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BROWNINGIANA 

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BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

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BROWNINGIANA 

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DEDICATION 
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LOVER OF BROWNING 

FRIEND AND INSPIRATION 

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EVERY STUDENT OF LITERATURE IN BAYLOR 





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THE PORTRAIT OF ROBERT BROWNING 
by his son, Robert Barrett Browning 



FOREWORD 

For several years past thai section of the Baylor University Library de- 
voted to the works of and concerning Robert Browning has been growing 
rapidly under the direction of Dr. A. J. Armstrong. Just as rapidly grew the 
need for a full and complete bibliography of these works. Seeing the need, 
I undertook the making of this bibliography as the thesis for my A. B. degree. 

I have found the work interesting, although it has been long and tedious, 
and I have received from it a greater realization of the far-reaching results of 
Browning's writing. I hope that the students who come to the study of 
BrcAvning may be helped by this bibliography, and that it will be revised and 
additions made as the library grows. 

1 wish to express my appreciation for the assistance rendered in this work 
by many fellow students. But to Dr. Armstrong am I most greatly indebted 
— to Dr. Armstrong who, because of years of tireless study of this great 
master, is able to instil in the hearts of those who come to learn, a new 
philosophy of life, a doctrine of optimism and love, and an undying reverence 
for music, for art, for nature, and for God. 

AURELIA E. BROOKS 
Columbia University, 
March 2, 1921. 



BAYLOR BROWNINGIANA 

The Baylor collection of Browning material is probably the most exten- 
sive in America containing as it does one of the largest number of different 
books and magazines dealing with Browning yet collected. Prominent in the 
library portion are the almost complete set collection of first editions, books, 
drawings and papers from Browning's own library. But of equal importance 
are the Browning portrait painted by the artist son of the poets, Harriet Hos- 
mer's original caste of the Clasped Hands, presented to Baylor University by 
Miss Lilian Whiting of Boston, and the large collection of personal letters 
secured when the poet's effects were sold. 

Baylor's Browningiana is the outgrowth of the private library of Dr. 
A. J. Armstrong, head of the English Department, who during many years 
collected works concerning Browning. The English Department has added 
to the collection until it has reached its present constituency. 

Among the interesting books is Browning's copy of Aeschylus, which is 
thought to have been the volume used in making his translation of the 
Agamemnon. The book is autographed and contains many marginal glosses 
in the poet's handwriting. Browning's copy of Anna Swanwick's translation 
of Aesch}^lm with illustrations after Flaxman, and Browning's copy of Homer 
in two volumes with marginal notes, are other valuable items. 

The large collection of letters belonging to the Browning correspondence 
has been carefully catalogued. These letters concern themselves with the 
social side of the poet and have many of them been referred to in various 
works on Browning. 

The English Department has collected all available music which has 
been written for poems of the poets. The collection will be found catalogued 
under the caption Music. 

A word should probably be said on the subject of cross-referencing. It 
is the hope of the compiler that this Bibliography may be really useful to 
students studying Browning. With that in view many titles have been placed 
where one would most readily expect to find them. There have been tabu- 
lated almost invariably the subject, the author, the actual title, and the prom- 
inent word and thought. Articles on Mrs. Browning have been included, 
although no effort has been made to make such a bibliography complete. 

Many articles referring casually to Browning have been included. Per- 
haps the scope taken is too great, but it must be remembered that this is an 
undergraduate's work and errors in judgment and in other ways are likely to 
be found. 

The poem by Mr. W. G. Kingsland, of which a plate is given, has an 
interesting history. WTien Miss Aleph Tanner was making her collection of 
poems dedicated to Browning she found mention of several poems by Mr. 
Kingsland but could locate only one in time for inclusion in her book. Mr. 



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Kingsland was appealed to and furnished several poems, but one he could 
not locate. He said he remembered having written such a poem but he could 
find not the slightest trace of it. About the same time Dr. Armstrong hap- 
pened to be in London and procured the large collection of letters just men- 
tioned. Among the letters, was the poem sent to Mr. Browning by Mr. 
Kingsland. It is probably the only copy that ever existed. 

It will be noted throughout the Bibliography that a number of poems 
exist still in manuscript. These poems will be published later as a supple- 
ment to Miss Tanner's Homage to BroDfning. See caption Homage to BroJ»n- 
ing: Supplementary. 

Should anyone find a poem not included in this Bibliography, Dr. Arm- 
strong would be very grateful for any information concerning it. A collection 
of Browning parodies is also being made, although it is hardly yet ready for 
publication. The list in hand is tabulated under Parodies. 

The portrait of Robert Browning by his son, Robert Wiedemann Barrett 
Browning was secured by Dr. Armstrong and was presented to the University 
by the Senior Class of 1919. It is in a hand-carved frame of much beauty. 
The picture is one of two painted by the artist, the other portrait being among 
the valued possessions of Baliol College, Oxford. 

To the exceeding generosity of Miss Lilian Whiting it is due that Baylor 
University possesses one of the three original castes of Harriet Hosmer's 
Clasped Hands. Miss Whiting was approached with a financial offer but she 
generously gave the priceless possession, although five thousand dollars had 
been refused previously for this prize. The presentation of the Clasped 
Hands to the University was one of the features of the Diamond Jubilee when 
with Edwin Markham in the chair, Vachel Lindsay, Harriet Monroe and 
Texas' own poet, Judd Mortimer Lewis, all vied to render homage to Robert 
Browning. Miss Whiting also gave the University some letters of Sarianna 
Browning, a number of her own books and a silhouette of Robert and Eliza- 
beth Browning made by the son. 

Splendid as is the collection already chronicled, it is hoped it is only a 
beginning and that in years to come Baylor University may become known 
as the Mecca of Browning material and thought. With that ideal, the De- 
partment of English openly requests gifts of any kind — small or great — that 
will in any way increase the completeness of its Browningiana. 

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ABBE VOGLER. AN ACCOUNT pF 

From Fetis and Nisard. By Miss Eleanor Marx. London Browning 

Society Papers 3 : 339-343 821.88 Dbs. 
ABBOT. ALLAN 

A High School Course in Drama. English Journal 2:95:Feb. 1913. 
ABBOTT. HELEN C. De SILVER 

See under Michael 547 M 582. 
ABBOTT. LYMAN 

Love Letters of Two Poets. Outlook 62:485-490. 
ABBOTT. MARY WINCHESTER 

Bror»ning and Meredith, Some Points of Similarity. (Poet-Loro 

Company, Boston. 1904) 821 :88 Dap. 

Same (Typew f ittea) 821.88 Dam. 
ABERDEEN STUDENT OF TODAY, AN 

By Isabella F. Mayo. Eclectic Magazine 122:234-241 : Feb. 1894. 
ABOUT PEOPLE (Browning's Son) 

By Editor. Outlook 50:325: Aug. 25, 1894. 
ABT VOGLER 

Browning Study Programmes. A Croup of Music Poems — A Toc- 
cata of Caluppi's, Master Huguts of Saxe-Cotha, Abt Vogler. By 

Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 10:2:288-293. 

By Mrs. Turnbull. London Browning Society Papers 4:469-476 

821.88 Dbs. 

Same. Berdoe Browning Studies 143-150 821.88 Ulbs. 

Same. London Browning Society Papers 4:469-476. 

Query and Ansrver. By Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 2:1 :28-29. 

(Translated into Greek.) Translations into Gree^ and Latin Verse. 

By R. C. Jebb 2- 1 5 808.8 J44tc. 

See Littell's Living Age 131 :514. 
ABT VOGLER AND ANDREA DEL SARTO 

By Helen J. Ormerod. Berdoe Broivning Studies 151-165 621.88 

Ulbs. 

Same. London Browning Society Papers 11:297-311. 
ABT VOGLER. THE MAN 

By Mrs. Turnbull. Berdoe Browning Studies 267-282 821.88 

Ulbs. 

Same. London Browning Society Papers 10:221-236 821.88 Dbs. 
ACADEMY 

An Apology — on Reading the Browning Love Letters. By Elsie 

Higginbotham. Littell's Living Age 222:792. 

Balaustions Adventure. (Smith, Elder and Co.) London. Re- 
viewed under General Literature. By G. A. Simcox. 409-410: 

Sept. 1. 1871 821.88 Dacad. 

Robert Browning, a poem. By Mary A. Woods. Littell's Living 

Age 231-528. 

The Ethics of Parody. Littell's Living Age 238:125-127. 

In Memoriam, Robert Browning. By Michael Field. 920:405: 

Dec. 21, 1889 821.88 Xman. 

A Literary Man. By Harriet Jay. Littell's Living Age 237:378- 

381. 

Obituary, Robert Browning. By J. T. Nettleship. 920:405-406: 

Dec. 21. 1889 821.88 Xman. 

Qn Learning by Heart. Littell's Living Age 271 : 505-506, 



BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 



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Some Child-Critics of Browning. 
214:127-128. 



By W. W. Littell's Living Age 



Browning's Atiitude with Regard to Art. The Primitive Methodist 

Quarterly Review and Christian Ambassador 467-481 :July 1890 

821.88 Lba. 
ADAMSON, R. M. 

Browning on Art. The Scottish Art Review 2:15:85-87. 
ADCOCK. A. ST. JOHN 

Poetr^) of War (Bookman). Littell's Living Age 283:398-407. 
ADDRESS DELIVERED AT THE CONVERSAZIONE HELD AT 

THE LONDON HOSPITAL, AN 

October 2, 1882. By Jonathan Hutchinson. Printed by J. E. 

Adlard, Bartholomew Close, London, 1882. 
ADDRESS TO THE BROWNING SOCIETY, INTRODUCTORY 

By Rev. J. Kirkman. (Oct. 28, 1881, at University College, Lon- 
don. Printed separately.) 821.88 Eak. 

Same. Berdoe's Browning Studies 1-20 821.88 Vlbs. 

Same. London Browning Society Papers 2:171-190 821.88 Dbs. 
ADDRESSES ON BROWNING 

By D. G. Brinlon. Poet Lore 2:1 :40-43. 

By Professor H. N. Hoxie. Poet Lore 2:1 :43-47. 
ADVENTURE AND HEROISM, POEMS OF 

Browning Stud^ Programmes. By Charlotte Porter and Helen A. 

Clarke. Poet Lore 1 1 :2 & 3:289-293; 403-418. 
ADVENTURES AMONG BOOKS 

By Andrew Lang. Scribner's Magazine 10:337-344:Sept. 1891; 

10:651 -656:Nov. 1891. 
ADVICE OF A FATHER TO A DAUGHTER ON ENTERING 

COLLEGE 

By Charles F. Thwing. The Independent 71 :473-477:Aug. 31, 

1911. 
ADVICE TO YOUNG AUTHORS 

By Edgar Fawcett. Literary Digest 13:202-203: June 13. 1896. 
A. E. THE NEO-CELTIC MYSTIC 

By Julia Ellsworth Ford. Poet Lore 16:4:85. 
AESCHYLUS, THE DRAMAS OF 

By Anna Swanwick. 852 A 353de8. 

With thirty-three illustrations from Flaxman's designs. Robert 

Browning's own copy. 
AESCHYLUS' SOLILOQUY 

Cornhlll Magazine, November 1913, 209 New Series (647), 577- 

581 821.88 Hoes. 
AESCHYLUS, SOLILOQUY OF 

Current Opinion 56:55: Jan. 1914. 
AESCHYLUS. THE SOLILOQUY OF 

By Robert Browning. A program given by Sivori Levey, Six Sat- 
urday Afternoons, November 1st to December 6th, 1913. 
AESCHYLUS, TRAGEDIES OF 

Re-edited with an English Commentary. By F. A. Paley. (Robert 

Browning's copy with his autograph and marginal notes in his hand- 
writing. Thought to be the copy used in his translation of Agamem- 
non.) 882 A 253tp. 
AESTHETICS— FRENCH 

By Edward Dowden. Contemporary Review 1 :279-31 1 :March 

1866. 

Same. Contemporary Review 99: 5 -8: Literary Supplement 41. 



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BROWNINGIANA 3 

AFFECTATION 

(Sat. R.) Littell's Living Age 129:248-251. 
AFTER BROWNING (M}; Last Duchess Parodied; 

Anonymous. 

A Parody Anthology. By Carolyn Wells. 194 821.08 W453pa. 
AFTERNOON CALL. AN 

(Temp. Bar.) Littell'. Livini? Age 203:208-215. 
AFTERNOON LECTURES ON ENGLISH LITERATURE. THE 

By a group of scholars. (Five volumes, the title in the last four 

being Lectures on i^tieraiure and Art) Mr. Tennyson and Mr. 

Browning. 5:139-179. 

By Edward Dowden. 820.4 L 471 a. 
AGAMEMNON 

Century 25:468-470: Jan. 1883. 

Editorial. Contemporary Review 2:445: June 1866. 
AGAMEMNON. LA SAISIAZ, AND DRAMATIC IDYLS 

Literary World 419 December 2. 1882. 

The Riverside Press, Cambridge 821.88. 

Houghton. Mifflin Company. Boston. 1883. 
AGAMEMNON OF AESCHYLUS. THE 

Athenaeum 2609:525-527:October 27. 1877. 

Reviewed by Henry Morley. Nineteenth Century 3:384-385:Feb 

1878. 

Transcribed by Robert Browning, London. Smith, Elder & Co., 

15 Waterloo Place 1877. (All rights reserved). First edition. 

821.88 Hag 1. 
AGONY OF THE VICTORIAN AGE, THE 

By Edmund Gosse. Edinburgh Review 228:276-296:Ocl. 1918. 
AH. LOVE. BUT A DAY 

See Music. 
AHLBORN. IDA A. 

The Broivnings\ New England Magazine 5:13:Nov. 1886 (Type- 
written) . 
AID TO LIVING FROM BROWNING 

By Mrs. Mary E. Bagg. Memorial Meeting of the Syracuse 

Browning Club 14-20 821.88 Bsy. 
AIMS OF LITERARY STUDY. THE 

P. A. C. Poet Lore 7:5:270-272. 
AINGER ALFRED 

Browning and Arnold, Athenaeum 3327: 158: August 1. 1891. 
AITKEN. J. BRUNTON. AND J. S. K. MOSS 

Browning's Estimates of the Value of Effort. Notes to the Pocket 

Volume of Selections from the Poems of Robert Browning. By 

Alex Hill 37-40 821.88 Dhn. 
AKED, CHARLES FREDERICK 

Browning as The Preacher's Poet. Literary Digest 31 : 536-538: 

October 14, 1905. 
ALBION 

Notes (under Current Topics) on Mesmerism. 47:1 1 :133:March 

13, 1869. 
ALBUM. BROWNING 

In a catalogue of very choice Books. Manuscripts and Autograph 

letters. 1913:8-9 821.88. 
ALBUM. THE INN 

See Inn Album. 
ALCOTT. WHITTIER. AND BROWNING. RECOLLECTIONS OF 

By M. S. Porter. B. C. 81 :846r B. C. 81. 



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ALDEN, HENRY MILLS 

Intellectual Leadership of George William Curtis. Literary Digest 

28:44: January 9, 1904. 

The TVcHJ Fiction. Literary Digest 37:321 :September 5, 1908. 
ALDEN, RAYMOND MACDONALD 

Lyrical Conceit of the Elizabethans. Studies in Philology 14:129- 

152: April 1917. 
ALDEN, WILLIAM L. 

/. Fenimore Coopers Ranl( as Novelist. Literary Digest 18:339: 

March 25, 1896. 
ALDINE 

The Pied Piper of Hamelin. June 1871:4:6:90. 
ALDRICH. THOMAS BAILEY 

The Greater Victorian Poets. Robert Browning 61-74; 123-26 

821.04 B 724. 
ALEXANDER, ELMER ROSS 

Bibliography of Browningiana in Baylor Library compiled in con- 
junction with Sue Moore. 821.88 xbbm. 
ALEXANDER, W. F. 

Milton. Contemporary Review 96:668-683: December 1909. 
ALEXANDER. WILLIAM JOHN 

An Analysis of Sordello. London Browning Society Papers 12: 

1-25 821.88Db8. 

An Introduction to the Poetry of Robert Browning. Ginn and 

Company 1889 821.88 Dai. 

Introduction to Poetry of Bron>ning, Commentaries. Poet Lore 

1:11:533-534. 
ALFASSA, PAUL et GILBERT DE VOISINS 

Monsieur Sludge, Le Medium, Translated into French. La Nou- 

velle Revue Francaise 91 :41 7-461 (New Series) April 1, 1921. 
ALKESTIS 

A Study of Shakespeare's Winter Tale Compared mth Alkestis in 

Literature. By P. A. C. Poet Lore 4:10:516-521. 

Does Browning's Alkestis Interpret Euripides Fairly? By Philip S. 

Moxom. Poet Lore 8:7:425-432. 
ALKESTIS OF EURIPIDES AND OF BROWNING. THE 

By C A. Wurtzburg. Poet Lore 2:7:345-360. 
ALLEN. ANNIE WINSOR 

Victorian Hypocrisy. Atlantic Monthly 1 14:174-186:July 1914. 
ALLEN, LOUISE 

Pippa Passes. (A bronze statue.) Described in Dallas Saturday 

Night February 21, 1920. 
ALLEN. WILLIAM HARMAN VAN 

Robert Browning's Birthday. Emerson College Magazine 20:3: 

136:Jan. 1912. 
ALLIBONE'S DICTIONARY OF AUTHORS 

Robert Browning. 1 :267 R 820.3 A 436. 
ALL'S RIGHT WITH THE WORLD 

See Music. 
ALL'S WELL 

Being optimistic thoughts from the writings of Robert Browning. 

Selected by Graham Hope. London and New York. Howard Wil- 

fordBell 1902. 821.88 Saw. 
ALMA MURRAY 

See Murray, Alma. 
AMERICAN AMATEUR STAGE, THE 

By Charles Carey Waddle. Cosmopolitan Magazine 10:12:Nov. 

1890. 



BROWNINGIANA 5 

AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN LITERATURE OF THE PAST 

TWO DECADES 

By Editor. Literary Digest 20:573-574: March 12, 1900. 
AMERICAN APPRECIATION OF ROBERT BROWNING, ENG- 
LISH AND 

Poet Lore 1:10:494. 
AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 

English Poetr)f and English History. By Goldwin Smith. 10:28- 

40:Oct. 1904. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHILOLOGY 

BroTsning's Lapses. By W. H. Browne. 32:241 :482-485. 

Classical Elements in the Works of Droi»ning. By W. C. Lawton. 

17:197. 

See Boston Browning Society Papers 363-387 821.88 Vbp. 

Reviews and Book Notices. By Edwin W, Fay. 31 :89:Part VI. 
AMERICAN LITERATURE, THE FUTURE OF 

By Bliss Perry. Baylor Literary 17:119 I23:jan. 1909. 
AMERICAN MAGAZINE 

•Some Sane Words about Brov>ning. By Emily Shaw Forman. 

8:5:536-541 :Sept. 1888. 
AMERICAN NOTES AND QUERIES 

Bron>nings Diction. 2:26:304-305: April 27, 1889. 

The Flight of the Duchess. By M. C. Leunox 2:1 7:197: February 

23, 1889. 

The Ring and the Book. 1 : 7:80-81 :June 16, 1888. 

Who Was BroJvning's The Lost Leader? ]^y Margaret Gangewer. 

2:23:270-272: April 6, 1889. 
AMERICAN POETRY OF THE PAST YEAR 

By H. A. C. Poet Lore 13-1 :123-140. 
AMERICAN POETRY. RECENT 

By William Morton Payne. Dial 35:36-41, July 16. 1903. 
AMERICAN POETS, GOOD 

Editorial Independent 702:468-470. 
AMERICAN PRIMARY TEACHER 

Song from Pippa Passes. By Edith Giles. Emerson Cdlege Mag- 
azine 20 :3 : 1 46- 1 50. 

Country Life 10:317:July 1906. 
AMERICAN REVIEW 

BroTvnings Poems. April 1850. New Series 28. (Whole No. 54): 

388-399. 
AMERICAN VERSE 

Poet Lore 4:11:580-588; 8:6:370-374; 8:12:95-99; 9:1:126- 

131; 9:3:445-450; 10:1:134-138. 
AMERICA'S DEBT TO BRITISH POETRY 

By Mr. Stedman. Literary Digest 22:316:March 16. 1901. 
AMES. CHARLES GORDON 

Caliban Upon Setebos. Boston Browning Society Papers 67-83 

821.88 Vbp. 

The Democracy^ of Aprile. Poet Lore 5:1 :27-34. 
AMPLEFORTH JOURNAL, THE 

The Religion of Robert BroUfning. By J. B. McLaughlin. 9:1 :48- 

62:Ocl. 1903. 

ANAEL'S SONG 

By Charlotte Porter. Homage to Robert Broi»ning, Aleph Tanner 

92 821.88 Xht. 

Lips of Music. By Charlotte Porter. 116 81 1 P 8441. 



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ANALECTA 

From Mrs. Browning's Letters. Gathered by Mary Trammell Scott. 

821.88 Xalm. 
ANALYTICS OF LITERATURE 

By L. A. Sherman. 190-209 80! e 553a. 
ANALYTICS OF LITERATURE AGAIN 

ByC. Poet Lore 5:10:529-531. 
ANATOMIZING OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE 

By Richard Grant White. Atlantic Monthly 53: 595-61 2: May 

1884. 
ANCESTORS. ROBERT BROWNINGS 

By F. J. Furnivall. London Browning Society Papers 12:26-45 

821.88 Dbs. 
ANCIENT AND MODERN LETTERS 

By Lane Cooper. South Atlantic Quarterly 1 1 :234-243 : April 

1912. 
ANCIENT INSTANCE AND A MODERN WANT. AN 

By W. Emery Barnes. Contemporary Review 98:2:489-492. 
ANDERSON. JESSIE M. 

Humor: Carl\fle and DroJ»mng. Poet Lore 2:8:421-423. 
ANDERSON. JOHN P. 

Life of DroT»mng — Great Writers Series edited by Eric Robertson 

and Frank T. Marzials with Bibliography by John P. Anderson 

appended. 821.88 Bsh 2 copies. 
ANDERSON. MARY (MME. DE NAVARRO) 

A Few Memories. 152-154 B A548f. 
ANDERSON. MELVILLE B. 

By^ron in Definite Form. Dial 36:389-390: June 16. 1904. 
ANDERSON, W. H. 

BroTvning: The Poei of the People. Poet Lore 6:5:244-248. 
ANDREA DEL SARTO 

Browning Study Programme. A Croup of Art Poems — Old Pic- 
tures in Florence, Fra Lippo Lippi, Andrea del Sarto. By Charlotte 

Porter and Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 8:8:586-592. 

A Comparative Stud}) of lVordsn>orth's Michael, Tennyson s Enoch 

Arden, BroJ»ning's, Andrea del Sarto. By Vida D. Scudder. Poet 

Lore 3:2:87-93. 

Alfred de Musset (Oeuvres Completes Comedies et Proverhes). 

By Albert Fleming. London Browning Society Papers 8:95-102 

821.88 Dbs. 

The Teaching of Poetr\) in the High School. By Arthur H. R. 

Fairchild. 22-63 808.1 F165p. 

Pleading With His Wife. In Illustrations to Browning's Poems. 

Part 2. 
ANDREA DEL SARTO: A PAINTER'S POEM 

By Harriet Ford. Poet Lore 4:3:144-148. 
ANDREA DEL SARTO AND ABT VOGLER 

By Helen J. Ormerod. London Browning Society Papers 1 1 :297- 

311 821.88 Dbs. 

Same. Berdoe Browning Studies 151-165 821.88 Vlbs. 
ANDREA DEL SARTO AND HIS WIFE 

By A. W. Crawford. Methodist Review Whole Number 53a 

Fifth Series 30:96:6:929-938:Nov.-Dec. 1914. 
ANECDOTES OF ROBERT BROWNING 

Littell's Living Age 184:824-March 29. 1890. 
ANGEL AND CHILD. THE 

In Illustrations to Broii>ning Poems, Part 1. 821.88. 




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BROWNINGIANA 7 

ANGELO. MICHAEL. THE MOSES OF 

By Robert Browning. Yale Review 4:l-2:Ocl. 1916. 
ANGELO ORDERS HIS DINNER 

By Bayard Taylor. A Parod}f Anthology 205. By Carolyn Wellt. 

821.08 W 453 pa. 
ANGLIA 

For Article in Anglia, 32:1 and 2, See G. R. Elliott. 821.88 Lse. 
ANGLO-AFRICAN COMPOSER. SAMUEL COLERIDGE-TAY- 
LOR. THE 

Literary Digest 29:834-836: December 17. 1904. 
ANGLO-NORMAN RENAISSANCE. THE 

By J. E. G. de Montmorency. Edinburgh Review 229:154-172: 

Jan. 1919. 
ANIMAL KINGDOM. BROWNING AND THE 

By Elisabeth Luther Gary. Critic 43: 163- 1 65: Aug. 1903. 
ANNALS OF AMERICAN ACADEMY 

Idealism as a Practical Creed. By Henry Jones. Reviewed by 
Mary Lloyd 34: 182- 183: Nov. 1909. 

Cenius, Fame, and Comparison of Races. By Charles H. Cooley. 

9:317-358:May 1897. 

Report of the Civic Committee. By Kate Cassatt MacKnight. 

28:293-296: June 1906. 
ANNALS OF A QUIET BROWNING CLUB 

By I. N. Cog. See ArieVs, etc. 
ANNOTATED EDITION OF TENNYSON. THE 

Contemporary Review 93:13-16:Feb. 1908 Literary Supplement. 
ANNOTATING SHEEP GO ASTRAY. THE 

Under Notes and Nem. Poet Lore 8:3:164-168. 
ANOTHER SPIDER QUERY AND ANSWER 

By Henry C. McCook. Poet Lore 1:11 :5 18-520. 
ANSWER TO A QUERY 

By Henry C. McCook. Poet Lore 1 :3 :486. 
ANTHOLOGIES 

For selections see Poems — Anthology. 
ANTHOLOGY OF MODERN POETRY 

Parting at Morning and Meeting at Night, By R. Browning. In 

Japanese. By Aiyu Kobayashi. 808.1 K75. 
ANTHOLOGY. VICTORIAN 

By Stedman. Review Independent 47:1580:1895. 
APOLOGY ON READING THE BROWNING LOVE LETTERS. 

AN 

By Elsie Higginbotham (Academy). Littell's Living Age 222:792. 
APOLLO AND MARSYAS AND OTHERS POEMS 

By Eugene Lee Hamilton. Athenaeum 2981 : 764-766: December 

13. 1884. 
APPARENT FAILURE IN REALITY ULTIMATE SUBSTAN- 

TIAL TRIUMPH 

By Joshua Kendall. Boston Browning Society Papers 118-129 

821.88 Vbp. 

APPARITIONS 

By Edmund Gurney and F. W. H. Myers. Nineteenth Century 

15:791-815:May 1884. 

A Song; Words by Browning. Poet Lore 2:4:224-225. 

See Music. 

APPEARANCES 
See Music. 



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APPRAISALS OF ROBERT BROWNING. NEW 

By Lilian Whiting. Current Literature 52:701-703. 
APRIL IN ENGLAND 

C. L. S. C. Round Table. Chautauquan 62:266:April 1911. 
ARABESQUE IN ART. BROWNING AND THE 

By Felix E. Schelling. 821.88 Est. 
ARBUCKLE. AGNES 

A Comparison of Poe and Rossetti. Baylor Literary 18:304-307: 

April 1910. 

ARCHBISHOP TRENCH'S POEMS 

By Aubrey De Vere. (19th Cent.) Littell's Living Age 178: 131- 
144. 

ARCHITECTURAL RECORD 

Religion of Dron)ning'3 Poein. By Rev. Savage. Arena 9:273- 
286. 

ARENA, THE 

AmcTican Drama Sociei)^. By Barret H. Clark. 3:179-193. 
The Attitude of Southern Women on the Suffrage Question. By 
Annah Robinson Watson. 17:363-369: Feb. 1895. 
Bacchus, One of the World's Great Poems. By Chas. Malloy. 
32:504-513 :Nov. 1904. 

Robert Bror»nings Message to the Nineteenth Centur\f. By Jamei 
T. Bixby. l:3:283-297:Feb. 1890. 

Brownings Rabbi Ben Ezra. By B. O. Flower. 50:334-341 :Ocl. 
1908. 

Browning's Saul and Caliban. By S. S. Curry. 40:47-51 : July 
1908. 

Browning's Theory of Love. By Elmer James Bailey. 41:231: 
274-284: March- June 1909. 

Prof. S. S. Curry, His Work for Life and Art. By B. O. Flower. 
40:39-47: July 1908. 

The Eagle Hearted Poet of the Nineteenth Century. By B. O. 
Flower. 39:72-78. 

Editorial. By William Norman Guthrie. 1 :222-243. 
Italian Freedom and the Poets. By Lewis Worthington Smith. 
41:230:152-160:Feb. 1909. 

Jen^in Lloyd Jones and His Master Work, Abraham Lincoln Cen- 
ter. By George Wharton James. 37:380: April 1907. 
Kate Field. By Lilian Whiting. 16:919-923: Nov. 1896. 
Matthew Arnold as a Poet. By H. W. Peck. 33:155-161 : Jan. 
1905. 

A New England Poet of the Common Life. By S. Walter Fots. 
38:159-161: Aug. 1908. 

The Open Vision in Art. By Hon. Daniel Pratt Baldwin. 19:843- 
849: June 1898. 

The Passing of the Old in Drama. By Edgar White Burrill. 
3:205-224. 

Picture of Robert Browning. 9 .111-213 :¥ eh. 1894. 
Pleas for the Study of Browning. By Margaret Connolly. 20:623- 
633:Dec. 1898. 

The Poems of Emerson. By Chas. Malloy. 32:145, 151 : Aug. 
1904; 33:65-70: Jan. 1905. 

The Poet as Philosopher. By B. O. Flower. 39:323-331 : March 
1908. 

The Poet, His Mission and Message. By B. O. Flower. 38:166- 
169. 




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A Pott of the PeopL. By B. O. Flower. 7:607-61 9: March 1893. 

The Poetrxf of Poe. By Edwin Markham. 32 : 1 70- 175 : Aug. 1904. 

The Real Significance of the Parliament of Religions. By Max 

Muller. 2:3-14:Dec. 1894. 

The Religion of Brorttning's Pot.try. By Rev. M. J. Savage. 9:273- 

285:Feb. 1894. 

Rem}) de Courmonl. By Richard Aldington. 6:167-183. 

A Revised Version of V emce. t$y Julia S. Vrooman. AQ-.bll-b^d. 

Revolution in Religious Thought During the Nineteenth Century. 

By B. O. Flower. 26:598-61 1 :Dec. 1901. 

Whom Cod Hath Joined. By Rev. Mabel Mac Coy Irwin. 30: 

186-189:Aug. 1903. 

To Edrvard Fitzgerald. By Browning. l:3:326:Feb. 1890. 

Magazine Articles: To Edward Fitzgerald, by R. Browning, 1 :3: 

326; Italian Freedom and the Poets, by L. W. Smith, 41 :230:152- 

160:Feb. 1909; Browning's Theory of Love, by C. J. Bailey, 

41:231:274-284:March-June 1909 821.88 Xman. 
ARGOSY 

Robert Browning. By E. F. Bridell-Fox. 291 : 108-1 14 :Feb. 1890 

821.88 Xman. 

Robert Browning. By E. F. Bridell-Fox. Littell's Living Age 

184:762-766. 
ARIEL'S PAPER DISCUSSED. MISS 

Part I of the Annals of a Quiet Browning Society. Poet Lore 

7:5:225-240; Part 2, 7:6&7:356-366; Part 2. 7:8&9:436-446. 

ARISTOPHANES' APOLOGY 

Including: A Transcript from Euripides being the Last Adventure 

of Balaustion. (First Edition) Smith, Elder & Co., 15 Waterloo 

Place, London. 1875. All rights reserved. 821.88 Harl. 

(First American Edition) James R. Osgood & Co., Boston, 1875. 

Contains Professor Seymour's Bookplate. 821.88 Harla. 

By John B. Bury. London Browning Society Papers 8:79-86 

821.88 Dbs. 

Editorial on. Atlantic Monthly 36:493-495 :Oct. 1875. 

Athenaeum 2477:51 4-51 4: April 17, 1875. 
ARISTOPHANES' PHILOSOPHY ACCORDING TO BROWNING 

By Helen Leah Reed. Poet Lore 5:5:237-247. 
ARMFIELD, MAXWELL 

Frontispiece and Decorations to Browning's Heroines. By Ethel 

Colburn Mayme. 821.88 Pmh. 
ARMITAGE, ELLA S. 

The Poetry of Robert Browning. A Paper Read Before the 

Rotherham Literary and Book Society May 12, 1890. Printed by 

request, Frederick Slack Caxton Office, Rotherham. 1890. 821.88 

Darp. 
ARMS, M. W. 

A Poet of Italy: An Appreciation of Ciosue Carducci. Poet Lore 

16:2:75-76. 
ARMSTRONG. A. JOSEPH 

Places of Interest to the Browning Student. 821.88 Kpa. 

Robert Barrett Browning. Baylor Times: March 15, 1913. 
ARMSTRONG, MARGARET 

Pippa Passes, Illustrated. Dodd. Mead & Co.. New York, 1903 

821.88 Hypa. 

Sonnets from the Portuguese. By Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett Brown- 
ing. Dial 33:402-403: June 1, 1902. 



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ARMSTRONG, M. D. 

Recent English Poelr\f. Fortnightly Review 101 :499:March 1914. 
ARMSTRONG, RICHARD A. 

Failh and Doubt in the Century's Poets. Robert Browning 114-136 

808.1 a 837 fd. 
ARMYTAGE. J. C. 

Early Portrait and Autograph of BroJ»ning. Bookman 2:466:Feb. 

1896. 
ARNOLD AND BROWNING 

By Alfred Ainger. Athenaeum 3327: 158: August 1, 1891. 
ARNOLD. MATTHEW 

By Frederick Harrison. Nineteenth Century 39:433-447: March 

1896. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 209:362-367. 

By Leslie Stephen. Eclectic Magazine 122:300-313 :March 1894. 

By Leslie Stephen. (Natn'l R.) Littell's Living Age 200:90-103. 

By H. D. Traill. (Contemp. R.) Littell's Living Age 178:88-96. 

Poems. Athenaeum 301 7:229-230: Aug. 22, 1885. 
ARNOLD, MATTHEW. AS A POET 

By H. W. Peck. Arena 33:155-161 :Jan. 1905. 

By Harriet Waters Preston. Atlantic Monthly 53:641 -650: May 

1884. 
ARNOLD, MATTHEW. AS A POPULAR POET 

By Wm. A. Sibbald. (Mac M.) Littell's Living Age 241 :83-98. 
ARNOLD. MATTHEW. POEMS OF 

By Henry G. Hewlett. Contemporary Review 24: 559-567 rSept. 

1874. 
ARNOLD. MATTHEW. RELATION TO 

By A. Orr. Athenaeum 3326:129:July 25. 1891. 
ARNOLD. MATTHEW. THE CULT 

By Edith J. Rich. Dial 37:200:October 1, 1904. 
ARNOLD SALE, First Edition of Browning 

Poet Lore 13:2:315. 
ARNOLD'S HOLD ON IMMORTALITY 

Literary Digest 36: 730: May 16, 1908. 
ARNOLD'S POETRY, ETHICAL TENDENCY OF MATTHEW 

By Thomas Bradfield. Eclectic Magazine 124:310-319:March 

1895. 
ART 

Robert BroT^ning in His Relation to the Art of Painting. Read at 

the twenty-eighth meeting of the Browning Society of Boston. By 

Sarah W. Whitman. March 26. 1889 821.88 LWP. 

Browning Study Programme: A Croup of Art Poems, Old Pic- 
tures in Florence, Fra Lippo Lippi, Andrea del Sarto. By Char- 
lotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 8:8:586-592. 

BroJi}ning's Attitude With Regard to Art. By A. C. R. Primitive 

Methodist Quarterly Review and Christian Ambassador 467-481 : 

July 1890 821.68 Lba. 

See under Fotheringham. 

See under Howard S. Pearson. 
ART AND ARTISTS. BROWNING AND ITALIAN 

By Pearl Hogrefe. 821.88 Lhi. 

ART AND ECCENTRICITY 

By Herbert Paul. Eclectic Magazine 138: 574-582: May 1902. 

ART AND LIFE 

By Vernon Lee. Contemporary Review 69:658-669 :May 1896. 



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ART AND POPULARITY 

E. D. W. (Elizabeth D. West Dowden.) Homage to Browning, 

Aleph Tanner 1 46. 82 1 .88 xhl. 
ART, THE BROWNINGS, THEIR ART AND THEIR LIFE 

By Lilian Whiting with autograph of the author. 621.88 Bwb. 

2 copies. 
ART CRITIC, ROBERT BROWNING AS AN 

By Kathleen Blackshear. 820.4 B631a. 
ART JOURNAL 

Portraits of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By C. Lewis 

Hind. 62-64:1890 821.88 xps2. 
ART LITERATURE AND THE DRAMA 

By Margaret Fuller Ossoli. Bron>ning*3 Poems 207-221. Miss 

BanetCs Poems 198-206 814 084al. 
ART MAGAZINE 

Portraits of Robert Browning. By W. M. Rossetti. 13:181-188: 

May 1890 and 13:246-252; 261 -267: June 1890 821.88 Xpsr. 
ART OF AUTHORSHIP. THE 

Methods: Conscious and Unconscious. By George Bainton. 58-59 

808.3 A939a. 
ART OF COQUETRY, THE 

By Gertrude Lynch. Cosmopolitan 36:606: March 1904. 
ART OF PAINTING, BROWNING AND THE 

Sarah Whitman. 821.88 Lwp. 
ART, OPEN VISION IN. THE 

By Hon. Daniel Pratt Baldwin. Arena 19:843-849: June 1898. 
ART POEMS, BROWNING'S 

By A. H. Smyth. Poet Lore 2:3:145-146. 

The Stud}f Class. By Anna Benneson McMahan. 197-198 807 

M167. 
ART REVIEW 

Robert Broii>ning (Poem). By William Sharp. 1 :33-36:Feb. 1890 

821.88 X psr. 

A Note on Browning. By W. Mortimer. 1 :28-32:Feb. 1890. 

Mr. IVilliam Sharp's Boo\ on Bromning. Under Notes and Re- 

vieros 157-158. By Frederic Wedmore. 

ART SPIRIT IN BROWNING'S FLIGHT OF THE DUCHESS. 

THE 

By Charlotte Moore. Poet Lore 11:2:266-276. 
ART STUDIES IN BROWNING'S POEMS 

By Roy Harris. From McMaster's University Monthly 349-358: 

May 1918 821.88 Lmm. 

ART STUDIES IN THE FLIGHT OF THE DUCHESS 
Poet Lore 11:2:266. 

ARTIST, BROWNING AS AN 

By E. H. Merrett. From Memorial Meeting of the S]fracuse 
BroJifning Club 24-5A 821.88 Bsy. 

ARTISTS AND CRAFTSMEN OF TODAY. BROWNING'S MES- 
SAGE TO 

By George Wharton James. Craftsman 149-151 :November 1903 
821.88. 

ART'S DECLINE AND FALL 

Literary Digest 41 :546:October 1. 1910. 

ASK NOT ONE LEAST WORD OF PRAISE 
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ASOLAN COUNTRY. IN THE 

By Eugene Benson. (New R.) Litteirs Living Age 211 :n5-121. 
Oct. 10, 1896. 

ASOLANDO. EPILOGUE TO 

Current Literature 33: 197: Aug. 1902. 

ASOLANDO, FANCIES AND FACTS 

London: Smith, Elder & Co., 15 Waterloo Place, 1890. First 

edition 821.88 Ha 1. 

Fifth edition 1890 821.88 Ha 5. 

