This e-book offers an creation to the problems that absorbed the eye of poets from the 1830s to the Nineties. The 13 chapters supply clean insights into the works of recognized figures corresponding to Robert Browning, and Alfred Tennyson and the writings of ladies poets--such as Amy Levy and Augusta Webster--whose contribution to Victorian tradition has only in the near past been stated through students. the amount, so one can be of curiosity to students and scholars alike, encompasses a specific chronology of the Victorian interval and a advisor to extra interpreting.

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