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Robert Browning's poetry : authoritative texts, criticism

Author: Robert Browning; James F Loucks
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©1979.
Series: Norton critical edition.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Works by modern and Victorian critics are presented together with poems from each stage of Browning's literary career.
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Named Person: Robert Browning; Robert Browning; Robert Browning
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Browning; James F Loucks
ISBN: 0393044750 9780393044751 0393090922 9780393090925
OCLC Number: 4804490
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xvi, 604 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Pauline; a fragment of a confession --
From Paracelsus --
From Sordello --
Pippa Posses --
My last duchess --
Count Gismond --
Incident of the French camp --
Soliloquy of the Spanish cloister --
In a gondola --
Cristina --
Johannes Agricola in meditation --
Porphyria's lover --
The Pied Piper of Hamelin --
"How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix" --
Pictor Ignotus --
The Italian in England --
The Englishman in Italy --
The lost leader --
Home-thoughts, from abroad --
["Here's to Nelson's memory!"] --
Home-thoughts, from the sea --
The bishop orders his tomb at St. Praxed's church --
Garden fancies --
The laboratory --
Meeting at night; parting at morning --
Love among the ruins --
A lovers' quarrel --
Up at a villa - down in the city --
A woman's last word --
Fra Lippo Lippi --
A toccata of Galuppi's --
By the fire-side --
Mesmerism --
An Epistle containing the strange medical experience of Karshish, the Arab physician --
My star --
"Childe Roland to the dark tower came" --
Respectability --
A light woman --
The statue and the bust --
How it strikes a contemporary --
The last ride together --
The patriot - an old story --
Master hugues of Saxe-Gotha --
Bishop Blougram's apology --
Memorabilia --
Andrea del Sarto --
In a year --
"De Gustibus-" --
Women and roses --
Holy-cross day --
The guardian-angel --
Cleon --
Popularity --
Two in the campagna --
A grammarian's funeral --
"Transcendentalism : a poem in twelve books" --
One word more --
Dis aliter Visum; or, Le Byron de Nos Jours --
Abt Vogler --
Rabbi Ben Ezra --
Caliban upon Setebos : or, natural theology in the island --
Confessions --
Prospice --
Youth and art --
A likeness --
Apparent failure --
Epilogue --
From the ring and the book : book V. : Count Guido Franceschini --
From the ring and the book : book VII. : Pompilia --
From the ring and the book : book X. : the Pope --
From fifine at the fair : prologue (amphibian) --
From Fifine at the fair : epilogue (the householder) --
[Thamuris marching] --
House --
Fears and scruples --
Numpholeptos --
Adam, Lilith, and Eve --
Never the time and the place --
With Christopher Smart --
Prologue --
Bad dreams, I-IV --
"Imperante Augusto Natus Est-" --
Development --
Epilogue --
From "introductory essay" to the letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Criticism --
Evidences of a new genius for dramatic poetry / John Forster --
[Letter to Browning] / Thomas Carlyle --
[Review of men and women] / George Eliot --
[Browning's alleged carelessness] / William Morris --
[Browning and the Italian Renaissance] / John Puskin --
[Browning's grotesque art] / Walter Bagehot --
[The ring and the book] / Robert W. Buchanan --
The poetry of the period : Mr. Browning / Alfred Austin --
[Browning's obscurity] / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
[Strictures on Browning] / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
[Browning as "writer of fiction"] / Oscar Wilde --
Browning in Westminster Abbey / Henry James --
The dramatic monologue : sympathy versus judgment / Robert Langbaum --
Dramatic monologue and the overhearing of lyric / Herbert F. Tucker --
The politics of dramatic form / Isobel Armstrong --
The pragmatics of silence, and the figuration of the reader in Browning's dramatic monologues / Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor --
Browning's Pygmalion and the revenge of Galatea / Catherine Maxwell --
Browning's poetry of intimacy / Daniel Karlin --
Browning's 'a toccata of Galuppi's' : how Venice once was dear / Stefan Hawlin --
Browning's "Childe Roland" : all things deformed and broken / Harold Bloom --
Andrea del Sarto's modesty / Erik Gray --
Browning's "Caliban" and primitive language / Isobel Armstrong --
"Pompilia" : the woman (in) question / Susan Brown --
Robert Browning : a chronology.
Series Title: Norton critical edition.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: selected and edited by James F. Loucks.

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