Author's Edition, Boston and New York, Houghton, Mi£Flin & 

Co., The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1890. Autographed by 

Elisabeth O. Robbins Dec. 28th, 1889 821.88 Hah. 

By Josiah Gilbert. Athenaeum 3246:51 : January 11, 1890. 

Brownings Last Book. Critic 12:307:Dec. 21, 1889 821.88 

Xman. 

More Queries Answered On. By J. F. Kirk, Jr. Poet Lore 3:2: 

159-162. 

Poet Lore 12:4:619. 

Reviewed by Helen Archibald Clark. Poet Lore 2:2:94-100. 

Review. Igdrasil 118:March 1890. 

Editorial in Harper's Monthly 80:807: April 1890. 

Kaicho On. Summum Bonum. Translated into Japanese by Bin 

Uyeda 134-140 821.88 Xku. 

Reviewed. Athenaeum 3247: 75: January 18, 1890, and December 

21, 1889. 

By Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 2:2:94-100. 

Reviewed in Literary World 21 :1 :3:January 4, 1890. 

Reviewed: Book Reviews, Nassau Literary Magazine (Princeton 

College) 496: Feb. 1890. 

ASOLO 

A Friend of Browning's. By Lilian Whiting. See the SpringBeld 

Sunday Republican Oct. 6, 1918. 

By Lucy S. Conant. Poet Lore 18:2:245-258. 

By Felix Moscheles. Scribner's Magazine 10:3:359-367:September 

1891. 

By Chas. De Kay. Browning in Asolo; Where Venice Asolatea. 

In Clippings. / 

See Introduction Leavens' Pippa Passes 821.88 Kla. 

From ihe Asolan Hills, a continued poem containing the account of 

the principal events in the history of Asolo. By Eugene Benson. 

821.88 B 474b. 

In the Asolan Counir\) (New R.) Littell's Living Age 211:115- 

121. 

Pall Mall Budget 1108:1624 821.7 Xpmb. 

Pilgrimage to Haunts of Browning. By Julia Pauline Leavens. 

821.88 Kla. 

See Bronson. 

ASOLO AND ITS NEIGHBORHOOD 

By Linda Villari. (Murray's.) Littell's Living Age 191:367-371. 

ASOLO, BROWNING AT 

A Poem of Seven Stanzas. By Robert Underwood Johnson. Cen- 
tury Magazine 23 (New Series), 45 (Old Series), 47 (November 
1892). 

See Schauffler's, Through Ital}) with Poets, for Johnson's Browning 
at Asolo and other Browning Poems 808.1 S 313 t. 



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ASOLO. BROWNING IN 

By Katherine Coleman de Kay Bronson. Century 59 (Old Series). 

37 (New Series). 920-931 : April 1900. 
ASPIRATION 

By Alice Harriman. Homage to Brot»ning, Aleph Tanner 144 

821.88 Xht. 
AT BROWNING'S GRAVE 

By Alfred Forman. Homage to Browning, Aleph Tanner 118 

821.88 Xht. 

By H. D. Rawnsley. Homage lo Broruning, Aleph Tanner 117 

821.88 Xht. 

AT FANO 

By Rennell Rodd. Homage lo Broivning, Aleph Tanner 85-86 

821.88 Xht. 
AT KING'S CHAPEL 

By Mrs. Annie E. Johnson. Homage lo Brontning, Aleph Tanner 

133-134 821.88 Xht. 

AT THE SIGN OF THE PLOUGH 

(Cornhill.) Littell's Living Age 268:563. 

Questions on Bron>ning's Worlds. By Owen Seaman. (Cornhill.) 

Littell's Living Age 269:54-55. 175. 

AT THE WINDOW 
See Music. 

AT 29 DE VERE GARDENS 

By F. T. Palgrave. Homage lo Robert Bror»ning, Aleph Tanner 

119-120 821.88 Xht. 

Same. Athenaeum 3248:1 16:Jan. 25. 1890. 

AT VESPER TIME 

By Ruth Baldwin Chenery. Containing Several Poems Dedicated 
to Browning 48. 51. 52. 53 811 C518v. 

AT WHAT AGE DO LITERARY MEN DO THEIR BEST WORK> 
By Horatio Winslow. Lippincott's Magazine 51 :276. 

ATALANTA 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. English Men and Women of Leiiera 
of the Nineteenth Centur}). By Mrs. Humphrey Ward. 1 :708- 
712:Sept. 1888 821.88 Xman. 

ATHENAEUM 

Advertisements Browning's Works. By Bell and Stone. 4411:544: 

May 11, 1912. 

The Agememnon of Aeschylus 2609:525-527:Oct. 1877. 

Apollo and Mars^as and other Poems. By Eugene Lee Hamilton. 

2981 :764-766:December 13. 1884. 

Aristophanes' Apolog}): Including a Transcript from Euripides; 

being the last Adventure of Balaustion 2477:513-514:April 17. 

1875. 

Asolando; Fancies and Facts. 3247:75-78: Jan. 1890. 

Asolando. By Josiah Gilbert. 3246:51 : Jan. 11. 1890. 

The Authorship of Tales from Boccaccio and Florentine Tale*. 

3328: 1 92- 193: Aug. 1891. 

Balaustion s Adventure: including a Transcript from Euripides. 

2285: 199-200: Aug. 12. 1871. 

A Bibliography of the Writings of Robert Broivning. By Thomas 

J. Wise. 3485:193-194:Aug. 2. 1894; 3487:256-257: Aug. 25. 

1894; 3492:422:Sept. 29. 1894; 3496: 569-570 :Oct. 27. 1894; 



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3594:354:Sept. 12. 1896; 3596:418-420:Sept. 26. 1896; 3600: 

564-566:Oct. 24, 1896; 3605: 758-759 :Nov. 28. 1896. 

Same. Reviewed 1 :3610:17-18:Jan. 2, 1897. 

A Blot in the 'Scutcheon 3 152:382: March 24, 1888. 

Books on French History 3742:95-96: July 15, 1899. 

Bro-D>ning and Arnold. By Alfred Ainger. 3327: 158: Aug. 1, 

1891. 

Broji>ning and St. Andren>s. By Thomas Bayne. 3334:386-387: 

Sept. 19, 1891. 

BroTpning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher. By Prof. 

Henry Jones. 33 19:725-726: June 6, 1891. 

BroJifning as a Poet of Music. By C. A. Harris. 4410:509-510: 

May 4. 1912; 4411:543:May 11. 1912. 

Robert Browning. By C. H. Hereford. 4053: 14-1 5: July 1. 1905. 

Robert BroTvning. By F. G. Kenyon. 4410:491 :May 4, 1912. 

Robert Browning. By A. Orr. 3248:1 17:Jan. 25, 1890. 

Mr. Robert Browning, an appreciation called forth by his death. 

2:3243:858-860:Dec. 21, 1889. 

Sarianna Browning. 1 :3940:564-565:May 2. 1903. 

Browningiana. By Edmund Gosse and Alfred Forman. 3607:838: 

Dec. 12, 1896. 

Mrs. Browning. By John H. Ingram. 3145:146:Feb. 4, 1888; 

3191:850:Dec. 22. 1888. 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By Th. T. 1840:153:1863. 

Mrs. Browning's Early Poems: The Battle of Marathon. 3341: 

618.619:NW. 7. 1891. 

Mrs. Brownings Letters. By A. Orr. 3669: 247 -248: Feb. 19, 1898. 

Elizabeth Browning in Her Letters. 4093:419: April 7, 19(>6. 

Mrs. Browning's Letters. Littell's Living Age 215:739.743. 

Mrs. Browning's Life. By Robert Browning (letter). 3146:179: 

Feb. 1888. 

Mrs. Browning's New Poem. Eclectic Magazine 23:41 5-41 9: July 

1851. 

Mrs. Browning's Parentage. By John Robison. 3479:97: July 11, 

1894; 3486:223-224:Aug. 18, 1894. 

Mrs. Browning's Parentage. By John Ingram. 3480:33: July 7, 

1894: 3484: 160: Aug. 1894; 3487:255: Aug. 25. 1894. 

Browning C\fclopedia. By Edward Berdoe. Reviewed 1:3352: 

107- 108: Jan. 13, 1892. 

A Browning Quer}). By Alfred Forman. 3749: 332: Sept. 2, 1899. 

A Channel Passage and Other Poems. 4015:475-476:Oct. 8. 1904. 

Christmas Book Pippa Passes. 3706:647: Nov. 5, 1898. 

Christmas Books. 3 1 87 : 703 : Nov. 24, 1 888. 

Christmas Eve and Easier Day. 757:370-371 : April 6. 1850. 

The Collected Works of William Morris. 4341 :5-6:Jan. 7. 1911. 

Colombe's Birthday. 886:944-945:Oct. 19, 1844. 

Same. 3325: 107- 108: July 18, 1891. 

Colonibe's Birthday. (Talk of the Mss.) 2:3488:298:Sept. 1, 

1894; 2:3490:363-364:Sept. 15, 1894. 

A Complaint. By R. Barrett Browning. 3376:66:July 9. 1892. 

Dead in Venice, a Poem. By Arthur Symons. 2:3243: 860: Dec. 

21, 1889. 

Detachment of Browning, A study of his personality. By W. M. 

1:3245:18-19:Jan. 4. 1890. 

Dramatic Idyls. 2689: 593 -595: May 10, 1879. 

^am*. (Sec. Series.) 2750:39-41 : July 10. 1880. 



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Dramatic Lyrics and the Return of the Druses. 757:385: April 22, 
1843. 

Dramatic Romances and Lyrics. 951 :58-59:Jan. 1846. 
Dramatis Personae 191 0:765-767: June 4, 1864. 
Edrvard Fitzgerald, Letters and Remains of. By Wm. Aldit 
Wright. 3220:55-57: July 13. 1889. 

English and Scottish Popular Ballads. By Francis Child. 3230: 
377-379:SeDt. 21, 1889. 

Essays and Thoughts of Bror»ning. By Netlleship. 3256:373-374: 
Essa})s and Sketches. 4045: 557-559: May 6, 1905. 
March 22. 1890. 

An Exposition of the Laros of Marriage and Divorce as admin- 
tered in the Courts of Divorce and Matrimonial causes Tt>ith method 
of Procedure in each kind of Suit. By Ridgway. 2361:110-111: 
Jan. 25. 1873. 

Ferishtah's Fancies. 2980:725-728:Dec. 6, 1884. 
Fine Arts. 3348:869-870: Dec. 26, 1891. 
Foreign Novels. 3508:80-81 : Jan. 19, 1895. 

Greater English Poets of the Nineteenth Centur\f. By Wm. M. 
Payne. 4218:232:Aug. 29. 1908. 

The Creek Christian Poets and the English Poets. 1848:425: 
March 28, 1863. 

A Handbook to the Work of Robert Browning. By Mrs. Suther- 
land Orr. 3022:396-397:Sept. 26, 1885. 

/ Chanced upon a Neiv Book Yesterda]). 2:3220:64: July 13. 1889. 
In Cap and CoJvn: Three Centuries of Cambridge Wit. By 
Charles Whitley. 3239:702-703 :Nov. 23. 1889. 
The Inn Album. 2509: 70 1-702: Nov. 27. 1875. 
Jocoseria, reviewed in. 1 :2891 :367-368: March 24, 1883. 
Juvenile Books. 4070: 576-577 :Oct. 20. 1905. 
King Victor and King Charles. 757:376-378: April 30, 1842. 
La Saisiaz: Two Poets of Croisic. 2639:661 -664: May 25, 1878. 
La Vie et VOeuvre de Elizabeth Browning. By Marie Merlette. 
4046:585-586:May 13, 1905. 

Les Sonnets Portugais tr. By Ferninand Henry. 4042:457-458: 
April 15. 1905. 

Letters of E. B. Browning. By F. G. Kenyon. 3654:627-628: 
Nov. 6. 1897. 

Letters of James Russell Lowell. By Chas. Eliot Norton. 3444: 
581-584:Oct. 28. 1893. 

Letters of Perc^ B^sshe Shelley. With an Introductory Essay. 
1769:214-215:Feb. 21. 1852. 

The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett, 1845-1846. 
3721:201 -202 :Feb. 18. 1899. 

Our Library) Table. 2356:809:Dec. 21. 1872; 2620:54:Jan. 12. 
1878; 3 157:532-533: April 28, 1888; 3190:812:Dec. 15, 1888; 
3254:305-306:March 8, 1890; 3256:370:March 22, 1890; 3324: 
60-61 :July 11. 1891; 3352:694-695 : May 28. 1892; 3498:641: 
Nov. 10. 1894; 3622:41 4-41 5 :Nov. 27. 1897; 3768:47: Jan. 13. 
1900; 3918:720-721 :Nov. 29. 1902; By Charles Algernon Swin- 
burne. 4014:443-444:Oct. 1, 1904; 4030:81 -83 :Jan. 21. 1905; 
4093:419-420: April 7. 1906; 4099: 606- 608: May 19. 1906; 4205: 
4093:419-420:April 7. 1906; 4090:606-608: May 19. 1906; 4205: 
668-669 :May 1908. 

Life and Letters of Robert Browning. By Mrs. Sutherland Orr. 
3319:7Z5-726:June 6, 1891, 



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Life of BroTvning. 3253:604-605. 

Life of DroJDning. By G. K. Cheslerlon. Reviewed by E. K. 
Burlingame. 1 :3946:744-746:June 13. 1903. 

Same. Reviewed by Mr. Hall Griffith. 1 : 3984: 306-308: March 
5. 1904. 

Life of Bron>mng. By Edward Dowden. Reviewed in 1:3986: 
362-363: March 1904. 

Literary Gossip 2907:50-51 : July 14, 1883; 2945 :444-445 : April 
5. 1884: 3024:494-495:Oct. 10, 1885; 3091 : 130-1 31 :Jan. 22, 
1887; 3121 :245-246:Aug. 20. 1887; 3 133: 64 1-642: Nov. 12, 1887; 
3146:181-182:Feb. 11. 1888; 3147:214-215:Feb. 18. 1888; 3187: 
700-701 :Nov. 24. 1888; 3205:41 1-41 2 :Nov. 30, 1889; 3217:794: 
June 22, 1889; 3234:524-525:Oci. 19, 1889; 3242: 823 -824: Dec 
14. 1889; 3243:860-862:Dec. 21. 1889; 3244:897-898:Dec. 28. 
1889; 3246:50-51 :Jan. 11, 1890; 3247:86-87: Jan. 18. 1890; 
3255:342-343:March 15. 1890; 3264:642-643: May 17. 1890; 
3267:739-740:June 7. 1890; 2171 :36-38:July 5. 1890; 3282:388- 
390:Sept. 20. 1890; 3285:484-486:Oct. 11. 1890; 3293:778-779: 
Dec. 6. 1890; 331 1:475-476: April 11. 1891; 3334:389-390:Sept. 
19. 1891; 3337:487-488:Oct. 10. 1891; 3338:51 9-520 :Oct. 17. 
1891 ; 3343:688-689:Nov. 21, 1891 ; 3352:278-279: Feb. 27, 1892; 
3352:566-567: April 30, 1892; 3433:229:Aug. 12. 1893; 3438: 
389-390:Sept. 16. 1893; 3446:665-670: Nov. 11. 1893; 3485:196- 
197:Aug. 11. 1894; 3488:290-291 : Sept. 1. 1894; 3583:846:Jan. 
27, 1896; 3608:875-876:Dec. 19, 1896; 3622:41 8-41 9 :Nov. 27. 
1897; 3634:81 l-812:June 19. 1897; 3650:491-492:Ocl. 9. 1897; 
3662:24-25: Jan. 1. 1898; 3704:572-573:Oct. 22, 1898; 3767:19: 
Jan. 6, 1900; 3791 :787-788: June 23. 1900; 3833:468-469: April 
13. 1901; 3874:1 17-1 18:Jan. 25. 1902; 3891 :661 :March 24. 
1902; 3901: 160- 161: Aug. 2. 1902; 3910:454-455:Oci. 4. 1902; 
3930:241-243:Feb. 21. 1903; 3943:659-660: May 23, 1903; 3957: 
291-292:Aug. 29. 1903; 3967:61 7-61 8 :Nov. 7. 1903; 4000:820- 
822:June 25, 1904; 4015:485-486:Oct. 8, 1904; 4087:234-235: 
Feb. 24. 1906; 41 19:408-41 0:Oct. 6, 1906; 4128:738-739:Dec. 
8, 1906; 4135:104-105:Jan. 28. 1907; 4204:476-477:May 9. 
1908; 4411:536:May 11, 1912. 

Liferarp Remains of C. 5. Calved^. By Walter J. Sendall. 
Verses and Fl^ Leaves by C. S. Calverly. 3026:532-534 :Oct. 24, 
1885. 

Lost Poems. 1796:421 -422: March 29, 1862. 
Men and Women. 1464: 1327- 1328: Nov. 17, 1855. 
miliam Morris. 4423:109-1 10: Aug. 3, 1912. 

Mr. William Morris. By Thee. Watts Dunton. 3598:486-488: 
Oct. 10, 1896. 

The Neii> Volumes of the Encyclopedia Britannica. 3903:211- 
213: Aug. 16, 1902. 

Notes from a Diar\f. By M. E. Grant Duff. 3674: 398-399: March 
26, 1898. 

The Old Yellow Boo^, the Source of Browning's Ring and the 
BooJ[, in complete Photo Reproduction. By Chas. W. Hodell. 
4223:396:Oct. 3. 1908. 

Pacchiaroito, and How he worthed in Distemper, with Other Poems. 
2495:101-102:July22, 1875. 

Parley^ings with Certain Peoplt of Importance in Their Da)f. Re- 
viewed in 1:3095 :247-249:Feb. 19. 1887. 
Personal NoteshyGo*tt. 3268:767-769: June 14. 1890, 



BROWNINGIANA 17 

Pippa Passes. 737:952:Dec. 11, 1841. 

Poems. By Matthew Arnold. 301 7:229-230: Aug. 22. 1885. 

Poems and Lyrics of the Jo}f of the Earth. By George Meredith. 

2909:103-104:July 28. 1883. 

Poems Before Congress. 1690:371-373:1860. 

Poems b}f Coventry^ Patmore. 3059 :77\ -772: June 12. 1886. 

Poems h\f the Wa]f. By Wm. Morris. 3352:336-338:March 12. 

1892. 

Poems, Dramatic and Lyfrical. By John Leicester Warren. 3417: 

497-498: April 22, 1893. 

Poems of Mrs. Bron»nmg. 1205:1242-1244:1850. 

The Poetical Works of James Russell Lontell 2753: 136- 1 37: July 

31, 1880. 

Poetry and Shopkeeping. By Muezzin. Littell's Living Age 293: 

685-688. 

Popular Poets of the Period. By F. A. H. Eyles. 3228:315-316: 

Sept. 7, 1889. 

A Prefatory Note, By Robert Browning. By J. H. Ingram. 3301 : 

153:Jan. 31. 1891. 

Prince Hohenstiel-Schlitangau, 5aviour of Society. 2304:827-828: 

Dec. 23, 1871. 

Raban or Life-Splinters. By W. C. Smith. 2788:454-455: April 

2. 1881. 

Recent Verse. 3069:237: Aug. 21. 1886; 3748:288-289: Aug. 

1899; 41 55:724-726: June 15, 1907; Philaster and Other Poems. 

By Astor Clair. 3173:220-221 : Aug. 18. 1888. 

Records of Tennyson, Rus^in and Broivning. By Anne Ritchie. 

3389:477-478:Oct. 8. 1892. 

Red Cotton Night-Cap Country, or Turf and Towers. 2376:593- 

594:May 10, 1873. 

Relations to Matlhev) Arnold. By A. Orr. 3326:1 29 :July 25, 1891. 

Return of the Druses. 81 8:608-609: July 1, 1843. 

Reviej» of Aurora Leigh. 1517:1425-1427:1856. 

The Ring and the Book (2. 3, 4) :2 160:399-400: March 20, 1869. 

Same. Reviewed by R. Buchanan. 2:2148:875-876:Dec. 26. 1868. 

Same. Reviewed New Eclectic Magazine 4:5:61 9-625 :May 1869. 

2868:489:Oct. 14, 1882. 

Selections from the Poets. 2752:1 10-1 1 1 :July 24, 1880. 

Shakspere's Sonnets. 3043:257-258:Feb. 20. 1886. 

The Shrine of Death and Other Stories. By Lady Dilke. 3055: 

642:May 15. 1886. 

Sister Beatrice and Ardiane and Barhe Blue translated by Bernard 

Miall. 3888:554-555:May 3. 1902. 

Sordello. 657:43 1-432: March 30, 1840. 

Stories from Robert Broivning. By Frederick May Holland. 

The Spring Publishing Season. 3718:1 13 :Jan. 28, 1899. 

Strafford, a Tragedy. By E. H. Hickey. 2955:757: Jan. 14. 1884. 

Same. 2966:273: Aug. 30. 1884. 

Temple Library — The poetical Works of Thomas Lon/ell Beddoes. 

By Edmund Gosse. 3296:879-881 :Dec. 27. 1890. 

Alfred Lord Tennyson, A Memoir. By His Son. 3651:521-522: 

Oct. 16. 1897. 

To Edn>ard Fitzgerald. 2:3200:64: July 13, 1889. 

The Week. 3031 :709:Nov. 28. 1885. 

Our Weekly Gossip. 1 693 :477 : 1 860. 



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Wise Men and A Fool By Coulson Kernahan. 3841:719-720: 
June 8. 1901. 

The Works of BroT»nxng. 4440:654:Nov. 30. 1912; 4444:776: 
Dec. 28, 1912. 

The Works of Geoffrey^ Chaucer. By Alfred H. Pollard; H. 
Frank Heath; Mark H. Liddell. and W. S. McCormick. Mac- 
mlllan & Co. 3723:268-269: March 4. 1899. 
ATHENAEUM REVIEWS 

By C. Poet Lore 3:10:528-9. 

ATHERTON. GERTRUDE FRANKLIN 

The Literary Development of California. Cosmopolitan 10:276: 
Jan. 1891. 

ATKINSON. EMILY 

A Feva Impressions From the Poems of Robert Browning, Pro- 
fusely illustrated. Published by Kegan. Paul, Trench, Trubner & 
Co., Ltd., London 821.88 gfa. 

ATLANTIC MONTHLY 

The Anatomizing of William Shakespeare. By Richard Grant 

White. 53:595-612:May 1884. 

Aristophanes' Apologyf, Editorial on. 36:493-495 :Oct. 1875. 

Matthenf Arnold as a Poet. By Harriet Waters Preston. 53:641- 

650:May 1884. 

A discussion of the performance of A Blot in the 'Scutcheon, a 

Philistine View. By T. R. Lounsbury. 84:764-773 :Dec. 1899. 

The Browning Tonic. By Martha Baker Dunn. 90:203-21 1 : Aug. 

1902. 

Books of the Months. 51 : 139-144: Jan. 1883; 58 :286-288 : Aug. 

1888; 59:284-288:Feb. 1887; 59:573-576:April 1887; 60:859- 

860:Dec. 1887; 62:429-432:Sept. 1888; 63: 139- 144: Jan. 1889; 

63:719-720:May 1889; 64:141-144:July 1889; 64:575-576:Oct. 

1889. 

Browning and the Special Interests. By Wm. Austin Smith. 114: 

809-81 4 :Dec. 1914. 

A Browning Courtship (Used to represent a Browning Wedding). 

By Eliza Orne White. 62:99-1 12 :July. 1888. 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 8: 368-3 76: Sept. 1861. 

Robert Browning. 65: 243 -248: Feb. 1890. 

Robert and Elizabeth B. Browning. By Harriet Waters Preston. 

83:81 2-826: June 1899. 

Browning's Lineage, a poem of fourteen lines. By Henry Van 

Dyke. 99:260:Feb. 1907. 

Christmas Eve, Easter Day, Sordello, Strafford, Reviewed. 13: 

639-642 :May 1864. 

Comment on New Books. 67:706-711 : May 1891. 

Concordance Making in New Zealand. By A. E. Trimble. 104: 

364-367: July 1909. 

The Contributor's Club. Editorial 48:710-716:Nov. 1881 ; 49:566- 

573:ApriI 1882; 52:419-431 :Sept. 1883; 57:429:March 1886; 

58:137-142:July 1886; 58:857-860:Dec. 1886; 62: 134- 140: July 

1888; 63:713-719:May 1889; 65:281 -285 :Feb. 1890; 66:133- 

139:July 1890; 67: 280-288: Feb. 1891; 112:852-854:July 1913. 

The Cult of the Passing Hour. By G. W. Firkins. 113:661-668: 

Jan. 1914. 

Curiosities of Criticism. By Agnes Repplier. 59:314-323: March 

1867. 



BROWNINGIANA 19 

The Decay of Sentiment. By Agnes Repplier. 60:67- 76: July 
1887. 

A Discussion of Edrvard Do^den's Lift of Broiifning. By H. W. 
Boynton. 94:269-270: Aug. 1904. 

Discussion of Browning's Life and lVorl(. By Mary Whiting. 65 : 
243-248:Feb. 1890. 

Discussion of Inn Album. 37:372-374: March 1876. 
Diversions of the Echo Cluh. 29:76-84:Jan. 1872; 29:710-715: 
June 1872; 29:269-275: March 1872. 
Dramatis Personae. 14:644-648: Nov. 1864. 

Editorial on Browning's Complete Poetical Works (and Dran\atic). 
77:273-274:Feb. 1896. 

Emerson as a Religious Influence. By George A. Gordon. 91 : 
577-578: Jan. 1903. 

English Love Song. 65:23-33 :Jan. 1890. 

The Enjoyment of Poetry. By Samuel M. Crothers. 83:268-276: 
Jan. 1899. 

Feristah's Fancies. 55:562-565: April 1885. 

Fiction in the Pulpit. By Agnes Repplier. 64: 527-536 :Oct. 1889. 
Footpaths. By Thomas Wentworth Higginson. 26:513-521 :July 
1870. 

The Forerunners. By Vida A. Scudder. 108:23 1-242: July 1911. 
Gardens and Garden Craft. By Francis Duncan. 90:559-563: 
July 1902. 

Gold Hair. 13:596-599:May 1864. 
Illustrated Books. Editorial 50:846-852:Dec. 1882. 
Miss IngeloTv and Mrs. Walford. 56:230-242: Aug. 1885. 
Henry James. 55:702-705:May 1885. 

Jacques Jasmion. By Harriet W. Preston. 37:34-42: Jan. 1876. 
Jocoseria. 51 :840-845:June 1883. 

Walter Savage Landor. By G. E. Woodberry. 51 :208-217:Feb. 
1883. 

Letters of D. G. Rossetti. 78:45-57: July 1896. 
The Life of Tennyson. By Hamilton Wright Mabie. 80:577-589: 
Feb. 1897. 

The Life of the Spirit in the Modern English Poets. Editorial 76: 
130-134:July 1895. 

Literary Centennials. By Annie Kimbal Luell. 109: 103 -107: Jan. 
1912. 

A Literary Curiosity. 54:398-41 3 :Sept. 1884. 
Literary London Twenty Years Ago, By Thomas Wentworth Hig- 
ginson. 80:753-761 :July 1897. 

The Madonna of the Future. By H. James, Jr. 31:276-297: 
March 1872. 

Memorials of Rossetti. 51 :549-555: April 1883. 
The Morality of Thackeray and of George Eliot. By Maria Louisa 
Henry. 51 :243-248:Feb. 1883. 

The Muses in the Common School. By Mary E. Burt. 67:531: 
April 1891. 

New Lights on Browning. By Ferris Greenslet. 92:41 8-423: Sept. 
1903. 

Old Yellow Book, Editorial on, as translated and edited. By Chas. 
W. Hodell. 101:407-41 3 :March. 1908. 

Mrs. Orr's Life and Letters of Robert Browning. Editorial Based 
on. 68:263-268: Aug. 1891, 



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Over the Teacups. By Oliver Wendell Holmes. 66:92- 105: July 

1890. 

The Pla^-Df right and the Pla\f-goers. By Brander Matthews. 102: 

421-426:July 1908. 

Pleasure, a Heresy. By Agnes Repplier. 67: 393 -402: March 1891. 

The Poetry) of William Watson. By Harold Williams. 107:267- 

276: Jan. 1911. 

Poe/rj; Today?. By Cornelia A. P. Comer. 1 17:493-498: April 

1916. 

Present Conditions of Literary^ Productions. By Paul Shorey. 78: 

156- 168: Aug. 1896. 

Professional Poetry. 55 :561 -566 : April 1 885. 

Prospice. 13:694: June 1864. 

The Reading of Books NoVfada})S. By George P. Brett. 114-620: 

626:Nov. 1914. 

A Realistic Poet. By Philip Bourke Marston. 49:51 4-51 7: April 

1882. 

Recent Literature. 27:392-400: March 1871; 29:6 19-630: May 

1872; 32:102-1 18:July 1873; 33:368-376: March 1874; 37:112- 

124:Jan. 1876; 38:747-754 :Dec. 1876; 39: 624-640: May 1877; 

43:405-41 4 :March 1879; 44:551 -560 :Oct. 1879; 68:842-846: 

Dec. 1891. 

The Relation of Music to Poetry. By Alfred Hayes. 113:59-69: 

Jan. 1914. 

The Red Cotton Night-Cap Country^. Editorial. 32:1 14-1 15 :July 

1873. 

Reminiscences of Professor Sophocles. By George Herbert Palmer. 

67:779-788:June 1891. 

Reviews and Literary Notices. 14:642-648:Nov. 1864; 23:256- 

264: Feb. 1869; 26:11 5-1 28:July 1870. 

Revival of the Poetic Drama. By Brander Matthews. 101:219- 

224:Feb. 1908. 

The Revival of Poetic Drama. By Edmund Gosse. 90:156-166: 

July 1902. 

The Ring and the Book- Editorial. 23:256-259: Feb. 1869. 

Christina Rosselti. By Paul Elmer More. 94:815-821 :Nov. 1904. 

Joseph Severn and His Correspondents. 68: 736-748: Dec. 1891. 

Shall We Still Read CreeJi Tragedy? By Thomas Dwight 

Goodell. 81:474-482: April 1898. 

Shelley. By Arthur Symons. 100:347-356: Sept. 1907. 

Some Aspects of Pessimism. By Agnes Repplier. 60:756-768:Dec. 

1887. 

Some P.emarks on the Study of English Verse. 92:469-475:Oct. 

1903. By Henry Vandyck. 

To Robert and Elizabeth B. Browning, a poem. By Marion Pelton 

Guild. 86:420-421 :Sept. 1900. 

Tennyson's and Browning's Latest Poems. Based on Browning's 

Parleyings with Certain People of Importance in Their Day. 59: 

705-708: May 1887. 

Two Books About Poetry. By William Allan Neilson. 89:419- 

423:March 1902. 

Two Books of Verse. 66:844-846:Dec. 1890. 

Two Philosophers of the Paradoxical. By Josiah Royce. 67:161- 

173:Feb. 1891. 

Two Women of Letters. 51 :413-416:March 1883. 

Under the Cliff, By Robert Browning. 13:737-738: June 1864. 



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BROWNINGIANA 2! 

Vague Thoughts on Art. By John Galsworthy. 1 09: 357-566: April 

1912. 

Victonan Hypocrisy. By Annie Winsor Allen. 1 14:l74-l88:July 

1914. 

The Virtuoso of the Old School. By Leon H. Vincent. 84:36-44: 

July 1899. 

The Vital Touch in Literature. By John Burroughs. 83:399-406: 

Feb. 1899. 

Ward's English Poets. By Francis H. Underwood. 48:273-280: 

Aug. 1881. 

Well Made Booki 76:117. 11 .111-11 A: Feb. 1896. 

Mr. Woodbury's Criticism. 66:847 -848 :Dec. 1890. 
ATTITUDE OF DETACHMENT. ROBERT BROWNING'S 

By Stopford Brooke. Literary Digest 26: 149- 150: Jan. 31. 1903. 
ATTITUDE OF SOUTHERN WOMEN ON THE SUFFRAGE 

QUESTION. THE 

By Annah Robinson Watson. Arena 17:363-369:Feb. 1895. 
ATTITUDE WITH REGARD TO ART. BROWNING'S 

By A. C. R. The Primitive Methodist Quarterly Review and 

Christian Ambassador 467-481 : July 1890 821.88 Lba. 
AURORA LEIGH 

Reading from Elizabeth B. Browning. Chautauquan 60:124:Sept. 

1910. 
AUSGEWAEHLTE GEDICHTE 

Von Robert Browning. Verlag von M. Heinsius Nachfolger, Bre- 
men, 1894. Ubersetzt von Edmund Ruete. 8213.88 Gspr. 
AUSTIN. ALFRED 

The Poetry of the Period. Mr. Browning. 38-76. 280 (First Edi- 
tion 1870) 821.88 A935p. 
AUSTIN. ALFRED AND ROBERT BROWNING 

By Wm. Lyon Phelps. Yale 7:580-591 : Jan. 1918. 
AUSTIN AND HIS CRITICS. ALFRED 

Literary Digest 21 : 582: Nov. 17. 1900. 
AUSTRALIAN APPRECIATION OF BROWNING. AN 

By Henry Laurie. Qentenary Addresses 55-63 821.88 Vnya. 

AUSTRALIAN MUSE. THE 

By S. Gertrude Ford. Contemporary Review 103:395-403:Marcli 

1913. 
AUTOBIOGRAPHY— THE CHARMS OF 

Munsey's Magazine 22:61 3: Jan. 1900. 

AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF M. D. CONWAY 
Independent 57:1 089 :Nov. 10. 1904. 

AUTHOR OF THE BROWNING ARTICLES. THE 

By Katharine Coleman De Kay Bronson. Century 63:638:Feb. 
1902. 

AUTHORS' WIVES 

Current Opinion 9:37-40. 

AVENGER. THE 

By John Homer Caskey. Baylor Literary 23:4-7:Fcb. 1915. 

AVISON, CHARLES 

Organist in Newcastle. An Essay on Musical Expression. London. 
1752 780.4 A958. 

AYERS. C. E. 

National Council of Teachers of English. English Journal 4 :6I t 
Jan. 1915. 



BACCHUS. ONE OF THE WORLDS GREAT POEMS 
By Chas. Malloy. Arena 32:504-1 3 :Nov. 1904. 

BACHELOR, ANN 

Thoughts From Broivning: Selections From the Writings of Robert 
Browning for Every Day of the Year. 821.88 Stb. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 

Robert BroVfning... By John Jay Chapman. 3:5:597-608:Nov. 
1896; 3:6:731-741 :Dec. 1896. 

BAGEHOT, WALTER 

Literary Studies (3 Vols.) IVordsHforth, Tennyson, and Bron>ning, 
orPurc, Ornate, and Grotesque Art in English Poetry. 2:326-381 
823.8 B144c. 

Nineteenth Century English Prose... By Dickinson. Contains 
IVordsTvorth, Tennyson and Broii>ning, or Pure, Ornate and Gro- 
tesque Art in English Poetry. 274-337 824.08 D553n. 

BAGG, MRS. MARY E. 

Aid to the Living from Broivning, From Memorial Meeting of th» 
Syracuse Bro-wning Club 14-20 821.88 Bsr. 

BAILDON. H. B. 

Robert Louis Stevenson, Essayist, Novelist and Poet. (Englische 
Studien.) Littell's Living Age 221 :671-688. 

BAILEY. CAROLINE S. 

Poetry and the Home. Outlook 104:568-571 : July 12, 1913. 

BAILEY. ELMER JAMES 

Special Articles. Forum 40:245-254: Aug. 1908. 

BAILEY. J. C. 

The Sonnets of M. De Heredia. Fortnightly Review 70:383; 
Sept. 1898. 

BAILEY. JOHN 

Poetry of Robert Bridges. (Quart. R.) LittcH's Living Age 278: 
3608:5 15-529: Aug. 30. 1913. 

BAILEY. PHILIP JAMES 

By Edmund Gosse. Eclectic Magazine 140:218-231 : Feb. 1903. 

BAINTON. GEORGE 

The Art of Authorship, Methods: Conscious and Unconsciout. 
58-59 808.3 A939a. 

BAIR, FREDERICK H. 

The Bible, The Greelfs and Oral English. English Journal 7:246: 
April 1918. 

BAKER. FRANKLIN T. 

Selected and Edited. BroJi>ning's Shorter Poems. The Macmillan 
Co., New York. 1916 821.88 Gspb. 

BAKER. HARRY T. 

Dates of the Ring and the Book. Nation 90:33-4: Jan. 13. 1910. 
Hair in Bro'D>ning's Poetry. A letter to the editor. Nation 93: 
263:Sept. 21. 1911. 
Poetry and the Practical Man. Forum 42:228-34:Sept. 1909. 

BALAUSTION'S ADVENTURE 

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Reprinted from the London Quarterly Review Jan. 1872. For 

private circulation. Printed by Beveridge and Fraser, London. 

821.88 Dfb. 

Reviewed under General Literature. By G. A. Simcox, Academy 

409-41 0:Sept. 1, 1871 821 Dacad. 

(Critical review.) By R. E. Thompson. Penn Monthly, The 

6:72:928-940:Dec. 1875. 
BALAUSTION'S ADVENTURE. ARISTOPHANES' APOLOGY. 

PACCHIAROTTO AND OTHER POEMS 

By Robert Browning. The Riverside Press, Cambridge. Houghton. 

Mifflin & Co., Boston, 1883. 
BALAUSTION'S tADVENTURE: INCLUDING A TRANSCRIPT 

FROM EURIPIDES 

Athenaeum 2285: 199-200: Aug. 12, 1871. 

By Robert Browning. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 15 Waterloo 

Place. First Edition 1871. (The Right of Translation is reserved.) 

Autographed by W. Hale White, Carshalton 821.88 Hbal. 
BALAUSTION'S ADVENTURE. REVIEW OF 

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BALAUSTION'S EURIPIDES 

A Dramatic Version of Balausiions Adventure and Aristophanes' 

Apology^ Made for Boston Bron>ning Literar); Societjf. By Helen 

A. Clarke. Poet Lore 26:1 :38-46. 
BALAUSTION'S OPINION OF EURIPIDES 

By Philip Stafford Moxom. The Boston Browning Society Papers 

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BALCH, ELIZABETH 

Japanese Poetr\f. Poet Lore 14:4:90. 
BALCONY 

See In a Balcony. 
BALDWIN, DANIEL PRATT. HON. 

The Open Vision in Art. Arena 19:843 -849: June 1898. 
BALDWIN, JAMES 

The Center of the Republic. Scribner's Magazine 3: 589-600: May 

BALDWIN, MARY R. 

Browning's Jules and Du Maurier's Little Billee. Poet Lore9:4: 
575-577. 

BALFOUR IN THE STUDY 

By Sidney Low. Edinburgh Review 216:255-278:Oct. 1912. 

BALLAD ART. MODERN DEVELOPMENTS IN 

Editor. Edinburgh Review 213:1 53- 179 :Jan. 1911. 

BALLADS. POPULAR ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH 

By Francis J. Child. Athenaeum 3230:377-379:Sept. 21, 1889. 

BANNISTER, A. T. 

BroToning's Religion. Homiletic Review 39:21 0-21 6 :Sept. 1900. 

BANTOCK, GRANVILLE 

See Music. 

BARCLAY, MARY M. 

.Brojvning Note. Poet Lore 1:6:300. 

BARDEEN, C. W. 

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BARLOW, GEORGE 

The Genius of Dicl(ens. Contemporary Review 94: 542-562: Nov. 

1908. 

The Transfiguralion erf Matter. Contemporary Review 85:686-696: 

May 1904. 

BARNARD. CLARA G. 

Poetic Characteristics of Matthew Arnold. Poet Lore 6:2:76-83. 

BARNETT PROFESSOR 

BroJvning's Jews and Shal^espeare's Jew. London Browning So- 
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Same. Berdoe's 253-266 821.88 Vlbs. 
Representatives of His Times. Poet Lore 1 :1 :31. 

