A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.) eBook

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1841.  No. 1.  PIPPA PASSES.  By Robert Browning.  London, E. Moxon, 1841.

1842.  No. 2.  KING VICTOR AND KING CHARLES.  By Robert Browning.  London, E. Moxon, 1842.

1842.  No. 3.  DRAMATIC LYRICS.  By Robert Browning, London, E. Moxon, 1842.

Contents: 

     Cavalier Times. I. Marching Along, p. 3.—­II. Give a
     Rouse
, p. 3.—­III. My Wife Gertrude, p. 3. [III.
     afterwards “Boot and Saddle.”]

     Italy and France. I. Italy ["My last Duchess."]—­II.
     France ["Count Gismond"], p. 4.

     Camp and Cloister. I. Camp (French), p. 5.—­II.
     Cloister (Spanish), p. 6.

     In a Gondola, p. 7.

     Artemis Prologuizes, p. 9.

     Waring. I.  “What’s becomes of Waring?”—­II.  “When I last saw
     Waring,” p. 10.

     Queen Worship. I. Rudel and the Lady of Tripoli.—­II.
     Cristina, p. 12.

     Madhouse Cells. I. Johannes Agricola [of 1836.] II.
     Porphyria [of 1836], p. 13.

     Through the Metidja to Abd-el-Kadr, p. 14.

     The Pied Piper of Hamelin, p. 14.

1843.  No. 4.  THE RETURN OF THE DRUSES.  A Tragedy in five acts.  By Robert Browning.  London, E. Moxon, 1843.

1843.  No. 5.  A BLOT IN THE ’SCUTCHEON.  A Tragedy in three acts.  By Robert Browning.  London, E. Moxon, 1843.  Acted at Drury Lane Theatre, Feb. 11, 1843.

1844.  No. 6.  COLOMBE’S BIRTHDAY; A Play in five acts.  By Robert Browning.  London, E. Moxon, 1844.  Acted at the Haymarket, April 25, 1853.

1845.  No. 7.  DRAMATIC ROMANCES AND LYRICS By Robert Browning.  London, E. Moxon, 1845.

Contents: 

     How they brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix, p. 3.

     Pictor Ignotus. Florence, 15—­, p. 4.

      Italy in England. [Called “The Italian in England” in the
     Poems, 1849], p. 4.

     England in Italy. [Called “The Englishman in Italy” in
     Poems, 1849], p. 5.

     The Lost Leader, p. 8.

     The Lost Mistress, p. 8.

Home Thoughts from Abroad. I.  “Oh, to be in England.”—­II.  “Here’s to Nelson’s Memory.” [Put after Claret and Tokay, in Poet.  Works, 1863, under “Nationality in Drinks."]—­III.  “Nobly, nobly Cape St. Vincent,” p. 8. ["Home Thoughts from the Sea.”]

     The Tomb at St. Praxed’s, p. 9.

     Garden Fancies. I. The Flower’s Name.—­II. Sibrandus
     Schafnaburgensis
, p. 10.

     France and Spain. I. The Laboratory (Ancien
     Regime
).—­II. The Confessional, p. 11.

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