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Equity and Natural Law in The Ring and the Book
http://vp.engl.wvu.edu/clcshow/petch.htm
This analysis of Browning's poem argues that "Browning's poetic recreation of a murder trial in seventeenth-century Rome explores the problematic relation of human justice and natural law in all its moral and legal complexity."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Simon Petch
From: Victorian Poetry Volume 35, no. 1, Spring 1996
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The Many-Walled World of "Andrea del Sarto" : The Dynamics of Self-Expatriation
http://vp.engl.wvu.edu/winter97/polette.htm
This analysis examines the poem "Andrea del Sarto" and how "it is possible to enlarge and extend our understanding of the images of walls and the act of walling to achieve a keener and more expanded vision of both how and why Andrea del Sarto has sealed himself within a many-walled world. "
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Keith Polette
From: Victorian Poetry Volume 35, no. 4, Winter 1997
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The Pragmatics of Silence, and the Figuration of the Reader in Browning's Dramatic Monologues
http://vp.engl.wvu.edu/fall97/wagner.htm
"My argument is that dramatic monologue thus constructs the image of the audience through the very silence it enforces upon the textual auditor. The genre self-reflexively figures its own problems of interpretation, and of the freedom of the reader in the effaced, voiceless shadow of the implied listener, who emerges from obscurity as the figure of the reader. "
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor
From: Victorian Poetry Volume 35, no. 3, Fall 1997
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The Ring and the Book: The Mage, the Alchemist, and the Poet
http://vp.engl.wvu.edu/spring98/roberts.htm
This analysis of Hardy's "The Ring and the Book" looks at the character of the mage and who he might represent.
Contains: Character Analysis
Author: Adam Roberts
From: Victorian Poetry Volume 36, no. 1, Spring 1998
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Robert Browning's "Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister": Themes, Voices, and the Words, Hy, Zy, Hine
http://vp.engl.wvu.edu/fall97/anderson.htm
This analysis concludes that the "poem is not a failed experiment with nonsense-words for a climax, but rather a carefully conceived dramatic situation with a terrifying end. "
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: James E. Anderson
From: Victorian Poetry Volume 35, no. 3, Fall 1997
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Sexual Tourism and Browning’s "The Englishman in Italy"
http://vp.engl.wvu.edu/Fall98/fontana.htm
The author argues that "the relationship between the Englishman-speaker and FortĚ is darker and more complex than readers have hitherto acknowledged."
Author: Ernest Fontana
From: Victorian Poetry Volume 36, no. 3, Fall 1998
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"Just the thing for the time": Contextualizing Religion in Browning’s "The Bishop Orders His Tomb at St. Praxed’s Church"
http://vp.engl.wvu.edu/Fall98/hecim.htm
This essay raises the questions "In Victorian England who possesses the Pagan and Christian sensibilities embodied in Browning’s bishop? In Browning’s words, why is the poem 'just the thing for the time'? "
Contains: Historical Context
Author: Gregg Hecimovich
From: Victorian Poetry Volume 36, no. 3, Fall 1998
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