BARNETT. SAMUEL AUGUSTUS. IN MEMORY OF 

His Thoughts, His Worlds, His Faith, and His Friends, in the 
words of Robert Browning. 

BARNICOAT. CONSTANCE A. 

The Reading of the Colonial Girl. Independent 60:939-950: Dec. 
1906. 

BARRETT. C J. MOULTON 

A Defense of Mrs. Browning's Father. Literary Digest 18:578: 
May 20. 1899. 

BARRETT'S INFLUENCE ON BROWNINGS POETRY. ELIZA- 
BETH 

By John Cunliffe. Publications of the Modern Language Associa- 
tion of America 23:2, New Series 16:2:169-183:1908 821.88 
Bcue. 

BARRETT'S POEMS. MISS 

Art, Literature and the Drama. By Margaret Fuller Ossoli. 198- 
206 814 084al. 

BARRINGTON. MRS. RUSSELL 

Lord Leightons Sf^etches. Eclectic Magazine 45: 180- 188: Feb. 
1897. 

BARRON. ESTELLE 

Translation of The Ring and The Boolf — Eine Interpretation. By 
Helene Meyer-Franck. 

BARTOL, C. A. 

The Border Land of Morals. Forum 6:194:Oct. 1888. 

BASKERVILLE, CHAS. 

The Rare Earth Crusade; what it portends, scientifically and 
technically. Science 17:772-781 :May 15, 1903. 

BASKERVILLE, W. M. 

Some Appreciations of Sidne]) Lanier. Dial 18:299-301 :May 

16, 1895. 
BATEMAN. MAY 

The Catholic View in Modern Fiction. Fortnightly Review 105: 

535:March 1916. 

BATES. ARLO 

Editor; A Blot in the 'Scutcheon, Colombe's Birthda}), A Soul's 

Traged}), and In a Balcon)). By Robert Browning. D. C. Heath 

& Co. 1906 821.88 Gpb. 

Talks on Teaching Literature 113-115 821 .88 Vbp. 

The Worth of Literar\) Culture. Literary Digest 15:733-734:Oct. 

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BATES. KATHARINE LEE 

In the Poets' Corner^ Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

101 821.88 Xht. 

Nenf Ideas in Teaching. Poet Lore 8:8:564. 

BATES. MABEL BARNETT 

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75 821.88 Xht. 

BAYLIS, WALTER J. 

A Causerie on Brol»ning. East and West 14:161 :272-276: March 
1915 821.88 Rbc. 

BAYLOR LITERARY 

The Avenger. By John Homer Caskey. 23:4-7:Feb. 1915. 

A Beautiful Life. By Lola Isbell. 12:332-337: May-June 1904. 

Robert BroTuning, Magnet of the Soul. By Francis Ohrum. 17: 

31 2-31 5: June 1909 821.88 Xblg. 

Bron>ning's Treatment of IVomanhood. By Olsie V. Betts.21-2: 

46-49:Oct. 1912. 

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Early Portrait and Autograph of Browning. By J. C. Armytage. 
2:466: Feb. 1896. 

The First Boolfs of Some English Authors. By Luther S. Living- 
ston. 10:l:76-81:Sept. 1899. 

In A Copy of Browning. By Bliss Carman. 3:23-24:March 1896. 
An Inquiry] as to Rhyme. By Brander Matthews. 8:32-38:Sept. 
1898. 

The Interpretations of Poetry and Religion. By George Santayana. 
12:190-91 :Oct. 1900. 

The Literary Portraits of C. F. Watts, R. A. By Gilbert Keith 
Chesterton and J. E. Hodder Williams. 12:472-481 : Jan. 1901. 
Love Letters. By Alice Meynell. 9: 162-165: April 1899. 
Chronicle and Comment (Editorial). 6:6:495-496: Feb. 1898; 10: 
l:14:Sept. 1899 821.88 Xmb. 

The New Golden Treasury. Short Criticism. By Hamilton W. 
Mabie. 6:470-71: Jan. 1898. 

News Notes, Recovery of Lost Copy Pauline. 1:155: April 1895. 
Pauline, Paracelsus. Book Mart 1 :280:May 1895. 
Photograph (Mrs. Browning) and Comment. 6:397-98: Jan. 1898. 
Picture, Browning House. 23:262:May 1906. 
The Poetical Works of Robert Browning. 4:480-81 : Jan. 1897. 
The Poetry of War. By A. St. John Adcock. Littell's Age 283 : 
398-407. 

Portrait and Comment. By Mrs. F. W. H. Myers. 3:391-92: 
July 1896. 
Postscript as io Rhyme. By Brander Matthews. 13:416-18:July 



BROWNINGIANA 35 

Revien) of Cilberi Keith Chesterton's Robert BroJi)ning. By F. M. 
Colby. 17:601 -604: Aug. 1903. 

Revieiv of Harr^ Christopher Minc/iin's A New Browning. 33: 
3.4:March 1911. 

Some Holidaif Publications. 4 '360'Q\:Dcc. m6. 
To Robert L\)tton. From Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By Eliza- 
beth Barrett Browning. 39:312-13:May 1914. 
The Two Great Victorian Poets, Robert Browning. By Edward 
Dowden. 16:4:351-359:Dec. 1902 821.88 Xman. 
The Undergraduate in Verse. By Joseph Le Roy Harrison. 7: 
159-61: April 1898. 

Victorian Literature. By Clement K. Shorter. 5:480: Aug. 1897. 
View Browning loved best (Pictures). 16:354-58:Dec. 1902. 
News Notes. (Blunder in Lines quoted from Christmas Eve.) 1 :3 : 
153: April 1895. 

Robert Browning From a Painting. By George Frederic Watts. 
29:380:June 1909. 

BOOKMART, THE 

Robert Browning, an appreciation 7:81 :393-396:Feb. 1890. By 

Editor. Browning's Sonnets in the Pall Mall Gazette. 7:82:457: 

March 1890. Editor. Foreign Notes 7:82:473-474 821.88 Xmab. 

Robert Browning's Pauline. Bookman 1 :61 :Feb. 1895. 

Message of Robert Browning, The. By W. Wilberforce Newton. 

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BOOK NEWS 

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Norma K. Bright. 24:283:460-463: March 1906 821.88 Xma 

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464-466:March 1906 821.88 Xma Vol. 6. 

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24:283:467-471: March 1906 821.88 Xma Vol. 6. 

A Great Poet in Her Prime. (Reminiscences of the days when 

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Wentworth Higginson. 24:283 :457-459: March 1906 821.88 Xma 

Vol. 6. 

Sonnets from the Portuguese. Selections 1 and 7. By Elizabeth 

Browning. 24:283:466: March 1906; 14:471; 38:503; 73:492 

821.88 Xma Vol. 6. 
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Notice 72: Dec. 4, 1886. 
BOOK. NOTICE OF 

Contemporary Review 101 :2:757-760:Literary Supplement 56. 
BOOK NOTICES: SELECT POEMS OF ROBERT BROWNING 

By Percival Chubb. Education Magazine 36:626:May 1916. 

BOOK REVIEW 

Editor. South Atlantic Quarterly 12:l75-6:April 1913. 

BOOK-SHOP, THE 

A Quarterly Journal. 50:Dec. 1892. 
BOOKS 

Literary Digest 28: 788-789: May 28. 1904; 30:254-255:Feb. 18. 

1905. 

BOOKS AND AUTHORS 

Eclectic Magazine 139: 696-700: Nov. 1902; 141 : 139-1 40 :July 

1903. 

By Editor. Outlook 50:397:Sept. 8, 1894; 52:759:Nov. 9, 1895; 



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BOOKS AND CRITICS 

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BOOKS AND LITERATURE 

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Nov. 3. 1917; 13:254:Dec. 29, 1917. 

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BOOKS. SOME RECENT 

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143-152;July 1906; 90: 447-456: Sept. 190^, 






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Literary Digest 29:28 July 2. 1904. 

BOOT AND SADDLE 
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BORDER LAND OF MORALS. THE 

By C. A. Bartol. Forum 6:187:Oct. 1888. 

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Paracelsus, 47 ; Personal Reminiscences, C. P. Cranch. 48 ; Sonnet, 
C. P. Cranch, 53 ; Remarks, Dana Esles. 54 ; Poem, R. W. Gilder, 
59; Hymn. Isaac Watts, 60 ; Benediction, Phillips Brooks, 61 ; 
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BOTTOM'S DREAMS 

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BOURNE. HENRY E. 

The Cambridge Hisiorxf of the French Revolution. Dial 37:162-4: 

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Reminiscences of an English Teacher. Dial 49: 232-233: Oct. 1. 

1910. 
BOWDOIN. W. A. 

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BOWEN. EDWIN W. 

LongfelloTi) Trvent^ Years After. Sewanee Review 13:165-176. 

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BOWEN, ROBERT ADGER 

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The Paolo and Francesca Theme in Modern Drama. Poet Lore 

27:4:397. 
BRAITHWAITE, WILLIAM STANLEY 

BroJvning's Youth and Arl (Recent Verse). Poet Lore 22:3:231. 

Lyrical Poetry of the Nev> Laureate. Forum 50:888-889:Dec. 

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BroJi}ning Elizabeth Barrett, and the Negro. Journal of Negro 

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Pre-Raphaelism and Its Literary Relation. South Atlantic Quar- 
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BREEZE. SIDWELL N. 

What Is a Parallelism? (Jew.) Shakespearian a 7:74:1 19: April 

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BRETON, FREDERIC 

Robert Browning, Homage to Robert Bron>ning, Aleph Tanner 

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BRETT. GEORGE P. 

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BREWSTER, WM. T. 

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BRICKDALE. ELEANOR FORTESCUE 

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Dec. 1, 1910. 
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A Death in the Desert. Taken from Facettes of Love. Poet Lore 

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Poet Lore 2:1:40-49. 

Art Poems of Robert Brorvning. Poet Lore 2:3:146-147. 

Browning on Unconventional Relations. Poet Lore 4:5:266-71. 

The Epilogues of Browning: Their Artistic Significance. Poet Lore 

4:2:57-64. 

Facettes of Love: from Browning. Poet Lore 1 :1 :l-27. 

The Idea of Cod in The Sun, Feristah's Fancies. Poet Lore3 :3 : 

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A^eip Poetic Forms as Shown in Browning, The. Poet Lore 2:5: 

234-246. 

Suggestions for Browning Stud^. Poet Lore 8:1:51-53. 

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BRITISH ART AT VENICE 

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BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW 

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BRITISH WEEKLY 

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Browning in Venice. Century Magazine 63: 572-584: Feb 1902 
821.88 Xman. 
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BRONSON'S. MRS.. HOSPITALITY 

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ice. Century 85 :445:Jan. 1913. 
BROOKE. L. LESLIE 

Drawings to Pippa Passes, A Drama by Robert Browning. Duck- 
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BROOKE, STOPFORD A. 

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Robert Browning. Contemporary Review. Littell's Living Age 

184:290-297:Feb. 1890 821.88 Dbj. 

Robert Broivning's Attitude of Detachment. Literary Digest 26: 

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Brojvnings Treatment of Nature. Critic 40:4:308-3l4:April 1902; 

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The Ebb-Tide of Poetr}) and Criticism. Literary Digest 21 :691 : 

Dec. 8. 1900. 

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Impression of Browning and His Art. Century Magazine 238-245: 

Dec. 1892 821.88 Xman. 

The Poetr}) of Robert Browning. Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., New 

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Books and Authors. Littell's Living Age 220:604; 223:402. 
BROOKES MONOGRAM ON ROBERT BROWNING STOPFORD 

Boo^s and Authors. Littell's Living Age 234:823. 
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The L-^ric Origins of Swinburne. Poet Lore 18:4:468-477. 
BROOKSBAND. B. 

Poetic Emotions and Affirmities. Eclectic Magazine 40:166-173: 

Aug. 1884. 
BROOMELL, CLYDE W. 

Pleasure. New Church Review 16:575-585 :Oct. 1909. 
BROWN. ALFRED H. 

Poetry of Ceorge Cabot Lodge. Twentieth Century 1 :403-414: 

Feb. 1910. 

BROWN. ANNA ROBERTSON 

The Lotus Symbolism in Homer, Theocritus, Moschus, Tennyson, 
and Browning. Poet Lore 2:12:625-634. 

BROWN. FRANK C. 

Technique of Non-Dramatic Blank Verse. South Atlantic Quar- 
terly 11:96-98: Jan. 1912. 

BROWN. LETTERS OF DR. JOHN 

Independent 65:493: Aug. 27, 1908. 

BROWN. LILLIAN ROWLAND 

War Poetry of Women. Nineteenth Century 81 :434-452:F»b. 
1917. 




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The Poet of the Opaque. Galaxy 19:6: 764-774: June 1875. 

BROWNE, W. H. 

Browning's Lapses. American Journal of Philology 32:241:482- ^^^ 

^^^' . . ... . IB 

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New Eclectic Magazine 5:6:71 l-725:Dec. 1869 821.88 Xmnc. 
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484-485. 

BROWNELL, W. C. 

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11 8: July 1887. 

By Percy Adams Hutchinson. Bookman 9:171 :April 1899. 

BROWNING 

By J. Westby Earnshaw. In manuscript. 

The Immortals and Other Poems. Love and the Universe. By 

Albert D. Watson. 73-76. 

BROWNING. ELIZABETH BARRETT 

Analecta. Mrs. Browning's Letters. Gathered by Mary Trammell 
Scott. 821.88 Xalm. 
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Miss Barrett's Poems. By S. Margaret Fuller. Paperi on Litera- 
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57:1013:Dec. 25. 1897. 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning and the Negro. By Benjamin Brawley. 
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A Poet's Mind. Editorial. Dial 47:5-7: July 1. 1909. 
Mrs. Browning and Miss Lowe. (English Review.) Eclectic 
Magazine 22: 33 7-344: March 1851. 

Elizabeth Browning in Her Letters. Athenaeum 4092:41 9: April 
1. 1906. 

Mrs. Browning in Letters. By Richard Henry Stoddard. Inde- 
pendent 39:1 :737-738; 39:2:770-771; 39:3:803-804. 
Mrs. Browning in Poetry Toda^. By Henry S. Pancoast. Book 
News 24:464-466:March 1906. 

Letter of E. B. Browning. By F. G. Kenyon. Athenaeum 3654: 
627-628 :Nov. 6. 1897 . 

Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By Louis J. Black. Dial 
23:274-7: Nov. 16, 1897. 

Mrs, Browning's Letters. (Athenaeum.) Littell's Living Age 215: 
739-743. 

Same. Nation 24:105-6:Feb. 1877; 66:1 12-1 13:Feb. 1898. 
Same. By A. Orr. Athenaeum 3669:247-248: Feb. 19. 1898. 
Mrs. Browning's New Poem. (Athenaeum.) Eclectic Magazine 
23:41 5-41 9: July 1851. 

Mrs. Browning's Parentage. By John Ingram. Athenaeum 3480: 
33: July 7. 1894; 3484 : 1 60 : Aug. 4. 1894. 
Cambridge Poets. Edited by Horace E. Scudder. 
By William Boyd Carpenter, Lord Bishop of Ripon. in Masson't 
In the Footsteps of the Poets 276-296 821.04 M419i. 
Celebrities and I. B^ Henrietle Corkran. 31-38 B C799c. 
Complete Poems with introduction by Lilian Whiting. 821.88. 
By John Dennis. Leisure Hour 86-90: Feb. 1889 821.88 Xbm; 
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Eclectic Magazine 142:825-829 June 1904. 

Early Poems — The Battle of Marathon. Athenaeum 3341 :6I8- 
619:Nov. 7. 1891. 

By E. M. K. The Magazine of Poetry 161 -165: April 1893. 
Elizabeth Barrett's Influence on Browning's Poetry. By John W. 
Cunliffe. Modern Language 23:169-183 821.88 Bwe. 
English Men and Women of Letters of the Nineteenth Century. 
By Mrs. Humphrey Ward. Atalanla 12:708-71 2 :Sept. 1888 
821.88 Xbm. 

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Forest Thought. Current Literature 39:21 9: Aug. 1905. 
Cerousios Oinos. Century 87:889: April 1914. 
Four Poems, Selected by F. W. Farrar, Canon of Westminster. 
In With the Poets; a Selection of English Poetry. Suttaby & 
Co., London, England, 1883. 821.08 F242w. 
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Kaicho On, Translated into Japanese by Bin Uyeda; Proipice, 

121-125; Tt)>o Poets of Croisic, 126-128; James Lee VII (Among 

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1912. 

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BROWNING, A LECTURE ON 

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BROWNING AND HIS CRITICS 

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Poet Lore 5:1:142-207. 

By Francis B. Hornbrooke. Poet Lore 5:3:42-43. 
BROWNING AND HOW TO STUDY HIM 

By Hamilton W. Mabie. Literary Digest 20:781 :Junc 23. 1900. 
BROWNING AND ITALY 

Spectator. Littell's Living Age 274: 54-58: July 6, 1912. 
BROWNING AND ITALIAN ART AND ARTISTS ^1 

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BROWNING AND MEREDITH M 

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See Meredith. 
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BROWNING AND MOSCHELES 

By Arthur Warren. London Days 42-56. 
BROWNING AND PADRAIC COLUM 

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BROWNING AND SAINT-BEUVE 

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BROWNING AND SOME ASPECTS OF CONTEMPORARY 

THOUGHT 

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BROWNING AND ST. ANDREWS 

By Thomas Bayne. Athenaeum 3334: 386-387: Sept. 19, 1891. 
BROWNING AND TENNYSON 

Blackwood's Magazine. Littell's Living Age 184:240-45: Jan. 25, 

1890. 

Bookman 16:349-359. (I. Tennyson — G.K.Chesterton; II, Brown- 
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BROWNING AND THE ANIMAL KINGDOM 

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BROWNING AND THE CHRISTIAN FAITH 

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In The Gentler Viej». 
BROWNING AND THE POET OF DEMOCRACY. ROBERT 

By Oscar Triggs. Poet Lore 4:10:481-90. 
BROWNING AND THE SHELLEY SOCIETY. THE 

Poet Lore 3:3:151-55. 
BROWNING AND THE SPECIAL INTERESTS 

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BROWNING AND WOMAN 

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BROWNING AND WORDSWORTH 

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BROWNING— ANOTHER 

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BROWNING, A PILGRIMAGE 

By Arthur J. Whyte. Contemporary Review 103:668-678: May 
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BROWNING AS A CHAPEL-GOER 

Review of Reviews. A review of a Chapel talk with Browning. 

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March 1890. 
BROWNING AS A DRAMATIC POET 

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BROWNING AS A HUMORIST 

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BROWNING AS A LETTER WRITER, ROBERT 

Annals of a Quiet Browning Cluh. By I. N. Cog. 

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BROWNING AS A MUSCIAN 

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Dhn. 
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BROWNING, AS A POET OF MUSIC 

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542-543 :May 11, 1912. 
BROWNING AS A POET OF THE PLAIN PEOPLE 

By F. Herbert Stead. Review of Reviews 15:191-1 92 :Feb. 1897. 
BROWNING AS A PREACHER 

By Miss E. D. West. (Dark Blue.) Littell's Living Age 111: 

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BROWNING AS A SCIENTIFIC POET 

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TURY 

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BROWNING AS CHIEF POET OF THE AGE 

Robert Browning: Chief Poet of the Age. Editions 1887, 1890, 

de Luxe Edition 1887. 

By Wm. G. Kingsland. Poet Lore 1:11:535. 
BROWNING AS OTHERS SEE HIM: BERDOE, JONES. AND 

NETTLESHIP 

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BROWNING AS SEEN BY HIS SON 

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BROWNING AS THE PREACHER'S POET 

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BROWNING AT ASOLA 

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BROWNINGIANA 55 

BROWNING AT THE CENCI 

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BROWNING BY C. H. HERFORD 

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BROWNING CASUISTRY 

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BROWNING— CHIPS FROM THE WORKSHOP 

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BROWNING. CHRISTIAN TEACHING IN 
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BROWNING CLUB AND FINANCE 

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BROWNING CLUB OF CLEVELAND, THE 
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BROWNING IN A PASSION. MR. 

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BROWNINGIANA 57 

BROWNING IN ASOLO 

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37 (new series) 820-31 : April 1900. 
BROWNING IN EDINBURGH. ROBERT 

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755-757: June 22, 1912. 
BROWNING. ROBERT. IN MEMORIAM 

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BROWNING IN VENICE, MRS. BRONSONS RECOLLECTION 

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BROWNINGIANA 59 

BROWNING LOVE LETTERS 

See Letters, Love. 

Library Table, Oh IVhich Were best. The. Chautauquan 13:550: 

July 1891. 
BROWNING, MAETERLINCK'S MONNA VANNA AND ROBERT 

By William L. Phelps. Literary Digest 26:456-457 :March 28. 

1903. 
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821.88 Amss. 

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BROWNING, THE NEW EXPOSITION OF 

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BROWNING NOTE 

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BROWNING, ON 

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By Talcott Williams. Poet Lore 2:1 :47-48:1890. 
BROWNING ON FRENCH ENTHUSIASM 

Editorial on Cushman's Article. Poet Lore 20:6:466:Oct. 1899. 
BROWNING ON HIS OWN OBSCURITY 

Robert Browning. Literary Digest 32:93 7: June 23, 1906. 
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BROWNING, OPHELIA G. 

A Poem ii>hich n>as Mistaf^en for BroTvnings. Literary Digest 19: 

130: July 29. 1899. 
BROWNING OUT WEST 

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BROWNING PILGRIMAGE, A 

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BROWNING, POET OF DEMOCRACY, ROBERT 

By Triggs. Poet Lore 4:10:481-490. 
BROWNING. THE POET OF THE PEOPLE 

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BROWNING POPULAR, WHY IS? 

By Paul Elmer More. Literary Digest 30:775-776:May 25, 1905. 
BROWNING PROGRAM 

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BROWNING RARITIES 

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BROWNING, ROBERT, THE EXERCISES AT THE MEMORIAL 

MEETING TO 

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Same. Literary World 21:3:40:Feb. 1, 1890. 
BROWNING, ROBERT, THE MAGNET OF THE SOUL 

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BROWNING, ROBERT, THE MUSICIAN 

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BROWNING, ROBERT— NEW APPRAISALS OF 

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1:4:182-184; 1:5:225-231 1:6:279; 1:7:330-331; 1:10:488; I 
11:523-524; 1:12:567-569; 2:10:549-550; 2:12:662-666; 3:2 
53-56; 3:2:107-111; 3:3:162-166; 3:5:292; 3 :6&7:379-382. 
By F. Sulzberger. Poet Lore 3:11:591; 4:2:108-112; 4:5:288; 
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BROWNING SOCIETY PAPERS 

(1) Foretalk by F. J. Furnivall On the Poet, Objective and Sub- 
jective; on the Latter s Aim; on Shelley as Man and Poet. By 
Robert Browning; (Being a reprint of the introductory essay to (25 
spurious) Letters of Percy B'^sshe Shelley, Moxon 1852.) Second 
Edition; A Bibliography of Robert Browning, from 1833 to 1881. 
Compiled by Frederick J. Furnivall. Third Edition. 

(2) Browning Bibliography. Additions. 31 December 1881. F. J. 
Furnivall; Introductory Address to the Browning Society, by J. 
Kirkman; On Pietro of Abano and the Leading Ideas of Dramatic 
Idyls, Second Series 1880. by J. Sharpe; on Browning's Fifine at 
the Fair, by J. T. Nettleship; Mr. Nettleship's Classification of 
Browning's JVorlfs; Mrs. Orr's Classification of Browning's Poems; 
Notes on the Genius of Robert Browning, by James Thomson; 
The Moorish Front to the Duomo in Luria, by Ernest Radford; 
The Original of Ned Bratts, by Ernest W. Radford; An Analysis 
(ind Summary of Fifine at the Fair, by John Sharpe. 




BROWNINGIANA 63 

(3) Broroning's Philosophy, by John Bury; Bishop Blougram's 
Apology, by E. Johnson; The Idea of Personality, as Embodied 
in Robert Broii>ning's Poetry, by Hiram Corson; The Religious 
Teaching of Browning, by Dorothea Beale; An Account of Abbe 
Vogler (from Fetis & Nisard), by Miss Eleanor Marx; Con- 
science and Art in BroTDning, by E. Johnson. 

(4) Browning's Intuition, Specially in Regard of Music and the 
Plastic Arts, by J. T. Nettleship; On Some Points in Browning's 
View of Life, by B. F. Wescott; One Aspect of Browning's Vil- 
lains, by Miss E. D. West; Browning's Poems on Cod and Im- 
mortality as Bearing on Life Here, by William F. Revell; James 
Lee's Wife, by J. H. Bulkeley; Abt Vogler, by Mrs. Turnbull. 

(5) On Some Prominent Points of Browning's Teaching, by W. 
A. Raleigh; Caliban Upon Setebos, with Some Notes on Brown- 
ing's Subtlety and Humour, by J. Cotter Morison; In a Balcony, 
by Mrs. Turnbull. 

(7) Is Browning Dramatic? by Arthur Symons; On Mr. Sludge, 
the Medium, by Edwin Johnson; Browning as a Scientific Poet, 
by Edward Berdoe. 

(8) On the Development of Browning's Cenius in His Capacity 
as Poet or Ma^er, by J. T. Nettleship; On Aristophanes' Apology, 
by John B. Bury; Love's Value, Colombe's Birthday, Act IV 
(The Avowal of Valence), by Leonard S. Outram; Andrea Del 
Sarto, by Albert Fleming; Browning as a Landscape Painter, by 
Howard S, Pearson; The Reasonable Rythm of Some of Brown- 
ing's Poems, by H. J. Bulkeley; Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau, 
by C. H. Hereford. 

(9) Strafford at the Strand Theatre, Dec. 21, 1886, by John Tod- 
hunter; A Death in the Desert, by Mrs. M. G. Glazebrook; A 
Grammatical Analysis of O Lyric Love, by F. J. Furnivall; Some 
Notes on Mr. Browning's Latest Volume, by Arthur Symons; 
Some Notes on Browning's Poems Referring io Music, by Helen 
J. Ormerod. 

(10) Browning a View of Life, by Mr. Revell; Browning's Esti- 
mate of Life, by Edward Berdoe; Browning's Jews and ShaJie- 
speare's Jew, by Prof. Barnett; Abt Vogler, the Man, by Helen 
J. Ormerod; Browning as a Teacher of the Nineteenth Century, 
by Mrs. C. M. Whitehead; Saul, by Anne M. Stoddarl. 

(11) Paracelsus, The Reformer of Medicine, by Edward Berdoe; 
Andrea del Sarto and Abt Vogler, by Helen J. Ormerod; La 
Saisiaz, by W. Robertson ; On the Difficulties and Obscurities En- 
countered in a Study of Browning's Poems, by James Bertram Old- 
ham; On Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau, by Jos. King, Jun. ; On 
A Toccata of Caluppi's, by Mrs. Alexander Ireland; Numpholep- 
tos and Browning's Women, by Mrs. Glazebrooke; The Wife- 
Love and Friend-Love of Robert Browning, by J. J. G. Graham. 
(]2)An Analysis of Sordello, by Wm. Jn. Alexander; Robert 
Browning's Ancestors, by F. J. Furnivall; Some Remarks on 
Browning's Treatment of Parenthood, by Mrs. Alexander Ireland; 
On the Line-Numbering, Fresh Lines, Etc., in The Ring and the 
Bool;, by Benjamin Sagar; The Value of Browning's Work, by 
William F. Revell; Taurello Salinguerra: historical details illus- 
trative of Browning's Sordello; Muratori and Browning Compared, 
by W. M. Rosselti. 

By William Stetson Merrill. Library Journal 28:104:March 1903. 
Poet Lore 2:7:379-384. 



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Childe Roland to the Dar^ Totoer Came. Poet Lore 13:2:262; 

13:3:437. 

Reviewed in Outlook 57:721: Nov. 20, 1897. 

By Edward P. Van Dufee. Library Journal 28:104:March 1903. 

By Edward C. Williams. Library Journal 28:52 :Feb. 1903. 
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By William G. Kingsland. Contemporary Review 102:1:202-210: 

Aug. 1912. 
BROWNING. SOME THOUGHTS ON 

By Mary A. Lewis. (Mac M.) Littell's Living Age 154:238-246: 

July 29, 1882. 
BROWNING, SOME UNPUBLISHED PAPERS OF, ROBERT 

AND ELIZABETH B. 

Edited with comments. By George S. Hellman. Harper's Maga- 
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BROWNING VERSUS TENNYSON 

By Anna Robertson Brown. Poet Lore 2:12:628-634. 
BROWNING WHISTLE OR SING? DID 

By F. Morgan Padelford. (Cornh.) Littell's Living Age 261 :475- 

482:May22, 1909, 



BROWNINGIANA 65 

BROWNING. WORDSWORTH AND TENNYSON 

By Walter Bagehot. Literary Studies 2:326-381 824.8 B144e. 

Same. Nineteenth Century Prose 274-337 824.08 D553n. 
BROWNING, WRITER OF PLAYS, ROBERT 

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BROWNING YEAR BOOK, THE ROBERT 

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BROWNING? YES IN A GENERAL WAY 

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BROWNINGIANA 

By Edmund Gosse and Alfred Forman. Athenaeum 3607:838: 

Dec. 12, 1896. 
BROWNINGS, THE 

By Mrs. Andrew Crosse. (Temp. B.) Littell's Living Age 192: 

719-728. 

By Editor. Outlook 86: 525: July 6. 1907. 
BROWNING'S ANCESTORS 

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Littell's Living Age 233:574. Books and Authors. 
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BROWNING'S ATTITUDE TOWARD ART AND NATURE 

By Owen Seaman. Notes to the Pocket Volume of Selections from 

the Poems of Robert Browning. By Alex Hill. 107-114 821.88 

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BROWNINGS ATTITUDE WITH REGARD TO ART 

By A. C. R. The Primitive Methodist Quarterly Review and 

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BROWNING'S BIOGRAPHERS. MISTAKES OF 

Dial 54:38:Jan. 16, 1913. 
BROWNING'S BIRTHDAY, MAY 7, Program for 

Chautauquan 62:413 :May 1911. 

(Poem.) By Wm. Harman Van Allen. Emerson College Maga- 
zine 20:3:136:Jan. 1912. (Read at Boston Browning Society.) 

By William Harman Van Allen, Homage to Robert Browning, 

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BROWNING'S BOOKS, NOTES ON 

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BROWNING'S CASUISTRY 

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BROWNING'S CRITICISM OF LIFE 

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BROWNING CULT IN AMERICA. AN ECHO OF THE 

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BROWNING'S DEATH 

Various clippings concerning. Critic Jan. 11, 1890. 
BROWNING'S DEFENSE OF HIS ALLEGED OBSCURITY 

STYLE 

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BROWNING'S DICTION 

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BROWNING'S EARLY CAREER AND LATER INFLUENCES 

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BROWNING'S EARLY WORK 

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Robert Browning, by T. R. Lounsbury. (T. Fisher Unwin, Pub- 
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BROWNING'S ESTIMATE OF LIFE 

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BROWNING'S ESTIMATE OF THE VALUE OF EFFORT 

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BROWNING'S ETHICAL IMPULSE. MRS. 

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BROWNING'S FATHER. ROBERT 

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BROWNINGS IN FLORENCE. THE 

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BROWNING'S INTELLECTUAL EQUIPMENT 

By Dean Farrar. Literary Digest 1 4:552 :March 6. 1897. 
BROWNING'S INTUITION 

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BROWNING'S ITALY 

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By Helen Archibald Clarke. Dial 43:384:Dec. 1. 1907. 
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BROWNINGIANA 67 

BROWNING'S JEWS VERSUS SHAKESPEARE'S JEWS 

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BROWNING'S LAPSES 

By W. H. Browne. American Journal of Philology 32:241:482- 

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BROWNING'S LINEAGE 

By Henry Van Dyke, Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tan- 
ner 63 821.88 Xht. See also Van Dyke's Poems. 

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BROWNING'S MASTERPIECE 

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BROWNING'S MASTERY OF RHYME 

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BROWNING ON ART 

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Why Browning is not more Popular. Literary Digest 15:399-400: 

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Complete Poetical and Dramatic Works; a criticism. Atlantic 77: 

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1914. 

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Aug. 1914. 

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man. 44:61 3-622: Aug. 1892. 6 Truth; 44:143-152:May 1892, 
3 Creation and Self -Expression ; 44: 859 -869: Oct. 1892, 8 The 
Faculty Divine. 

The Need of More Lying Awake O' Nights. Editorial. 83:949- 
951:April 1912. 

The New Poets. By Arthur C. Benson. 89: 705-708: March 1915. 
The Muse in Exile. By William Watson. 83:944-948: April 
1912. 

On Mr. Rawdon Brown, a sonnet. 27:640:Feb. 1884. 
On the Reading of Poetry. Editorial. 59 : 960-96 1 : April 1900. 
Palazzo Rezzonico, Robert Browning's House in Venice. (Paint- 
ed.) By Frank Brangwyn. 85:445: Jan. 1913. 
A Plea for the Poets. Editorial. 52:31 6-31 7 :June 1896. 
Poe in New York. By George E. Woodberry. 48: 854-866 :Ocl. 
1894. 

The Poet. By Clinton Scollard. 61 :800:March 1901. 
The Poetic Outlook. By Washington Gladden. 31 :316-318:Dec. 
1885. 

The Poetry of William Blake. By Henry Justin Smith. 60:284- 
291: June 1900. 

President Roosevelt as a Reader. 69:95 1-954: April 1905. 
Realism and Reality in Fiction. By William Lyon Phelps. 85: 
864-868:Aprll 1913. 

Recollections of Robert Browning in Venice. By Katherine C. de 
Kay Bronson. 41 :New Series. 43:OId Series: 572-584: Feb. 1902. 
Remarks on Reading. Editorial. 70: 154- 155: May 1905. 
Romance of the Nineteenth Century. By Richard Watson Gilder. 
70:918:27:Oct. 1905. 

Tennyson A Fortunate Poetic Dominance, Editorial. 78:637: Aug. 
1909. 

Tennyson and His Friends at Freshwater. By V. C. Scott 
O'Connor. 55:240-268:Dec. 1897. 

Twelve Yeaars of British Song. Edmund Clarence Stedman 34: 
899-916; Browning treated on 902-905. 

The Twilight of the Poets. By Edmund Clarence Stedman. 30: 
787-800 :Sept. 1885. 

What the World Might Have Missed. By W. A. N. Dorland. 
76:113-125:May 1908. 
CENTURY OF AMERICAN POETRY 

By Oscar Uvell Triggs. Forum 30:639: Jan. 1901. 



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See Music. 
CESARESCO. EVELYN MARTINENGO 

Puer Parvulus. Contemporary Review 77:1 1 7-123: Jan. 1900. 
CHAD WICK. JOHN \VHITE 

Broivnmg'a Luria, Poet Lore 6:5:251-264. 

Luria. Boston Browning Society Papers 249-263 821.88 Vbp. 
CHALLENGE TO SOCIALISM. A 

By John Beattie Crozier. Fortnightly Review 90:96: July 1908. 
CHAMBERLIN. GERTRUDE 

Broroningi Saul. Emerson College Magazine 20:3:124-131 :Jan. 

1912. 

Suggested Programs. Emerson College Magazine 20:3:132-134: 

Jan. 1912. 
CHAMBER'S JOURNAL 

A Departure from Tradilion. A Story of the Year *95. By Rosa- 
line Masson. Littell's Living Age 207:15-23. 

On Leisure, Genius, Bool(s and Reading. By Augustine Birrell. 

Littell's Living Age 216:557-559. 

The Ring and the Book- (Review.) 288:473-476: July 3. 1869, 
CHAMBER'S REPOSITORY 

Of Instructive and Amusing Tracts. Mr. Robert Browning. 18: 

11-12. 
CHANCELLOR. E. BERESFORD 

Browning in London. Outlook. Littell's Living Age 273:755-757 

June 22, 1912. 
CHANDLER. FRANK W. 

A Creative Approach to the Stud^ of Literature. English Journal 

4:281-291 :May 1915. 
CHANNEL PASSAGE AND OTHER POEMS. A 

Athenaeum 4015:475-476:Oct. 8. 1904. 
CHANT. L. ORMISTON 

To Robert Browning, Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

126-127 821.88 Xht. 
CHANTER. ARTHUR 

See Music. 
CHAPMAN. EDWARD MORTIMER 

The Great Twin Brethren: Tennyson and Browning. 

English Literature in Account with Religion. 1800-1900. 11 

393 (Typewritten) 821.88 Ret. 
CHAPMAN, ELIZABETH R. 

Browning, Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

821.88 Xht. 

Talks with Tennyson. Putman's Magazine 7:549:Feb. 1910. 
CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY 

Emerson and Other Essays. Robert Browning 185-213 

C466e. 

CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF ORACLES. A 

By Basil Williams. Eclectic Magazine 1 18:270-278: Feb. 1892. 

CHAPTERS FROM SOME UNWRITTEN MEMOIRS IN ITALY 
By Anne Ritchie. (MacM.) Littell's Living Age 203 :548-553. 

CHARACTERISTICS OF BROWNING 
Poet Lore 2:7:400-412. 

CHARACTERISTICS OF PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE 
By Emil C. Wilm. Poet Lore 24:2:122-125. 



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BROWNINGIANA 8J 

CHARLTON, J. 

Brort>ning Memorial Notes. Poet Lore 2:2:100-111. 
CHARRINGTON, CHARLES 

Municipal Theatre. Contemporary Review 82:411 -428: Sept. 1902. 

CHAT ABOUT LONGFELLOW, A 

By R. H. Stoddard. Literary Digest 12:310-1 1 :Jaii. 11. 1896. 

CHAUCER 

By Ferris Greenslet. Forum 30:383 :Nov. 1900. 
CHAUCER, THE WORKS OF GEOFFREY 

By Alfred W. Pollard and H. Frank Heath, Mark H. Uddell 

And W. S. McCormick. Athenaeum 3723:268-269:March 4, 1889. 
CHAUTAUQUAN 

April in England. C. L. S. C. Round Table. By Robert Brown- 
ing. 62:266: April 1911. 

Bishop Vincent's Eightieth Anniversary; Remarlgable Tributes; 

Treasured in His Birthday Gift Box. 67:21 -39 :June 1912. 

Bool(s Received. Editorial. 8:127:Nov. 1887. 

Browning Day, April 5. C. L. S. C. Outline and Program. 21 : 

110-lll:April 1895. 

Robert Broiifning Day, April 5. Local Circle. 20:756:March 

1895. 

Burne-Jones and the Pre-Raphaelite. By Cecil Fairfield Lovell. 

46:69-72 :March 1907. 

Cleveland's Neiv Methods of Care for His Words. By W. Frank 

McClure. 61:90-98:Dec. 1910. 

C. L. S. C. Class Direction 1882-1910. Class of 1905. The Cos- 
mopolitan. Editorial. 44 :256. 

C. L. S. C. Outline and Program. 20:624:Feb. 1895. 

C. L. S. C. Outline and Programs. Browning Day, March 7. 

By James Russel Lowell. 12:797:March 1891. 

C. L. S. C. Outline and Program. The Ring and the Book. Edi- 
torial. 12:797-798:March 1891. 

C. L. S. C. Round Table— Browning. Editorial. 45:376-379: 

Feb . 1907. 

The C. L. S. C. Round Table. New Browning Course. Editorial. 

46:369: May 1907. 

Same. News from Readers and Circles. Editorial. 47:117-121: 

June 1907. 

The Cosmopolitan C. L. S. C. Class Direction Class of 1905. 

Editorial. 48:295-302:Oct. 1907. 

Current Literature of England. By Eugene Lawrence. 8:70-73: 

Nov. 1887. 

Current English Literature — A Criticism. By Eugene Lawrence. 

