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Thomas Hardy GUIdE TO ThE YEAR'S WORk 363 group's interests, even as Browning's Pope Innocent represents unpopular truth [condemning the defendant]--and by extension Browning's poetic sense of truth as an ideal obscured, not revealed, by appearances" (p. 103). Young considers various moments in the film in relation to Browning, arguing that in the course of the film, characters become absorbed "into illustrations of hypocrites' Browning epigraph, spoken in the poem by Pope Innocent himself: `What does the world, told truth, but lie the more' " (p. 105). In other Browning notes, Colleen Jaurretche speculates that Browning's "aesthetic of evolving personality" had a significant impact on Joyce and that Joyce's short stories may reflect this legacy (" `Leafy Speafing': Drama and Finnegan's Wake," Joyce Studies Annual [2015]: 171­177). Hope Johnston's "Readers' Memorials in Early Editions of Chaucer" (Studies in Bibliography 59 [2015]: 45­69) describes Browning's memorial dedication to Elizabeth Barrett Browning on her copy of Spegth's rare 1602 edition of Chaucer, whom Barrett held in high regard (p. 56). Following Barrett Browning's death, Browning inscribes the book in Greek. He chooses a line from Euripides's Rhesus: " `The dawn is at hand, the dawn is breaking and this star is one http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Victorian Poetry West Virginia University Press

Thomas Hardy

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

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GUIdE TO ThE YEAR'S WORk 363 group's interests, even as Browning's Pope Innocent represents unpopular truth [condemning the defendant]--and by extension Browning's poetic sense of truth as an ideal obscured, not revealed, by appearances" (p. 103). Young considers various moments in the film in relation to Browning, arguing that in the course of the film, characters become absorbed "into illustrations of hypocrites' Browning epigraph, spoken in the poem by Pope Innocent himself: `What does the world, told truth, but lie the more' " (p. 105). In other Browning notes, Colleen Jaurretche speculates that Browning's "aesthetic of evolving personality" had a significant impact on Joyce and that Joyce's short stories may reflect this legacy (" `Leafy Speafing': Drama and Finnegan's Wake," Joyce Studies Annual [2015]: 171­177). Hope Johnston's "Readers' Memorials in Early Editions of Chaucer" (Studies in Bibliography 59 [2015]: 45­69) describes Browning's memorial dedication to Elizabeth Barrett Browning on her copy of Spegth's rare 1602 edition of Chaucer, whom Barrett held in high regard (p. 56). Following Barrett Browning's death, Browning inscribes the book in Greek. He chooses a line from Euripides's Rhesus: " `The dawn is at hand, the dawn is breaking and this star is one

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Published: Jan 7, 2016

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