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Robert Browning

John Lucas




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Robert Browning is one of the greatest, as well as one of the oddest of English poets. John Lucas' sharply-focused study, while surveying all of the non-dramatic work, pays especial attention to key poems of the two most original and influential books of Browning's long career - Men and Women and Dramatis Personae.

With its pychological insights, feminist sympathies, questioning of war and 'public faces', Browning's work retains its contemporary interest.


About the author:

John Lucas is Professor Emeritus of English at the Universities of Loughborough and Nottingham Trent. His critical and scholarly books include studies of Dickens, Elizabeth Gaskell, and Arnold Bennett. A translator of Egil's Saga he is also a well-known poet, whose most recent work is A World Perhaps: New aand Selected Poems (2002). Since 1994 he has been the publisher of Shoestring Press.


110  pages

ISBN: 978-1-871551-59-4

Greenwich Exchange Category: Student Guides

Series: Student Guide



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