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Robert Browning's Poetry

Summary: A well-known dramatic monologue poet, Robert Browning utilized the narrative form in his poems. However, he also expertly portrayed the inner emotions and feelings of the characters described in his poetry. As shown in three of his poems -- "Porphyria's Lover," "My Last Duchess," and "Soliloquy Of The Spanish Cloister" -- Browning's descriptions of emotion and themes are deeper and can be read with a better sense of understanding than many novels could.
Browning's poetry is about how people feel and think and is not just literature. Robert Browning is a well-known dramatic monologue poet; his poems are written in narrative form and have strong themes. A dramatic monologue is a poem where we see the speaker's inner thoughts, Browning shows that well in all his poems, he always portrays the inner emotions and feelings of the characters described in the storyline.

Browning's attempts to express the characters passions and emotions are evident by the way the poem is read, the drift of the poem and the overall tone of the poem. In all his poems it is evident as to what the character is thinking and feeling. Browning uses different techniques to get this across to the audience. Not only are his poems expressive, but also they are very descriptive. Browning always sets the atmosphere and scenery of the...

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