Browning's Shorter Poems

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Sprache - Englisch

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In 'Browning's Shorter Poems', Robert Browning showcases his mastery of Victorian poetry by delving into complex themes such as love, death, and morality. Utilizing his signature dramatic monologues, Browning crafts intricate narratives that provide insight into the human psyche. His use of innovative verse forms and vivid imagery adds layers of depth to his poetry, making each piece a thought-provoking and compelling read within the literary context of the 19th century. Browning's ability to blend emotion with intellect creates a unique reading experience that captivates readers and leaves a lasting impression. Robert Browning's 'Browning's Shorter Poems' reflects his keen observation of society and his profound understanding of human nature. His exploration of inner struggles and external dynamics serves as a testament to his literary genius and enduring relevance in the world of poetry. I highly recommend this collection to readers who appreciate complex themes, rich imagery, and profound insights into the human experience.

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Robert Browning, born on May 7, 1812, in Camberwell, London, was a profound English poet and playwright known for his masterful use of dramatic monologue and psychological portraiture. Browning's literary career spanned the Victorian era, and he was admired for his rich, character-driven narratives. His father, a well-read clerk, and his artistically inclined mother provided a fertile environment for his early creative development. Although Browning attended the University of London, he left to pursue his own reading and learning at home, which led to his early foray into poetry. Browning's Shorter Poems' encapsulates the brevity and intensity of his work, showcasing his linguistic prowess and command over meter and rhyme. His poems are esteemed for their depth, challenging themes, and innovation within the genre of dramatic verse. Among Browning's major works are 'Men and Women' (1855) and 'The Ring and the Book' (1868-1869), which solidified his reputation as a masterful poet. Browning married fellow poet Elizabeth Barrett in 1846, after which the couple moved to Italy. His work was often philosophical, exploring the nature of love, art, and human psychology. Browning died on December 12, 1889, in Venice. His legacy endures through his significant contributions to poetic form and the robust, character-led narratives that continue to intrigue readers and scholars alike.

Produkt Details

Verlag: DigiCat

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Sprache: English

Umfang: 127 Seiten

Größe: 458,0 KB

ISBN: 8596547320913