8:143-146:Dec. 1887. 

Dickens Fifty Years After. By Mabell S. C. Smith. 62:93-102: 

March 1911. 

English Poems on Creelf Literature. By James Richard Jay. 17: 

272-273: June 1893. 

George Meredith's Novels. By Emily F. Wheeler. 19:561-565: 

Aug. 1894. 

Graduate Classes. C. L. S. C. Class Director 1882-1909. Edi- 
torial. 42:184-187:Oct. 1905. 

Great Schools of Painting. By Janet Brownell Glen. 63:163-202: 

July 1911. 

[n What Bool^? Editorial. 7: 190: Dec. 1887, 




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The Influence of the Classics. By Paul Shorey. 43:121-132: 
April 1906. 

Ital}f's Women Writers. By Lulgi D. Ventura. 8:590-592: July 
1888. 

The Library Table Oh, Which Were Best? By Robert Brown- 
ing. 13:550:July 1891. 

The Library Table. The Year's at the Spring. By Robert Brown- 
ing. 13:121 :April 1891. 

Literature as a Resource. By Hamilton Wright Mabie. 22:65-74: 
Oct. 1895. 

Pheidippides. By Robert Browning. 16:378-379:Dec. 1892. 
A Period Without Great Men of Letters. From Highways and 
Byways. 61 :1 :15-17:Dec. 1910. 

Poetry^ and Eloquence. By John Burroughs. 15:63 -65: April 1892. 
Poetrp Since Pope. By Maurice Thompson. 15:320-321 : June 
1892. 

The Poets' Part in the Malting of England. By M. Wilma Stubbs. 
61:227-234: Jan. 1911. 

Program for Browning's Birthday, May 7. C. L. S. C. Round 
Table. Editorial. 62:4l3:May 1911. 

Reading from Aurora Leigh — Elizabeth B. Browning. 60:124 
Sept. 1910. 

Rossetti's The Blessed Damozel. By W. Bertrand Stevens. 46 
109: March 1907. 

ShaJ^spere Day — ^April 23. Robert Browning. 8:428: April 1888 
Percy Bysshe Shelley. By Kenyon West. 16:422-430: Jan. 1893 
Studies in Literature. 15:502-503: July 1892. 
A Study — Easter Day. By Robert Browning. 8:428: April 1888 
Westminster Abbey. By Kate Fisher Kimball. 60:384-405: Nov 
1910. 
Women in Creef^ Literature. By Emily F. Wheeler. 16:534 

CHELTENHAM LADIES' COLLEGE MAGAZINE OF FEB. 1884 

By F. J. Furnivail. A memoir. With three Woodbury types of 

her (Teena Rochfort-Smith), one each of Robert Browning and 

F. J. Furnivail. B 662c. 
CHEMISTRY AND CRITICISM 

Feb. 1893. 

By Percy F. Bicknell. Dial 42:133-135:March 10. 1907. 
CHENERY, RUTH BALDWIN 

Browning Said of The Ring and The Boo^, Homage to Robert 

Browning, Aleph Tanner 63 821.88 Xht. Also in At Vesper 

Time 53 821 C518v. 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning in At Vesper Time 49 811 C518v. 

A Greeting to Browning Lovers, Homage to Robert Browning, 

Aleph Tanner 56 821.88 Xht. Also in At Vesper Time 48. 

On the Bronze Clasped Hands of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett 

Browning, Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 88 821-88 

Xht. Also in At Vesper Time 51. 

Sonnet on Browning's Masterpiece, The Ring and The BooJ^, 

Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 67 821.88 Xht. 

Also in At Vesper Time 52. 
CHENEY, ANNE CLEVELAND 

Clasped Hands, Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 88 

821.88 Xht, 



BROWNINGIANA 83 

CHENEY, JOHN VANCE 

That Dome in Air, Thoughts on Poetry and the Poeta. Browning 

236. 814 C518. 
CHERISHING THE MINOR POETS 

By Sidney Low. Literary Digest 40:62 :Jan. 8, 1910. 
CHESTERTON, GILBERT KEITH 

Briefs cm New Books. Dial 35:223:Oct. 1. 1903. 

Robert Bron>ning. English Men of Letters. The Macmillan Co., 

New York, 1912. 821.88 Bch. 

Life of Robert Browning. Everybody's 9:550-561 :Nov. 1903. 

Reviewed in Athenaeum 50:306-308: March 5, 1904. 

Reviewed in Independent 55:3: 1574-5: July 2, 1903. 

Reviewed in Outlook 74:526: June 1903. 

By O. W. Firkins. Forum 48:601 :Nav. 1912. 

Moral Philosophy of Meredith. Contemporary Review %:23-29: 

July 1909. 

The Moral Philosophy) of Meredith. (Contemporary Review.) 

Munsey's 30:153:Oct. 1903. 

The Victorian Age in Literature 40-41, 162-163. See index. 
CHESTERTON, GILBERT KEITH AND SIR ALFRED LYAU. 

BroJi'ning and Tennyson. 821.88 Bcht. 
CHESTERTON'S NOVEL 

Munsey's Magazine 32:120:Oct. 1904. 
CHESTERTON PARODIES, OLD KING COLE 

After Robert Browning. Taken from New York Post Jan. 12, 

1921. Manuscript. 
CHICAGO BROWNING SOCIETY 

Robert Browning's Poetry. Typewritten 821.88 Xch. 

Same. Outline Studies. Published for the Chicago Browning So- 
ciety. Chicago, Kerr 1886. 821.88 Vch. 
CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOK BULLETIN 

Robert Brorvning Bibliography. 2:5:76- 79 :May 1912 821.88 Ach. 
CHIEF POET OF THE AGE. 

By \V. G. Kingsland. Poet Lore 2:4:208. 

See also under Robert Browning, Chief Poet of the Age. 
CHILD, FRANCIS JAS. 

English and Scottish Popular Ballads. Athenaeum 3230:377-379: 

Sept. 21, 1889. 
CHILDE ROLAND 

By Humphreys Park, Homage to Robert BroUfning, Aleph Tanner 

74 821.88 Xht. 
CHILDE ROLAND AND ITS DANISH SOURCE 

By M. Sears Brooks. Poet Lore 4:8&9:425-28. 
CHILDE ROLAND AND PARACELSUS. QUERIES ON 

Poet Lore 1:2:91. 
CHILDE ROLAND AND TENNYSON'S VISION OF SIN. 

BROWNING'S 

By Theophilus Pasons Swain. Poet Lore 11:2:256-265. 

CHILDE ROLAND, ANSWERS TO: QUERIES ON 

By E. S. F. Poet Lore 1 :3:140-41. 
CHILDE ROLAND, THE JOURNEY OF 

By R. J. Gratz. Poet Lore 2:11 :578-585. 
CHILDE ROLAND (A) LITERARY PARALLEL AND SOME- 

THING MORE 

By Irene Hardy. Poet Lore 24:1 :53-59. 



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CHILDE ROLAND TO THE DARK TOWER CAME 

By Thomas Wenlworth Higginson. Poet Lore 13:2:262-68. 

CHILDE ROLAND TO THE DARK TOWER CAME— AN INTER- 
PRETATION 

By George H. Willelt. Methodist Review 96:4: whole number 528: 
Fifth Series 30:4:601 -603: July- Aug. 1914 821.88 Xmmr. 

CHILDE. ROLAND TO THE DARK TOWER CAME, THE MOOD 
OF BROWNING'S 
By C. Alphonso Smith. Poet Lore 11 :4:626 628. 

CHILDREN, ARRANGEMENT AND ADAPTATION OF THE 
PIED PIPER, FOR 

By Robert Browning. Arrangement and adaptation by Miss Mar- 
garet MacLaren. Boston 1899 821.88 Hppb. 

CHILDREN IN ENGLISH POETRY 

(Contemporary Review.) Littell's Living Age 267:108-111. 

CHILDREN IN ENGLISH POETRY— PIPPA PASSES AND EVE- 
LYN HOPE 
Contemporary Review 98:2:4-5 Literary Supplement No. 24. 

CHILDREN'S READINGS AS A HELP IN TRAINING CHAR- 
ACTER 
By Ella L. Cabot. 

CHILDREN'S WAYS 

From The Spectator 

CHIMES 

See Music. 

CHIVALRY AND CIVILIZATION 

Reference to Ring and the Boo\. By J. E. G. de Montmorency. 
Edinburgh Review 222:1 18-1 34: July 1915. 

CHIVALRY, BROWNINGS PICTURES OF 

By T. and L. Reed. Poet Lore 1 1 :4:588. 
CHOICE BOOKS OF THE YEAR 

By H. A. C. Poet Lore 12:4:586-609. 

CHOICE OF SUBJECT-MATTER IN THE POETS: CHAUCER. 
SPENSER; TENNYSON, BROWNING 
By I. N. Cog. Poet Lore 7:6&7:356-366. 

CHORLEY. HENRY FOTHERGILL 

Browning's Bells and Pomegranales, Pippa Passes, Colomhe's 
Dirihda}). The People's Journal 18:38-40:July 1846 821.88 Dpj. 
Browning's Bells and Pomegranates. (Colombe's Birthday.) Peo- 
ple's Journal 104- 106: Aug. 22, 1846 821.88 Dpj. 
Memoirs. Compiled by Henry G. Hewlett. Mrs. Browning 2: 
30-38, 167-169; Robert Browning 2:25-26, 169-174, 1:212-213 
B C551h. 

CHRIST IN ENGLISH POETRY 

By C. W. Stubbs. BroToning and Christianity 168-216. See also 

under Stuart. 821.04 S932y. 
CHRIST, RECENT VIEWS OF 

Editorial. Independent 61 :2:1058:Noy. 1. 1906. 
CHRISTIAN ART— THOUGHTS ON, ANCILLA DOMINI 

By Rev. St. John Tyrwhitt. Contemporary Review 1:1:68-80: 

Feb. 1866; 2:2:59-80:393-41 l:May 1866 and June 1866. 
CHRISTIAN EXAMINER 

Essa})5 on the Poets. By Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 75:24-43: 

July 1863 821.88 Xbm 



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CHRISTIAN REMEMBRANCER 

Poetry of the Past Year. Men and Women by Robert Browning. 

92:281-294:April 1856. 

Quarterly Review. Poems by Robert BroJvning, Christmas Eve 
-" and Easter Day, Poems by Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 21 : 

72:346-382: April 1851 821.88 Dcr. 
CHRISTIAN SPECTATOR (In Magazine Article) 

Brownings Christmas Eve. 3:261 -273 :May 1853 821.88 Xma. 

Mr. Browning's Latest Poems, a Criticism of Dramatis Personae, 

1864, by Robert Browning. 44-57 :Jan. 1865 821.88 Dip. 
CHRISTIAN TEACHING 

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By Mrs. Alexander Ireland. Berdoe's Browning Studies 321-331 

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CHRISTIANITY, BROWNING AND 

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CHRISTIANITY'S DEPENDENCE UPON LITERATURE 

By Henry Van Dyke. Literary Digest 31 :957-958:Dec. 23, 1905. 
CHRISTMAS BOOK, PIPPA PASSES 

Athenaeum 3706:647 :Nov. 5, 1898. 
CHRISTMAS EVE 

By Robert Browning. Illustrated by Charles Pears. 821.88 Cep. 

Second copy. 

Same. Introduction and Notes by T. E. Harvey. Brother Rich- 
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Hceh. 

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York, U. S. A. 1899. 821.88 Hceh. 

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Liferarj; 5fuc/«es. By Dorothea Beale. 108-129 804 B3661s. 

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CHRISTMAS-EVE AND EASTER-DAY 

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Strand, 1850. First Edition. 821.88 Heel. 

Athenaeum 1 171 :370-371 : April 6, 1850. 

See Christian Remembrancer. 821.88 Dcr. 

Poet Lore 1:20:356,358,532. 

See Fifine, etc. By Jeanie Morison. 821.88 Dfce. 
CHRISTMAS EVE, EASTER DAY, SORDELLO, STRAFFORD 

Poet Lore 1:8:356. 

Reviewed in Atlantic 13:639-642: May 1864. 
CHRISTMAS HYMNS, TWO 

By Alfred Domett. See Introduction. Bookmark of Edmund 

Clarence Stedman. Contains card with Christmas Greetings by 

Jenkin Lloyd Jones. 821.88 D668c. 
CHRONOLOGY AND METRICAL TESTS 

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CHRYSANTHENA, GATHERED FROM GREEK ANTHOLOGY 

By William M. Harding. Nineteenth Century 4:869-888. 
C. J. B. 

The Drojvn'mg Club of Meadville. Poet Lore 1 :6:278. 
CHUBB, EDWIN WATTS 

Book Notices. Masters of English Literature. Education Maga- 
zine 35:537-542: April 1915. 
CHUBB, PERCIVAL 

Select Poems of Robert Droivning. Education Magazine 36:626. 
CHURCH QUARTERLY REVIEW 

Robert Broivning. Litlell's Living Age 186:771-784. 

Poeir}f of Doubt. Littell's Living Age 137:410-421. 

The Poetry of Toda^ and Tomorroio. Littell's Living Age 196: 

279-289. 

John Ruskin, Littell's Living Age 199:131-146. 
CHURCH. RICHARD WILLIAM 

Dante and Other Essajfs. Sordello 221-260 824.8 C5624. 

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Hsoch. 
CHURCHILL. LORD RANDOLPH 

By Sir Herbert Maxwell. National Review. Littell's Living Age 

205:28-37. 
CHURCHMAN 

Browning and Tennyson. Spectator 61 :73-74: Jan 18, 1890 821.7 

Xpmb. 

CLAIR, ASTOR 

Recent Verse — Philaster and Other Poems. Athenaeum 3173:220- 
221: Aug. 18, 1888. 

CLARK. BARRETT H. 

American Drama Society. Arena 3:179-193. 

CLARK, ELIZABETH M. 

A Study of Rhymes in Brotoning. Poet Lore 2:9:480-86. 

CLARK, HENRY W. 

Tennyson: A Reconsideration and Appreciation. Fortnightly Re- 
view 92:226: Aug. 1909. 

CLARK, J. SCOTT 

A Study of English and American Poets. Robert Browning 658- 
713 821.09 C5981. 

A Study of English and American IVriiers: Elizabeth Barrett 
Browning. 3:418-429. 

CLARK, KATE UPSON 

Browning as a Masquer. Centenary Addresses 86.95 821,88 

Vnya 

Women in Literature. Literary Digest 19:61 4 :Nov. 18, 1899. 

CLARKE. CLEMENT G. 

To Browning, Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 53 

821.88 Xht. 

To Browning. (A Poem.) Outlook 52:97: July 20. 1895. 

CLARKE, GEORGE HERBERT 

A Blot in the 'Scutcheon. (A Defence.) Reprinted from the April 
Number of Sewanee Review 1920. 

An Exposition of Browning's The Ring and the Bool^. Re- 
printed from the Methodist Quarterly Review, April and July 
1911. 



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CLARKE. HELEN ARCHIBALD 

An Aht Vogler Query and Ansiver. Poet Lore 2:1 :28-29. 

American Poetry of the Past Year. Poet Lore 13:1 : 123-40. 

Ask Not one Least Word of Praise. Poet Lore 3:5:258-259. 

Books Here and There. Poet Lore 13:2:299-302. 

Boston Broivning Society Papers. Poet Lore 10:3:443-445. 

BroJvning and His Century. 821.88 Jcb C. 2. 

Bro-wning as Others See Him. Berdoe, Jones and Nettleship. Poet 

Lore 8:5:265-270. 

Browning Books of th^ Year. Poet Lore 5:5:277-283. 

Browning's England. A Study of English Influences in Browning. 

1908 821.88 Kce. 

Same. Dial 45:41 5 :Dec. 1. 1908. 

Brownings Folk Poems. Poet Lore 12:1 :1 05-1 13 ; 11 :4:608-609. 

Brownings Italy. A Study of Italian Life and Art in Browning. 

821.88 Kci. 

Same. Bookman 26:509: Jan. 1908. 

Same. Independent 63 :2:1463:Dec. 19, 1907. 

Same. (Under Miscellaneous Holiday Books.) Dial 43:384:Dec. 

1. 1907. 

Choice Books of the Year. Poet Lore 12:4:586-609. 

A Defence of Browning's Later Work- Ferishtah's Fancies. Poet 

Lore 12:2:284-304. 

Emerson as an Exponent of the Beautiful in Poetry. Poet Lore 

5:6&7:353-63. 

Flower Songs in Fra Lippo. Poet Lore 2:5:262-263. 

A Croup of Art Poems: Old Pictures in Florence, Fra Lippo 

Lippi, Andrea del Sarto. Poet Lore 8:8:586-92. 

Library. Poet Lore 2:2:94-100; 2:4:208-209; 2:6:321-23; 2:7: 

374-78. 

An Interpretation of Browning's Ixion. Poet Lore 5:11:626-630. 

Musical Symbolism in Browning. Poet Lore 3:5:260-269. 

My Star. Poet Lore 1 :7:349-352. 

The New Criticism. Poet Lore 2:1 1 :598-601. 

New Ideas in Teaching English Literature. Poet Lore 9:4:588, 

598; 8:7:432-54. 

Note to Balaustion's Euripides. Poet Lore 26:1 :38-46. 

Paracelsus and The Data of Ethics. Poet Lore 1:3:11 7-27. 

Pippa Passes and Pippa Dances. Poet Lore 20:2:122-128. 

Poems of Adventure and Heroism. Poet Lore 1 1 -.2:203-93 ; 1 1 :3: 

403-418. 

The Poetry of Louise Chandler Moulton. Poet Lore 12:1 :1 14-125. 

Recent American Poetry. Poet Lore 2:8:427-35. 

Recent Browning Books. Poet Lore 4:5:276-83. 

Review of Asolando: Fancies and Facts. Poet Lore 2:2:94-100. 

The Ring and the Book. Poet Lore 10:4:569-72. 

School of Literature. Poet Lore 9:3:417-18; 14:3:134; 16:2:129. 

A Sketch of the Prometheus Myth in Poetry. Poet Lore 4:3:135- 

144. 

Study Programmes : Folk Poems. Poet Lore 1 1 :4:608-609; 12:1 : 

105-113. 

To Robert Browning, Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

45 821.88 Xht. 

The Value of Contemporary Judgment. Boston Browning Society 

Papers 153-163 821.88 Vbp. 

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CLARKE. HELEN ARCHIBALD, AND CHARLOTTE PORTER 

The Annals of A Quiet Broi»mng Club. Poet Lore 7:5:225-240. 
By I. N. Cog. 

BroTifning and His Century. Reviewed in Outlook 103:13:l6i2: 
734:March 29. 1913. 

Browning Study Programme: A Croup of Religious Poems^ Cali- 
ban upon Selebos, Cleon, Rabbi Ben Ezra, A Death in the Desert. 
Poet Lore 10:1:103-113. 

Same. A Croup of Art Poems, Old Pictures in Florence, Fra 
Lippo Lippi, Andrea del Sarto. Poet Lore 8:8:586-592. 
Same. A Croup of Music Poems, A Toccata of Caluppi's, Master 
Hugues of Saxe-Cotha, Abt Vogler. Poet Lore 10:2:288-293. 
Broivning Stud}^ Programmes. First and Second Series in one 
volume. 821.88 Zsp. 
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Brojuning's Follf Poems: A Study Programme. Poet Lore 12:1: 
105-113. 

Edited with Introduction and Notes. BroJ»ning's Complete Wor^s 
in the Camberv>ell Edition. See under Poems. Camberwell Edition. 
821.88 Gpc. 

Life and Letters. Poet Lore 18:1 : 140-142. 
Reviewed. Mucl^le-Mouth Meg. Poet Lore 1 1 :4:609. 
Introductory Note to Saul. With drawings by Frank O. Small. 
Poems of Adventure and Heroism: Browning Study Programme. 
Poet Lore 11:1 :289-293. 403-41 8. 
CLARKE. HUGH A. 

BroUfning's Musical Eruditions. Poet Lore 12:151-152:Jan. 14, 

1900. 

Life and Letters. Poet Lore 12:1 : 151 -152. 
CLARKE. ISABEL 

Some Women Poets of the Present Reign. Nineteenth Century 59: 

1012-1021 :June 1906. 
CLARKE. J. I. C. 

Mrs. Edd^ and Her Views. Literary Digest 22:730-731 : June 15, 

1901. 
CLARRISSE'S 

By Eliot Gregory. Scribner's 53 :463-465: April 1913. 
CLASPED HANDS 

By Anne Cleveland Cheney. Homage to Robert Broii>ning, Aleph 

Tanner 88 821.88 Xht. 

On the Bronze Clasped Hands of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett 

Browning. By Ruth B. Chenery. Homage to Browning, Tan- 
ner 88. 

To the Browning Hands. In Los Angeles Browning Club Year 

Book 1916-1917 821.88 Via. 
CLASSICAL AND MODERN LITERATURE 

By R. Y. Tyrrell. (Pilot.) Littell's Living Age 240:567-570. 
CLASSICAL ELEMENT IN BROWNING'S POETRY, THE 

By William Cranston Lawton. Boston Browning Society Papers 

363-388 82.1.88 Bvp. 
CLASSICS AND COLLEGE 

By B. L. Gildersleeve. Princeton Review 108:67-95: July 1878. 
CLASSICS, THE INFLUENCE OF THE 

By Paul Shorey. Chautauquan 43: 121 -132: April 1906. 

CLASSIFICATION OF BROWNINGS POEMS. MRS. ORR'S 
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CLASSIFICATION OF BROWNING'S WORKS. MR. NETTLE- 
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CLEAR. CLAUDIUS 

Mrs. Barren Drovfmng's Letters. Bookman 6:463-66 Jan. 1898. 

CLEGG. ERMA 

The Ilalian 19th Ccnfurp Literature. Baylor Literary 17:290-294: 
May 1909. 

CLEON 

By Robert Browning. London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street, 
1855. First edition. 821.88 Helm. 

Browning Study Programme: A Croup of Religious Poems, Cali- 
ban upon Setebos, Cleon, Rabbi Ben Ezra, The Death in the 
Desert. By Charlotte Porter and Helen Archibald Clarke. Poet 
Lcre 10:1:103-113. 

The Stud\f Class. By Anna Benneson McMahan. 205-206 807 
Ml 67. 

CLEVELAND'S NEW METHODS OF CARE FOR HER WARDS 
By W. Frank McClure. Chautauquan 61 :90-98:Dec. 1910. 

CLIFF, UNDER THE 

By Robert Browning. Atlantic Monthly 13:737-738: June 1864. 

CLODD. EDWARD 

George Meredith: Some Recollections. Fortnightly Review 92:23: 
July 1909. 

CLOUDED LITERARY LINES 

By Sidney Low. Literary Digest 39:482:Sept. 25, 1909. 

CLOUGH AND EMERSON: THE METAPHYSICAL SIGNIFI- 
CANCE OF DIPSYCHUS AND THE WORLD SOUL 
By Francis H. Williams. Poet Lore 6:6&7:348-56. 

CROZIER, JOHN BEATTIE 

A Challenge to Socialism. Fortnightly Review 90:96: July 1908. 

C. L. S. C. OUTLINE AND PROGRAM 

Chautauquan 20:624:Feb. 1895. 

Broi»ning Da)). March 17. 

By James Russel Lowell. Chautauquan 12:797:March 1891. 

The Ring and the Book- Editorial. Chautauquan 12:797-798: 

March. 1891. 

CLUB AND SALON. I 

By Amelia Gere Mason. Century 56: 122- 127: May 1898. 

CLUBS IN THE UNITED STATES. BROWNING 

By Hiram Corson. Literary World 14:8: 127: April 21, 1883. 

CLUE TO BROWNING'S MIND, THE 

Editorial. Dial 52:386:May 16, 1912. 

CLYMER, W. B. SHUBRICK 

Landor Once More. Scribner's 10:123-128:July 1891. 

C M. T. 

Browning Year Book- Selections for every day in the year from 
the prose and poetry of Robert Browning. 821.88 Syt. 

COATES. FLORENCE EARLE 

Robert Broioning: Homage to Robert Brovining, Aleph Tanner 

102 821.88 Xht. 

Poems; Robert Browning 2:66-67. 

COBLENTZ, H. E. 

The Blank Verse of Sohrab and Rustum. Poet Lore 7:10:497-505. 



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COCK AND THE BULL. THE 

By Charles S. Calverley, After Robert Broivning; A Parod]f An- 

</io/ogj;, by Carolyn Wells. 195 82 1 .08 W453pa. 
COCKPIT FOR LITERARY COMBAT. A 

By Andrew Lang. Dial 44: 167: March 16, 1908. 
COG, I. N. 

Annals of a Quiet Drowning Club. Poet Lore 7:5:225-240. 

Miss Ariel's Paper. Part II of Annals of a Quiet Browning Club. 

Poet Lore 7:6&7:356-366:1895. 

Miss Ariel's Paper Discussed; Part III of Annals of a Quiet 

Drowning Club. Poet Lore 7 :8&9: 436-446. 

Purport of Drowning's and Whitman's Democracy, The, Poet Lore 

7:17:556-66. 
COHEN. MARY M. 

Drowning's Hebraic Sympathies. Poet Lore 3:5:250-254. 

Is He a Legitimate Member of the Victorian School? Poet Lore 

12:2:317-320. 

Emma Lazarus: Woman, Poet, Patriot. Poet Lore 5:6&7:320-31. 

Life and Letters. Poet Lore 12:2:317-20. 

On Drowning. Poet Lore 2:1:39. 

Source of Drowning's Optimism. Poet Lore 4:11:567-68. 
COIT. STANTON 

Is Drowning a Theist? Poet Lore 2:7:390-92. 
COLBURN. FREDERICK SIMPSON 

Drowning's The Last Ride Together. Dial 41:462:Dec. 16, 1906. 
COLBY. F. M. 

Review of Gilbert Keith Chesterton's Robert Drowning. Bookman 

17:601-4. 
COLERIDGE, LORD 

. ...^..Education and Instruction. Eclectic Magazine 122: 157- 163: Feb. 

1894. 
COLERIDGE, STEPHEN 

Great Testimony^. (Against Scientific Cruelty.) 17-21 174.9C693. 
COLERIDGE-TAYLOR, S. 

See Music. 
COLES, BLANCHE 

To Mrs. Thomas D. Stowell and Mrs. Sidne\) J. Parsons; Homage 

to Robert Drowning, Aleph Tanner 83. 821.88 Xht. 
COLES, BLANCHE (MRS. THOMAS R. COLES) 

A Peasant Woman in Ital^. Suggested by Browning's The Italian 

in England. In manuscript, not yet published. 
COLIN, REV. J. R. 

Vital Problems of Religion. Contemporary Review 106:560-562: 

Oct. 1914. Literary Supplement 85. 
COLLAR, MARY C. 

Boston Browning Society. Poet Lore 8:6:357-66. 
COLLECiED PLAYS OF OSCAR WILDE, THE 

By St. John Hankin. Fortnightly Review 89: 796-797: May 1908. 
COLLEGES BLAMED FOR OUR LACK OF AUTHORS 

By William W. Ellworth. Literary Digest 53:1 :304-305: Aug. 5. 

1916. 
COLLIER'S WEEKLY 

The Modern Villain. By Norman Hapgood. 33:18:April 30, 1904. 
COLLINS, J. CHURTON 

Drowning and Duiler. Contemporary Review 98:2:467-476:Oct. 

1910. 



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Same. Liltell's Living Age 267:481 -488: Nov. 1910. 

Language Versus Literature at Oxford. Nineteenth Century 37: 

290-303 :Feb. 1895. 

Old and Neii> Lights of Shal^espeare's Hamlet. Contemporary Re- 
view 88:649-664:Nov. 1905. 

Poetr}f and Symbolism. Contemporary Review. Littell's Living 

Age 256:357-371. 

Poetry and Syfmbolism : A Stud}f of the Tempest. Contemporary 

Review 93:65-84: Jan. 1908. 
COLLINS. JOHN CHURTON, MEMORIES OF 

By Margaret E. Luce. 
COLLINS. J. P. 

Literary Cems for the British Red Cross. Literary Digest 57:30- 

31:April30, 1918. 
COLLVILLE, K. N. 

Shalfspere's First Critical Editor. Nineteenth Century 86:266-297: 

Aug. 1919. 
COLOMBES BIRTHDAY 

Athenaeum 757 :944-945 :Oct. 19. 1844; 3325: 107- 108: July 18. 

1891. 

Browning Stud}f Hints. By P. A. C. Poet Lore 4:1 :39-41. 

By Henry F. Chorley. People's Journal 104- 106: Aug. 22. 1846 

821.88 Dpj. 

A Criticism. By Vida Scudder. Poet Lore 1 : 10:464. 

By Oscar L. Triggs. Poet Lore 7 : 1 :32-34. 

The Studxf Class. By Anna Benneson McMahan. 126-127 807 

Ml 67. 
COLOMBES BIRTHDAY AT SMITH'S COLLEGE 

By Bliss Perry. Outlook 46:13:July 2. 1892. 
COLUM. PADRAIC 

John Davidson, The Poet of Armageddon. New Republic 13:310- 

312:Jan. 12. 1918. 
COLVIN. SIDNEY 

Balaustions Adventure. Fortnightly Review 58:New Series, 95: 

Old Series :478-490:Oct. 1. 1871 821.88 Xsf. 

John Keats. Contemporary Review 1 13:106-107 :Jan. 1918:Liter- 

ary Supplement 124. 
COMER. CORNELIA A. P. 

Poetry, Toda^. Atlantic Monthly 1 1 7:493-498: April, 1916. 
COMFORT 

See Music. 
COMMENT 

Bookman 4:506:Feb. 1897; 6:287-88:Jan. 1897; 9:99-100:April 

1899; 9:107:April 1899; 9:395: July 1899; 9:483: Aug. 1899; 

10:415-16:Dec. 1899. 

COMMENT. A BROWNING ANNIVERSARY 
Bookman 23: 590-592: Aug. 1906. 

COMMENT— BROWNING'S FAVORITE SONNET 
Bookman 10:204: Nov. 1899. 

COMMENT— FACSIMILE OF LETTER FROM BROWNING 
Bookman 5:2:3:March 1897. 

COMMENT— LETTERS OF INTRODUCTION 
Bookman 9:309: June 1899. 

COMMENT OF PORTRAIT 

Bookman 2:467: Feb. 1896. 



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COMMENT ON CURRENT BOOKS 

The Bron>nings, by Signer S. A. Fogazzaro. By Editor. Out- 
look 86: 525: July 6, 1907. 

Brownings lial^. By Editor. Outlook 87:877:Dec. 21, 1907. 

Through Italy mth the Poets. By Editor. Outlook 88:611-612: 

March 14, 1908. 
COMMENT ON THE BROWNING LOVE LETTERS 

Bookman 9:387: July 1899. 
COMMENT— OSCAR WILDE ON BROWNING 

Bookman 22 :303:Dec. 1905. 
COMMENT— THE HOOLIGAN NIGHTS 

Bookman 10:14:Sept. 1899. 
COMMENTARIES 

Poet Lore 1:11:533-536. 
COMMENTS ON NEW BOOKS 

Atlantic Monthly 67:701-71 1 :May 1891. 
COMMON SENSE BROWNING, A 

Robert Brorvning. Everybody's Magazine 9:560:Nov. 1903. 
COMMONPLACES ON POETRY 

By George Soule. New Republic 6:67-69:Feb. 19, 1916. 
COMPARATIVE ESTIMATE OF MODERN ENGLISH POETS, A 

By J. Devey. Robert Browning 376-421 820.7 D491ce. 
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WORDSWORTH'S MICHAEL. 

TENNYSON'S ENOCH ARDEN, BROWNING'S AN- 
DREA DEL SARTO, A 

By Vida D. Scudder. Poet Lore 3:2:87-93. 
COMPARISON OF ELIZABETHAN WITH VICTORIAN POETRY, 

A 

By J. A. Symonds. Fortnightly Review. Littell's Living Age 180: 

195-209. 
COMPLAINT, A 

R. Barrett Browning. Athenaeum 3376:66: July 9, 1892. 
COMPLETE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WRITINGS IN PROSE 

AND VERSE OF ROBERT BROWNING, A 

By Thomas J. Wise. See Bibliography^. 821.88 Aw. 
CONANT, LUCY S. 

In Asolo. Poet Lore 18:2:247-58. 
CONCEPTION OF TRUTH AMONG THE GREEKS AND IN 

BROWNING. THE 

By Mrs. Helen C. De Silver (Abbott) Michael 547 M582. Read 

before Boston Browning Society Nov. 17, 1895. 
CONCERNING HIGH WATER MARKS 

By Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Independent 42: 205-206: Feb. 

13, 1890. 

CONCERNING LEIGH HUNT 

(Cornhill.) Littell's Living Age 194:131-144. 

CONCORDANCE MAKING IN NEW ZEALAND 

By A. E. Trimble. Atlantic Monthly 104:364-367: July 1909. 

CONDITIONS OF GREAT POETRY 

By W. E. Henley. Literary Digest 21 :729:Dec. 15, 1900. 

CONDITIONS OF THE GRAND STYLE 

Spectator. Littell's Living Age 157:120-123. 

CONE, HELEN GRAY 

The Iris-Bridge. Homage to Robert Bror»mng, Aleph Tanner 105 
821.88 Xht. 



BROWNINGIANA 93 

CONFESSIONS OF A BROWNING LOVER, THE 

By John Walker Powell. 821.88 Ppc. 
CONFIDENCES OF A SOCIETY POET. THE 

(Lond. Quart. R.) Litteiri Living Age 21 1 :362-370. 
CONNOLLY. MARGARET 

A Plea for the Stud^ of Browning. Arena 20:623-633. 

CONSCIENCE AND ART IN BROWNING 

By E. Johnson. London Browning Society Paper* 3:345-380 

821.88 Dbs. 
CONSTITUTION OF THE SYRACUSE BROWNING CLUB, THE 

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821.88 Bsye. 

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Poetry, Democracy and Chrisiiantly. By Charles Williams. II 2t 
230-231 :Aug. 1917. 

CONTEMPORARY REVIEW 

Algernon Charles Smnhurne. By W. Robert NicoII. 95:527- 
538: May 1909. 

An Ancient Instance and a Modern Want. By W. Emery Barnes. 
98:2:489-492. 

The Annotated Edition of Tennyson. 93:l3-l6:Feb. 1908. Liter- 
ary Supplement. 

Matthew Arnold. By H. D. Traill. Litlell's Living Age 178: 
88-96. 

Art and Life. By Vernon Lee. 69:658-669:May 1896. 
The Art of Plagiarism. By Edward Wright, 85:51 4-51 8: April 
1904. 

The Australian Muse. By S. Gertrude Ford. 103: 395-403: March 
1913. 

To the Author of Orion. 23:447-461 :Feb. 1874; 23:799-813: 
April 1874. 

To the Author of Orion on Literary and General Topics. 23:281- 
302: Jan. 1874. 

The Black Washing of Dante. By Howard Candler. 88:552-568: 
Oct. 1905. 

Book Notice the Agamemnon of Aeschylus. Editorial. 2:444: 
June 1 866. 

Bottom's Dream. By J. E. G. de Montmorency. 113:581-585: 
May 1914. 

Robert Browning and Alfred Domett. By W. Hall Griffin. 87: 
95-115:Jan .1905 821.88 Bdg. 
Same. Littell's Living Age 244:393-410. 

Browning and Butler. By Churton Collins. 98:2:467-476:Ocl. 
1910. Article also in Littell's Living Age 267:481 -488: Nov. 1910. 
A Browning Pilgrimage. By Arthur J. Whyte. 103: 668-678: May 
1913. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 277:542-550. 
Robert Browning. Eclectic Magazine 3 1 4-323 : March 1867. 
Same. By Stopford Augustine Brooke. 58: 141 -152: Jan. 1890. 
Same. Littell's Living Age 184:290-297. 
Same. By Andrew Lang. 60:70-81 : July 1891. 
Same. Littell's Living Age 190:563-570. 

Same. By Roden Noel. 44:701-718:Nov. 1883; Littell's Living 
Age 159:771-781 821.88 Dnor. 
^MHo. By Philip H. Wickuwid. 83:86-99iJm. 190^, 



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Same. Second Paper. Eclectic Magazine 68:501 -513 :April 1867. 
Mr. Drorvnings Dramatic Idyls. By Martin Relph. 35:289-302: 
May 1879 821.88 Dom. 

Brorvnings Old Yellow Book. 95:16:7-8:Jan. 1909 Literary Sup- 
plement No. 16. 

Mr. Brownings Place in Literature. Littell's Living Age 122: 
67-85. 

Browning's Place in Literature. By Mrs. A. Orr. 23:934-965: 
May 1874. 

Browning's Religious Opinion. By Mrs. Sutherland Orr. Littell'a 
Living Age 192:365-374. 
Giordano Bruno. 1 1 1 :257-261 :Lilerary Supplement 113. 

The Cambridge History of English Literature. 100:47:282-285: 
April 1913:Literary Supplement; 1 1 1 :1 15:527-530: April 1917: 
Literary Supplement. 

Camillo Benso Di Cavour. By Putre Orsi. 105 -590-593 :Literary 
Supplement. 

Centers of Scientific and Religious Thoughts. By Emma Caillard. 
88:389-396:Sept. 1905. 

Children in English Poetry. Littell's Living Age 267:108-111. 
Children in English Poetry — Pippa Passes and Evelyn Hope. 98: 
24:4-5 :Sept. 191 1 :Literary Supplement. 

Chips from the Browning Workshop. By William Boulting. 107: 
667-669 :May 1915:Literary Supplement No. 92. 
Arthur Hugh Clough. By Charles Whilbley. 105: 285 -288: Feb. 
1914:Literary Supplement. 

The Conception of Resurrection in Literature. 103:67:585-588: 
April 1913:Literary Supplement. 

Conversations and Correspondence with Thomas Carlyle. By C. 
Gavan Duffy. Littell's Living Age 192:531-550. 
Criticism of Poetry. By H. C. Bennett. 1 10:81 1-81 2 :Dec. 1916. 
Dante in English Literature. 96:4-7:Sept. 1909:Literary Supple- 
ment No. 24. 

Detlev Von Liliencron. By R. C. R. Ensor. 96:448-457 :Oct. 
1909. 

Development of English Metres. By William Larminie. 66:715- 
736:Nov. 1894. 

A Dip in Criticism. By Andrew Lang. Littell's Living Age 179: 
352-357. 

Ancilla Domini: Thoughts on Christian Art. By Rev. St. John 
Tyrwhitt. l:68-80:Feb. 1866; 2:69-80:May 1866; 2:393-411: 
June 1866. 

Drama of Ideas. By Norman Hopgood. Reference to Caliban 
upon Setebos.) 74:712-723 :Nov. 1898. 

Early Friends of Robert Browning. By W. Hall Griffin. 87:471 : 
427-446:March 1905. 

Evolution of Tragedy. By C. E. Vaughan. 932:17-18:May 1908: 
Literary Supplement. 

Fiction and Romance. By A. C. Benson. 100:1 : 792-805. 
First Paper on Robert Browning. Eclectic Magazine 314-323: 
March 1867. 

French Aesthetics. By Edward Dowden. 2:279-31 1 :March 1866. 
The Function of Poets. By Museus. 95:l-5:May 1909:Literary 
Supplement No. 20. 

The Cenius of Dickens. By George Barlow. 94:542-562:Nov. 
1908. 






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Glimpses of Thomas Carly)le. By Percy Fitzgerald. Littell's Living 
Age 278:216-223. 

History of English Literature. By Andrew Lang. 102:2:587-591. 
In the Poet's Garden. By Phil Robinson. Littell's Living Age 
198:419-431. 

Influence of Democracy^ on Literature. By Edmund Gosse. 59: 
523-36: April 1891. Same Article in Living Ave 1 89-259 :May 
1891. 

