Robert Browning Research Paper

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Matt Liebowitz Liebowitz 1 Mrs.Greenman
English 1
23 May 2012
One of the Greatest Poets During the Victorian Era…
Robert Browning is special in his own way because “when he was five years old he was proficient at reading and writing.” Also Robert read many of books. “In many poems he achieves effects of obvious felicity. The most memorable thing about Robert Browning’s life is that “he wrote an entire volume of the Byronic verse when he was twelve years old. His parent’s wanted to publish the volume.” He believed in Christian Faith. The life experiences of Robert Browning were fantastic. He was a great poet that wrote many poems. In this paper there are three poems. The three poems are Memorabilia, The Wall, and A Women’s Last Words.

“He was a music purest and the profoundest of the arts.” Robert Browning read over six thousand books. His first publish work was Pauline. In 1868-69 he published his best book ever. It was called The Ring and The Book. In the book he displays all his qualities. The book is about a murder trial in the seventeenth century. Later on he turns the trial into poetry. “His books never sold as well as his wife’s or Tennyson’s.” “He admired his father as much as he admired himself.” “He always spent more time on music than he did on school work, and studying. He major poetry in the Victorian age. He was born on May 7, 1812 and died on December 12, 1889. “He died because he caught a cold and began to be very ill. He was buried in Westminster Abby.” “He was an infant. Robert went to Shelly’s school from 1824 to 1829. He was married in 1846 and had a son in 1849.” “On June 29th, 1861 his wife died in his arms.” When he died he

Liebowitz 2 left E11,000 for his son. He produce very...
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