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Fri Mar 21 17:07:49 2014 UTClccn-n790436880.07The Pied Piper of Hamelin /0.350.70Men and women, and other poems /24598774Robert_Browningn 790436885038763277108Brauning, Robert, 1812-1889Browning.Browning, R.Browning, R. (Robert), 1812-1889Browning, RobertBrownings.Bŭrauning, 1812-1889Robert BrowningБраунинг, Роберт, 1812-1889ブラウニング, R.ブラウニング, ロバートロバート・ブラウニング, 1812-1889lccn-n79067862Browning, Elizabeth Barrett1806-1861fmoprfctblccn-n85184320King, Roma A.(Roma Alvah)1914-othedtlccn-n79142936Tennyson, Alfred TennysonBaron1809-1892fast-1063868Pied Piper of Hamelin (Legendary character)lccn-n84143515Franceschini, Pompilia1680-1698lccn-n84216694Franceschini, Guidoconte1657-1698lccn-n85184319Herring, Jack W.1925-edtlccn-n85098225DeVane, William C.(William Clyde)1898-1965edtlccn-n79045174Arnold, Matthew1822-1888lccn-n85079831Karlin, Daniel1953-auijtedtBrowning, Robert1812-1889PoetryJuvenile worksHistoryRecords and correspondenceBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcHandbooks, manuals, etcChurch historyHistorical poetryLegendsBrowning, Robert,Poets, EnglishEnglish poetryBrowning, Elizabeth Barrett,Great BritainPied Piper of Hamelin (Legendary character)Married peopleEnglandChildren's poetry, EnglishTennyson, Alfred Tennyson,--Baron,MarriageMurderItaly--RomeTrials (Murder)Franceschini, Guido,--conte,Franceschini, Pompilia,Will in literatureEnglish language--RhythmEnglish language--VersificationLiterature and societyHopkins, Gerard Manley,Hardy, Thomas,Criticism and interpretationPoetryExecutions and executionersAuthors' spousesArnold, Matthew,DramaDramatic monologuesFriendshipFamiliesPoets, English--Family relationshipsBrowning familySpainMonasteriesVerse drama, EnglishPortrait paintingLegendsGermanyGermany--HamelnBrowning, RobertFolklorePoems (Browning, Robert)Pied Piper of Hamelin (Tale)ExaminationsChildren's poetryIllustrated booksPromisesAvariceMissing children18121889181218201824182618331835183618371838184018411842184318441845184618481849185018511852185318541855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014263348547214740821.8PR4231ocn000339687ocn575121452ocn612884997ocn793848925ocn000829829ocn012008665ocn868008998ocn329644951ocn759762004ocn070298817ocn006020553ocn004645940ocn004645909ocn043944259ocn688557152ocn654122381ocn036567328ocn654119967ocn073796449ocn049335699ocn417747165ocn063553699ocn245539978ocn061323658ocn721312084ocn683275007ocn063553835ocn056200028ocn083669033ocn780989200ocn691924984ocn461556862ocn420157076ocn461793578ocn461830357ocn461851199ocn048020323ocn040938131ocn439585158ocn311127423ocn456027712ocn310560443ocn258059576ocn246833387ocn076208266ocn722684733ocn077237111ocn826644658ocn824653151ocn725449053ocn064687320ocn494675809ocn317738725ocn297235105Poets, English5334262ocn012692795book10.07Browning, RobertThe Pied Piper of HamelinHistoryJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcFictionLegendsPoetryPictorial worksDramaThe Pied Piper pipes the village free of rats, and when the villagers refuse to pay him for the service he exacts a terrible revenge+-+27637942153463160ocn049294436book18950.28Browning, RobertPoems of Robert BrowningThe Dean of Hobart Special Scripture Prize awarded to R. H. L. Roberts, December 1929. Signed by J. R. O. Harris+-+54481573053242654192ocn599907766book18680.53Browning, RobertThe ring and the bookHistoryPoetryThe Ring and the Book is a long dramatic narrative poem of 21,000 lines written by Robert Browning. It was published in four installments from 1868 to 1869. The book tells the story of a murder trial in Rome in 1698, whereby an impoverished nobleman, Count Guido Franceschini, is found guilty of the murders of his young wife Pompilia Comparini and her parents, having suspected his wife was having an affair with a young cleric, Giuseppe Caponsacchi. Having been found guilty despite his protests and sentenced to death, Franceschini then appeals - unsuccessfully - to Pope Innocent XII to overturn t+-+9110690226324188073ocn007206469book19040.50Browning, RobertRobert Browning, the ring and the bookHistoryPoetryBrowning's poetic masterpiece imagines, through multiple narrators, the story of an actual 17th century Roman scandal and trial, in which an enraged nobleman stabbed his young wife, whom he accused of adultery+-+39477959653241749167ocn008668785book18680.66Browning, RobertThe poetical works of Robert BrowningCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryVolume II contains Stafford, a play seldom reprinted, and Sordello, a poem commonly, but mistakenly, neglected as "unintelligible." The book looks at Browning's correspondence with Emily Hickey, the first editor of Strafford, and important copies of Sordello that help to shed light on Browning's attempts to revise the poem. Also included are such of the juvenilia that survive+-+2843663465156721ocn000302330book18950.31Browning, RobertThe complete poetic and dramatic works of Robert Browning144817ocn000663806book19340.28Browning, RobertThe poems and plays of Robert BrowningDonated142529ocn000021401book19690.47Browning, RobertThe complete works of Robert Browning : with