Robert Browning

Robert Browning

Robert Browning was an English poet born in 1812. He is considered one of the preeminent Victorian poets of the period. His work is noted for its dark humor, historical commentary, and challenging syntax. He published numerous long poems throughout his career, including The Ring and the Book. 

The Wanderers

by Robert Browning

‘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.

Women and Roses

by Robert Browning

‘Women and Roses’ by Robert Browning conveys a man’s perspective on women throughout time. They are represented by three apples on his metaphorical apple tree.

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