Do you think you can write 6,000 volumes of books? If you think it’s a lot Robert Browning accomplished it during his career. His volumes included works in Greek, Hebrew, Latin, French, Italian, and Spanish. Although, the early poet of Robert Browning creative life has spent in comparative obscurity, he has came to be the most important poet. A consist reader, Browning would later draw on his wide and sometimes arcane learning in his poetry. He attended the University of London but left in discontent to pursue his own program of reading. Did you know Robert Browning started his career writing playwrights?
May 7, 1812 in Cambewall England, Robert Browning was born. Browning was the only child growing up. The early life of Robert Browning was very educational during his younger days. From 14-16 he was educated at home tutored in music, drawing, dancing, and horsemanship. His dramatic monologues “The Ring” and “The Book” (1868-1869), a novel in verse have established him as a major figure in the history of English poetry. Much of Browning education was conducted at home by his father, which made him even smarter. Robert Browning consists studying made him bring information to his brilliant work. A quarrel with his father and the financial necessity it entitled led the elder Browning to accomplish his dreams. To support himself and his family through his book clerkship they made it through the hard times.
Browning also, wrote several plays intended for stage, along with closet dramas. However, he was not very successful to be a playwrighter. (World, Maisie. Robert Browning and His World: The Private Face. NewYork,1967. Page. 1-4)
Porphyria’s Lover, “which first appeared in 1836, is one of the earliest and most shocking of Browning dramatic monologues. Like most of Browning other dramatic monologues, this one captures a moment after a main event or action. Porphyria already lies dead when the speaker begins. Just as the name fewer speakers seems to stop time by killing her, so too does this king of poem seek to freeze the consciousness of an instant. Porphyria Lover opens with a scene taken straight from the romantic poetry of the earlier 19th century. While storm rages outdoors giving a demonstration of nature at its most sub line, the speaker sits in a cozy cottage. This is the picture of rural a cottage by a lake, a rosy cheeked. (Browning, Robert. Porphyria’s Love. Italy, 16th century. Page 859)
However, Porphyria was a good poem. Porphyria Lover was the first short dramatic monologues that Browning wrote. It also was the one of the first of his poems to feature a character with psychosis. The woman in the poem is named after a disease called Porphyria. It is a rare type of disease, which can result in madness. Porphyria has let people intermit the poem as a metaphor for dealing with this disease. It was first identified a few years before the poem was written. Porphyria Lover strangles her to preserve the moment she died, meaning...