Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett: The Courtship Correspondence, 1845-1846. A Selection by Daniel Karlin

Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett: The Courtship Correspondence, 1845-1846. A Selection

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Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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The love letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett are among the most famous in literary history: intimate and sensitive, they illuminate both the writers' lives and their creative aims and methods. Daniel Karlin's selection, which complements his widely acclaimed The Courtship ofRobert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett, is based on a fresh examination of the manuscripts and allows the reader to follow the story in all its scope and richness, from the beginning of their clandestine correspondence to their elopement in 1846.

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Daniel Karlin is at University College, London.
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Title:Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett: The Courtship Correspondence, 1845-1846. A SelectionFormat:HardcoverPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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'This selection includes less than half of the total collection of letters, and has been edited to highlight 'what the two writers have to say about their own love-relationship'. In this respect the book is of particular value to students of Barrett's poetry.'Kenneth Millard, St Hilda's College, Oxford, English Studies, Volume 73, Number 4, August 1992