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LIST OF REFERENCES
POETICAL WORKS, 17 volumes, Smith, Elder & Co., 1888-94. POETICAL WORKS, 9 volumes, The Macmillan Co., 1894-1903. * POETICAL WORKS, 12 volumes, edited by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke, Crowell & Co., 1898 (Camberwell Edition). — POETICAL AND DRAMATIC WORKS, 6 volumes, edited by G. W. Cooke, The Houghton Mifflin Co., 1899 (New Riverside Edition). - POETICAL AND DRAMATIC WORKS, 3 volumes, The Houghton Mifflin Co., 1906 (New Popular Edition). - POETICAL WORKS, 2 volumes, edited by Augustine Birrell, The Macmillan Co., 1896 (Globe Edition). * POETICAL AND DRAMATIC WORKS, 1 volume, edited by H. E. Scudder, 1895 (Cambridge Edition); the same, on Oxford India paper, 1905 (Special Cambridge Edition). SELECTIONS, 2 volumes, Smith, Elder & Co., 1872 (Browning's own selection); * the same, with additional poems subsequent to 1872, edited by C. Porter and H. A. Clarke, Crowell & Co., 1896. SELECT POEMS, edited by Percival Chubb, 1905 (Longmans' English Classics). SELECT POEMS, edited by A. J. George, Little, Brown & Co., 1905.
ORR (Alexandra L.), Life and Letters of Robert Browning, 1891; * new enlarged edition, edited by F. G. Kenyon, 1908. SHARP (Wm.), Life of Browning, 1890 (Great Writers Series). WAUGH (Arthur), Robert Browning, 1900 (Westminster Biographies). - CHESTERTON (G. K.), Browning, 1903 (English Men of Letters Series). DOUGLAS (James), Robert Browning, 1904 (Bookman Biographies). - DOWDEN (Edward), Browning, 1904 (Temple Biographies). - HERFORD (C. H.), Browning, 1904 (Modern English Writers Series). See also: Forster's Life of Landor; Hallam Tennyson's Life of Tennyson; * W. W. Story and his Friends, edited by Henry James, 1904; * LETTERS of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, edited by F. G. Kenyon, 1897; * LETTERS of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, edited by Robert Barrett Browning, 1899; and Robert Browning and Alfred Domett, edited by F. G. Kenyon, 1906.
REMINISCENCES AND EARLY CRITICISM
HORNE (R. H.), A New Spirit of the Age, 1844. POWELL (T.), The Living Authors of England, 1849.-OSSOLI (M. F.), Art, Literature and the Drama. MORRIS (Wm.), Review of Men and Women, 1856. HAWTHORNE, Italian Note-books. BAGEHOT (W.), Literary Studies, Vol. II, 1879: Wordsworth, Tennyson and Browning; or Pure, Ornate and Grotesque Art in English Poetry; from the National Review, Nov.,
NETTLESHIP (J. T.), Essays on Robert Browning's Poetry, 1868. * GOSSE (E. W.), Robert Browning; Personalia, 1890.- RITCHIE (Anne Thackeray), Records of Tennyson, Ruskin, Browning, 1892. — DUFFY (C. G.), Conversations with Carlyle.-*CURTIS (G. W.), From the Easy-Chair: Browning in Florence. BRONSON (K.), Browning in Asolo, in the Century, Vol. 37, p. 920; Browning in Venice, in the Century, Vol. 41, p. 572.- PASTON (George), B. R. Haydon and his Friends, 1905. -TAYLOR (Mrs. Bayard), On Two Continents, 1905.
INTRODUCTIONS TO BROWNING
ALEXANDER (W. J.), An Introduction to the Poetry of Robert Browning. DOE (E.), The Browning Cyclopædia, a Guide to the Study of the Works of Robert Browning, 1892. -CHICAGO BROWNING SOCIETY, Browning's Poetry, Outline Studies. -COOKE (Bancroft), An Introduction to Robert Browning.-COOKE (G. W.), A Guide-book to the Poetic and Dramatic Works of Robert Browning.-CORSON (Hiram), An Introduction to the Study of Robert Browning's Po try. - DEFRIES (E. P.), Browning Primer. - FOTHERINGHAM (J.), Studies in the Poetry of Robert Browning.-HOLLAND (F. M.), Stories from Robert Browning. - - KINGSLAND (W. G.), Robert Browning, Chief Poet of the Age.-MOLINEUX (M. A.), A Phrase-Book from th Poetic and Dramatic Works of Robert Browning-MORISON (Jeanie), Sordello, an outline Analysis of Mr. Browning's Poem. - ORR (A. L.), A Handbook to the Works of Robert Browning. SYMONS (A.), An Introduction to the Study of Browning. (The above books are for the most part more elementary than could be needed to-day by any person of ordinary intelligence. Some of them, however, especially that of Berdoe, and in a less degree those of Corson, G. W. Cooke, and Mrs. Orr, contain much valuable information not elsewhere so easily obtainable.)