variant readings & annotations+-+158759673532411753ocn049294077file0.25Browning, RobertSoliloquy of the Spanish cloisterPoetry11743ocn049293950file0.25Browning, RobertDramatic lyrics11733ocn049294045file0.25Browning, RobertThe bishop orders his tomb at Saint Praxed's church Rome, 15--Church historyPoetryHistorical poetry11703ocn049293978file0.25Browning, RobertMy last duchess FerraraPoetry11663ocn049294018file0.25Browning, RobertRabbi Ben Ezra1105114ocn001701519book18550.70Browning, RobertMen and women, and other poemsHistoryPoetry+-+3378235195107246ocn044750659book19050.31Chesterton, G. KRobert BrowningCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyQuotationsPoetryPresents selects of Robert Browning's poems, including "The Pied Piper of Hamlin", "My Last Duchess", "Old pictures in Florence", "Prospice", and others+-+58900415358922ocn051545992com19950.32Browning, RobertThe complete works of Robert Browning. with variant readings & annotations8831ocn051445313com19880.33Browning, RobertThe complete works of Robert Browning. with variant readings & annotations8742ocn051261702com19960.33Browning, RobertThe complete works of Robert Browning. with variant readings & annotations8691ocn051261795com19980.33Browning, RobertThe complete works of Robert Browning. with variant readings & annotations8691ocn051261617com19850.33Browning, RobertThe complete works of Robert Browning. with variant readings & annotations405293ocn033244963book19030.31Chesterton, G. KRobert BrowningCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyQuotationsPoetryRobert Browning wrote some of the most powerful and original poetry of the Victorian period, but he remains a difficult and controversial figure. This study aims to clarify and reassess Browning's poetry, exploring his major ideas, themes and poetic forms and placing his work within the cultural and political milieu in which he worked. The study is organised as a sequence of thematic chapters, which trace the development of Browning's life and work including his attitude to love and marriage and his political and philosophical ideas. The authors refer to the full range of Browning's work, but centre discussion on a core group of poems which can thus be seen from a variety of perspectives. A detailed chronology situates Browning's career within its wider historical and cultural framework. Written by two acknowledged experts on Browning, this study contributes a considerable body of new research to the ongoing critical debate. The authors adopt different but non conflicting approaches and the result is a study which fully explores the complexities of Browning's challenging and rewarding work+-+3861457305296027ocn000050925book18980.39Browning, RobertThe letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, 1845-1846Records and correspondenceWhen Robert Browning first met the ailing Elizabeth Barrett in 1845 it must have seemed to him like something from a gothic novel. All but a prisoner to her strict, disciplinarian father, (who had forbidden all twelve of his children from marrying and disinherited any who disobeyed him), Elizabeth had recently published a book of poems that had made her one of the most lauded writers in the land. Robert, enamored by Elizabeth's poems sought out a correspondence and after hundreds of+-+3212702236324213455ocn049293394file18800.32Corson, HiramAn introduction to the study of Robert Browning's poetryCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography+-+K76669179620205ocn048139611file19990.37Campbell, MatthewRhythm and will in Victorian poetryHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"In Rhythm and Will in Victorian Poetry, Matthew Campbell explores the work of four Victorian poets - Tennyson, Browning, Hopkins and Hardy - as they show a consistent and innovative concern with questions of human agency and will. The Victorians saw the virtues attendant upon a strong will as central to themselves and to their culture, and Victorian poetry strove to find an aesthetic form to represent this sense of the human will. Through close study of the metre, rhyme and rhythm of a wide range of poems - including monologue, lyric and elegy - Campbell reveals how closely technical questions of poetics are related, in the work of these poets, to issues of psychology, ethics and social change. He goes on to discuss more general questions of poetics, and the implications of the achievement of the Victorian poets in a wider context, from Milton through Romanticism and into contemporary critical debate."