Apollo and the fates --
With Barnard de Mandeville --
With Daniel Bartoli --
With Christopher Smart --
With George Bubb Dodington --
With Francis Furini --
With Gerard de Lairesse --
With Charles Avison --
Fust and his friends: a epilogue --
Prologue --
Rosny --
Dubiety --
Now --
Humility --
Poetics --
Summum, bonum --
A pearl, a girl --
Speculative --
White witchcraft --
Bad dreams. I --
Bad dreams. II --
Bad dreams. III --
Bad dreams. IV --
Inapprehensiveness --
Which? --
The cardinal and the dog --
The pope and the net --
The bean-feast --
Muckle-mouth meg --
Arcades ambo --
The lady and the painter --
Ponte Dell' Angelo Venice --
Beatrice Signorini --
Flute-music, with an accompaniment --
Imperante Augusto natus est__ --
Development --
Rephan --
Reverie --
Epilogue.
Series Title: Modern library of the world's best books.
Other Titles: Works.

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