BEATTY (Arthur), Browning's Verse-Form, its Organic Character, 1896. * BERDOE (E.), Browning's Message to his Time; his Religion, Philosophy and Science, 1890. BIRRELL (Augustine), Essays and Addresses, 1901. BIRRELL (Augustine), Obiter Dicta, Vol. I: On the Alleged Obscurity of Mr. Browning's Poetry, 1884. BROWNING SOCIETY (of London): Browning Studies; Selected Papers of Members of the Browning Society, edited by Edward Berdoe, 1895. BOSTON BROWNING SOCIETY: Selected Papers, 1897. BROOKE (S. A.), The Poetry of Browning, 1902. BURTON (R.). Literary Likings: Renaissance in Browning's Poetry, 1902. — CHAPMAN (J. J.), Emerson and Other Essays, 1898.
CHURCH (R. W.), Dante and Other Essays: Sordello, 1888. DARMESTETER (Mary J.), in the Revue de Paris, Oct., 1898: Ménage de Poètes. *DOWDEN (E.), Studies in Literature: Mr. Tennyson and Mr. Browning; Transcendental Movement in Literature, 1878. DOWDEN (E.), Transcripts and Studies: Mr. Browning's Sordello, 1888. EVERETT (C. C.), Essays Theological and Literary, 1891.HODELL (C. W.), The Old Yellow Book; photo-reproduction, translation, essay, etc., 1908. - HUTTON (R. H.), Literary Essays, 1871, 1888. JAMES (Henry), Essays in London and Elsewhere. JENKIN (Fleming). Papers Literary, Scientific, etc.: The Agamemnon and Trachiniae. *LAWTON (W. C.), Classical Element in Browning's Poetry. MABIE (H. W.), Essays in Literary
Interpretation, 1892. MORE (Paul E.), Shelburne Essays, Third Series: Browning's Popularity, 1906. MORLEY (John), Studies in Literature: The Ring and the Book, 1891. — PATER (Walter), Essays from the Guardian, 1901 Robert Browning, 1887. PAYNE (W. M.), The Greater English Poets of the Nineteenth Century, 1907. PEARSON (C. W.), Literary and Biographical Essays, 1908. SAINTSBURY (George), Corrected Impressions, 1895. *SANTAYANA (George), Interpretations of Poetry and Religion, 1900. *SCHELLING (F. E.), Two Essays on Robert Browning. *STEDMAN (E. C.), Victorian Poets, 1875, 1887. STEPHEN (Leslie), Studies of a Biographer, Vol. III: The Browning Letters, 1899. *SWINBURNE, Introduction to the Works of George Chapman, pp. xiv-xix, 1875. THOMSON (James), Biographical and Critical Studies. WOODBERRY (G. E.), Makers of Literature: On Browning's Death (1890), 1900.
ABBOTT (M. W.), Browning and Meredith, 1904. - CLARKE (Helen A.), Browning's Italy, 1908; Browning's England, 1909. CUNLIFFE (J. W.), Publications of the Modern Language Association, June, 1908.-DAWSON (W. J.), Makers of English Poetry (1890), 1906. GILDER (R. W.), in the Century, Oct., 1905.-GoULD (E. P.), The Brownings and America.HORNBROOKE (F. B.), The Ring and the Book, 1910.- HUTTON (R. H.), Brief Literary Criticisms, 1910 - INGE (W. R.), Studies of English Mystics, 1906.-JONES (Henry), Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher, 1891.-KERNAHAN (Coulson), Wise Men and a Fool: One Aspect of Browning. LOCKWOOD (Frank C.), in Modern Poets and Christian Teaching, Vol. III, 1906. MACDONALD (George), Imagination and Other Essays: Browning's Christmas Eve (1883), 1886. SARRAZIN (G.), La Renaissance de la Poésie anglaise. - SCUDDER (V. D.), Life of the Spirit: Browning as a Humorist, 1895.-WEATHERFORD (W. D.), Fundamental Principles in Browning's Poetry, 1907. - WALKER (Hugh), The Literature of the Victorian Era, 1910.
TRIBUTES IN VERSE
*LANDOR, Robert Browning. *GILDER (R. W.), Browning's Death.* CARMAN (Bliss), Songs from Vagabondia: The Two Bobbies. **CARMAN (Bliss), More Songs from Vagabondia: In a Copy of Browning. - PEET (Jeanie), Browning; in the Century, June, 1906.-* VAN DYKE (Henry), The White Bees, 1909; from the Atlantic, Feb., 1907. - *POUND (Ezra), A Lume spento, 1908, and Personæ, 1909: Mesmerism: Fifine answers; etc.- LANIER (Clifford), Apollo and Keats on Browning, 1909.
* LE GALLIENNE (Richard), New Poems, 1910: The Nightjar.
FURNIVALL (F. J.), A Bibliography of Robert Browning from 1833 to 1881. ANDERSON (J. P.), Appendix to Sharp's Life of Browning. NICOLL and WISE, Literary Anecdotes of the Nineteenth Century: Materials for a Bibliography of Browning.