--Jacket+-+2047916705194315ocn000879026book19350.50DeVane, William CA Browning handbookCriticism, interpretation, etcHandbooks, manuals, etcLife of Robert Browning - Early poems - Bells and pomegranates - Middle years - The ring and the book - Work of the seventies - Last decade - Uncollected works182864ocn000733600book18920.53Berdoe, EdwardThe Browning cyclopaedia; a guide to the study of the works of Robert BrowningCriticism, interpretation, etcEncyclopediasDictionaries+-+467649079616988ocn030398970book19950.23Markus, JuliaDared and done : the marriage of Elizabeth Barrett and Robert BrowningCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyExamines the social, political, and emotional forces that shaped the lives and art of nineteenth-century poets Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning, whose courtship ranks with the great love stories of all time. Elizabeth, at thirty-nine, was a poet of international fame and unmarried, confined by illness, morphine, and the tyranny of her father. Robert Browning, an admired young poet and playwright and devotee of Elizabeth's, had written to Elizabeth long before they met. "I love your verses with all my heart -- and I love you too." Markus chronicles their extraordinary courtship and marriage, and shows us how the political events of the times inspired the great dramatic monologues of Robert's middle years and how Italy's stormy reunification inspired Elizabeth's later work. To tell their story, Markus for the first time makes use of much of Elizabeth's unpublished correspondence, amid a wealth of other documents+-+6751694215168912ocn000358940book19680.29Ward, MaisieRobert Browning and his worldBiography15837ocn011727339book19850.24Bloom, HaroldRobert BrowningCriticism, interpretation, etcHandbooks, manuals, etcStudy guidesA collection of critical essays on Browning's poetry provide a modern assessment of his works+-+796190223515808ocn000302012book19300.27Winwar, FrancesThe immortal lovers: Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning, a biographyBiography"Quoting freely from the work of both poets, this fictionized biography revives the familiar love story of Elizabeth and Robert Browning151716ocn000310306book19520.53Johnson, E. D. HThe alien vision of Victorian poetry; sources of the poetic imagination in Tennyson, Browning, and ArnoldCriticism, interpretation, etc15027ocn000516334book19730.31Irvine, WilliamThe book, the ring, & the poet; a biography of Robert BrowningBiography13984ocn000762581book19740.27Pearsall, Robert BrainardRobert BrowningCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides a straightforward account of Browning's poetic career as a whole, gives special attention to works of special interest, and tells some personal events in the poet's life13637ocn008785881book19820.28Thomas, DonaldRobert Browning, a life within lifeBiography13315ocn000359941book19650.47Litzinger, BoydThe Browning criticsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc132742ocn000243220book19020.50Brooke, Stopford AugustusThe poetry of Robert BrowningCriticism, interpretation, etcRobert Browning, 1812-1889, English poet+-+677475293612835ocn001528942book19740.39Armstrong, IsobelRobert BrowningCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography124834ocn000359948book19100.59Griffin, William HallThe life of Robert Browning, with notices of his writings, his family & his friendsBiography12464ocn290589406file20070.39Kennedy, Richard SThe dramatic imagination of Robert Browning a literary lifeBiography"The Dramatic Imagination of Robert Browning offers a guide to the essentials of Robert Browning's life and poetry. Drawing from his personal letters and from the diaries and memoirs of his contemporaries, this literary biography provides a wealth of information about the main events of his life, including the social, political, religious, and aesthetic issues that concerned him; it offers critical commentary defining the central characteristics of his poetry; and it tracks the changes in his reputation through contemporary reviews and the growth of the Browning societies." "An English poet who was deeply responsive to European culture and affairs, Robert Browning has sometimes been dismissed by modern readers for his obscurity or roughness of language. Now two distinguished scholars of Browning's work trace the arc of his development as an artist and thinker from his earliest poems to the last in his long and productive career." "The authors illustrate how Browning moved from describing "incidents in the development of a soul," to developing his reader's soul as collaborator in the artistic process, to the development of his own soul in the making of poetry. Through a fresh reading of not only his poetry but also the letters of both Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, they have garnered details that situate the two in historical context, provide a sense of Robert's personality, and also correct biases against Elizabeth's influence. Their critical commentary focuses on the poet's dramatic imagination and argues that his extensive body of work after The Ring and the Book - often dismissed as evidencing a decline in his poetry marked by inventive dialogue, verbal puzzles, and virtuoso rhyming." "Written to appeal to both general readers and scholars, the book will enable anyone to read Browning's poems with a firm sense of the subjects and practices that are central to his texts, along with a knowledge of their context in the poet's life and thought."--BOOK JACKET+-+464167173512002ocn044954707com19830.47Mason, CyrusThe poet Robert Browning and his kinsfolkBiography+-+6389043645324+-+9110690226324+-+9110690226324Fri Mar 21 15:31:58 EDT 2014batch227399