Is Literature Dying? By Herbert Paul. Littell's Living Age 253: 
387-395. 

Is Shakespeare Self Revealed.^ By Edward Dow^den. 96:542-561: 
Nov. 1909. 

Mr. A. A. Jack's Literary Studies. 101 :1 :444-445: March 1912. 
La Saisiaz. By A. Taylor Innes. 70: 262 -76: Aug. 1896. 
James Lee's Wife. 104:454:Sept. 1913:Literary Supplement. 
John Keats. By Sidney Calvin. 1 13: 106- 108:Literary Supplement 
124:Jan. 1918. 

La Saisiaz in 1895. By A. Taylor Innes. Littell's Living Age 
210:678-689. 

Letters from Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By R. H. Home. 23: 
146-162:Dec. 1873. 

Letters from Elizabeth Barrett Browning to the Author of Orion 
on Literary and General Topics. By R. H. Home. Littell's Living 
Age 120:281-290; 535-547. . 

Life of Robert Browning. By Ronald Bayne. 99:46: Literary Sup- 
plement 40. » 
Literary Conferences. By "Walter Besant. 65": 123- 139: Jan. 1894. 
Literary Teachings in Public Schools. By E. C. Everard Owen. 
102:560-566:Jan. 1913. 

George MacDonald. By Henry Holbeach. 19:37-55:March 1872. 
Milton. By W. T. Alexander. 96:668-683:Dec. 1909. 
Milton and Modern Men. By J. E. G. de Montmorency. 94:693- 
705:Dec. 1908. 

Modern Ballads. By Henry G. Hewlett. 26:958-980: Nov. 1875. 
Moral Philosophy of Meredith. By G. K. Chesterton. 96:23-29: 
July 1909. 

The Moral Philosophy of Meredith. By G. K. Chesterton. Lit- 
tell's Living Age 262:423-427. 

Morality and Immorality : Two in the Campagna 686. By T. W. 
Fowle. 19:673-695:May 1871. 

Municipal Theatre. By Charles Carrington. 82:41 1-428 :Sept. 
1902. 

A New Criticism of Poetry. 72: 390-399: Sept. 1897. 
Same. Littell's Living Age 215:520-527. 

The New Laokoon — An Essay on Confusion of the Arts. By 
Irving Babbitt. 99:41 :16-19:May 1911. 

New Poems of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Reviewed 
107:667-69:May 1915. 

A New Poet and Psychologist. 104:750-751 :Nov. 1913:Literary 
Supplement. 

The Obverse Side of Aristophanes. By R .E. S. Hart. 71 :662- 
679: May 1897. 

Old and New Lights of Shakspeare's Hamlet. By J. Churton 
Collins. 88:649-664:Nov. 1905. 

On Undesirable Information. By E. F. Benson. 68: 125- 133: July 
1895. 



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The Optimism of Butlers Analog^f. 94:7-8: July 1908:Lite«ary 
Supplement. 

Oxford and Jowett. By A. M. Fairbairn. 71 :829-851 :June 1897. 
The Paths of C/orj;, By J. E. G. de Montmorency. 108: 113-1 18: 
July 1915. 

Patriotism and Christianii}). By Augustine Birrell. 87:193-201. 
The Poems of Mr. Matthew Arnold. By Henry G. Hewlett. 24: 
559-567 :Sept. 1874. 

The Poems of Emil^ Bronte. Edited by Clement Shorter. 99:5-8: 
May 1911 :Literary Supplement No. 41. 

The Poetical Work of the Nen> Poet-Laureate. 104:284-286: Aug. 
1 9 1 3 : Literary Supplement. 

Poetry and Symbolism: A Study of the Tempest. By J. Churton 
Collbs. 93:65-84: Jan. 1908. 
Same. Littell's Living Age 256:357-371. 

Poetry in Drama. By William Poel. 104:699-707:Nov. 1913. 
The I^oetry of Victor Hugo. By Edward Dowden. 22:175-197: 
July 1873. 

The Poefs Harvest Time. 96:l-5:Oct. 1909:Literary Supplement 
No. 25. 

Poets of Society. By Henry G. Hewlett. 20:238-269: July 1872. 
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood: A Fight for Art. By W. Hol- 
man Hunt. 98:2:592-609. 

Puer Parvulus. By Evelyn Martinengo Cesaresco. 77:117-123: 
Jan. 1900. 

The Three Interests in Old English Literature. By David Masson. 
21:199:225:Jan. 1873. 

Red Cotton Nightcap Country. A Criticism. By A. Orr. 22:87- 
106: June 1873. 

The Religious Opinions of Robert Browning. By Mrs. A. Orr. 
60:876-91 :Dec. 1891. 

The Religious Opinions of Robert Browning. By Mrs. Sutherland 
Orr. Litlell's Living Age 192:365-374. 

Reminiscences of Lord Bath. By Malcolm MacColl. Littell's Liv- 
ing Age 210:44-54. 

Review of Books, The Brownings, Their Life and Art. By Lillian 
Whiting. 101 :l:456:March 1912. 

Ruskin's View of Literature. By R. Warwick Bond. 87:844-860: 
June 1905. 

The Scientific Movement and Literature. By Edward Dowden. 
Littell's Living Age 135:3-15. 

Shakespeare's Moon. 98:2:1 -4 :March 191 1 :Literary Supplement 
No. 24. 

Some Browning Memories. By William J. Kingsland. 102:1 :202- 
210:Aug. 1912. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 275 :220-227. 

Some Recent Books. By a Reader. 89:296-304: Feb. 1906; 
143-152:July 1906; 90:447-456:Sept. 1906; 
1907; 91:445-457:March 1907. 
Some Recent Books — Ring and the Book' 
897-906 :Dec. 1906. 
Studies in Literary Psychology. By Vernon Lee. 85: 386-392: June 
1914. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 241 :213-217. 

Mr. Swinburne's Posthumous Poems. By Edmund Gosse. 112; 
106-107 sLiterary Supplement No. t16tjwly 1917. 



90: 
91:141-152:Jan. 

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On Taste in Poetry and the Fate of M. SuU\f Prudhomme. By 

Edmund Gosse. 92:l-6:Literary Supplement No. 3:Dec. 1907. 

Lord de Tablejf. By Edmund Gosse. 69:84-99: Jan. 1896. 

Same. A Portrait. Littell's Living Age 208:346-357:Feb. 1896. 

The Transfiguration of Matter. By George Boslow. 85:686-696: 

May 1904. 

Tvfo Archbishops. By F. W. Farrar. LittelPs Living Age 211: 

560-569. 

A View of Ihsen. By A. Maynard Butler. 81 :707-719:May 1902. 

Vital Problems of Religion. By Rev. J. R. Cohu. 106:560-562: 

Oct. 1914. Literary Supplement 85. 

IValt Whitmans Poems. By Peter Bayne. LittelKs Living Age 

128:91-103. 

When The^ Return — Unsigned. 114:Literary Supplement 133: 

471-472:Oct. 1918. When They Return* *// We return. Letters 

of a Soldier of Kitchiner's Army. By G. B. Manwaring. 
CONTRIBUTION TO LITERATURE, BROWNING'S 

By Oscar Lovell Triggs. Ner» Unity 39: July 15 1897 (Old 

Series), New Series 5:408-411 821.88 Enu. 
CONTRIBUTOR'S CLUB, THE 

Atlantic Monthly 48:710-716:Nov. 1881 ; 49: 566-572: April 1882; 

52:41 9-430 :Sept. 1883; 57:427-431 : Mar. 1886: 58- 137- 142: July 

1886; 58:857-860:Dec. 1886; 62: 134- 140: July 1888; 63:713- 

719:May 1889; 65:281 -285 :Feb. 1890; 66: 133- 139: July 1890; 

67:280-288:Feb. 1891; 112:852-858:Dec. 1913. 
CONTROVERSY, THE GLADSTONE-BROWNING 

By Richard E. Crook. Littell's Living Age 246:626-630:Scpt. 2. 

1905. 
CONVERSATIONS AND CORRESPONDENCES WITH THOMAS 

CARLYLE 

By C. Gavan Duffy. Contemporary Review. Littell's Living Age 

192:531-550. 
CONVERSE, FLORENCE 

Shelley's Influence on Browning. Poet Lore 7:1:18-28. 
CONWAY, MONCURE D. 

Recollections of Robert Browning. Nation 50:27-30: Jan. 9, 1890. 

Sordello. London Browning Society Papers 7: (Abstract 1-4). 

Unpublished Letter. Independent 47:l:681:May 23, 1895. 

Current Opinion 38:43-46: Jan. 1905. 
CONWAY, RECOLLECTION OF, MONCURE D. 

Literary Digest 30:53-54: Jan. 14. 1905. 
COOGLER, J. GORDON 

Purely Original Verse. See pages 8 and 30 of Introduction for 

Browning reference. 812 C769. 
COOK, ALBERT S. 

The Prophet and His Bride Query. Poet Lore 3 :5 :288. 

Queries, Browning. Poet Lore 2:11:591. 

Query, Browning. Poet Lore 2:12:654. 
COOK. E. F. 

Mr. Ruslfin in Relation to Modern Problems. Eclectic Magazina 

122:486-493: April 1894. 
COOKE, GEORGE WILLIS 

Browning as a Religious Teacher. Poet Lore 2:6:333-336. 

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C. L. S. C Class Directory 1882-1910. Chautauquan 44:256:Oct. 

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Literary Boston. By Lilian Whiring. 10:209:Dec. 1890. 

The Literary^ Development of California. By Gertrude Franklin 

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26:120:Nov. 1898. 

William Wetmore Stor}^. By Mrs. Lew Wallace. 21:465:Sept. 

1896. 
COST OF A POET: ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING'S "A 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT" 

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COTES. K. D. 

The Educational Fiasco. Fortnightly Review 85:878:March 1906. 

COUNT GISMOND AIX IN PROVENCE 

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COURTHOPE. W. J. 

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5. 1896. 
COURTNEY. W. L. 

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COURTSHIP OF ROBERT BROWNING, THE 

Literary Digest 15:879-880:Ncyv. 20, 1897. 
COUSIN VICTOR 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 172:7:454-490:Oct. 1890; 172: 

485:Oct. 1890. 
COVENTRY, PATMORE 

Poet of Love. Editorial. Literary Digest 14:519-21 :Feb. 27, 1897. 

Nation 80:399:May 1905. 
CRABBE, GEORGE 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 198:30-51 :July 1903. 
CRAFTSMAN 

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CRAYON, THE 

An American Journal of Art— criticises Men and Women. 3:2: 
61:Feb. 1856. 

CREATIVE APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF LITERATURE 

By Frank W. Chandler. English Journal 4:283-84:May 15. 1915. 

CREDIT FOR RELIGION 

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CREED 

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The Young Ideas Views on Poetry. 34:306-7:Oct. 1901. 
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CRITIC, POE'S PLACE AS A 

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CRITICISM. MR. WOODBERRY'S 

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Broivning Centenary. By Editor. Outlook 101 :99-I00:May 18. 
1912. 

CURRENT LITERATURE 

Browning's Love Affairs as a T\fpe of Legitimate Romance. (Eliz- 
abeth Barrett Compared with George Sand.) 53 :348-353 :July 
1912. 

Epilogue to Asolando. By Robert Browning. 33: 197: Aug. 1902. 
A Forest Thought. 39:21 9: Aug. 1905. 

Love Among the Ruins. By Robert Browning. 35:1 16-1 17:July 
1903. 

Ma}) and Death. By Robert Browning. 32:592:May 1902. 
Give a Rouse. 29:333:Sept. 1900. 

Review of Edward Dowdens Life of Browning. By Horatio S. 
Krans. 38:109-111. 

CURRENT OPINION 

Authors Wives. 9:37-40:Jan. 1892. 

Beam and Browning. By Tom Masson. 34:359:March 1903. 
Best Poem Ever Written in the English Language, The. New 
York Times 57:131-133:Aug. 1914. 
Burials in Westminster Abbe}). 9:356-358: Feb. 1892. 
Moncure D. Conway s Autobiography. 38:43-46: Jan. 1905. 
Definitive Place of Richard Hovey in American Letters, The. By 
Page and Rittenhouse. 44:277-279: March 1907. 
Dr. Eliot's Five-Foot Library. 47: 158- 159: Aug. 1909. 
From Ferishtah's Fancies. By Robert Browning. 34:471 : April 
1903. 

From Ghent to Aix. By M. W. P. 34:200:Feb. 1903. 
Handboo^ing of Rudyard Kipling, The. New York Sun 58:48: 
Jan. 1915. 

Highest Type of Originality in Literature, The. By Charles Leon- 
ard Moore. 50:100-101 :Jan. 1911. 

Mr. Hunel^er Declares That Genius Has No Country. 57:423: 
Dec. 1914. 

// / Leave All for Thee. By E. B. Browning. 33:584:Nov. 1902. 
// Thou Must Love Me. By Elizabeth B. Browning. 34:471: 
April 1903. 

Is too Much Written on the Subject of Love? By Lafcadio Heam. 
62:206: March 1917. 

Latest Word on Whitman, The. By George Rice Carpenter. 47: 
45-48: July 1909. 

By Eugene Lawrence. Chautauquan 8:70-73: Nov. 1887. 
Mr. Meredith in His Poems. 9: 597-599: April 1892. 
George Meredith, the Great Psychologist of English Fiction. 47: 
49-54: July 1909. 

New Appraisals of Robert Browning. By Lilian Whiting. 52: 
701-703 :June 1912. 

New Church Review. By Mr. Speirss. 8:302-320: April 1901. 
Prospice. By Robert Browning. 33:462:Oct. 1902. 
Pure Gold of Nineteenth Century Literature, The. By William 
Lyon Phelps. 43:515-518:Nov. 1907. 

Real Facts in Regard to Fitzgerald and Omar Khyyam, The. 
By Editor. 46:508-510:May 1909. 

Recent Poetry Reference. 45: 572: Nov. 1908; 46:452: April 1909; 
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Recollections of Brot»mng in Venice. By Katherine Coleman de 

Kay Bronson. 32:336-341 -.March 1902. 

Reviev) of Edr»ard Dor»dens Life of Bror»ning. By Horatio S. 

Krans. 38:109-1 1 1 :Feb. 1905. 

William Sharp's Struggle i»ith His Feminine Self. By Elizabeth 

A. Sharp. 50:97-99:Jan. 1911. 

Soliloqu\f of Aeschylus. By Robert Browning. 56:55 :Jan. 1914. 

Stud\f of the Love Poetry of the Brownings. 39:499-50: Nov. 1905. 

Francis Thompsons Tribute to Shelley. 45:515-518:Nov. 1908. 

Unhappy Love Affairs of Men of Letters, The. By Stradey and 

Littlefield. 47:512-515:Nov. 1909. 

Voices of the Living Poets. 60:202: March 1916. 

Same. (Mrs. Browning.) By Editor. 62: 128- 130: Feb. 1917. 

Will the Novels of Meredith Endure? 44:51 -53 :Jan. 1908. 

WordsJvorth as A Poet Great in Spite of Himself. By Carman 

andRannie. 43: 630-632: Dec. 1907. 

A Year's Literary Production. By H. W. Mabie. 9:433:March 

1892. 
CURRENT POETRY 

Literary Digest. 52:l:75:Jan. 8. 1916. 

Editorial. Literary Digest 53:1 :198-202: July 22. 1916. 
CURRENT TOPICS 

Albion 47:11 :133:March 13. 1869. 
CURRY. S. S. 

BroTvning and the Dramatic Monologue. 821.88 Lcb. 

Same. (Review.) Independent 65:2:1 004-5 :Oct. 29. 1908. 

Browning's Caliban and Saul. Arena 40:47-51 :July 1908. 
CURRY S. S.. HIS WORK FOR LIFE AND ART 

By B. O. Flower. Arena 40:39-47: July 1908. 
CURTIS. G. W. 

From An Easy Chair. Robert Browning in Florence 197-208 

814 C 978ec. 

Harper's Monthly 23:555-556, 563:Sept. 1862. 
CURZON. GEORGE N. 

Poetry, Politics and Conservatism. LittelKs Living Age 168:131- 

140: Jan. 1886. 
CUSHMAN. HERBERT ERNEST 

French Enthusiasms Satirized in Browning's Two Poets of Croisic. 

Poet Lore 11:3:382-395. 
CUSHMAN'S ARTICLE. EDITORIAL ON 

Browning* on French Enthusiasm. Poet Lore 20:466:Oct. 1899. 
CYCLOPEDIA. THE BROWNING 

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DALE. JOHN T. . . ! 

Book Notices: Heroes and Creathearts and Their Animal Friend*. 

Education 33:121-128:Oct. 1912. 
DALL. CAROLINE H. 

Sordello. A History and a Poem. With the autograph of th« 

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Same. (Typewritten) Copy 3. 

Same. Poet Lore 1:11 :534-535. 
DALLAS SATURDAY NIGHT 

Pippa Passes, Descnhed. By Louise Allen. Feb. 21, 1920. 
DALLIBA, GERRDA 

Reference to Browning Club. Independent 67:2:880-81. 
DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN 

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DANTE 

Browning's Interpretalion of Love as Compared mih That of Plato, 

Dante and Petrarch. By George Willis Cooke. Poet Lore 6:5: 

225-238. 
DANTE AND BROWNING 

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DANTE, BROWNING ON 

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DANTE IN ENGLISH LITERATURE 

Contemporary Review 96:4-7:Sept. 1909:Literary Supplement 24. 
DANTE IN ENGLISH LITERATURE FROM CHAUCER TO 

GARY 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 207:398-420: April 1908. 
DANTE LITERATURE 

Athenaeum 3216:753-755 :June 15, 1889. 
DANTE. THE BLACK WASHING OF 

Bv Howard Candler. Contemporary Review 88: 552-568 :Oct. 

1905. 

DARK BLUE 

Browning as a Preacher. By Miss E. D. West. Littell's Living 
Age 111:707-723. 

DARK IN LITERATURE. THE 

By Richard Burton. Forum 30:75 1-757: Feb. 1901. 

DARMESTETER, MARY JAMES 

Menage de Poetes 1 et 2. La Revue de Paris 295-31 7 :Sept. 15. 
1898; 788-817:Oct. 15, 1898 821.88 Bmd. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN, THE POET OF ARMAGEDDON 

By Padraic Colum. New Republic 13:3 10-3 12: Jan. 12. 1918. 

DAVIES. J. LLEWELYN 

Browning and Tenn\)son compared, from Notes to the Pocket Vol- 
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Hill. 17-22 821.88 Dhn. 

DAVIES, TREVOR H. 

Spiritual Voices in Modern Literature. Robert Browning: Saul. 
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DAVIS, ETHEL 

The Poetic Structure of Browning's Shorter Lyrics. Poet Lore 5: 
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DAVISON. W. T. 

BroJvning's Portraits of Women. London Quarterly Review. Lit- 

tell's Living Age 281 :352-356:May 9. 1914. 
DAWSON. MILES M. 

Broroning. Homage to Robert Broivning, Aleph Tanner 57 821.88 

Xht. 
DAWSON, WILLIAM JOSEPH 

The Makers of English Poetry. Chap. XXV: Robert Brojvning 

275; Chap. XXVI: Broroning's Philosoph}^ of Life 284; Chap. 

XXVII: r/ie Spirit of Bron>nings Religion 293; Chap. XXVIII: 

BroTonings Attitude to Christianity 303 ; Chap. XXIX: BroJDning'a 

Significance in Literature 312; Chap. XXX: Robert BroJi>ning, 

Concluding Surve}} 3 1 9-332 82 1 .09 D272m. 

Quest and Vision. See Chapter: Religious Doubt and Modern 

Poetry 73-106 821.04 D272q. 
DAY AT TIVOLI. A 

By John Kenyon. Dedicated to Elizabeth Barrett Browning and 

Robert Browning. 821.8 K37. 
DAY, CLARENCE, JR. 

Books and Thinks. New Republic 17:284: Jan. 4, 1919. 
DAY OF DELIVERANCE, THE 

From Return of the Druses in Lyric Form; A Libretto for Pre- 
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DE FONBLANQUE, ETHEL 
See Italy. 

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372-386:April 1913. 

De MONTMORENCY, J. E. G. 

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Dec. 1908. 

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1915. 
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DE PRESSENSE, FRANCIS 

France and England, The Relation of. Nineteenth Century 39. 
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By Edmund Gosse. Contemporary Review. Littell'i Living Age 
208:346-357. 
DE VERE. AUBREY 

Archbishop Trench's Poems. Nineteenth Century. Littell's Living 
Age 178:131-144. 

Robert Broivning. Century 39:736:March 1890. 
Same. A Poem. (From McMillan's Magazine.) Clippings 63. 
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DE VOISINS, GILBERT 
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DEAD IN VENICE 

By Arthur Symons. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 
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DEATH AND PITY 

By Ouida. Fortnightly Review 57:550-552: April 1892. 
DEATH IN THE DESERT, A 

By Daniel G. Brinton. Poet Lore 1 :1 :25-26. 
Browning Study Programme: A Croup of Religious Poems — 
Caliban upon Setebos, Cleon, Rabbi Ben Ezra, A Death in the 
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1:103-113. 

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DEATH OF BROWNING. NOTES FROM PARIS ON 

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DEATH, ROBERT BROWNING'S 

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DEBT OF ENGLISH TO ITALIAN LITERATURE 

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DECAY OF LITERATURE, THE 

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DEDICATION OF POEMS TO MY FRIEND ROBERT BROWN- 
ING 

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DEFENDING KEATS' LOVE LETTERS 

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DEFENSE OF BROWNING'S LATER WORK. A 

By Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 12:2:284-304. 
DEFENSE OF THE SPLIT INFINITIVE. A 

By Dr. TTiomas R. Lounsbury. Literary Digest 28:653:May 7, 

1904. 
DEFINITION OF CALIBER 

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DEFINITIVE EDITION, OF BROWNING, THE 

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DENNETT, J. A. 

Red Cotton Night Cap Courttr^. Reviewed in Nation 17:116-18: 

1873. 
DENNIS. JOHN 

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Literary Coincidences. Leisure Hour. Littell's Living Age 192: 

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The Poetry of the Centur\f. Leisure Hour. Littell's Living Age 

185:307-312. 
DEPARTMENT OF THE BROWNING SOCIETY OF THE NEW 

CENTURY CLUB OF PHILADELPHIA 

Poet Lore 2:1:35-39; 2:2:89-94; 2:3:145-52; 2:4:212-21; 2:5: 

278-83; 2:6:332-36. 
DEPARTURE FROM TRADITION. A STORY OF THE YEAR '95 

By Rosaline Masson. Chamb. Jour. Littell's Living Age 207: 

15-23. 
DESCRIPTION AND PUBLICITY 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 189:427:April 1899. 
DESCRIPTION OF BROWNING 

Poet Lore 3:5:289-291. 
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DETLEV VON LILIENCRON 

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DEUTSCHE UEBERTRAGUNG DIESER DICHTUNGEN BE- 

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April 1. 1895. 

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phry Ward. 66: 100: Jan. 25, 1919. 

Briefer Mention. 53:342-3:Nov. 1, 1912; 54:149:Feb. 16, 1913. 
Briefs on Nen) Books. By Mrs. Martha Baker Dunn. 39:242:Oct 
16, 1905. 

Same. By Laurie Magnus. 48: 152- 153: March 1, 1910. 
Same. By Prof. Edward Dowden Princeton. 23:74: Aug. 1, 1897. 
Same. By George Saintbury. 18: 181 -2: March 16, 1895. 
J3ron>ning as the Poet of His Country. By Anna Benneson Mc- 
Mahan. 54:294-6: April 1, 1913. 

The Brorvning Centenary^. By Editor. 52:383-4:May 16, 1912. 
BroUfning in Intimate Intercourse. By Arthur Symons. 61 :387: 
Nov. 16, 1916. 

BroTvning in Seattle. 42:133:March 1, 1907. 
Browning Pocket Edition. 53:355:Nov. 1, 1912. 
Browning Poems. Oxford Miniature Edition. 31:519:Dec. 16, 
1901. 

Browning Women. By Clark S. Northup. 58:258-9: April 1. 1915. 
Browning's Defense of His Alleged Obscurity of St^le. 41:231: 
Oct. 16, 1906. 

Browning's Dramatis Personae: Dramatic Romances and Lyrics. 
(Illustrated.) By Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale. 47:51 7 :Dec. 16, 
1909; 51:479:Dec. 1, 1911. 

Browning's Early Career and Later Influence. Editorial. 52:91: 
Feb. 1, 1912. 

Brownings England. By Helen A. Clarke 45:415:Dec. 1, 1908. 
Browning's Tad and Courtesy. Editorial. 52:347: May 1, 1912. 
Browning's Heroines. By Ethel Colburn Mayne. Reviewed in 58: 
258-9:April 1, 1915. 

Browning's Italy. By Miss Helen Archibald Clarke. 43:384:Dec. 
1, 1907. 

Browning's Narrative Verse. By Clark S. Northup. 43:367:Dec. 
1, 1907. 

Brownings Optimism. By W. N. G. 18:290:May 16, 1895. 
Browning's Pippa Passes and Men and Women. By Eleanor For- 
tescue Bricksdale. 49:473 :Dec. 1, 1910. 

Browning's Saul. Cromwell & Co. Edition. 21 :338:Dec. 1, 1895. 
Same. (Illustrated.) By Frank O. Small. 31 :448:Dec. 1, 1901. 
Mrs. Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese. Copeland & Day 
Edition. 21:387:Dec. 16, 1896. 
Same. Paul Elder Edition. 49:532:Dec. 16, 1910. 
The Last Ride Together. By Frederick Simpson Coburn. 41 :462: 
Dec. 10, 1906. 

Casual Comment. By Percy F. Bicknell. 42:133:March 1, 1907. 
A Catalogue of the Browning Society of Boston. 22:225: April 
1, 1897. 

Chemistry and Criticism. By Percy F. Bicknell. 42:134-135: 
March 1. 1907. 



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Christian Teaching in BroT»ning. By Dr. Berdoe. 21 : 125-6 :Sept. 
1, 1898. 

The Clue to Broivnings Mind. Editorial. 52:386: May 16. 1912. 
A Coclfpit for Literary Combats. By Andrew Lang. 44:167:Mar. 
16. 1908. 

The Cult of Mattherv Arnold. By Edith J. Rich. Dial 37:200: 
Oct. 1, 1904. 

An Earl^ Browning Centenary^ Celebration. Editorial. 52:44:Jan. 
16. 1912. 

An Early Victorian Romancer. By Clark S. Northup. 50:119-121 : 
Feb. 16, 1911. 

The Ibsen Legend. Editorial. 18:259-61 : May 1, 1895. 
The Increasing Vogue of BroJiJning. Editorial. 54:447: June 1. 
1913. 

An Interesting Memorial of Troo Great Authors. By Anna Ben- 
neson McMahan. 31 :229-230:Oct. 1, 1901. 

An Irish Poet*s Literary Friendships. By Percy F. Bicknell. 44: 
69-70:Feb. I. 1908. 

The Latest Critic of Browning's Poetry. By Annie Russell Marble. 
33:395-6:Dec. 1, 1902. 

Letters and Memories of Harriet Hosmer. By Mrs. Lucien Carr. 
53:106:Aug. 16. 1912. 

The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By Louis J. Block. 
23:274-7:Nov. 16. 1897. 

The Malting of a Great Poem. By Anna Benneson McMahan. 
45:344-5:Nov. 16. 1908. 

The Masterpieces of English Narrative Verse. By Charles Leonard 
Moore. 43:303-305:Nov. 16. 1907. 

Memories of Seventy Years. By E. G. J. 18:43-45: Jan. 16, 1895. 
Mistakes of Browning's Biographers. By Editor. 54:38:Jan. 16, 
1913. 

Miss Molineux's Browning Phrase Book- By W. J. R. 22:42-3: 
Jan. 16. 1897; 22:78:Feb. 1. 1897. 

More Memoirs of Literary London. By E. G. J. 18:8-10:Jan. 1. 
1895. 

More of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. By Edith Kellogg Dun- 
ton. 41:446:Dec, 16, 1906. 

A New Democratic Venture. Editorial. 43 : 23 7-239 : Oct. 16, 1907. 
The New Expositor of Browning. By Charles H. Herford. 39: 
44: July 16. 1905. 

New Letters by Robert Browning. By Frederic G. Kenyon. 40: 
395: June 16, 1906. 

New Lights on Browning's Personality. By Anna Benneson Mc- 
Mahan. 50:206-9: March 16, 1911. 
Notes. 59:162:Sept. 2, 1915. 

Notes for Bibliophiles. By Editor. 63:120-121 : Aug. 16, 1917. 
Old Yellow Book. Reviewed in 45:344-5:Nov. 16. 1908. 
Originality in Literature. By Charles Leonard Moore. 49:585: 
319-21 :Nov. 1. 1910. 

Papers of a Browning Society. By Miss Dame. 23:253:Nov. I, 
1897. 

Philosophic Doubts Concerning Criticism. Editorial. 48:3-4 :Jan. 
1910. 

Plans for the Preservation of the Browning Letters. By Editor. 
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A Poet and His Circle. By Percy F. Bicknell. 52:221 -3: March 

16. 1912. 

The Poet of Science. By Paul Shorey. 46:17-19:Jan. 1. 1909. 

A Poet Retrospect. Editorial. 38:1 1 l-13:Feb. 16, 1905. 

Poetry as Criterion of Literature. 18:133-5 :March 1, 1895. 

The Poetry of Ralph Hodgson. By John Gould Fletcher. 63:50- 

2: July 19. 1917. 

A Poet's Mind (Mrs. Browning). Editorial. 47:5-7:July 1, 1909. 

Preparation for the Broi»ning Centenar)}. Editorial. 52:219-20: 

March 16, 1912. 

Reminiscences of an English Teacher. By Henry E. Bourne. 49: 

232-3 :Oct. 1, 1910. 

A Rollicking Irish Story? Teller. By Percy F. Bicknell. 40:382- 

385: June 16. 1906. 

A Scholarly? Essayist's Latest Worl(. By Ferris Greenslet. 39: 

277:Nov. 1, 1905. 

Some Celebrated Characters of Last Century. By Percy F. Bick- 
nell. 46:1 34-5 :March 1, 1909. 

Some 7Ve» Memorials of The Broivnings. By Messrs. Frederic G. 

Kenyon, Bertram Dobell and Edmund Gosse. 58:268: April I, 

1915. 

Taking Stock. Editorial. 50:3-5: Jan. 1, 1911. 

Two Fresh Introductions to Browning. 60:82:Jan. 20. 1916. 

The Unliterary Temperament. Editorial. 46:5-7: Jan. 1, 1909. 

The Use of Like and As. By S. I. Kidder. 61 :452:Nov. 30. 1916. 

A IVordsworthian in Reminiscent Mood. By Percy F. Bicknell 
• 38:117-19:Feb. 16, 1905. 

Diaphanous Literature. By Frederic Harrison. 45 :391 :Dec. 1 , 

1908. 

An Echo of the Browning's Cult in America. By Mrs. Francis B. 

Hornbrooke. 48:91 : Feb. 1, 1910. 

Some Appreciations of Sidney Lanier. By W. M. Baskervill. 18: 

299-301 :March 16, 1895. 
DIAPHANOUS LITERATURE 

By Frederic Harrison. Dial 45:391 :Dec. 1, 1908. 
DIARY OF A JOURNEY IN AMERICA IN 1805 

By Daniel Swift Burr. Journal of American History 3:2:452:Fall 

No. 1909. 
DICEY, EDWARD 

The Present Ehh'Tide of English Literature. Literary Digest 21 : 

69:July 21. 1900. 
DICK. MRS. C. B. 

Browning's Pauline and Balzac's Louis Lambert compared. Poet 

Lore 4:3:161-66. 

DICKENS FIFTY YEARS AFTER 

By Mabell S. C. Smith. Chautauquan 62: 93 -102: March 1911. 

DICTION. BROWNING'S 

American Notes and Queries 304-305: April 27, 1889. 

DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY 

A brief life by Edmund Gosse. Supplement Vol. 1 :306 ff. 

DID BROWNING KNOW A WOMAN'S HEART? 
By Mary Bradford Whiting. 821.88 Pwn. 

DID BROWNING WHISTLE OR SING? 

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DIFFERENT IDEALS OF SHELLEY AND BROWNING 

Porrion of thesis. By Angle Lacey Peck. The Wellesley Prela<)e 

Memonal Number 3:17:2n-212:Jan. 30, 1892. 
DIFFERENTIATION OF ENGLISH CLASSES IN HIGH SCHOOL 

By M. Catherine Mahy. Education 36:575-580: May 1916. 
DIFFICULTIES AND OBSCURITIES, ENCOUNTERED IN A 

STUDY OF BROWNING'S POEMS, ON THE 

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DIFFICULTIES OF RELIGIOUS POETRY, THE 

Spectator. Liltell's Living Age 213:276-278. 
DIFFICULTIES OF REVOLUTION, THE 

By Robert Jay. Fortnightly Revitew 84:1056:Dec. 1905. 
DILKE, LADY 

The Shrine of Death and Other Stories. Athenaeum 3055:642: 

May 15, 1886. 
DIP IN CRITICISM, A 

By Andrew Lang.- Contemporary Review. Littell's Living Age 

179:352-357. 
DISCRETION AND PUBLICITY 

Liltell's Living Age 221:807-820; Edinburgh Review 189:427: 

April 1899. 
DISCUSSION OF BROWNING'S SHORTER POEMS 

Poet Lore 1:12:567. 
DISRAELI AND GLADSTONE. STORY OF 

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DIVERSIONS OF THE ECHO CLUB 

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DIVIDED 

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Poet Lore 2:3:193-195. 

By Ursula Tannerfost. Homage to Robert Brorsning, Aleph Tan- 
ner 103-104. 
DIVINE ORDER, THE 

By Thomas Jones. Introduction by Robert Browning. 11-13 

252 J79. 
DIVORCE, WHAT DOES THE BIBLE REALLY TEACH AS TO> 

Editorial. Literary Digest 18:673-675: June 10, 1899. 
DIXSON. EMILY 

Realism in 19th Century English Fiction. Baylor Literary 18:3-7: 

Sept. 1909. 
DJABAL'S SONG 

By Charlotte Porter. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

84 821.88 Xhl. 
DOBELL. BERTRAM 

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DOBSON. AUSTIN 

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DOMETT AND ROBERT BROWNING, ALFRED 

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1908. 

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Editorial. Dial 48:1 :Jan. 1, 1910. 

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1918. 

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Robert Browning As a Dramatist. Literary Digest 28:843-844: 
June 11, 1904. 

English Literature Today. Outlook 71 :229:May 24, 1902. 
French Aesthetics. Contemporary Review 1 :279-31 1 :March 1866. 
Is Shakespeare Self Revealed? Contemporary Review 96:542-561 : 
Nov. 1909. . 

Last Words on Shelley. Fortnightly Review 48:462:Oct. 1887. 
A Life (Robert Browning). Reviewed in Athenaeum 1:362-363: 
March 19, 1904. Reviewed by Horatio S. Krans in Current Liter- 
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The Life of Robert Browning. E. P. Dutton & Co., New York, 

N. Y. 821.88 Bdt. 

Mr. Meredith In His Poems. Eclectic Magazine 118:650-660: 

May 1892. 

Same. Fortnightly Review. LittelFs Living Age 193:495-505. 

Same. Fortnightly Review 57:338-339:March 1892. 

The Poetry of Victor Hugo. Contemporary Review 22:175-197: 

July 1873. 

The Prose Worlds of Wordsworth. Fortnightly Review. LittelPs 

Living Age 128:195-208. 

Reviewed in Outlook 78:381 :Oct. 8. 1904. 

The Scientific Movement and Literature. Contemporary Review. 

Litlell's Living Age 135:3-15. 

Sordello. (Taken from Transcripts and Studies.) 821.88 Sodt. 

Studies in Literature. 1789-1877. Mr. Tennyson and Mr. Brown- 

ing 191-239 804 D745 (2 copies). 

Lectures on Literature and Art. Mr. Browning and Mr. Tennyson 

5:139-179. 

Transcripts and Studies. Mr. Browning's Sordello 474-525 820.4 

D745I. 

The Two Great Victorian Poets. Robert Browning. Bookman 16: 

4:35l-359:Dec. 1902 821.88 Xman. 

Victorian Literature. Fortnightly Review. Littell's Living Age 

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DOWDEN. ELIZABETH D. 

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DRAMA, THE 

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Literature. A Cosmopolitan Critic by William Lyon Phelps. 39: 

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DRAMA— A BLOT IN THE 'SCUTCHEON 

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By Henry James. (Views and Reviews.) 41-47 820.4 J270. 
DRAMA OF IDEAS 

By Norman Hapgood. Contemporary Review 74:712-723 :Nov. 

1898. 
DRAMAS 

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DRAMATIC IDYLS 

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DRAMATIC LYRIC 

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DRAMATIC LYRICS 

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Philadelphia. Poet Lore 2:1 :35. 

By Mrs. S. C. F. Hallowell. Poet Lore 2:5:281. 
DRAMATIC LYRICS AND THE RETURN OF THE DRUSES 

Athenaeum 808:385: April 22. 1843. 
DRAMATIC MONOLOGUE 

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Athenaeum 191 0:765-767: June 4. 1864. 

(Editorial.) Atlantic Monthly 14:644-8:Nov. 18. 1884. 

(Illustrated.) By E. Fortescue Bricksdale. Reviewed in Dial 51 : 

479:Dec. 1. 1911. 

(Illustrated.) By Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale. Dial 47:517:Dec. 

16. 1909. 

Same. (Second copy.) 

Boston Review 4: 24: 606- 607: Nov. 1864. 

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Mr. Brownings Latest Poems (Dramatis Personae). Criticism in 

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Gladstone's Library at St. DeinioVs. (Hawarden.) Nineteenth 

Century 59:944-954: June 1906. 

DRINKWATER, JOHN 

Theodore Watts — Dunton And the Spirit of an Age. Nineteenth 
Century 76: 674-685: Sept. 1914. 

DRUSES— THE RETURN OF THE 

(Stage Version.) A criticism of the play as performed by the Bos- 
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DUCHESS (FERRARA), MY LAST 

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Editorial. Century 59:478-479: Jan. 1900. 

DUET OF LITERARY REPUTATION. A 

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March 29. 1913. 

DUFF. DAVID 

An Exposition of Broroning s Sordello. With Historical and Other 
Notes. William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh and London 1906 
821 Hsod. 

DUFF, M. E. GRANT 

Notes from a Diar\). Athenaeum 3674: 398-399: March 26, 1898. 
Poetry in the 19th Century. Edinburgh Review. Littell's Living 
Age 235:705-724:Dec. 20, 1902. 

DUFFIELD, C. W. 

Notes and Neivs. Poet Lore 3:1 :40-47. 

DUFFY, C. GAVAN 

Conversations and Correspondence ivith Thomas Carl\fle. Contem- 
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DUKE'S INTERVIEW WITH THE ENVOY 

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DUMAS AND D'ARTAGNAN 

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DUNCAN. FRANCES 

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DUNLAP. HOPE 

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DUNN. MARTHA BAKER 

Briefs of New Books. Dial 39:242:Oct. 16, 1905. 
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DUNTHORNE. ROBERT 

A List of Etchings. Published by Robert Dunthorne at the Cabinet 
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the Water Colour Drawing by the Late G. J. Pinwell. 31. 

DUNTON, EDITH KELLOG 

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Same. Fortnightly Review. Littell's Living Age 251 :61 7-624. 
EARLY WRITINGS OF BROWNING 

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EBB TIDE OF POETRY AND CRITICISM. THE 

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ECHELTLOS 

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ECLECTIC MAGAZINE 

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Aft and Eccenlricil}). By Herbert Paul. 118:5 74-582: May 1902. 

Philip Jama Bailey. By Edmund Gosse. 140:218-231 :Feb. 1903. 

