Harold Bloom (Editor)
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DescriptionWhile his detractors found his verse to be deliberately obscure, Robert Browning resisted such charges and went on to become one of he most critically acclaimed and popular English poets of the 19th century. Known for his imaginative originality and dramatic power, Browning is one of the most undervalued major poets of the English language, as is evidence in his enduring works such as ""My Last Duchess"", ""Fra Lippo Lippi"", ""Childe Roland"" to the ""Dark Tower Came"", ""Andrea del Sarto"", and ""Caliban Upon Setebos"". This volume of essays featuring criticism from both Browning's contemporaries and later critics also includes a chronology, an index, and an introduction from literary critic Harold Bloom.
Chelsea House Publishers
30 August 2009
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