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

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     The Flight of the Duchess, p. 12.

     Earth’s Immortalities. I.  “See, as the prettiest
     graves.”—­II.  “So the year’s done with,” p. 19.

     Song. “Nay, but you, who do not love her,” p. 19.

     The Boy and the Angel. [A fresh couplet added on
     republication in Poet.  Works, 1868,] p. 19.

     Night and Morning. I. Night.—­II. Morning. [Called
     “Meeting at Night” and “Parting at Morning” in 1863], p. 20.

Claret and Tokay. I.  “My heart sunk with our Claret-flask.”  II.  “Up jumped Tokay on our table.” [These grouped together, with “Here’s to Nelson’s Memory,” as “Nationality in Drinks,” No. 37 in Poet.  Works, 1863,] p. 20.

     Saul [Part the First, only; completed in Men and Women,
     1855,] p. 21.

     Time’s Revenges, p. 22.

     The Glove. (Peter Ronsard loquitur), p 23.

1846.  No. 8, and Last.  LURIA; and A SOUL’S TRAGEDY.  By Robert Browning.  London, E. Moxon, 1846.

     Luria. A Tragedy in five acts, p. 2.

     A Soul’s Tragedy. Part First, being what was called the
     Poetry of Chiappino’s Life; and Part Second, its Prose. [With
     Preface to A Soul’s Tragedy not reprinted], p. 21.

1844.  THE LABORATORY (Ancien Regime).  By Robert Browning, in Hood’s Magazine, vol. i., 1844, pp. 513-14.  Reprinted in Dramatic Romances and Lyrics (Bells and Pomegranates, No. 7), 1845, as the first of two poems called France and Spain.

1844.  CLARET AND TOKAY.  By Robert Browning. ["My heart sunk with our Claret-flask,” and “Up jumped Tokay on our table"], in Hood’s Magazine, vol. i., 1844, p. 525.  Reprinted in Dramatic Romances and Lyrics (Bells and Pomegranates, No. 7), 1845.

1844.  GARDEN FANCIES.  By Robert Browning.  I. The Flower’s Name.—­II. Sibrandus Schafnaburgensis. In Hood’s Magazine, vol. ii., pp. 140-42, 1844.  Revised and enlarged in Dramatic Romances and Lyrics (Bells and Pom., No. 7), 1845.

1844.  THE BOY AND THE ANGEL.  By Robert Browning.  In Hood’s Magazine, vol. ii., pp. 140-42.  Enlarged in Dramatic Romances and Lyrics (Bells and Pomegranates, No. 7), 1845.

1845.  THE TOMB AT ST. PRAXED’S (ROME 15—­).  By Robert Browning.  In Hood’s Magazine, vol. iii., pp. 237-9, 1845.  Enlarged in Dramatic Romances and Lyrics (Bells and Pomegranates, No. 7) in same year.  Reappeared in Works, 1863, and after, with the title “The Bishop Orders his Tomb in St. Praxed’s Church.”

1845.  THE FLIGHT OF THE DUCHESS.  By Robert Browning.  Part the first, in Hood’s Magazine, vol. iii., pp. 313-18, 1845.  Part II. appeared when the first part was reprinted in Bells and Pomegranates, No. 7, in the same year, Dramatic Romances and Lyrics.

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