Robert Browning

Robert Browning 344 VICTORIAN POETRY Soul's Expression" as a "Gothic sonnet" and a metasonnet, which calls up the Gothic trope of female confinement as an analogy for the constraints of the sonnet form, with its fixed rhyme scheme, meter, and length. Alan Barr's "The Making of a Poet, the Making of a Poem: Aurora Leigh and The Ring and the Book," in Victorians 127 (2015): 46­59, observes previously unnoted connections and mutual influences between the two Brownings' major works. A chapter in Philip Howell's At home and Astray: The domestic dog in Victorian Britain (Univ. of Virginia Press, 2015), pp. 50­72, fully explores "Flush and the Banditti: Dog Stealing in Victorian London." Isobel Hurst's chapter, "Elizabeth Barrett Browning" (pp. 449­470), in The Oxford history of Classical Reception in English Lit erature (Oxford Univ. Press, 2015), builds on Hurst's previous work on EBB in relation to the study of classics in early Victorian England. All the year's work on her poetry confirms that EBB's centrality to Victorian studies remains a multifaceted and apparently inexhaustible subject for scholarly scrutiny. I thank Cynthia Burgess of the Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University; Thomas J. Nixon of Davis Library at the University of North Carolina-- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Victorian Poetry West Virginia University Press

Robert Browning

Victorian Poetry, Volume 54 (3) – Jan 7, 2016

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344 VICTORIAN POETRY Soul's Expression" as a "Gothic sonnet" and a metasonnet, which calls up the Gothic trope of female confinement as an analogy for the constraints of the sonnet form, with its fixed rhyme scheme, meter, and length. Alan Barr's "The Making of a Poet, the Making of a Poem: Aurora Leigh and The Ring and the Book," in Victorians 127 (2015): 46­59, observes previously unnoted connections and mutual influences between the two Brownings' major works. A chapter in Philip Howell's At home and Astray: The domestic dog in Victorian Britain (Univ. of Virginia Press, 2015), pp. 50­72, fully explores "Flush and the Banditti: Dog Stealing in Victorian London." Isobel Hurst's chapter, "Elizabeth Barrett Browning" (pp. 449­470), in The Oxford history of Classical Reception in English Lit erature (Oxford Univ. Press, 2015), builds on Hurst's previous work on EBB in relation to the study of classics in early Victorian England. All the year's work on her poetry confirms that EBB's centrality to Victorian studies remains a multifaceted and apparently inexhaustible subject for scholarly scrutiny. I thank Cynthia Burgess of the Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University; Thomas J. Nixon of Davis Library at the University of North Carolina--

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