‘A Toccata of Galuppi’s’ by Robert Browning features the renowned Venetian composer of the 18th-century, Baldassare Galuppi, and his musical composition or toccata.
‘Love in a Life’ is Browning’s unending quest to find his lover in the numerous rooms of their house. By the end, he still has not found her, which alludes to the possibility that the search will continue.
‘Meeting at Night’ by Robert Browning was originally featured in Dramatic Romances and Lyrics, which was published in 1845. Here, the poet narrates how the lyrical voice sails across the sea to reach his beloved.
‘My Last Duchess’ by Robert Browning is a well-known dramatic monologue. It suggests that the speaker has killed his wife and will soon do the same to the next.
Robert Browning’s ‘Now’ describes a perfect moment of ecstasy between two lovers, capturing it in an improvisation on the traditional sonnet form.
‘Pippa’s Song’ celebrates the “rightness” of the world in a deceptively light-hearted and peaceful moment.
Robert Browning’s poem, ‘Porphyria’s Lover,’ opens up with a classic setting of a stormy evening. It is a story of a deranged and lovesick man.
In ‘Prospice’ by Robert Browning, the speaker talks of facing death bravely and being reunited with his soulmate. Read the poem, with a complete analysis.
‘The Last Ride Together’ by Robert Browning is an excellent dramatic monologue that deals with a lover’s last wish to his beloved.
Robert Browning’s poem ‘The Patriot’ is a tragic tale of a man who fell from being a star citizen to becoming despised so intensely that he was put to death.
‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’ by Robert Browning is an entertaining poem about the importance of telling the truth and keeping one’s promises.
‘The Wanderers’ talks about a group of men who are restless yet strong. Their hearts, beaming with the spirit of progress and burning with adventurous desire, portray the aura of the Victorian age.