Booki and AuihoTs. 139:696-700:Nov. 1902; 141 :139-140:JuIy 

1903. 

Robert BroVfning. Contemporary Review 68»3 14-323: March 1867. 

Robert Broroning — Second Paper. Contemporary Review 68:501- 

513: April 1867. 

Robert Broivning. By Mary A. Woods. 138r74:Jan. 1902. 

Robert Browning, the Musician. By A. Coodrich-Freer. 137: 

174- 182: Aug. 1901. 

Robert Browning, Writer of Plays. By W. L. Courtney. 101 or 

(New Series 38) 3:358-366:Sept. 1883. 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 142:825-829sjtme 1904. 

Mrs. Browning and Miss Lowe. Frcm English Review. 22:337- 

344: March 1851. 

Mrs. Browning's New Poem. Atheneaum. 23:41 5-41 9: July 1851. 

Robert Browning's Poems. (From St PaulV) By E. J. H. 13: ' 

3:267-279:March 1871. 

Burns, As an English Poet. By David Christie Murray. 140:194- 1 

200: Feb. 1903. . 

A Chapter in the History of Oracles By Basil Williams. 118: J 

270-278:Feb. 18. 1892. jH 

Children's Ways. From The Spectator. 68:3')3:Sept. 1898. ^W 

Classical and Modern Literature. By R. Y. Tyrrell. 142:520-523: 

March 1904. 

The Complacency of the Wordswo'rthians. By H. F. C. 111:2: 

181-185:Aug. 1903. 

Criticism As Theft. By Prof. Willia-n Knight. 126:358-364: 

March 1896. 

The Duties of Authors. By Leslie Stephen. 123:1-14:July 1894. 

Education and Instruction. By Lord Cole'id^e. 122: 157- 163: Feb. 

1894. 

The Essay Considered From An Artistic Point of View. By E. 

H. Lacon Watson. 123:50-54: July 1894^ 

The Ethical Impulse of Mrs. Browning*$ Poetry. By Thomas 

Bradfield. 127:447-454:Oct. 1896. 

Ethical Tendencies of Matthew Arnold's Poetry. By Thomas 

Bradfield. 124:3IO-319:March 1895. 

First Paper on Robert Browning from Conleirporary Review. 68: 

31 4-323 :March 1867. 

Foreign Literary Notes. 121 :859-860:Dec 1893; 122:424-426: 

March 1894; 123:71 l-713:Nov. 1894. 

Same. By Christina Rossetti. 1 24 :279-283 :FeK 1895. 

Same. Editorial. 45:712:May 1897. 

Glimpses of Ruskin. By R. Wilkins Rees. 141 :42 1-434 :Oct. 

1903. 

Hearth and Home, Elizabeth Barrett Browmng. By Mme. Octavia 

Walton Le Vert. 4:2:221 -225 :Feb. 1869. 

Leigh Hunt. By F. Warre Cornish. 127:30-40: July 1896. 

Illustrious Handwriting. 122: 134-1 37: Jan. 1894 

In Defense of Classical Study. By Profnsoff Jebb. 122:13-17: 

Jan. 1894. 

Is Literature Dying? By Herbert Paul. 148:^ 10-51 7: June 1907. 

Is Matthew Arnold's Poetry Consoling? 1 19:^64-367 :Sept. 1892 

Letters of James Russell Lowell 122:335-340 March 1894. 

The Literary Inspiration of Imperialism. 135:15^-161 :Aug. 1900. 



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Literature and Democracy. 137:237-245: Aug. 1901. 

A Little Cirl Recollection of Elizabeth B. Broroning. William 

Makepeace Thackeray, and the late Emperor Louis Napoleon. By 

Henriette Corkran. 124: 345-349: March 1895. 

Lord Leightons Sketches. By Mrs. Russell Barrington. 45:180- 

188: Feb. 1897. 

A March Hare. By Charles Stracher. 68:46: July 1898. 

Mr. Meredith In His Poems. By Professor Edward Dowden. 

118:650-660:May 1892. 

Miscellan}) — HoTV One of Mrs. BroTonings Boo^s Was Named. 

124:858-859: June 1895. 

The Mission of Tennyson. By W. S. Lilly. 45:61 7-624 :May 1897. 

Modern Poets and the Meaning of Life. By Frederic, W. H. 

Myers. 120:365-377: March 1893.. 

Moses in Literature. 122:275-278: Feb. 1894. 

The Nev) Era In Letters. By Arthur Waugh. 121 : 1 68- 1 72 : Aug. 

1893. 

The Novels of Peacock. By Herbert Paul. 141 :349-360:Sepl. 

1903. 

Old Memories Interviewed. By Mrs. Andrew Crosse. 119:505- 

515:Oct. 1892. 

The Old Order Changeth. By Julia Wedgwood. 127:721-731: 

Dec. 1896. 

Only The Advertisement. By Esme Stuart. 62: 660-666: Nov. 

1895. 

The Poet Laureateship. 126:97- 108: Jan. 1896. 

Poetic Emotions and Affinities. By B. Brooksbank. 40:166-173: 

Aug. 1884. 

Poetry in the Nineteenth Century. 140:141-160:Feb. 1903. 

The Poetry of Ceorge Meredith. By G. M. Trevelyan. 143:503- 

515:Oct. 1904. 

The Poetry of D. C. Rossetti. By W. Basil Worsfold. 121 :851- 

854:Dec. 1893. 

The Portrait of an American. 142:1 16-124: Jan. 1904. 

The Rat-Catcher of Hamelin. By Gustav Hartwig. 119:759-761 : 

Dec. 1892. 

Recent Poetry by Trench, Kingsley, Burbidge & Clough. 20:166- 

177: June 1850. 

Reminiscences of Thomas Carlyle, Brotvning and Coleridge. By 

Sir C. Gavan Duffy, K. C. M. G. 118:326-331 :March 1892. 

Review of The Ring and the Book Vo. I. By Robert Browning. 

In 4 Vols. 4:2:234-236:Feb. 1869. 

The Ring and the Book- Reviews Selected from The Athenaeum. 

4:5:619-625:May 1869. 

Same. Editorial. 13:400-41 2: April 1871 821.88 Xme. 

The Ring and the Book. By E. J. H. From St. Paul's. 13:4 

(New Series) :400-412:April 1871 

Rome Revisited. By Frederic Harrison. 121 : 19-32 :June 1893. 

Christina Rossetti. By Arthur Christopher Benson. 124:490-496: 

April 1895. 

Mr. Ruskin in Relation to Modern Problems. By E. T. Cook. 

122:486-493: April 1894. 

Shakespere, As a Man. By Leslie Stephen. 137:70-84: July 1901. 

Some More Letters of Mrs. Carlyle. By Augustine Berrell. 141 : 

23 1-237: Aug. 1903. 

The Sonnet. 140:834-836: June 1903. 



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jR. L. Stevenson s Characlerisiics. By J. A. MacCulIoch. 68:193: 

Aug. 1898. 

The Studjf of Character. 123: 76-79: July 1894. 

A Stud^ of Mr. George Meredith. By J. A. Newton Robinson. 

118: 124-1 29: Jan. 1892. 

The Swan Songs of the Poets. By Alexander Small. 120:241- 

243:Feb. 1893. 

Talks With Tennyson. By Wilfred Ward. 127:3 17-328: Sept. 

1896. 

Tennyson. 120:3 1-44: Jan. 1893. 

Alfred Lord Tennyson. By Andrew Lang. 129:810-817:Dec. 

1897. 

Tennyson, As a Nature Poet. By Theodore Watts. 120:837-849: 

June 1893. 

Tennyson, As a Political Thinker. By Rev. Stopford A. Brooke 

in the Contemporary Review. 120: 282 -284: Feb. 1893. 

On Undesirable Information. By E. F. Benson. 62:222-228: Aug. 

1895. 

The Victorian Age of Literature and Its Critics. By D. F. Han- 

nigan. 126:808-81 3: June 1896. 

G. F. Watts. By W. S. MacCall. 143:389-391 :Sept. 1904. 

Where Genius Works. 123:697-701 : Nov. 1894. 

The Women of Lyric Love. By Maxwell Gray. 45:88-96: Jan. 8, 

1897. 

Words That Go to the Bad. 142:129-131 :Jan. 1904. 

Wordsivorth, Tennyson and Browning 1:3:273-284; A Child 

Asleep, Mrs. Browning. Eclectic 1:4:521-522, The Electic Mag 

azine. St. Paul's — Robert Browning's Poems. ] 3 -.3:267-279. The 

Electic Magazine. St. Paul's — The Ring and the Book. 13:4: 

400-412. The Electic Magazine. Robert Browning, Writer of 

Plays. 358-366 821.88 Xme. 
EDDY AND HER VIEWS. MRS. 

By J. I. C. Clarke. Literary Digest 22:730-731 :June 15. 1901. 

Browning. Editorial. 114:186. 

Browning and Alfred Domett. Editorial 144:462-484. 

Browning's Poems. By Wm. Hand Browne. 5:6:71 1-725 :Dec. 

1869. 

Discretion and Publicity. Editorial 133:169. 

The Heroic Couplet. By St. Loe Strachey. 123:448-461 : Oct. 

1894. 

By Rosaline Masson. Littell's Living Age 260:653-663. Cornhill 

Magazine. 
EDINBURGH, ROBERT BROWNING IN 

By Rosaline Masson. Cornhill Magazine 152:590:Feb. 1909 (New 

Series). In Magazine Articles No. 1. 821.88 Xman. 
EDINBURGH REVIEW 

The Agony of the Victorian Age. By Edmund Gosse. 228:276- 

295:Oct. 1918. 

The Anglo-Norman Renaissance. By J. E. G. de Montmorency. 

229: 154- 172: Jan. 1919. 

Mr. Balfour in the Study. By Sidney Low. 216:257-278:Oct. 

1912. 

Ballad Poetry. (A review of Sir Walter Scott's Minstrelsy of 

Scottish Border.) By T. F. Henderson. 197:303-23: April 1903. 

Fanny Burney, Her Diary and Her Days. By Editor. 203:85- 

116:Jan. 1906. 



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Cardinal Newman. By Editor. 21 5:263-290: April 1912. 
Characteristics of Smnhurne's Poetry;. By W. Holman Hunt. 
204:468-487:Oct. 1906. 

Chivalrjf and Civilization. Reference to Ring and the Book- By 
J. E. G. de Montmorency. 222:1 18- 134: July 1915. 
Contemporary Poets and Versifiers. By Editor. 178:479:Oct. 
1893. 

Copyright. By Editor. I91:147:jan. 1900. 
Crabbe, By Editor. 198:30-51 : July 1903. 

Dante in English Literature from Chaucer to Cary. By Editor. 
207:398-420: April 1908. 

Dean Milman. By his son, Arthur Milman. 191 :51l : April 1900. 
Discretion and Publicity. By Editor. 1 89:427: April 1899. 
Discretion and Publicity. Littell's Living Age 221 :807-820. 
An Elizabethan Poet and Modern Poetry. By Walter de La 
Mare. 21 7:372-386: April 1913. 

English Public Life. By Editor. 2l4:196-217:July 1911. 
Franciscan Literature. By Editor. 199: 145- 168: Jan. 1904. 
A French Satirist in England {Mrs. B.) By Edmund Gosse. 219: 
327-346-April 1914. 

The German Stage. By W. Holman Hunt. 204 :447-467 :Oct. 
1906. 

Hardy's Lyrical Poems. By Edmund Gosse. 227: 272-293: April 
1918. 

Robert Herrick. By Editor. 199: 109-27: Jan. 1904. 
History and the National Portrait Gallery. By Editor. 184:218- 
236: July 1896. 

In Memorium After Fifty Years. By Editor. 203:297-318:April 
1906. 

Lamartine and Ehire {Mrs. B.) By W. Holman Hunt. 205:442: 
April 1907. 

The Letters of Horace Walpole. By Editor. 1 99:432-456: April 
1904. 

Letters of Robert Broivning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By 
Editor. 189:420-439: April 1899. 

Life in Poetry and Law in Taste. By Editor. 194:326:Oct. 1901. 
Literary Prospects of the Drama. By Editor. 192:315:Oct. 1900. 
Lucretius and His Times. By Editor. 203: 137- 160: Jan. 1906. 
Mr. Meredith's Novels. By Editor. 181 :33-58: Jan. 1895. 
Modern Developments in Ballad. By Editor. 21 3: 153-1 78: Jan. 
1911. 

Modern English by Hall. By Editor. 140:5: 74-86: July 1874. 
Of the Browning Mss. By Frederic G. Kenyon. LittelKs Living 
Age 278:733-738:Aug. 1913. 

Old Eton and Modern Public Schools. By Editor. 185:355-381 : 
April 1897. 

The Pleiade and the Elizabethans. By W. Holman Hunt. 205: 
353-397: April 1907. 

Poems and Ballads of Swinburne. By Editor. 171:5:429-452: 
April 1890. 

Poetry in the Nineteenth Century. By Editor. 196:436-463 :Oct. 
1902. 

Poetry in the Nineteenth Century. By Sir M. E. Grant Duff. Lit- 
tell's Living Age 235:705-724. 

Pre-Raphaelitism. By W. Holman Hunt. 203 :450-470 : April 
1906. 



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72 July 1886. 

Religion in Literature. By Editor. 207: 178-202: J an. 1908. 
Reminiscences of Wm. Macread^. By Editor. 141 :216-232:Jan. 
1875. 

Revien* of English Prosod}^ from 12th Century to Present Da\f. 
By George Saintsbury. 213:1-31 :Jan. 1911. 

The Ring and the Bool^. By Robert Browning, M. A. 4 VoU. 
London 1869. 83-94: July 1869. 821.88 Xma. Vol. 8. 
The Scandinavian Novel. By Editor. 194:463:Oct. 1901. 
Same. Littell's Living Age 232:1-19. 

Some Recent Verse. By Editor. 210:378-399:Oct. 1909. 
Same. Littell's Living Age 264:195-209. 
Soliloquy). By Editor. 209: Nov. 1913 (New Series 647). 
Some Soldier Poets. By Edmund Gosse. 226:296-31 6 :Oct. 1917. 
Smnhurne. By Arthur Quiller-Couch. 225: 249-268: April 1917. 
Mr. Sivineburue's Ly^rics. By Editor. 171 :429- 452: April 1890. 
Tennyson and Browning. By Editor. 1 72:301 -31 6 :Oct. 1890. 
Theatrical Landmarks. By T. H. S. Escott. 227:85-96: Jan. 1918 
Thinkers and Ironists. By Editor. 21 0:426-446 :Oct. 1909. 
Unfinished Draft of A Poem Which May Be Entitled Aeschylus 
Unimaginary Love Letters. By Editor. 193:527: April 1901. 
Burne-Jones, His Ethics and Art. By Editor. 189:24-47: Jan. 
1899. 

Mr. Stopford Brooke on Tennyson. By Editor. 181:485-513: 
April 1895. 

Victor Cousin. By Editor. 172: 484 -490: Oct. 1890. 
Life of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen. By Editor. 182:418-439 
Oct. 1895. ^^1 

Love Letters. By V. L. Wentz. 132:736. ^| 

A^eiy Ruskin. Letters to M. G. and H. G. By John Ruskin. 'tl 
141:218-221:Aug. 1903. 

Odes and Epodes of Horace. By Editor. 190:1 19-1 46: July 1899. 
Poems of Browning. Editorial. 18:453. 

The Poetry of Mr. Stephen Phillips. By Editor. 191 :5 1-75: Jan. 
1900. 

Poetry in the Nineteenth Century. By Editor. 196:453-463: Oct. 
1902. 

The Ring and the Book. By E. J. H. 73:400-412. 
Ruhenstein. By Rev. H. R. Haweis. 124:229-235:Feb. 1895.. 
Alfred Lord Tennyson: A Memoir. By Editor. 186:275-306: 
Oct. 1897. 

John Creenleaf Whittier. By Mary Negreponte. 120:377-380: 
March 1893. 

Wordsworth and Tennyson. Editorial. 64:273-415. 
Swinburne. By Quiller-Couch. 225:249-268: April 1917. 
Richard Wagners Prose Works. By Editor. 189:96-1 18:Jan. 
1899. 

The Works of John Ruskin. By Editor. 167: 198-234: Jan. 1888. 
War Poetry in France. Reference to Sonnets from the Portu- 
guese. By Edmund Gosse. 222:78-97: July 1915. 
Watsons Poems. By Editor. 198:489-51 2 :Oct. 1903. 
The Wessex Drama. By Editor. 215:93-1 12:Jan. 1912. 
Works of Thackeray. By Editor. 137:4:95-121 :Jan. 1873. 
The World's Most Wonderful Love Story. 190:734: June 1899. 



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EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY AND WOMEN 

David Masson on Tennyson. Poet Lore 4:12:635-637. 
EDUCATION AND INSTRUCTION 

By Lord Coleridge. Eclectic Magazine 122:157-163:Feb. 1894. 
EDUCATION, FINE ARTS IN 

By H. J. C. Baylor Literary 14:7-13 :May-June 1904. 
EDUCATION MAGAZINE 

Book Notices : Heroes and Creai-hearts and Their Animal Friends. 

By John T. Dale. 33 :121-128:Oct. 1912. 

Book Notices: Masters of English Literature. By Edwin Watts 

Chubb. 35:537-542:Sept 1914-June 1915. 

Book Notices: Select Poems of Robert Browning. By A. J. 

George. 26:309-31 4 :Sept. 1905-June 1906. 

Differentiation of English Classes in High Schools. By M. Cath- 
erine Mahy. 36:575-580:Sept. 1915-June 1916. 

Editorial. 37:390:Sept. 1916-June 1917. 

The Growth of Our Moral Ideal. By Arthur Deerin Call. 32: 

546-559:May 1912. 

Public Speaking and Dramatics in High Schools. By J. Milnor 

Dorey. 34:3l-38:Sept. 1913-June 1914. 

Social Hmene. By F. M. Gregg. 33: 100- 104: Sept. 1912-June 

1913. 

Stratford on Avon. By Mabel E. Sturtevant. 33:488-491 :April 

1913. 

Book Notices: Select Poems of Robert Browning. By Percival 

Chubb. 36:9:626:May 1916. 

EDUCATIONAL FIASCO. THE 

By K. D. Cotes. Fortnightly Review 85:878:May 1, 1906. 
EDUCATIONAL REVIEW 

The Peculiar Obligation of the Public High School. By George 

H. Martin. 43:461-471 :May 1912. 

Uniform Entrance Examinations in English. By Francis Stoddard. 

30:382:Nov. 1905. 
E. D. W. 

(Miss Elizabeth D. West. Later Mrs. Edward Dowden.) Verses. 

(Dublin, E. Ponsonby 1876) 1:12-13; 11:20. Autographed pres- 
entation copy. 821.88Wlllv. (See under West.) 
EDWARDS. LOUISE BETTS 

The Pied Piper, An Autumn Song by Louise Betts Edwards. 

New England Magazine New Series 19:608: Jan. 1899 (type- 
written) . 
EDWARDS. M. B. 

Madame Bodichan: A Reminiscence. Fortnightly Review 57:218: 

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EIGHTEEN YEARS IN THE CENTRAL CITY SWARM 

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Robert Browning's Poems. Eclectic Magazine March 1871. New 

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The Ring and the Book. Eclectic Magazine 73:400-41 2: April 

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Mrs. Brorvning's Sonnets from the Portuguese. Dial 49:532:Dec. 

16, 1910. 
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ELIOT. DR. 

Dr. Eliot's Five Feet of Doo^s. Literary Digest 39:57-8:July 10, 

1909. 

Same. Current Opinion 47: 158- 159: April 1909. 
ELIOT. GREGORY 

Clarrisse's. Scribner's Magazine 53 :463-465 : April 1913. 
ELIOTT. G. R. 

Epilogue to Asolando. Current Literature 33: 197: Aug. 1902. 

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Same. (36 pages.) 821.88 Les. 
ELLIS, HAVELOCK 

Genius and Stature. Nineteenth Century 42:87 -95: July 1897. 
ELLSWORTH, WILLIAM W. 

Colleges Blamed for Our Lacl^ of Authors. Literary Digest 53: 

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ELMAN, MISCHA 

See Music. 
ELOQUENCE, POETRY AND 

By John Burroughs. Chautauquan 15:63-65:April 1892. 
EMERSON, AND BROWNING, RUSKIN. CARLYLE 

Four Great Teachers, By Joseph Forster. Be F733. 
EMERSON AND OTHER ESSAYS 

By John Jay Chapman. Robert Browning 185-213 814 C466e. 
EMERSON AS A RELIGIOUS INFLUENCE 

By George A. Gordon. Atlantic Monthly 91 :577-87:May 1903. 
EMERSON AS AN EXPONENT OF THE BEAUTIFUL IN 

POETRY 

By Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 5:6&7:353-63. 
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Broroning Number 2^-3 '.]an. 1912. 

Robert BroTvning's Birthday (Poem). Read at the Boston Brown- 
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Browning s Poem Set to Music. By Clara Kathleen Rogers. 20:3: 

134 .Jan. 1912. 

Brownings Saul. By Gertrude Chamberlin. 20:3:124-131 :Jan. 

1912. 

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Epilogue, Robert Browning. 20:3:170:Jan. 1912. 

Extracts from the Poetry of Robert Broivning. By Wm. G. Ward. 

20:3: 136- 142: Jan. 1912. 

A Letter from Robert Browning to William Macread^. 20:3: 

131-132:Jan. 1912. 

The Poetry of Robert Brontning. By William G. Ward. 136-142: 

Jan. 1912. 

Prospice. By Robert Browning. 20:3:161-162. Jan. 1912. 

The Study of Browning at Emerson College. 20:3: 135: Jan. 1912. 

Suggested Programs. Arranged by Miss Gertrude Chamberlin. 20: 

3: 132- 134: Jan. 1912. 

Suggestions Regarding Bool^s on Browning. By Marie Ada M« 

lineux. 20:3: 142- 144: Jan. 1912. 

EMERSON. FRIEND OF. A 

By Anlonia C. De P. P. Maury. Poet Lore 26:3:357-67. 
EMERSON. POET AND THINKER 

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EMERSON, RALPH WALDO— AN ETHICAL STUDY 

By Henry Norman. Fortnightly Review. LittelFs Living Age 158: 

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EMERSON. THE POEMS OF 

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Aug. 1904. 
EMILY. LADY TENNYSON 

By Annie Fields. Littell's Living Age 21 1 :765-766. 
E. M. K. _ ^'i^;'W^f^ 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. The Magazine of Poetry 161-165: 

April 1893. 
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ENGLAND OF ENGLISH POETS. THE 

(Times.) Littell's Living Age 285:677-681. 
ENGLAND. THE MONTH IN 

By Andrew Lang. Cosmopolitan Magazine 19:112:May 1895. 

By Israel Zangwill. Cosmopolitan Magazine 23:99:May 1897. 

ENGLISCHE DICHTER 

Von Rudolf Kassner. Robert Browning 155-187. Im Insel-Verlag 
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ENGLISCHE STUDIEN 

Robert Louis Stevenson: Essayist, Novelist and Poet. By H. B. 
Boildon. Littell's Living Age 221 :671-688. 

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN APPRECIATION OF BROWNING 
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ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH. POPULAR BALLADS 

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ENGLISH BIBLE AND ENGLISH WRITERS. THE 

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ENGLISH IN OUR COLLEGES 

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ENGLISH JOURNAL 

A Creative Approach to the Siud\) of Literature. By Frank W. 

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By Frederick Harrison. Forum 16:703-704:Feb. 1894. 
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A Criticism. By Dr. Brinton. Poet Lore 1:12:368. 

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F. H. W. 

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12:646-48. 
FICKLEN. BESSIE A. 

Dream Poetry. Scribner's Magazine 9:636-643:May 1891. 
FICTION AND ROMANCE 

By A. C. Benson. Contemporary Review 100:2:792-805:Dec. 

1911. 
FICTION IN THE PULPIT 

By Agnes Repplier. Atlantic Monthly 64:527-536:Oct. 1889. 
FIELD. LOUISE MAUNSELL 

The Motherless Heroine. Poet Lore 17:4:99-101. 
FIELD. MICHAEL 

The Burial of Robert Browning. Homage to Robert Browning. 

Aleph Tanner 125-126 821.88 Xht. 

Burial of Robert Browning. (Poem from London Spectator.) 

In Memoriam: Robert Browning. Academy 920:405:Dec. 21, 

1889 821.88 Xman. 

Same. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 121 821.88 

Xht. 
FIELDS, ANNIE 

Emily, Lady Tennyson. Littell's Living Age 21 1 :765-766. 
FIELDS, JAMES T. 

Barry Cornwall and Some of His Friends. Harper's Magazine 

51:777-779:1875. 
FIELDS, MRS. 

Third Shelf of Old Books. Scribner's Magazine l6:354:Sepl. 

1894. 
FIFINE AT FAIR AND OTHER POEMS 

Reviewed Canadian Monthly and National Review. 2:3:285-287: 

Sept. 1872. 
FIFINE AT THE FAIR 

By Robert Browning. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 15 Waterloo 

Place, 1872. (The Right of Translation is reserved.) First edi- 
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An Analysis and Summary. By Rev. John Sharpe. London 

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Robert BroTt>nmg. Edited by Austin Harrison. The English Re- 
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FINE ARTS 

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FINE ARTS IN EDUCATION 

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FINE PASSAGES IN VERSE AND PROSE; SELECTED BY LIV- 
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Fortnightly Review 48:297: Aug. 1887; 48:444-445: Sept. 1887; 

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FIREFLIES 

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C. K. ChcMerion. Forum 48:601 :Nov. 1912. 

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May 1914. 

The Paradoxical Ethics of Drowj^ing. Poet Lore 23:5:348-59. 

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FIRST BOOKS OF SOME ENGLISH AUTHORS, THE ^1 

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FIRST LOVE IN POETRY 

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FIRTH. C. H. 

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Journal 3 1:345: July 1906. 

FITZGERALD AFFAIR, THE 

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FITZGERALD AND BROWNING 

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FITZGERALD AND OMAR KHAYYAM, THE REAL FACTS IN 
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FITZGERALD. BROWNING'S POEM TO E. 
N. & N. Poet Lore 1 :9:447-448. 

FITZGERALD. EDWARD. LETTERS AND LITERARY RE- 
MAINS OF 
By Wm. Aldls Wright. Athenaeum 3220:56-57 July 13, 1889. 

FITZGERALD, E.. LINES TO 

Athenaeum 3220:64 July 13, 1889. 

FITZGERALD. PERCY 

Glimpses of Thomas Carlxfle. Contemporary Revievr. Littell's Liv- 
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FITZGERALD. TO EDWARD 

By Robert Browning. Poet Lore 1 :8:400. 

FITZGERALD. WILLIAM G. 

The Finance of Liierar}) Shrines. Munsey's Magazine 37:723-743: 
Sept. 1907. 

FITZGERALD'S NEW LETTERS 

Editorial. Independent 54:752-753 :March 27. 1902. 

FIVE SERMONS 

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FLETCHER. JOHN GOULD 

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FLEW. JOSIAH 

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FLORENCE, ROBERT BROWNING IN 

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The Poet, His Mission and Message... Arena 38: 166- 169: Aug. 

1907. 

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Prospice Browning's Challenge to Death. Twentieth Century 2: 

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Rabbi Ben Ezra. Arena 40:334-341 :Oct. 1908. 

Revolution in Religious Thought During the Nineteenth Century. 

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FLOWER SONGS IN FRA LIPPO 

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A Study Programme. By Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. 
Poet Lore 12:1:105-113. 

FOOTPATHS 

By Thomas Wentworlh Higginson. Atlantic Monthly 26:513-521 : 
Nov. 1870. 

FORBES. J. WINCHILL 
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FORD. HARRIET 

Andrea Del Sarto: A Painter's Poem. Poet Lore 4:3:144-48. 
Browning Right About the Riccardi Palace. Poet Lore 3:12:648- 

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FORD. JULIA ELLSWORTH 

A. E. The Neo-Celtic Myfstic. Poet Lore 16:4:82-86. 
FORD. S. GERTRUDE 

The Australian Muae. Contemporary Review 103: 395 -403: March 

1913. 
FORD'S LITERARY CIRCLES (MISS) (Nashville, Tenn.) 

By Mrs. P. H. Manlove. Poet Lore 11 :6:331-32. 
FOREIGN LITERARY NOTES 

Eclectic Magazine 121 :839-860:Dec. 1893; 122:424:March 1894; 

123:71 1-713 :Nov. 1894. 

Editorial. Eclectic Magazine 45:71 2: May 1897. 

Christina Rossetti. Eclectic Magazine 124:279-83:1895. 
FOREIGN NOVELS 

Athenaeum 3508:80-81 : Jan. 19, 1895. 
FORERUNNERS. THE 

By Vida D. Scudder. Atlantic Monthly 108:23 1-242: July 1911. 
FOREST CHAPEL, THE 

By Maxwell Gray. Robert Browning's Death 70-74 821.88. 
FOREST THOUGHTS 

By Robert Browning. Current Literature 29:21 9: Aug. 1905. 
FORETALK 

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FOR LOVE'S SAKE ONLY 

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Mountain-Birth. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 54 

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FORMAN. ALFRED (AND OTHERS) 

Browningiana. Athenaeum 3607:838:Dec. 12. 1896. 
FORMAN. EMILY SHAW 

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Some Sane Words about Browning. American Magazine 8:5: 

536-541 :Sept. 1888. 
FORMAN. H. BUXTON 

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FORM AS SHOWN IN BROWNING, THE NEW POETIC 

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FORM. BROWNING'S 

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Lore 2:5:280; Poet Lore 2:9:480-496. 

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FORMATIVE INFLUENCES 

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Walitr Savage Landor. See Index under Browning B1261f. 

Life of Charles Dickens 1 1 :406. Opinion of A Blot in the 'Scutch' 

eon. Bd 548f. 
FORSTER, JOSEPH 

Four Great Teachers, TRus^i'n, Carl^le, Emerson, Browning, 103- 

140 Be F733. 
FORSTER'S LIFE OF STRAFFORD 

Is It Forsters or Browning's? By W. G. Kingsland. Poet Lore 

6:2:555-59. 
FOR THE CENTENARY OF ROBERT BROWNING 

By Alfred Noyes. Fortnightly Review 97:81 1-81 2 :May 19f2. 

Same. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 23-24 821.88 

Xht. 

FORTNIGHTLY REVIEW 

Alfred de Vign}) on Genius and Woman. By M. A. Gerothwahl. 
99:103:Jan. 1913. 

Balaustions Adventure. By Sidney Colvin. 58 New Style or 95 
Old Style :478.490:Oct. 1, 1871. 

Charles De Bernard. By George Saintsbury. 29:924: June 1878. 
Books and Critics. By Mark Pattison. 28: 659-679: Nov. 1877. 
Books of the Month. Contains reference to Book transcribed by 
Browning. 28:730:Nov. 1877. 

Mr. Browning in a Passion. By Robert Yelverton Tyrrell. 52: 
271-273. 

Rupert Brooke. By S. P. B. Mais. 104:352-362: Aug. 1915. 
Stopford Augustus Brooke. By Eleanor Hull. 106: 449-450: Sept. 
1916. 

Browning and Wordsworth. By Harry Christopher Minchin. 97: 
813-24:May 1, 1912. 

Same. Liltell's Living Age 274:104-1 12 :July 1912. 
Robert Browning, Writer of Pla^s. By W. L. Courtney. 888- 
900: June 1, 1883 821.88 Xman. 

Same. Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature (New Series) 38: 
3:358-366:Sept. 1883. 

Browning's Place in Literature. By Emily Shaw Forman. 58:560- 
564:Oct. 1. 1871. 

Thomas Campbell. By Arthur Symons. 82:421 : Sept. 1904. 
The Catholic View in Modern Fiction. By May Bateman. 105: 
535:1916. 

A Challenge to Socialism. By John Beattie Clozier. 90:96: July 
1908. 

Collected Pla^s of Oscar Wilde. By St. John Hankin. 89: 
796-797:May 1908. 

A Comparison of Elizabethan with Victorian Poetry. By J. A. 
Symonds. Littell's Living Age 180: 195-209: Jan. 1889. 
Death and Pit}). By Ouida. 57:550-552: April 1892. 
Debt of English to Italian Literature. By J. A. Symonds. (Lil- 
tell's Living Age.) 125:131-138. 

The Difficulties of Revolution. By Robert Jay. 84:1 056 :Dec. 
1905. 

Dora Greenwell, Her Poems. By D. G. McChesney. 86:262: 
Aug. 1906. 

The Early Victorians and Ourselves. By G. S. Street. 86:878: 
Nov. 1906. 
Same. By G. S. Street. Littell's Living Age 251:617-624. 



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The Educational Fiasco, By K. D. Cotes. 85 : 878 : April 1906. 
Edii>ard Bulwer-Lytton. By Edmund Gosse. Littell's Living Age 
280:3-I3:Jan. 1914. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson: An Ethical Stud^. By Henry Norman. 
(Littell's Living Age) 1 58:771 -777:Sept. 1883. 
English and French Attitude Tor»ard Poetryf. By M. A. Gerolh- 
wohl. 97:953 :May 1912. 

Fine Passages in Verse and Prose. Selected by Living Men of 
Letters. 48:297:Aug. 1887; 48: 444-445: Sept. 1887; 48:585- 
588:Oct. 1887; 48: 729: Nov. 1887. 

First Love in Poetry. By C. J. Norris. 84:264.267,269: July 1905. 
For the Centenary) of Robert Brojvning. By Alfred Noyes. 97: 
811-12:May 1912. 

Heav}) Fathers. By Rowland Grey. (Littell's Living Age) 262: 
473-480: Aug. 1909. 

The Influence of Italy on the Poetry of the BroJvnings. By Ethel 
de Fonblanque (Mrs. Arthur Harter). 92:327-344: Aug. 1909. 
An Inspired Little Creature and the Poet Wordsworth. By Rosa- 
line Masson. (Littell's Living Age) 267:790-801 :Dec. 1910. 
Intellect and the Actor. By S. R. Littlewood. 100:111,113,116: 
July 1913. 

Edward Burne- Jones. By William Knight. 86:680:Oct. 1906. 
Jose Maria De Heredia. By Thomas Seccombe and Louise Bran- 
din. 84:1082:Dec. 1905. 

The Kiss Poetical. By Norman Pearson. 82:293-295:301.303: 
Aug. 1904. 

Last Words of Shelly. By Edward Dowden. 48:462 :Oct. 1887. 
Ciacoma Leopardi — Poet Philosopher. By W. K. Johnson. 10: 
21: July 1898. 

The Literary Associations of The American Embassy. By F. S. 
A. Lowndes. 83: 1040: June 1905. 

A Literary Cham and His Court. By H. S. Escott. 100:904: 
Nov. 1913. 

Literary Courtships. By Eleanor A. Towle. (Littell's Living Age) 
223:220-231 :Oct. 1819. 

Edward Bulwer Lytton. By Edmund Gosse. 100:1043 :Dec. 1913. 
Madame Bodichan: A Reminiscence. By M. B. Edwards. 57: 
218:Feb. 1892. 

Ceorge Meredith: Some Recollections. By Edward Clodd. 92:25: 
July 1909. 

Mr. Meredith in His Poems. By Edward Dowden. 57:338-339: 
March 1892. 

Same. (Littell's Living Age) 193: 495 -505: May 1892. 
The Mission of Tennyson. By W. S. Lilly. 67:239:Feb. 1897. 
Same. (Littell's Living Age) 213:227-234:April 1897. 
Notes on The History and Character of the Jews. By Laurie 
Magnus. 85: 148: Jan. 1906. 

Obiter Scripta. By F. Harrison. 109:9:Jan. 1918; 109:178:Feb. 
1918. 

The Paths of Glory. By Joesph Jacobs. 73:68: Jan. 1900. 
The Peasant in British Poetry. By G. Douglas. 110:562:Oct. 
1918. 

Stephen Phillips. By Arthur Waugh. 105:92: Jan. 1916. 
A Plea for the British Composer. By A. E. Keeton. 89:244: 
Feb. 1908. 



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The Poemi of Edmund Comc. By A, Noyes. 98:297-301 : Aug. 
1912. 

The Popular Reprint in England. By J. MUne. 102:351 -352: Aug. 
1914. 

The Prose Worlds of IVordsworth. By Edward Dowden. (Lil- 
tcll's Uving Age) 128:195-208:Jan. 1876. 

The Queens Diamond Jubilee. By H. D. Traill. 67:827-828: 
June 1897. 

Realistic Drama. B^ W. L. Courtney. (LitleH's Living Age) 278: 
775-786:Sepi. 1913. 

Reality) in Poetry^. By Lawrence Housman. 96:1 1 18-1 121 :Nov. 
1911. 

Same. (Littell's Living Age) 272:204-21 4 :Jan. 1912. 
Recent English Poetry. By M. D. Armstrong. 101 : 499: March 
1914. 

The School of Ciorgione. By W. H. Paler. 28:531 :Oct. 1877 
The Secret of Marceline Deshordes-Valmore. By Francis Gritfile. 
97:1071-1083:June 1912. 

A Sequence of Sonnets on the Death of Robert Broi»ning. By 
Algernon C. Swinburne. (Littell's Living Age) 184:447-448: Feb. 
1890. 

The Sonnets of M. De Heredia. By J. C. Bailey. 70:383 :Sept. 
1898. 

The Succession of Mr. Meredith. By Laurie Magnus. 88:935: 
Dec. 1907. 

Swinburne. By Edmund Gosse. 91 : 1037: June 1909. 
Swinburne: Personal Recollectoins. By Edmund Gosse. (Lit- 
tell's Living Age) 262:3-17:July 1909. 

Tennyson: A Reconsideration and Appreciation. By Henry "W. 
Clark. 92:226: Aug. 1909. 

Three American Poets of Today. By May Sinclair. 86:437: 
Sept. 1906. 

Victorian Literature. By Edward Dowden. (Littell's Living Age) 
174:101-1 11:July 1910. 

Alfred de Vigny and Some Other English Poets on Nature. By 
M. A. Gerothwohl. 99:690:April 1, 1913. 

Professor William Wallace. By J. H. Muirhead. 67:694-695: 
May 1897. 

George Frederick Waits. By William Knight. 82:440-441.449: 
Sept. 1904. 

John Creenleaf Whittier. By Francis Gribble. 89: 142: June 1908. 
..Words, Words, Words. By R. Y. Tyrrell. 85:1137:June 1906. 

FORTUNE AND MEN'S EYES 

Editorial. Independent 53:960: April 1901. 

FORUM 

The Border Land of Morals. By C. A. Bartol. 6:194:Oct. 1888. 

The Byron Revival. By W. P. Trent. 26:245-254:Oct. 1898. 

A Cemiry of American Poetry. By Oscar Lovell Triggs. 30: 

639: Jan. 1901. 

Chaucer. By Ferris Greenslet. 30:383 :Nov. 1900. 

G. K. Chesterton. By O. W. Firkins. 48:601 : Nov. 1912. 

The Dark in Literature. By Richard Burton. 30: 754-757: Feb. 

1901. 

The Dominent Theme in Poetry. By Jessie B. Rittenhouse. 56: 

342-49:Sept. 1916. 

The Drama. By Clayton Hamilton. 39:234-35,377-80:Oct. 1907. 



BROWNINGIANA 143 

An English Estimate of Lo'ucll By F. H. Farrar. 12:141-152: 

Oct. 1891. 

English Literature of the Victorian Age. By Frederick Harriwn. 

16:704.708:Feb. 1894. 

Esoteric Broitfningism. By Andrew Lang. 6:300-310:Nov. 1888. 

The Essa}f as Mood and Form. By Richard Burton. 32:125: 

Sept. 1901. 

A Few French Books of Toda\f. By W. P. Trent. 38:21 1:Oct. 

1906. 

Formative Influences. By F. H. Farrar. 10:378:Dec. 1890. 

