Thomas Hardy

Thomas Hardy 338 / VICTORIAN POETRY Browning is also briefly discussed in two contributions to the essay collection Romantic Echoes in the Victorian Era (ed. Andrew Radford and Mark Sandy [Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008]). Julie Crane's "`Wandering between Two Worlds': The Victorian Afterlife of Thomas Chatterton" (pp. 27-37) draws a parallel between Browning's view of Chatterton and the deception practiced by Mr. Sludge. Michael O'Neill's "`Infinite Passion': Variations on a Romantic Topic in Robert Browning, Emily Brontë, Swinburne, Hopkins, Wilde, and Dowson" (pp. 175-189) reads his statement about the difficulty of expressing emotion in "Two in the Campagna" as an elaboration of Shelley's idea in Epipsychidion. Finally, mention should be made of Serena Marchesi's "`Go, Say This, Pilgrim Dear!': Strutture attoriali dantesche in `Rudel to the Lady of Tripoli' di Robert Browning" (Strumenti Critici 22, no. 1 [113] [January 2007]: 49-66). This is a painstakingly detailed structuralist analysis of the poem, which seems very remote indeed from the majority of today's Browning criticism and demonstrates the continuing breadth of critical approaches to his work. I would like to thank Cynthia Burgess of the Armstrong Browning Library for alerting me to some of the publications covered in this review. ROSEMARIE MORGAN When http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Victorian Poetry West Virginia University Press

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338 / VICTORIAN POETRY Browning is also briefly discussed in two contributions to the essay collection Romantic Echoes in the Victorian Era (ed. Andrew Radford and Mark Sandy [Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008]). Julie Crane's "`Wandering between Two Worlds': The Victorian Afterlife of Thomas Chatterton" (pp. 27-37) draws a parallel between Browning's view of Chatterton and the deception practiced by Mr. Sludge. Michael O'Neill's "`Infinite Passion': Variations on a Romantic Topic in Robert Browning, Emily Brontë, Swinburne, Hopkins, Wilde, and Dowson" (pp. 175-189) reads his statement about the difficulty of expressing emotion in "Two in the Campagna" as an elaboration of Shelley's idea in Epipsychidion. Finally, mention should be made of Serena Marchesi's "`Go, Say This, Pilgrim Dear!': Strutture attoriali dantesche in `Rudel to the Lady of Tripoli' di Robert Browning" (Strumenti Critici 22, no. 1 [113] [January 2007]: 49-66). This is a painstakingly detailed structuralist analysis of the poem, which seems very remote indeed from the majority of today's Browning criticism and demonstrates the continuing breadth of critical approaches to his work. I would like to thank Cynthia Burgess of the Armstrong Browning Library for alerting me to some of the publications covered in this review. ROSEMARIE MORGAN When

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