Robert Browning


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Noun1.Robert Browning - English poet and husband of Elizabeth Barrett Browning noted for his dramatic monologues (1812-1889)Robert Browning - English poet and husband of Elizabeth Barrett Browning noted for his dramatic monologues (1812-1889)
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All this kept her very busy, and she had not had time to do more than look at the little vellum book that Archer had sent her the week before (the "Sonnets from the Portuguese"); but she was learning by heart "How they brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix," because it was one of the first things he had ever read to her; and it amused her to be able to tell him that Kate Merry had never even heard of a poet called Robert Browning.
Robert Browning used to say that every great man has Jewish blood in him, and we must try to look at it in that light.
Lowell has named in a suggestive summary the chief quality of each of the great English poets, with Chaucer standing first in order: 'Actual life is represented by Chaucer; imaginative life by Spenser; ideal life by Shakspere; interior life by Milton; conventional life by Pope.' We might add: the life of spiritual mysticism and simplicity by Wordsworth; the completely balanced life by Tennyson; and the life of moral issues and dramatic moments by Robert Browning.
The plot of the film revolves around the love affair between poet Barrett and playwright Robert Browning. Set in 19th century, the film follows Elizabeth, who gains fame and recognition for her poetry, reports Variety.
As I look back and rummage amid past years about facts that touch the heart, couples like Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning come to mind.
Here Robert Browning Primary School, King and Queen Street, Walworth, London, SE17 1DQ, is put into focus to show its scores in relation to other schools in the area.
The Coventry success owed much to Sam Dodds - who was one of three players to shoot 65 - backed up by 69 from team-mate Robert Browning and 72 from Andrew Carman.
ANSWERS: 1 The wreck of the Titanic; 2 Dorset; 3 Martin Luther; 4 The kangaroo; 5 The physics of low temperatures; 6 Old Trafford; 7 Robbie Turner; 8 It is covered in bristles; 9 Robert Browning; 10 Linford Christie.
With a foreword and new poem by Andrew Motion, she has included less well-known poets alongside the better known such as Ted Hughes, John Clare, William Wordsworth, Christina Rossetti and Robert Browning. Poems by Miroslav Holub, Benjamin Zephaniah, Emily Dickinson, Philip Larkin and Gerald Manley Hopkins are all here as well as poems by writers whose names are more familiar for their prose such as E.
On this day 1889: Poet Robert Browning died - his tomb is in Westminster Abbey.
What is the meaning of the word 'trocken' Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Five; 2 New York; 3 Dry; 4 Ronaldsway Airport; 5 Hydrogen sulphide; 6 Robert Browning; 7 A lodge; 8 Malaysia; 9 The Godfather II; 10 Nelson Mandela.
The scheme, run by Wales Millennium Centre and The Prince's Foundation of Children And The Arts, saw children and their teachers visit the Cardiff Bay venue for a matinee performance of Pied Piper, a modern-day hip-hop version of Robert Browning's classic poem.