The Future of Poetry. By Charles Leonard Moore. 14:768-777: 

Feb. 1893. 

Have We Still Need of Poetry? By Calvin Thomas. 25:503- 

512: July 1898. 

Is Verse in Danger? By Edmund Gosse. 10:517:Jan. 1891. 

Literary Criticism. By F. W. Farrar. 9:286:May 1890. 

Literature. By Frank Jewett Mather, Jr. 34:226:Oct. 1902; 34: 

89: July 1902. 

Same. By Brander Matthews. 40:499 :Nov. 1908. 

Literature in the Market Place. By Geo. E. Woodberry. 2:654: 

Aug. 1891. 

Literature — Recent Biography. By Herbert W. Horwill. 35:73: 

July 1903; 36:555:Jan. 1905. 

Literature: The Art of Letter Writing. By Herbert W. Horwill. 

36:84 :Jan. 1905. 

Lyrical Poetry of the Neiv Laureate. By William S'anley Braith- 

waite. 50:888:Dec. 1913. 

The Lyric Year. By Charles Vale. 49:97: Jan. 1913. 

Maying a Name in Literature. By Edmund Gosse. 8:196:Oct. 

1889. 

Mr. McCarthys Reminiscences. By W. P. Trent. 28:376-379: 

Nov. 1899. 

The Mission of Literature. By Theodore W. Hunt. 24:510:Jan. 

1898. 

Modern Social Religion. By Horace Holley. 55:570:April 1916. 

A New Book on Matthew Arnold. By W. P. Trent. 34:313: 

Oct. 1902. 

New Light on Carlyle. By William Lyon Phelps. 41:594: June 

1908. 

Ode for the Centenary of the Birth of Robert Browning. By 

George Sterling. 49:97-99:Jan. 1913. 

Old Material and New Plays. By Clayton Hamilton. 41:446: 

May 1909. 

Mr. Stephen Phillips Play. By W. P. Trent. 29:1 16-1 17:March 

1900. 

The Philosophy of Feminism. By George Burman Foster. 52:11: 

July 1914. 

Poe Fifty Years After. By Edwin W. Bowen. 31 :503:June 1901. 

Poetry and the Practical Man. By Harry L. Baker. 42:228-34: 

Sept. 1909. 

The Poetry of Rudyard Kipling. By J. DeLancy Ferguson. 50: 

397:Sept. 1913. 

The Poetry of the Earl of Lytton. By George Saintsbury. 22: 

478:Dec. 1896. 

Recent Tribute to Longfellow. By W. P. Trent. 38:557: April 

1907. 



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Relation of Drama to Literature. B^ Brander MatiheUfs. 24:635, 

638,639: Jan. 1898. 

Social Verse. By Algernon Charles Swinburne. 12:170-171 :Ocl. 

1891. 

Special Article. By Elmer James Bailey. 40:245-254: Aug. 1908. 

Special Article. By Brian Hooker. 39:423: Jan. 1908. 

Special Verse. By Algernon Charles Swinburne. 43: 130-42: Feb. 

1910. 

Three American Poets. By Richard Le Gallienne. 45:84: Jan. 

1911. 

Count Leo Tolstoi. By F. W. Farrar. 6:110:Oct. 1888. 

Mark Tv>ain as an Orator. By Charles Vale. 44:4: July 1910. 

Tvfo Estimates of Browning Based on Works of Chesterton and 

Brooke. By W. P. Trent. 35:294-304:Oct. 1903. 

T\)pes of Recent Biography. By William T. Brewster. 38:102: 

July 1906. 
FOSS. S. WALTER 

A Neiv England Poet of the Common Life. Arena 38:159-161: 

Aug. 1908. 
FOSTER. A. AUSTIN 

The Message of Robert Bron>ning. Hodder & Stoughton. 821.88 

Rfm. 
FOSTER. GEORGE BURMAN 

The Philosophy of Feminism. Forum 52:11 :July 1914. 
FOSTER. NANCY K. 

A Word for Rossetti. Poet Lore 21:4:322-29. 
FOTHERINGHAM. JAMES 

Studies of the Mind and Art of Robert Browning. Horace Mar- 
shall & Son, London, England, 1900 821.88 Dfs. 
FOUBLANQUE, ETHEL DE - 

The Influence of Italy on the Poetry of Browning. Fortnightly 

Review 92:327-345: Aug. 2. 1909. 
FOUR BOOKS ON ENGLISH LITERATURE 

By Editor. Outlook 71:1070:Aug. 30. 1902. 
FOUR GREAT TEACHERS 

Ruskin, Carlyle, Emerson and Browning. By Joseph Forster. Be 

F733. 
FOWLE, T. W. 

Morality and Immorality. Two in the Campagna. Contemporary 

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GILBERT. JOSIAH 

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GILDERSLEEVE. B. L. 

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Browning's Song From Pippa Passes. (In American Primary 
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GILFILLAN. GEORGE 

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GINGERICK, SOLOMON F. 

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GIVE A ROUSE 

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GLADDEN. WASHINGTON 

Poetic Outlook. Century 31 :316-3l8:Dec. 1885. 
GLADNESS AND GROWTH. SONGS OF 

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GLADSTONE AND DISRAELI, STORY OF 

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GLADSTONE-BROWNING CONTROVERSY, THE 

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246:626-630:Sept. 2, 1905. 
GLADSTONE'S LIBRARY AT ST. DEINIOL'S HA WARDEN 

By Mary Drew. Nineteenth Century 59 :944-954 : June 1906. 
GLANCE AT SOME OF STEDMAN'S WORK. A 

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GLAZEBROOK. MRS. M. G. 

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GLIMPSE OF FROUDE AT HOME, A 

By Mrs. Alexander Ireland. Literary Digest 10:490:Feb. 23. 1895. 
GLIMPSES OF THOMAS CARLYLE 

By Percy Fitzgerald. Contemporary Review. Littell's Living Age 

278:216-223. 
GLORIOUS ROBERT BROWNING 

By Emily Hickey. Nineteenth Century. Littell's Living Age 271 : 

270-283. 
GLOVE, THE 

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GOEWEY, MRS. JAMES M. 

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GOOD CHEER 

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GOOD TASTE 

By Augustine Birrel. Scribner's Magazine 17:120:Jan. 1895. 
GOOD TO FORGIVE 

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Browning as a Religious Teacher. By R. H. Hutton. Littell't 

Living Age 1 84:2385:660-665: March 15. 1890. 

A Memorable Art Class. By Thomas Sulman. Littell's Living 

Age 214:889-893. 

Victorian Literature. By Andrew Lang. Littell's Living Age 212: 

753-758. 
GOODELL. THOMAS DWIGHT 

Shall We Still Read Creek Tragedy? Atlantic Monthly 81:474- 

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GOODRICH-FREER. G. 

Robert Bror»ning, the Musician. Nineteenth Century. Littell's Liv- 
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GORDON. GEORGE A. 

Emerson as a Religious Influence. Atlantic Monthly 91 : 577-87: 

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GOSPEL OF WORK. THE 

The Erudite. 140: July 1902. 
GOSSE, EDMUND 

The Agony of the Victorian Age 

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By Philip James Bailey. Eclectic Magazine 140:218-231 :Feb. 

1903. 

Robert Brorvning. Critic 890:3 15:20: Jan. 11. 1890. See Maga- 
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Robert BroVfning; In Memoriam. New Review. Littell's Living 

Age 184:372 375 :Feb. 8. 1890. 

Robert Broivning Personalia. (First Edition.) Two Copies. T. 

Fisher Unwin. 26 Paternoster Square, London, England, 1890. 

821.88 Dpg. 

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Cambridge, 1895. 821.88 Dpg. 

Same. Independent 42:461: April 3. 1890. 

Same. (Reviewed.) Nassau Literary Magazine 46:2: 133: June 

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A Forgotten Rival of Tennyson and Broivning. Literary Digest 

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A French Satirist in England. Edinburgh Review 219:327-346: 

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Hardy s Lyrical Poems. Edinburgh Review 227 :272-293 : April 

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How One of Mrs. Droivning's Boolfs Was Named. Literary Digest 

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Influence of Democracy on Literature. Contemporary Review 59: 

523-36:April 1891. 

The Influence of Victor Hugo. Cosmopolitan Magazine 32:633: 

April 1902. 

Is Verse in Danger.^ Forum 10:51 7 :Jan. 1891. 

King Eri}(. A Tragedy. With an Introductory Essay by Theodore 

Watts. Dedicated to Robert Browning, containing poem To Robert 

Bron>ning. 821.8 G678. 

To Robert Broivning. Homage to Robert Broi»ning, Aleph Tan- 
ner 60 821.88 Xht. 

Life of Browning in Dictionary of National Biography. Supple- 
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Lord De Tabley, A Portrait. Contemporary Review. Littell's Liv- 
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Edward Bulwer-Lylton. Fortnightly Review 1 00: 1033-1 046 :Dec. 

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Same. Littell's Living Age 280:3-13. 

Making a Name in Literature. Forum 8:196:Oct. 1889. 

New Editions of Tennyson and Browning. Sketch 8:101 :437:Jan. 

2. 1895 821.88. 

On Taste in Poetry and the Fate of M. Sully Prudhomme. Con- 
temporary Review 92:l-6:Dec. 1907:Literary Supplement No. 3. 

Personal Notes by. Athenaeum 3268: 767-769: June 14. 1890. 

The Revival of Poetic Drama. Atlantic Monthly 90: 156-66: July 

1902. 

SmarCs Song to David. Independent 39:2:935-6: July 28. 1887. 

Some Soldier Poets. Edinburgh Review 226:296-31 6 :Oct. 1917. 

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Swinburne: Personal Recollections. Fortnightly Review. Littell's 

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Mr. Swinburne's Posthumous Poems. Contemporary Review 112: 

106- 107: July 1917:Literary Supplement. 

Temple Library — Poetical Worlds of Thomas Lowell Beddoes. 

Athenaeum 3296:879-881 : Dec. 27. 1890. 

Ten Years of English Literature. Literary Digest 15:52 1-522: Aug. 

28. 1897. 

Tennyson I. Littell's Living Age 195:707-718. 

War Poetry in France. Reference to Sonnets from the Portuguese. 

Edinburgh Review 222: 78-97: July 1915. 

Lord De Tabley. Contemporary Review 69 :84-99 : Jan. 1896. 
GOSSE. THE POEMS OF EDMUND 

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GOSSIP. LITERARY 

Athenaeum 3091 : 130- 131 :Jan. 22. 1887; 3121 :245-246: Aug. 20. 

1887; 3133:641.642:Nov. 12. 1887;3146:18M82:Feb. 11. 1838; 

3149:214-215:Feb. 18, 1888; 3187:700-701 :Nov. 24. 1888; 3205: 



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13. 1901; 3874:1 17-1 18:Jan. 25. 1902; 3891 :661 :March 24. 

1902; 3901:160-161:Aug. 2. 1902; 3910:454-455:Oct. 4. 1902; 

3930:241.243:Feb. 21. 1903; 3943:659-660: May 23. 1903; 3957: 

291-292:Aug. 29. 1903; 3967:61 7-61 8 :Nov. 7. 1903; 4000:820- 

822:June 25. 1904; 4015:485-486:Oci. 8. 1904; 4087:234-235: 

Feb. 24. 1906; 4119:408-410:Oct. 6. 1906; 41 28: 738-739: Dec. 

8. 1906; 4135:104-105:Jan. 28. 1907; 4202:476-477: May 9, 

1908; 4411:536:May 11. 1912. 
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Browning's Rabbi Den Ezra. A Dramatic Monologue. \ alf 

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GOULD. ELIZABETH PORTER 

Robert BroTuning. Homage to Robert Drotifning, Aleph Tanner 

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One's Self I Sing and Other Poems. From the Browning Library. 

811 G696. 

Room in Westminster for Mrs. Browning. Literary Digest 1 1 :373: 

July 27. 1895. 
GOULD. GEORGE M. 

Biographic Clinics, containing De Quincy. Carlyle. Darwin, Hux- 
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GOURMON 

Browningiana. Athenaeum 3607:838: Dec. 12. 1896. 
GRADUATE CLASSES 

C. L. S. C. Class Direction 1882-1909. Editorial. Chautauquan 

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GRATZ, R. J. 

The Journe\f of Childe Roland. Poet Lore 2:11 :578-85. 
GRAY. MAXWELL 

Robert Broivnings Death. The Forest Chapel 70-74 821.88. 

The Woman of L-^ric Love. Eclectic Magazine 45:88-96: Jan. 

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GREAT ENGLISH POETS 

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GREAT POET IN HER PRIME. A 

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GREAT TESTIMONY 

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By Thomas W. Higginson. Outlook 66:804: Dec. I, 1900. 

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GREATHEART 

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GREEK 

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GREEK LITERATURE, WOMEN IN 

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GREEK SPIRIT IN SHELLEY AND BROWNING, THE 

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Influence of the Authorized Version on English Literature. Biblical 

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GREENOUGH, CHESTER NOYES 

An Experiment in the Training of Teachers of Composition. Eng- 
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GREENSLET. FERRIS 

Cftauccr. Forum 30:383 :Nov. 1900. 

New Lights on Drowning. Atlantic Monthly 92:418-423 :Sepl. 

1903. 

A Propaganda for Poetry^. Poet Lore 11:1 :41-54. 

A Scholarl}) Essay^ist Latest Work. Dial 39:277:Nov. 1, 1905. 
GREENWELX. DORA 

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Tanner 56 821.88 Xht. 

GREGG. F. M. 

Social Hygiene. Education Magazine 33:100-104:Sept. 1912- 
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GREGORY. E. C. 

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GREVE, E. P. 

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821.88 Hpagg. 

GREY ROLAND 

Heavy Fathers. Fortnightly Review. Littell's Living Age 262: 
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GRIBBLE, FRANCIS 

Browning's Obscurity and Elopement with Miss Barrett. Littell's 
Living Age 273:674-683. 

Same. Nineteenth Century 71 :976-988:May 1912. 
The Secret of Marceline Desbordes-Valmore. Fortnightly Re- 
view 97:2: 107 1-1 083: June 1912. 
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Xma Vol. II. 
GURNEY, EDWARD. AND OTHERS 

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Broivning and the Drama. Centenary Addresses 43-62 

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The Poets and the Cuckoo. Outlook. Littell's Living Age 273: 

634-636. 
HADDOW, ALEXANDER 

The Pope : Brorvnings Ring and the Book. Printed for the Royal 

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HADLEY. HENRY K. 

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A Roman Advocate of the Simple Life. Poet Lor^ 17:1 : 78-85. 



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HAIR IN BROWNING'S POETRY 

By Harry T. Baker. Nahon 93:263:Scpt. 21. 1911. 
HAKKADOSH, JOCHANAN 

Note fcr; Robert BroVfning. Poet Lore 9:1 :86. 
HALBE. MAX 

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HALBERT AND HOB 

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HALIBURTON AND SMITH 

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160-166) 371 H139. 
HALLEY. MARGARET A. 

See Music. 
HALLIWELL-PHILLIPS. J. O. 

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liwell-Phillips. 1881. 
HALLOCK. ELLA B. 

Introduction to Browning, including eleven poems with hints for 

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HALLOWELL, MRS. S. C. F. 

Dramatic Lyrics. Poet Lore 11:5:281. 
HAMELIN, THE RAT CATCHER OF 

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HAMELIN: THE TOWN OF THE PIED PIPER. OR DER RAT- 

TENFANGER 

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Pmtw. 
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The Drama. Forum 39:234-35:Oct. 1907; 39:362-376: Jan. 1908. 

Old Material and New Plays. Forum 41 :444-457:May 1909. 
HAMILTON, EUGENE LEE 

Apollo and Marsvas and Other Poems. Athenaeum 2981 :764-766: 

Dec. 13, 1884. 
HANCOCK, PROF. ALBERT E. 

Defending KeaCs Love Letters. Literary Digest 37:633-34:Oct. 

31, 1908. 
HANDBOOK TO THE WORKS OF ROBERT BROWNING, A 

By Mrs. Sutherland Orr. George Bell & Sons, London. England, 

1886. 

Same. Athenaeum 3022:396-397:Sept. 26, 1885. 

Same. Poet Lore 1 :2:535. 
HAND HOTEL, LLANGOLLEN WALES 

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guest. 
HANDSCHUH, der und andere GEDICHTE 

r/ie G/ove. Bremen 1897. 821.88 Gspr. 
HANKIN, SIR JOHN 

The Collected Plays of Oscar Wilde. Fortnightly Review 89: 

796-797: May 1908. 
HANNIGAN. D. F. 

The Victorian Age of Literature and Its Critic. Eclectic Magazine 

126:808-81 3 :June 1896, 



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HAPGOOD. NORMAN 

The Modern Villam. Collier's Weekly 33:18:April 30, 1914. 

Drama of Ideas. Contemporary Review 74:712-723 :Nov. 1898. 
HAPPY THOUGHTS FOR HARVEST DAYS 

Ladies' Home Journal 29:3 :Nov. 1912. 
HARDEN, W. TYAS 

Edited, An Essa^ on Perc^ B^sshe Shelle}), by Robert Browning. 

Published for the Shelley Society by Reeves & Turner, London, 

1888. 821.88 Epbs (2 copies). 
HARDY, IRENE 

A Childe Roland, A Literary Parallel and Something More. Poet 

Lore 24:1:53-58. 
HARDY'S LYRICAL POEMS 

By Edmund Gosse. Edinburgh Review 227 :272-293 : April 1918. 
HARPER'S MAGAZINE 

Some Unpublished Papers b^ Robert and E. B. Broivning. Edited 

with comments by George S. Hellman. 132: 790: 530-539: March 

1916. 
HARPER'S MONTHLY 

An Account of a Meeting ii}ith Elizabeth Barrett and Robert 

Broii>ning in Florence. A Short Editorial Concerning Mrs. Broron- 

ing's Death. 23:555-556:Sept. 1861. 

Asolando (Editorial on). 80:807: April 1890. 

Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Brorvning. By Anne Thackeray 

Ritchie. 84:832-855: May 1892. 

Bron>ning in lial^. (Editorial.) 80: 63 7-639: March 1890. 

Barry Cornwall and Some of His Friends. By James T. Fields. 

51:777-796:Nov. 1875. 

Ferishtah's Fancies, by Robert Browning. Reviewed. 71:156: 

June 1885. 

The Gentler View. Browning and the Lost Cor\. By Florida Pier. 

54:2777:27 March 12. 1910. 

Interest in Browning Clubs. 77: 798- 799: Oct. 1888. 

London as a Literary Center. By Richard Rogers Bowker. 76: 

456:815-844:May 1888. 

Review of Mrs. Orr's Limited Life of Browning. 83:800-801: 

Oct. 1891. 

Some Unpublished Papers of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Brown- 
ing. Edited by G. S. Hellman. 132:530-539:March 1916 821.88 

Xsf. 
HARRADEN, ETHEL 

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HARRIMAN, ALICE 

Aspiration. Homage to Robert Browning, 

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In The Garden of The 



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HARRINGTON, VERNON C. 

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HARRIS, C. A. 

Browning as a Poet of Music. Athenaeum 4410:509-510:May 4, 

1912; 4411:542-543:May 11, 1912. 
HARRIS, ROY 

Studies in Browning's Art Poems. From McMaster's University 

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HARRISON, CLIFFORD 

Sira^ Records. Browning 149-154 B H318 Vol. I. 

HARRISON, E. B. 

The Victorian Woman. Nineteenth Century 58:951 -957 :Dcc. 1905. 

HARRISON, FREDERIC 

By Matthew Arnold. Nineteenth Century 39:4^3 -447: March 1896. 

Same. LittelFs Living Age 209:362-372. 

Diaphanous Literature. Dial 45:391 :Dec. 1, 1908. 

English Literature of the Victorian Age. Forum 16:704-708: Feb. 

1894. 

Obiter Scripta. Fortnightly Review 109:9: Jan. 1918; 109:178: 

Feb. 1918. 

Rome Revisited. Eclectic Magazine 121 : 19-32: June 1893. 

The Tennyson Centenary. Nineteenth Century 66:226-233: Aug. 

1909. 

Same. Liltell's Living Age 262:643-648. 

HARRISON, JOSEPH LE ROY 

The Undergraduate in Verse. Bookman 7:159-61 : April 1898. 

HART. R. E. S. 

The Obverse Side of Aristophanes. Contemporary Review 71 : 
662-679 :May 1897. 

HARTER. MRS. ARTHUR 

The Influence of Italy on the Poetry of the Broufnings. Fort- 
nightly Review 92:327-344: Aug. 1909. 
See Fonhlanque. 

HARTOY, CECILE S. 
See Music. 

HARTWIG, GUSTAV 

The Rat Catcher of Hamelin. Eclectic Magazine 119:759-761: 

Dec. 1892. 

Same. (Blackw.) Littell's Living Age 195:639-40. 

HARVARD MONTHLY 

Robert Browning. By A. B. Houghton. 2:3:95-108:May 1886 
821.88 Dhm. 

Parleyings n>ith Certain People of Importance in Their Day, by 
Robert Browning. (Review.) 4:2:82-83: April 1887 821.88 Dhm. 

HARVEY, CHARLES W. 

Living. New Church Review 16:75-86: Jan. 1909. 

HARVEY, EDITH 

Bordello, in Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society. Trans- 
actions 65-83. 1911. A Paper Read Before Section "A," Trans- 
actions of the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society, to- 
gether with Report of the Council. 821.88 Dllb. 

HARVEY, T. E. 

Introduction and Notes to Christmas- Eve. By Robert Browning. 
Brother Richard's Book-Shelf No. 5. J. M. Dent & Sons, Lon- 
don, England, 1913. 821.88 Hceh. 

HASKELL, ERNEST 

Hermes. Decoration for Poems by Robert Browning and Eliza- 
beth Barrett Browning. Critic 141:Aug. 1903. 

HAULTAIN, ARNOLD 

Horv to Read. Blackwood. Littell's Living Age 208:515-528. 

HAUPTMANN, GERHART 

Paul Crummann. Poet Lore 22:2:117-127. 

HAVE WE STILL NEED OF POETRY 

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HAWEIS. REV. H. R. 

Robert DroJi>mng. Independent 44:2: 1776- 1777: Dec. 15, 1892. 

Poets in the Pulpit. Robert Brolifning 117-143. Sampson Low 

Marston, Searle and Rivington, London, 1880. 821.88 Dppd. 

same. (Typewritten) 821.88 Dppo. 

Rubinstein. Eclectic Magazine 124:229-235: Feb. 1895. 
HAWTHORNE AND HIS CIRCLE 

By Wm. H. Mayhew. New Church Review 1 1 :385 -392: July 

1904. 
HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL 

English Note Book 2: 106-1 09: July 13, 1856 813 H339A. 

Italian Note Books 2:8-13:June 8. 1858 813 H339mf. 

St. Paul's. Littell's Living Age 109:707-713. 
HAWTHORNE. A NEW BOOK ABOUT 

By W. H. Johnson. Dial 35:46667:Dec. 16, 1903. 
HAWTHORNE THROUGH HIS WIFE'S EYES 

Literary Digest 15:41 -42: May 8. 1897. 
HAWTHORNE'S VILLA AT FLORENCE 

By Chas. E. Wheeler. Nation 50: 486-487: June 19, 1890. 
HAY, H. CLINTON 

Immortalit}). New Church Review 15:576-586 :Oct. 1908. 
HAYES, ALFRED 

The Relation of Music to Poetry. Atlantic Monthly 113:59-69; 

Jan. 1914. 
HAZZARD, J. CHARLES 

Selections From Browning. 
H. C. H. 

Victoria. New Church Review 8: 270-273: April 1901. 
HEARN, LAFCADIO 

Is Too Much Written on the Subject of Love? Current Opinion 

62:205:March 1917. 
HEARTH AND HOME 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By Mme. Octavia Walton Le Vert. 

New Eclectic Magazine 4:2:221 -224: Feb. 1869. 

HEATH. H. FRANK (AND OTHERS> 

The Works of Ceoffre}) Chaucer. Athenaeum 3723:268-269: 
March 4, 1889. 

HEAVY FATHERS 

By Rowland Grey. Fortnightly Review. Littell's Living Age 262: 

473-480. 
HEBRAIC SYMPATHIES. BROWNING'S 

By Mary M. Cohen. Popt Lore 3:3:250-254. 
HEIMKEHR DER DRUSEN. DIE FINE TRAGODIE 

Von Robert Browning. Deutsch von Edmund Ruete. Verlag von 

Gustav Winter, Bremen, 1912. 

HEISELER, HENRY 

Pippa Ceht Voruber. By Robert Browning. German version 
Pippa Passes. 

HEELINGS. EMMA LIGHTNER 

Evolution of Religion a* Suggested in Browning's Poems. Poet 

Lore 17:2:113-17. 
HELLMAN, GEORGE S. 

Some Unpublished Papers of Rob^ir^ and E. B. Browning. Edited 

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HOOKER, BRIAN 

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HUMAN BROTHERHOOD IN WHITMAN AND BROWNING 

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The Poetic Old World. 808.1 H926. 
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HUNT. THEODORE W. 

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IDEAL LITERARY MARRIAGE, AN 

Literary Digest 37:426-427:Sept. 26, 1908. 
IDEAL OF LIFE, BROWNING'S 

From Santayana on Robert Browning, A Pessimist Criticism. By 

Helen Dryer Woodward. Poet Lore 13:1 :97-l 11. 
IDEALISM AS A PRACTICAL CREED 

Wordsworth and Browning. By Henry Jones. 139-192 804 J77i. 

IDEALS OF BEAUTY IN KEATS AND BROWNING 
By Alice Groff. Poet Lore 5:5:247-253. 



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BROWNINGIANA 173 

IDEALS OF POETRY. BROWNING'S 

In the Study Class. By Anna Benneson McMahan. 195-196 

807 M167. 
IDEALS OF WOMANHOOD HELD BY BROWNING AND THE 

GREEK DRAMATISTS. THE 

By Charlotte Porter. Poet Lore 9:3:385-400. 
IDLE READING 

By Herbert Paul. Nineteenth Century 61 :837-842:May 1907. 
IDOL AFFECTIONS 

By Clara Bloomfielcl Moore. Homage to RobcTi Drorvning, Aleph 

Tanner 115 821.88 Xht. 
IDYLLS AND THE AGES. THE 

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IF I LEAVE ALL FOR THEE 

Elizabeth B. Browning. Current Opinion 33:584. 
IF I WERE TH9U 

See Music. 
IF THOU MUST LOVE ME 

Elizabeth B. Browning. Current Opinion 34:471. 
IF WE RETURN 

Letters of a Soldier in Kitchener's Army. By G. B. Manwaring. 

(Showing Browning's Influence.) 
IGDRASIL 

Asolando (a review). Robert Browning 118:March 1890 821.88. 

At DroTi?mng's Funeral By Kineton Parkes. 109:March 1890 

821.88. 

Robert Browning (Poem). By J. J. Britton. 66:Feb. 1890 821.88 

Dmur. 

Robert Browning. By James Murray. 59-66 Feb. 1890 821.88 

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ILLUSTRATED AMERICAN. THE 

Books and Literature. By William S. Walsh. 6:62:500: April 25. 

1891 821.88. 
ILLUSTRATED BOOKS 

Editorial. Atlantic Monthly 50: 846-852: Dec. 1882. 
ILLUSTRATION 

(Blackw.) Littell's Living Age 112:67-79. 
ILLUSTRATIONS TO BROWNING'S POEMS 

By Ernest Radford. Part I: (a) The Coronation of the Virgin, 

b^ Fra Lippo Lippi; (b) Andrea Del Sarto and His Wife; (c) 

The Angel and the Child, from Cuercino. Part II: (a) Andrea 

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IN A DOORWAY 

See Music. 
IN A GONDOLA 

See under F. C. Gerden. 

See Music. 
IN A POET'S GARDEN 

By Phil Robinson. Contemporary Review. Litteli's Living Age 

198:419-431. 
IN ASOLO 

By Lucy S. Conant. Poet Lore 18:2:247-258. 
IN CAP AND GOWN; THREE CENTURIES OF CAMBRIDGE 

WIT 

By Chas. Whibley. Athenaeum 3239:702-703 :Nov. 23, 1889. 
IN DEFENSE OF CLASSICAL STUDY 

By Professor Jebb. Eclectic Magazine I22:l3-17:jan. 1894. 
IN MEMORIAM 

Robert Browning. By Michael Field. Academy 920:405 :Dec. 21. 

1889 821.88 Xman. 

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IN MEMORIAM. AFTER FIFTY YEARS 

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IN MEMORIAM— ROBERT BROWNING 

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IN WHAT BOOK 

Editorial. Chautauquan 7:190:Dec. 1887. 
INCIDENT OF THE FRENCH CAMP 

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INCLUDING HORACE 

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INDEPENDENT 

Advice of a Father to a Daughter on Entering College. By C. F. 
Thwing. 71:473-477:Sept. 1. 1911. 

An Actress Who Placed Browning. By Wm. L. Phelps. 83: 
394:Sept. 20, 1915. 

An American Poet? Editorial. 40 :2: 1303-1 304 :Oct. 11, 1888. 
Another Book on Tennyson. Editorial. 46:209-210:Feb. 15, 1894. 
Autobiography ofM. D. Conway. 57 :2: 1089-1 090 :Nov. 10, 1904. 
Berdoe's Browning Studies. 47:2:1 920 :Nov. 28, 1895. 
Beside a Brool^ with Izaa^ Walton. By Maurice Thompson. 47: 
1:859-860: June 27, 1895. 

Biography of the Brownings. By L. Whiting. 71 :550:Sept. 7, 
1911. 

Books on Italy. Editorial. 58:2:1069-71 : May 11, 1905. 
Brahma. (Review.) By Dr. J. Lawrence Erb. 61 :1 :400:Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Robert Browning. 57:1214:Nov. 24, 1904. 

Same. By Stopford Augustine Brooke. Reviewed in 54:3:2534- 
2535 :Oct. 23, 1902. 

Same. By Gilbert Keith Chesterton. Reviewed in 55:3:1574- 
1575: July 2, 1903. 

Same. Editorial. 41 :2:1689:Dec. 19, 1889. 

Same. By W. Hall Griffin and Harry Christopher Minchin. Re- 
viewed in 71:483-484:Aug. 24. 1911. 

Same. By Rev. H. R. Haweis, M. A. 44 :2: 1776-1 777 :Dec. 15, 
1892. 

Same. By Charles H. Herford. Reviewed in 59:457-458: Aug. 
24, 1905. 

Same. By Francis A. March, LL. D. 42:1 :Jan. 2, 1890. 
Same. (Poem.) By Elizabeth Phelps. 41 :2:1717:Dec. 26, 1889. 
Browning. By Richard Henry Stoddard. 42:820: June 12, 1890. 
Browning and Dramatic Monologue. (Review.) By S. S. Curry. 
65:2:1 004-5 :Oct. 29, 1908. 

Browning and How to Know Him. (Review.) By Wm. L. 
Phelps. 84:278:Nov. 15, 1915. 

Browning and Whitman. By O. L. Triggs. 45:436:March 30, 
1893. 

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. By Geo. Perry Morris. 60:1:501- 
504:March 1, 1906. 

Browning Encyclopedia. By Edward Berdoe. 43:2:1 489 :Oct. 8, 
1891. 

Robert Browning: Journeys to the Home of English Authors. Re- 
view. 52:384:Feb. 8, 1900. 

Mrs. Browning in Letters. By Richard Henry Stoddard. 39:1: 
737-738: June 9, 1887; 39:2:770-771 :June 16, 1887; 39:3:803- 
804: June 23, 1887. . 

Robert Browning Personalia. Review. By Edmund Gosse. 42: ' 
461: April 3, 1890. 

Browning Theology. By Frederick M. Bird. 42:171-172:Feb. 6, 
1890. 

The Brownings. (Review.) By Lilian Whiting. 72:1065:May 
16, 1912. 



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BROWNINGIANA 177 

Broipnings Criticism of Life. (Review.) By Wm. F. Revell. 44: 
2:1452:Oct. 13. h692. 

BroTi>mngs Italy. By H. Archibald Clark. 63:2:1 463 :Dec. 19, 
1907. 

Browning's Love Letters. Editorial. 51 :833-34: March 23, 1899. 
Broisnings Life and Letters. Editorial. 43: 1022-23: July 9, 1891. 
Robert Broi»ning*s Shorter Poems. Review. 42:526: April 17, 
1890. 

Caucus of Authors. By Thomas Wenlworlh Higginson. 42:2: 
1118:Aug. 14, 1890. 

The Centenar\f of P. B. Shelleyf. By Kenyon West. 44:2:1082- 
83: Aug. 4, 1892. 

The Complete Poetic and Dramatic Works of Robert Broifining. 
(Review.) 47:2:1 442 :Oct. 1895. 

Concerning High Water Marias. By Thomas Wentworth Higgin- 
son. 42:205-206:Feb. 13, 1890. 

By Gerda Dalliba. Reference to Browning Club. Independent 
67:2:880-81. 

Days with Poets. 69:693:Sept. 29. 1910. 

A Decade of Poetry. By Susan H. Ward. 51 :814-816:March 
23, 1899. 

Dictionary of National Biography. (Review.) 54:226-227: Jan. 
23, 1902. 

English Notes. By James Payn. 41 :2: 1042: Aug. 15, 1889; 41: 
2:1375-6:Oct. 24, 1889; 42:237-238:Feb. 20, 1890; 43:144-145: 
Jan. 29. 1891; 46:321 :March 15. 1894. 

English Quarterly Reviews. Editorial. 42:752:May 29. 1890. 
Essays and Reviews. (Review.) By Joseph Jacobs. 43: 1068: July 
16. 1891. 

Ethics of Robert Browning. By Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. 40:2: 
1595-1596:Dec. 13. 1888. 

Dr. Everett's Essays. Editorial. 54:1 :515:Feb. 27. 1902. 
Fame of Tennyson. By Henry Van Dyke. 42:66: Jan. 16. 1890. 
A Few Words on Robert Browning. (Review.) 43:498:April 2, 
1891. 

Fitzgerald's New Letters. Editorial. 54:1 :753:March 27. 1902. 
Florence in Browning's Poetry. 57:2: 1093-1 094: Nov. 10, 1904. 
Formative Types in English Poetry. (Review.) By George Her- 
bert Palmer. 97:381 : March 15, 1919. 

From Browning to Bridge. By Susanne Wilcox. 70:505-510: 
March 9, 1911. 

Genius in Classes. 57:452: Aug. 25, 1904. 

Good American Poets. Editorial. 70:468-470: March 2, 1911. 
Good BooJis for a Small Library. Editorial. 61 :2:1180:Nov. 15, 
1906. 

Gossips of the Century. Editorial. 44:2:1451-2:Oct. 13, 1892. 
Holiday Books. By W. A. Bowdoin. 63:2:1 468-75 :Dec. 19. 
1907. 

Holiday Books of the Year. 69:1 250 :Dec. 8. 1910. 
Kipling's Traffic and Discoveries. 57:921 :Oct. 20. 1904. 
The Last Ride Together. By R. Browning. 61 :2: 1402-03 :Dec. 
13, 1906. 

A Letter from Browning About In a Balcony. By P. R. Reynold*. 
43:2:1748.49:Nov. 26. 1891. 

Letters of Dr. John Brown. 65:1 :493:Aug. 27. 1908. 
Letters of P. B. Shelley with Introductory Essay by Robert Brown- 



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ing. (Review.) 71 :321 :Aug. 10. 1911. 

Letters on Literature. By Andrew Lang. 39:l:72:Jan. 20, 1887. 

Life of Robert Drowning. (Review.) By W. Hall Griffin. 70: 

100:Jan. 12. 1911. 

Literary and Biographical Essa\)3. (Review.) By Chas. Wm. 

Pearson. 65:2: 1069: Nov. 5. 1908. 

Literary Career of Robert Broivning. (Review.) By Thomas R. 

Lounsbury. 72:1065:May 16. 1912. 

Literary Half Acres. By Maurice Thompson. 44:2: 1545-46: Nov. 

3, 1892. 

Literary Notes. 57:2:1216:Nov. 24, 1904; 66:1402:June 24, 

1909; 39:l:176:Feb. 10, 1887; 41 :2:1659:Dec. 12. 1889; 51: 

141:Jan. 12. 1899. 

Same. Tennyson's reference to sale of Love Letters. 74:591 : 

March 13. 1913. 

Same. Reference to the size of Browning's Production. 41 :2:1154: 

Sept. 5. 1889. 

Literature. Editorial. 67:880-881 : Oct. 14, 1909. 

Literature: A Mysterious Novel. Editorial. 53:1 :619:March 14, 

1901. 

Lord Tennyson's Last Poetry. Editorial. 44:2:1469-1470.1598: 

Oct. 20. 1892. 

Lucid Literature. By J no. Burroughs. 52:928-930: April 19. 1900. 

Maeterlinck and Broivning. By William Lyon Phelps. 55:1 :552- 

554:March 5, 1903; 55:2: 1398- 1400: June 11, 1903. 

Mdsterpiece of English Literature. (Review.) 47:2: 1205: Sept. 5, 

1895. 

Modern Poets and Christian Education. Editorial. 62:1:734: 

March 28. 1907. 

Wm. Morris iVen> Book. Editorial. 41 :2:1314:Oct. 10. 1889. 

Nen> Edition of the Poetical Works of Robert Broivning. Editorial. 

40:2:884:July 12. 1888. 

New Poem by Robert Broivning. By William Hayes Ward. 76: 

212:Oct. 1913. 

neNen> Poeir}?. Editorial. 78:342 :June 1. 1914. 

The Optimism of Browning and Meredith. By A. C. Pigou. Lit- 

tell's Living Age 246:41 5-422: Aug. 12. 1905. 

Origin of Two Popular Poems. By Margaret J. Preston. 43:1265: 

Aug. 27. 1891. 

Parleying With Certain People. Editorial. 39:l:591:May 12, 

1887. 

Personal, Dramatic, Romances and Lyrics. Editorial Notes. 71 :l : 

397-399:Aug. 24. 1911. 

Personalities. Editorial. 40:1 :616:May 17, 1888. 

Personalities From the Athenaeum. 42: 176: Feb. 6, 1890. 

Personalities of Robert Browning. By Margaret J. Preston. 43:2: 

1703-4:Nov. 19, 1891. 

Philosophical and Religious Teacher. (Review.) By Henry Jones, 

M. A. 43:2:1 488 :Oct. 8, 1891. 

Pippa Passes. By Robert Browning. 54:3:3009: Dec. 18, 1902. 

Poems on Several Occasions. By Austin Dobson. 42:190:Feb. 6, 

1890. 

A Poet and His Minister. By Rev. F. W. Gunsaulus. 39:1 :553: 

May 5. 1887. 

Poetic and Dramatic Works. Editorial. 39:l:622:May 19. 1887. 

Poetical Works of Robert Browning. Editorial. 41 :1 :541 :April 

25. 1889. 



BROWNINGIANA 179 

Same. Review. 46 :2: 1658-1 659 :Dec. 20. 1894. 

Poetr}} and About It. By Edwin E. Slosson. 98: 224-227: May 

10, 1919. 

Poctr)f and Criticism. Editorial. 54:1 :460-461 : Feb. 20, 1902. 

Poetr}ffor Vacation. Editorial. 59:1 :399:Aug. 17. 1905. 

Poetry, Good, Bad, and Indifferent. Editorial. 41 :2:1398:Oct. 24. 

1889. 

Poetr}f of Tomorrow. By Bliss Carman. 44:2:1546:Ncrv. 3, 1892. 

The Portion of Labor. Editorial. 54:1 :345.346: Feb. 6, 1902. 

Posthumous Misfortunes of Authors. By Ethelbert D. Warfield. 

43:1233-34:Aug. 20. 1891. 

A Primer of Browning. (Review.) By Mary Wilson. Recent 

Verse Ed. 44:314:March 3, 1892. 

Prophecy^ and Poetry. Studies in Isaiah and Browning. (Review.) 

By Rev. Arthur Rcvgers. 68:705 :March 31, 1910. 

Prospects of English Poetrv. By Geo. Saintsbury. 56:432-5 :Fcb. 

25, 1904. 

Recent Views of Christ. Editorial. 61 :2:1058:Nov. 1. 1906. 

Reference to a Tablet Erected to One of Browning's Ancestors. 

Editorial. 54:2:1313:May 29, 1902. 

Science versus Literature. By Ed. E. Slosson, Ph. D. 69:1440- 

1442:Dec. 29, 1910. 

Selected Poems of Browning. By A. J. George. Review. 59:2: 

1350:Dec. 7, 1905. 

Shakespere's Spelling. By G. S. Wood. 62:2: 1072- 1074: May 

9, 1907. 

Shelburne Essays. (Review.) By Paul E. More. 59:2: 1 1 12:Nov. 

9. 1905. 

A Soliloqun of Aeschylus. By Robert Browning. (See New Poem 

by Robert Browning on 212.) 76:213:Oct. 30, 1913. 

5ome Higher Ministries of Recent English Poetry. (Review.) By 

F. W. Gunsaulus. 63 :2:1002:Oct. 24, 1907. 

Some Recent Musical Literature. Editorial. 41 :2: 1694-95 :Dec. 19, 

1889. 

Mr. Stedmans Latest Book- Editorial. 44:2:1712:Dec. 1, 1892. 

Smart's Song to David. By Edmund Gosse. 39:2:935-6: July 

28, 1887. 

Studies of English Mystics. St. Margaret's Lectures. (Review.) 

By Ralph Inge, M. A. 61 :1 :217:July 26, 1906. 

Study of Browning. Editorial. 54:3:2534-35:Oct. 23, 1902. 

A Study of Tennyson. Editorial. 46:2:961 -962: July 26. 1894. 

Summer Books of Work and Play. 66: 1244: June 3. 1909. 

Tales from Ten Poets. (Review.) By H. S. Morris. 44:2:1755: 

Dec. 8. 1892. 

Tomorrow's Poetrxi. By Maurice Thompson. -K):2: 1393 : Nov. 1, 

J888. 

Unpublished Letter of Robt. Browning. By Moncure D. Conway. 

47:l:681:May 23, 1895. 

Victorian Anthology. (Review.) By Stedman. 47:2: 1580: Nov. 

21, 1895. 

What and How to Read. By Frederick Saunders. 41:1:162-3: 

Feb. 7. 1889. 

Willful Sadness in Literature. By Louise Imogene Guiney. 44: 

681:May 19. 1892. 

Years Holiday Books. 61 :2: 1402-03 :Dec. 13, 1906. 



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INDIA MOVING CHRISTWARD 

By Harold Begbie. Literary Digest 48:1 :68-69: Jan. 10, 1914. 

INDUCTIVE STUDIES IN BROWNING FOR SECONDARY 
SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND LITERATURE CLUBS 
By H. C. Peterson. 821.88 Dip. 

INFLUENCE OF CATULLUS, THE 

By Herbert Paul. Nineteenth Century 61 : 163-1 72: Jan. 1907. 

INFLUENCE OF ITALY ON THE POETRY OF THE BROWN- 
INGS. THE 

By Mrs. Arthur Harter (Ethel de Fonblanque). Fortnightly Re- 
view 92:327-344: Aug. 1909. 

INFLUENCE OF THE AUTHORIZED VERSION ON ENGLISH 
LITERATURE 
By B. A. Greene.- Biblical World 37:391-401 : June 1911. 

INFLUENCE OF THE BIBLE IN LITERATURE 

By Henry Van Dyke. Century 80 :888-895 :Oct. 1910. 

INGE. RALPH 

Studies in English Mystics; St. Margaret's Lectures (Review). 
Independent 61 :217:July 26, 1906. 

INGELOW AND MRS. WALFORD, MISS 

Atlantic Monthly 56:230-242: Aug. 1885. 
INGPEN, ROGER 

Browning's Earl}) IVorl^, The Early Literary 

Browning. By T. R. Lounsbury. Bookman 

821.88 Xbm. 



Career of Robert 
74-75 :May 1912 



Famous Women. Roberts Brothers, 



INGRAM, JOHN H. 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 

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Mrs. Browning. Athenaeum 3145:146:Feb. 4, 1888; 3191:850: 

Dec. 22, 1888. 

Mrs. Browning's Parentage. Athenaeum 3480:33: July 7, 1894; 

3484: 160: Aug. 4, 1894; 3487:255: Aug. 25, 1894. 

A Prefactory Note. By Robert Browning. Athenaeum 3301 :153: 

Jan. 31, 1891. 

INN ALBUM, THE 

By Robert Browning. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 15 Waterloo 
Place, 1875. (All rights reserved.) First edition. 821.88 Hial. 
Robert Browning. Athenaeum 2509:701 -702 :Nov. 27, 1875. 
From Facettes of Love: from Browning. By Daniel G. Brinton. 
Poet Lore 1 :1 :7. 

INNES, ARTHUR DONALD 

Seers and Singers. I, Characteristics, 1-25; III, Browning in Par- 
ticular, 50-74; V, The Ring and The Book, 99-124; VI, Dra- 
matic Poems, 125-151; VII, The Poets' Lovers, 152-173; IX, 
Ideas and Ideals, 199-221. 821.04 158s. 

INNES, A. TAYLOR 

La Saisiaz in 1895. Contemporary Review. Littell's Living Age 
210:678-689. 

INQUIRY AS TO RHYME, AN 

By Brander Matthews. Bookman 8:32-38:Sepl. 1898. 
IN RE CALIBAN 

By Oscar L. Triggs. Poet Lore 17:4:76-86. 
INSCRIPTION ON THAXTER'S TOMB. BROWNING'S 

Poet Lore 1 :8:398, 



BROWNINGIANA 181 

INSPIRED LITTLE CREATURE AND THE POET WORDS- 
WORTH. AN 

By Rosaline Masson. (Fortn. R.) Littell's Living Age 267:790- 

801. 
INTEGRITY OF THE HOME, THE 

By Susan Wood Burnham. New Church Review 16:414-423: 

July 1909. 
INTELLECT AND THE ACTOR 

By S. R. Settlewood. Fortnightly Review 100:3:113.1 16:July 1913. 
INTELLECTUAL EFFECT OF OLD AGE 

(Spect.) Littell's Living Age 184:249-251. 
INTELLECTUAL LEADERSHIP OF GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS 

By Henry Mills Alden. Literary Digest 28:44:Jan. 9. 1904. 
INTEREST IN BROWNING CLUBS 

(Editorial comment.) Harper's Monthly 77:798-9:Oct. 1888. 
INTERESTS 

Browning's Personal Interests. Centenary Addresses 13-33 821.88 

Vnya. 
INTERESTS, BROWNING AND THE SPECIAL 

By William Austin Smith. Atlantic 1 14:809-814 :Dec. 1914. 
INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA 

Browning. 3:567-569. 
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS TO AUTHORS 

Editorial. Century 55:313-314:Dec. 1897. 
INTERNATIONAL REVIEW 

Roberl Brorvning. By George Barnett Smith. 6:176-194. 

/^evien> of the Inn Album. By Bayard Taylor. 3:402-413. 
INTERPRETATION OF BROWNING'S IXION. AN 

By Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 5:12:626-630. 
INTERPRETATIONS OF POETRY AND RELIGION. THE 

By George Santayana. Bookman 12:190-91 :Oct. 1900. 
INTERPRETATION OF ROMANTIC LOVE, BROWNING'S 

As Compared with That of Plato. Dante and Petrarch. By George 

Willis Cooke. Poet Lore 6:5:225-238. 

INTO THE LIGHT 

Browning. By Edward Robeson Taylor. 106 811 T239. 

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KASSNER, RUDOLF 

Englische Dichter. Robert Browning 155-187. 
KAULBACH. H. 

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KAY. CHARLES DE 

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Brorvning Rarities. Poet Lore 6:5:264-68. 
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Literary Treasures Unearthed. Mrs. Browning's Opinion on Ten- 
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Nen) Brotoning Letters and Mrs. Orrs Life. Poet Lore 3:10:522- 
528. 

Notes and Nervs: London Literaria. Poet Lore 3:12:649-650; 4: 
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469-71; 7:11:581-84; 10:1:149-52; 4:12:647; 7:1:48-55. 
Notes and Nejvs: Our London Letter. Poet Lore 1 :8:389-92; 1 : 
9:441-45; 1:10:491-93; 1:11:542-44; 1:12:589-592; 2:7:386- 
89; 2:9:493-96; 2:11:609-12; 2:5:283-287; 3:3:281-284 (on 
Pauline); 5:1:53. 

Personal Recollection of Bron>mng. Poet Lore 2:3:130-33. 
Reviewed. Browning's Message to Time. Dr. Berdoe, in Netvs 
and Notes. Poet Lore 2:5:283-87. 

Ruslfin's Letters to Chesneau : a Record of Literary Friendship. 
Poet Lore 7:6&7:349-356. 
Shelley and Godwin. Poet Lore 10:3:389-97. 
Some Browning Memories. Contemporary Review 102:1:202-210: 
Aug. 1912. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 275:220-227. 

Strafford, Foster's Life of: Is It Foster's or Browning's? Pocl 
Lore 6:11:555-59. 

On the Attainment of His 70th Birthday. Manuscript furnished 
by author. Sonnet originally published by Islington Gazette. 
Reminiscent: (1) 19 Warwick Crescent, (2) 29 De Vere Gardens. 
In manuscript. 

To the Memory of Robert Browning. May 7, 1912. Poem begins: 
Browning is There — the sane, the strong. In manuscript, not yet 
published. 

KINGSLEY, TRENCH, BURBIDGE AND CLOUGH 

Recent Poetry. Eclectic Magazine 20: 166- 177: June 1850. 
KING VICTOR AND KING CHARLES 

First Edition in Bells and Pomegranates 1 821.88 Hpsv (2 

copies) . 

Athenaeum 757:376-378: April 30, 1842. 

Suggestions for Discussion of. By P. A. C. Poet Lore 2:4:198- 

199. 

KINNEY. ELIZABETH C. 

A Day With the Brewings at Pratilino. Scribner's Magazine 1 : 
185-188:Dec. 1870. 



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KINSEI EIBUNGAKU (STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH LITER- 
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ING AS ILLUSTRATED IN THEIR POEMS 

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KIPLING, ECHOES AND GROWTH IN 

By B. A. Heydrick. Poet Lore 14:1:84-94. 
KIPLING, EDWIN MARKHAM'S ESTIMATE OF 

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KIPLINGS TRAFFIC AND DISCOVERIES 

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KIRK, J. F., JR. 

Asolando, More Browning Queries on. Poet Lore 3:2:159-62. 
KIRKMAN, J. 

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KNAPP, GEORGE L. 

Shelley. Lippincott's Magazine 80:381. 
KNIGHT. WILLIAM 

Same. Nineteenth Century 39:257-266:Feb. 1896. 

The Robert Broivning Centenary Celebration. At Westminster 

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Criticism as Theft. Eclectic Magazine 126:358-364: March 1896. 

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Retrospects. 69-101. 

George Frederick Walts. Fortnightly Review 82:440-41, 449 :Sept. 

1904. 
KNORR, HELEN 

Richard Hoveys Promise and Wor\. Poet Lore 12:3:441,446. 
KNOWLES, JAMES 

Aspects of Tennyson. Nineteenth Century. Littell's Living Age 

196:515-529. 
KNOWLES, J. T. 

Broivning and Mesmerism in Wireless Telegraphy and Brain 

Waves. Nineteenth Century 45:857-864: May 1899. 

KOBAYASHI, AIYU 

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KOBBE, GUSTAV 

See Music. 
KOEPPEL. EMIL 

Robert Drontning. Mit dem Bildnis des Dichlers. Verlag von 

Emil Felber. 1911, Berlin. 
KOENIG, GEORGE A. 

Quert; and Ansi»er on Browning Scientific Allusions. Poet Lor^ 

2:3:137-38. 
KRANS, H. S. 

Dorodens Robert Browning. Current Literature 38:109-1 1 :Feb. 

1905. 
KUHNS, OSCAR 

Dante and the English Poets from Chaucer to Tennyson. Chapter 

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LA SAISIAZ 

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The Theology of Robert Browning. By H. White. Poet Lore 12: 

3:417-430. 
LA SAISIAZ IN 1895 

By A. Taylor Innes. (Contemporary Review.) Littell's Living 

Age 210:678-689. 
LA SAISIAZ: THE REAL SIGNIFICANCE OF 

The Brand Flamboyant. By Charles Malloy. Poet Lore 8:5: 

256-265. 

Two Poets of Croisic. Athenaeum 2639:661 -664: May 25. 1878. 
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LADIES' HOME JOURNAL 

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LAFFAN, BERTHA 

Robert Browning. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

61 821.88 Xht. 
LAMARTINE AND ELVIRE 

By W. Holman Hunt. Edinburgh Review 205:442: April 1907. 
LAMBUTH. DAVID KELLEY 

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LANDOR IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS 

Cornhill Magazine. Littell's Living Age 140:3-15, 



194 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

LANDOR ONCE MORE 

By W. B. Shubrick Clymer. Scribner's Magazine 10:123-128:July 

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By John Fyvie. Littell's Living Age 206:3-12. 

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LANDOR'S. WALTER SAVAGE, LETTERS TO MISS PAYNTER 

Editorial. Literary Digest 18:398-399: April 8, 1899. 
LANDSCAPE PAINTER, BROWNING AS 

By H. S. Pearson. London Browning Society Papers 7:103-118. 
LANE, JOHN 

Mr. Stephen Phillips Herod. World's Work 1 : 666-667 : April 

1901. 
LANIER, CLIFFORD 

Apollo and Keats on Browning: A Fantasy, 9-16. 
LANG, ANDREW 

Adventures Among BooJ^s. Scribner's Magazine 10:651 -656: Nov. 

1891. 

Andrew Lang on Tennyson. Literary Digest 24:320-321 : March 

8. 1902. 

Mr. Robert Browning. (Contemporary Review.) Littell's Living 

Age 190:563-570. 

A Cockpit for Literar}) Combat. Dial 44:167:March 16, 1908. 

A Dip in Criticism. (Contemp. R.) Littell's Living Age 179: 

352-357. 

Esoteric Browningism. Forum 6:300:Nov. 1888. 

History of English Literature. Contemporary Review 102:2:587- 

591:1912. 

Letters on Literature. 826.08 L269. 

Same. Independent 39:1 :72. 

The Minor Poets. Longman's. Littell's Living Age 217:279-280. 

The Month in England. Cosmopolitan 19:112:May 1895. 

Morals and Manners. Littell's Living Age 183:777-782. 

IVilliam Morris' Poems. Longman's. Littell's Living Age 211: 

323-336. 

Alfred Lord Tennyson. Eclectic Magazine 129:81 0-81 7 :Dec. 

1897. 

Victorian Literature, Good Words. Littell's Living Age 212:753- 

758. 
LANGUAGE VERSUS LITERATURE AT OXFORD 

By J. Churton Collins. Nineteenth Century 37:290-303: Feb. 1895. 
LANIER, SIDNEY, SOME APPLICATIONS OF 

By W. M. Baskerville. Dial 18:299-301 : March 16. 1895. 
LANIER, SIDNEY: THE POET OF SUNRISE 

By James A. Snoddy. Poet Lore 15:4:89-94. 
LAPSES, BROWNING'S 

By W. H. Browne. American Journal of Philology 32:241:482- 

485. 
LARK IN LEGEND AND SONG. THE 

By Ida Prentice Whitcomb. Poet Lore 15:2:81-94. 
LARMINIE. WILLIAM 

Development of English Metres. Contemporary Review 66:715- 

736:Nov. 1894. 




BROWNINGIANA 195 

LAST CENTURY, SOME CELEBRATED CHARACTERS OF 
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LAST POEMS 

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LAST POEMS BY ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING 

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LAST RIDE, THE 

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U. S. A. Elaborately decorated on parchment. Autographed by 
Elbert Hubbard. 

Independent 61:2: 1402-03 :Dec. 13, 1906. 
By R. Browning. Independent 61 : 1402-1403 :Dec. 13, 1906. 
After Robert Browning. By J. K. Stephen. A Parod\f Anthology, 
(Illustrated.) By Frederick Simpson Colburn. Dial 41 :462:Dec. 
16, 1906. 

See Lee, Vernon, On Limbo. 

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LAST WORDS ON SHELLEY 

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LATER WORKS 

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LATIMER, GEORGE DIMMICK 

A Browning Monologue. Boston Browning Society Papers 173- 

189 821.88 Vbp. 

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LATIN 

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LAUGHLIN. HUGH C 

Select Poems of Robert Browning. English Journal 2:69: Jan. 1913. 

LAURIE, HENRY 

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LAWRENCE, EUGENE 

Current English Literature. A Criticism, outlines and programs for 

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LAWTON, WILLIAM CRANSTON 

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LAWTON'S VERSION OF EURIPIDES 

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LAZARUS, BROWNING'S 

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LAZARUS. EMMA: WOMAN, POET, PATRIOT 

By Mary Cohen. Poet Lore 5:6&7:320-331. 
LE GALLIENNE, RICHARD 

At What Age do Literary Men do Their Best lVor}(? Muniey'* 

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The Old Men of Literature. Literary Digest 48:1 : 49 1-492: March 

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Three American Poets. Forum 45:84:Jan. 1911. 
LE VERT, MME. OCTAVIA WALTON 

Elizabeth Barrett Brontning. Hearth and Home. New Eclectic 

Magazine 4:2:22 1-224: Feb. 1869. 
LEADERS AND MISLEADERS IN HIGH PLACES 

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LEADERSHIP IN SONG 

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LEAVES, NEW 

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Littell's Living Age 245:823: June 24, 1905. Books and Authors. 
LECTURES ON LITERATURE 

By William S. McCormick. Robert Broivning 125-184 820.4 

M131. 

LEE, AGNES 

To Robert Browning. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tan- 
ner 44 821.88 Xht. 
Same. Ly^ric Year 158-9. 

LEE. GERALD STANLEY 

Progress and Poetry. Literary Digest 43:2:1 099 :Dec. 9. 1911. 

LEE. MRS. JEANNETTE 

An Unintended Literary Hoax. Literary Digest 53:2:1 175:Nov. 
4. 1916. 

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LEE. VERNON 

Art and Life. Contemporary Review 69: 658-669: May 1896. 

On Limho. Longman's Magazine. LittelPs Living Age 208:812- 

819. 

Studies in Literary Ps^cholog^. Contemporary Review 85:386- 

392:March 1904. 

Same. Litteil's Living Age 241:213-217. 
LEFFERTS, SARA TAWNEY 

Browning. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 46 821.88 

Xht. 

Same. CentenarXf Addresses 119 821.88 Vnya, 
LEGITIMATE 

Is He a Legitimate Member of the Victorian School? By Mary 

M. Cohen. Poet Lore 12:2:317-320. 
LEICESTER LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY 

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65:1911. Sordello. By Miss Edith Harvey. 821.88 DIIp. 
LEIGH. AURORA 

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LEISURE HOUR 

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1889 821.88 Xbm. 

Same. Litleil's Living Age 180:629-635. 

Letter to a Friend. By Robert Browning. Littell's Living Age 

184:768. 

Literary Coincidences. By John Dennis. Littell's Living Age 192: 

822-824. 

The Poetry of the Century: A Retrospect and Anticipation. By 

John Dennis. Reference to Browning 311-312. Littell's Living 

Age 185:307-312. Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By Jo4m Dennis. 

Littell's Living Age 180:629-635: March 1889. 
LENNOX. M. C. 

The Flight of the Duchess. American Notes and Queries 2:17: 

197:Feb. 23. 1889 821.88. 
LEONARD. LUCILLE PRICE 

DeQuince^'s Dream-Fugue. Poet Lore 28:6:680-690. 

leopardi, giacoma— poet philosopher 

By W. K. Johnson. Fortnightly Review 70:21 : July 1898. 
LESLIE'S, FRANK 

Paragraph devoted to criticism of Arlo Bates. Tal^s on the Siud\f 

of Literature recalls The Ring and the Boo^. 44:720. 

Print from H. Kaulbach's Painting, The Pied Piper of Hamelin. 

By H. Kaulbach. 44:157. 

Stor^ of the Pied Piper Legend. 44:237. 

Talks About New Books. Mention of Mrs. Browning. 44:720. 
LESSONS FROM BROWNING 

By L. M. Sidney. Contents: Last Ride Together, 9; Rabbi Ben 

Ezra, 13; Life in a Love, 24; Meeting at Night and Parting at 

Morning, 26. 821.88 Dslb. 

LETTER FROM ROBERT BROWNING TO WM. MACREADY 

Emerson College Magazine 20:3:131-132:Jan. 1912. (Letter now 

in possession of Miss Gertrude Chamberlin.) 
LETTER FROM ROBERT BROWNING TO MISS ALMA MURRY 

CONCERNING BEATRICE 

Notebook of the Shelley Society 105:May 12, 1886. 



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LETTER, LONDON 

Notes and Nents. See Kingsland, William G. 
LETTER TO A DEAD AUTHOR. A 

By Frank Newbolt. Nineteenth Century 82: 825 -834: Oct. 1917. 
LETTER TO A FRIEND 

By Robert Brcxwning. (Leisure Hour.) Littell's Living Age 184: 

768. 
LETTER. UNPUBLISHED OF BROWNING, AN 

By W. J. Rolfe. Nation 90:159. 
LETTER WRITER, ROBERT BROWNING AS A 

By William G. Kingsland. Poet Lore 8:2:78-84:225-233. 

By Harry Christopher Minchin. Brorvning Centenary 38-45 821 .88 

Vnya. 



LETTERS. AUTOGRAPH 

Chiefly addressed to Robert Browuing, documents in his handivriting, and 

other interesting manuscripts having relation to him. 
ABBOTT, EVELYN 

A letter thanking Browning for a copy of Prince Hohenstiel. 

1871. 
ABERDARE, NORAH 

She thanks him for a copy of a book which Browning had sent 

her. She refers to her father, and also to W. S. Landor. 1888. 
AIDE, HAMILTON 

Thanking Browning for some verses which he had written in a 

book. 1 888. 
ALBEMARLE. LORD 

Postponing an affair which he had planned to give. June 18th. 
BOYLE, MARY 

Asking Browning to call on her some afternoon. May 8th. 

She has been very ill. A friend of hers is going to publish some 

letters of W. S. Landor, and asks Browning to advise her. 1888. 
BRIGADE SURGEON. BOMBAY ARMY 

He sends Browning a copy of Smart's works and asks his opinion. 

1887. 

BRITAIN, N. 

Poem written on reading in a London paper that Mr. Browning 
was going to publish some new poems. 

BROWNING. ROBERT 

Letter to Miss Mary Boyle. June 20, 1881. 

Document in French. Signature of Browning. 1848. 

Letter to Lady Combermere. March 15, 1878. See Plate. 

List of Plate in use, 1862. in the poet's handwriting. 1862. 
BROWNING. SARIANA 

Letter to Miss Lilian Whiting. Jan. 26, 1900. The gift of Miss 

Lilian Whiting. 

BROWNING'S SCRAPS 

Newspaper clippings of Browning's, especially about his works. 
BUNSEN. ERNEST DE 

Referring to Rabbi ben Ezra and A Death in the Desert. 1866. 
BURDETT-COUTTS (BARONESS) 

An invitation. She has just returned from Scotland. 1889. 



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BUTLER. C. 

He sends Browning; a copy of the Basilicon Doron, which he had 
had reprinted. 1887. 

Asking Browning if he cares to become a member of the Rox- 
burgh Club. 1888. 

CHOLMONDELEY, R. 

He asks Browning to bring Carlyle to dinner some day. May 4th. 

COBBE, FRANCES POWER 

She tells Browning that she has just heard that he is opposed to 
the vivisection of animals, and asks permission to sign his name 
to the list which she has. She hopes to kill the bill. Dec. 27th. 
She is writing on behalf of a friend of hers — the new editor of 
the Contemporary Review — and asks for some contribution. 1882. 
She asks Browning to write to Sir Chambers and W. D. Grant 
concerning the W. Reid Bill which is to be voted on April 4. 
1883. 

COURTNEY. LEONARD 

He points out an oversight in The Ring and the Book- 1881. 

CROMBIE, J. M. 

Saying that he is sorry that Browning has learned of the coming 

election, as they had desired to simply notify him after the unani* 

mous election. Nov. 18, 1877. 

Concerning Browning's acceptance of the Lord Rectorship of the 

University of St. Andrews. Nov. 19, 1877. 

Thanking Browning for a little token. Nov. 26, 1877. 

DAWSON. C. A. 

Browning had advised him about writing and now he sends him 
some more poems to criticize. Reference to Mrs. Browning. 1889. 

DICKSON. W. K. 

F4e informs Browning that he has been elected Honoraiy President 
of the Associated Societies of Edinburgh University. 1885. 

DILKE. SIR C. W. 

Written after the death of his wife. 1872. 

FOX MEMORIAL 

A list of the subscriptions. 1864. 

Informing Browning of the death of Fox. and asking for a sub- 
scription. 1 864. 

Thanking Browning for a subscription and enclosing a receipt. 
Latin inscription in Browning's handwriting on the back of this 
envelope. 1 864. 

GIBSON. JAMES 

He asks Browning if he will become the Independent Club nominee 
for the Lord Rectorship of Glasgow University. April 4, 1883. 
He tells Browning how sorry he is that he will not be a candidate 
for the Lord Rectorship of Glasgow University. April 11, 1883. 

GLADSTONE, MARY 

Acknowledging Browning's letter after the death of her husband. 

1880. 

Asking Browning to dine with her. 1885. 

Thanking Browning for sending Ferishtah. She apologizes for 

having sent him a paper on the Duchess. 1885. 

GLADSTONE (MRS. MARY DREW) 

She is sending Browning a little book concerning which she had 
written him before. She acknowledges his letter and is sorry that 
Browning does not believe in Home Rule. 1888. 



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Asking Browning if she might send him a book which she believes 

is a result of his works. She reproaches him for not having sent 

a word of congratulatoin on her marriage. She would have 

valued a present of a book from him. 1868. 
GREEN. H. 

He sends Browning a statement of the amount due and asks if 

he will give possession of the house, Warwick Crescent. 1887. 

Concerning his tenancy of No. 9, Warwick Crescent. 1887. 
GUERRIER, C. DU. 

He has translated Mrs. Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese. 

His letter is addressed to "Sir Robert Browning" and is sent in 

care of the postmaster, as he does not tcrtow drowning*s address. 

It li written in French. Also anolhej letter in French. 1885. 
HAYES, MAI ILDA M. 

A copy of her petition for a literary pension. A short summary 

of her life and works. 1865. 

Acknowledging Browning's letter, and telling what work she has 

done along literary lines. 1865. 

Asking Browning to sign her petition for a pension. 1865. 

HEDDERWICK, T. C. 

He asks Browning's permission to nominate him as a candidate 
for the Lord Rectorship of Glasgow University. June 15, 1871. 
He says that he had written to Browning concerning his candi- 
dacy for the Lord Rectorship of Glasgow University, but has 
received no reply. He requests an answer. July 17, 1871. 
He asks Browning to reconsider his refusal to be a candidate for 
the Lord Rectorship of Glasgow University, and outlines the duties 
of such an office. Aug. 2, 1871. 

HERBERT, AUBERON 

Asking Browning to sign the enclosed paper and stating the plans 
of a committee of which Browning is asked to be a member. 
July 17th. 

Asking Browning's permission to sign his name to the declaration 
of war. April 2nd. 

Asking Browning to dine with him. April 26th. 
He thanks Browning for answering his letter about the National 
Land Company. 1885. 

Telling Browning about the formation of a National Land Com- 
pany, and asking him if he wishes to become a member. Incloses 
a notice of the formation of the Company. 1885. 
He asks Browning to vote in favor of Mr. W. E. Phillpotts as 
a member of the Athenaeum Club. 1877. 

HERTZ, FANNY 

She and Dr. Todhunter had discussed Browning's James Lee's 
Wife, and this led Dr. Todhunter to write his interpretation of 
the poem; and the lady sends Browning a copy of the interpre- 
tation. 1878. 

H. G. H. 

A poem to Robert and Elizabeth Browning. Extracted from an 
unpublished )>olume of poems. 

HOLYOAKE, GEO. JACOB 

He thanks Browning for acknowledging a little book which he 
had sent. He also sends Browning some copies of the Chicago 
Railway Guide which contains some reprints of Browning's poems. 

1885. 



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HOPE, A. J. BERESFORD 

He tells Browning that he is enclosing a request from a Mrs. 
Cayley. 1884. 

He explains that he has just received Browning's letter. He tells 
Browning that he has made Mrs. Cayley very happy by complying 
with her request. 1884. 

HOWARD. GEORGE 

He writes Browning to express his enjoyment of Balaustlon's 
Adventures. 1871. 

KERR, RALPH 

Telling Browning of the death of Lothian. 1870. 
Sending a notice of Lothian's funeral. 1870. 

KINGSLAND. W. G. 

He is enclosing a A^en> Year's card and good wishes in the shape 
of a sonnet. He also encloses a New Year's Hymn which he had 
written for a festival service. 1880. 

KNIGHT. WM. 

Concerning the bestowing of the Lord Rectorship of the University 
of St. Andrews on Browning. 1877. 

He speaks of Browning as a philosopher, and refers to his treat- 
ment of immortality. Asks Browning to attend a meeting of the 
]Vadsworth Society. He also asks him to be a member of a party 
which he is planning. 1881. 

KNOWLES. JAMES 

He asks Browning to write a poem to be set to music and sung at 
the laying of the foundation stone of the Imperial Institute. He 
also asks Browning to dine with him on the day that the Prince 
of Wales does. 1887. 

He asks Browning if he wishes to become a member of the newly 
formed Metaphysical and Psychological Society... He encloses a 
list of those who are already members. 1869. 

LEE. S. L. 

He informs Browning of the formation of a Society at Oxford 
to study his works, encloses a list of the members and asks if he 
has any objections, for he has heard that Browning does not ap- 
prove of such a society. 1881. 

LEFROY. EDWARD 

He is sending Browning some sonnets. 1883. 

LEIGHTON, W., of Wheeling, Va. 

He sends Browning a copy of his Shalicspeare's Dream. 1880. 

LEWIS, ELEANOR 

She writes to correct a misconception which was caused by her 

using the stationery of a friend. 1886. 

She sends him a copy of More's poems. 1886. 

LORDS PRAYER. IN ARABIC. THE 

Written by Aboo the African Prince. 1835. 

LYALL. SIR C. J. 

He speaks of an article which he has written on Omar Khayyam, 

and discusses Omar Khayyam and other Persian poets. 1885. 

He sends Browning some translations of Arabic poetry which he 

has recently printed. 1878. 

He suggests some corrections in the Persian names of Ferishtah't 

Fancies which is bemg published just then. 1884. 

He asks permission to call on Browning. 1885. 

He speaks of the Arabic poetry which he sent him the year before, 

and asks permission to send some more that he has translated. 

1879, 



202 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

MACCLYMONT. C. R. 

He tells Browning how sorry he is that he cannot accept the Lord 

Rectorship ot Glasgow University. Sept. 1871. 

He writes to Robert Barrett Browning and asks him to influence 

his father to accept the Lord Rectorship of Glasgow University. 

1871. 
MAOCAY. J. M. 

He thanks Browning for a gift which he has received. 1877. 
MARSTON. WESTLAND 

He says that his friends are endeavoring to secure him a pension 

and asks Browning to please send him a testimonial which will 

help to secure him the desired favor. 1877. 

He thanks Browning for having sent him a testimonial which will 

aid him in getting a pension. 1877. 
McREATH. JAMES 

Thanking him for his translation of Agamemnon. 1877. 
MEMORANDA ON FRENCH HISTORICAL PERSONAGES 

Four lines in the handwriting of Robert Browning, Sr., and two 

in the handwriting of the poet. 
MITCHELL. ELLEN 

She sends Browning a copy of the constitution and plans of the 

Chicago Browning Society. 1866. 
MOHL, MARY 

She tells about Mrs. King, whom she met recently, and says that 

Mrs. King was an ardent admirer of Mrs. Browning. Asks 

Browning to dine. 1875. 
MORLEY. HENRY 

He speaks of different works of Browning's. 1878. 
MORRISON. J. T. 

Concerning the Lord Rectorship of Edinburgh University. 1886. 
MUNBY, A. J. 

He writes to Mr. Furnivall on behalf of a lady who wishes an 

autograph of Browning. Then he tells of an incident of a Vicar'j 

wife who had never heard of Browning. 1887. 
MUNDELLA, A. J. 

He asks Browning to dine with him and to meet some admirers 

and friends. 1875. 
MURRAY, JAMES 

He acknowledges a letter from Browning, and says that he is 

glad that Browning enjoyed Alma Murray's recital. He encloses 

a poem which he has written in French, to Victor Hugo after 

reading his last will and testament. 1885. 

He speaks of having taught Robert Barrett Browning, and then 

asks Browning to go hear Alma Murray read Pippa Passes. 1888. 

PAGET, VIOLA 

She is sending her brother's verses to Browning and asks him to 
glance at them if he has time. Oct. 8th. 

She says that she is sending a copy of a new book of hers, Baldivin, 
for it contains some notes upon Caponsacchi. These notes are 
the result of some discussions with Enrico Nencioni. 1886. 
She is sending Browning a volume of her brother's poems and 
asks that it be allowed to lie on the table or even be used in 
lighting his kitchen fire. 1882. 

PALGRAVE. F. T. 

He admits that he was in the wrong about the Cowper pedigree. 
He says that he is anxious to see Browning's Alcestis. 1871. 



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He asks Browning, since he has refused to be a candidate for the 

Poetry Professorship, if he will serve on a committee as he 

(Palgrave) is a candidate. 1877. 
PAPERS 

Newspaper clippings concerning the graves of Theodore Parker 

and Mrs. Browning. 1862. 

Also a clipping concerning Browning's nomination to the Lord 

Rectorship of St. Andrews. 1868. 

Various clippings and folders of Browning's. A calling card of 

Robert Barrett Browning. 
PATON, ALLAN PARK 

He tells Browning that he has some letters of Mrs. Browning, 

which she wrote to him when he sent her some of his poems. He 

offers them to Browning. 1883. 
PATRICK, M. 

Informing him of the students' desire for him to be elected Lord 

Rector of the University of St. Andrews. 1889. 
PENNELL, H. C . 

He is sending Browning his Puc}( on Pegasus and says that there 

is a shot at him (Browning) in it. 1869. 
POLLOCK, W. H. 

He asks Browning if he would like to join a Rabelais Club, 

which is being formed. He includes a list of those already mem- 
bers. 1879. 
RAMSEY. JAMES 

He tells Browning about the failure of one of his law cases. 1878. 
R. C. 

He writes Browning about the title of a book by "A. C," and 

also aboait the dedication, which is to be to Browning. 1871. 
REDFORD. G. 

Attempting to correct a criticism of the work of Robert Barrett 

Browning. 1 880. 

REED, E. J. 

He is sending Browning a copy of his book on Japan. 1880. 

RUSSELL, LADY E. A. 

She reminds him that he is to dine with her to meet Tom Brown. 

Jan. 1. 1863. 

She thanks him for some crackers. She hopes to see him New 

Year's Day. Dec. 31. 1863. 

She reminds Browning that he was supposed to dine with her the 

day before. Feb. 12, 1864. 

He has failed to appear at a dinner which shewas giving. Feb. 

13. 1864. 

She writes about some friends "The Stows" who have left town. 

Then she reminds him of an engagement. Nov. 10, 1864. 

She writes to say that she is sorry that Robert Barrett Browning 

is ill. Feb. 14. 1865. 

Very disconnected. She tells of some one who is to marry his 

cousin who will not answer because of her provincialism. Feb. 

16, 1865. 

She asks him to dinner if he has lime. Feb. 25, 1865. 

She has not been to see Browning for some time because there is 

a great deal of illness, and she is afraid of infection on account 

of her grandchildren. Mar. 28. 1865. 

Memoranda in Latin. Asks him to come to meet Cartwright. July 

14. 1865. 



204 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

She asks him to call after dinner to meet some friends. 
6, 1865. 

She tells Browning to come the next day if he wishes 
Carlwright. Dec. 3. 

She asks him to dine with her. Dec. 26, 1865. 
She asks him to dine with her the next day. Jan. 28, 
She has been ill again with bronchitis. July 21, 1867. 
She thanks Browning for having "executed a frivolous 
sion" for her while he was in Paris. May 1, 1869. 
She tells him that she has been ill and asks him to 
has time. July 14, 1869. 

Very curious "Why are we born to suffer?" She has been in 
great pain. April 2, 1870. 

She asks Browning to dine with her to meet Mile. Mohl. June 
13. 1870. 

"Peter Simple could not more innocently" — and she proceeds to 
ask Browning to dine the following evening and to call whenever 
he can. June 25, 1870. 

She reminds him of an engagement to dine with her. 
She has to cancel an engagement for dinner because of the death 
of Lord Clarendon, an early acquaintance. June 27, 1870. 
SALISBURY, G. 

He is sorry that Browning will not be able to be with the Society 
on the 14th. June 8, 1882. 

SANDFORD, JANE 

She writes to renew an old acquaintance. May 5, 1868. 

He has not answered her last lettei so she writes Browning again. 

Feb. 28, 1869. 

Very long and interesting. She tells him about herself. She has 

evidently known the Brownings for a long time. July 5, 1868. 

SEELEY, J. R. 

He asks Browning to lecture to the members of the University 
College, Oxford. Nov. 19th. 

He begs Brownmg's pardon lor persisting about the lecture, but 
he did not understand Browning's attitude towards lecturing. 
Nov. 15, 1868. 

SIMON, O. J. 

He writes Browning concerning the oppression of the Jews in 
Russia, and asks Browning's permission to sign his name to a 
requisition to the Vice Chancellor of Oxford about calling a 
meeting. 1882. 

SKELTON, JOHN 

He is sending Browning a copy of Eraser's Magazine, in which 
he has expressed his admiration for Browning's poetry. Mar. 16, 
1863. 

SMITH, J. BROWNING 

He gives Browning some information about the early Brownings; 

together with a pedigree of the Browning and Smith families. 

1873. 
SMITH. ADAMS CLARKE 

He says that he has some very valuable books of Mr. H. S. 

Boyd, some of which contain references to Mrs. Browning, and 

he asks Browning if he cares to buy them. 1887. 

He says that he is sending Mr. Boyd's books to Browning and 

he tells something of their history. 1887. 




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SMITH. MARY 

She asks Browning if he can give her any information about 
Salvini, who has suddenly left town. 1876. 

SPEDDING, JAMES 

Invites Browning to dinner to meet his mother. 1867. 

STANLEY. DEAN 

He encloses to Browning a letter from Mr. Knight which he has 
received asking him to inform Browning of the students choice 
for Lord Rectorship of the University of St. Andrews. 1877. 

SUTHERLAND, WM. 

Asking Browning if he will accept the nomination for the Lord 
Rectorship of the University of St. Andrews. 1884. 

TAYLOR. JAMES 

He asks Browning if he will be the candidate for the Lord 
Rectorship of Edinburgh University. 1883. 

THOMPSON, S. R. 

He sends Browning some flowers to congratulate him. In a post- 
script he announces a short series of articles on Browning's musical 
poems. 

THORN. WM. 

He sends Browning some information about the origin of some 
words. 1 864. 

TOMKINS. KATE 

She sends Browning some poems which she has written and asks 
his opinion. May 18. 1887. 

Browning evidently encouraged her to continue her work, for she 
writes thanking him for his kind words. June 9, 1887. 

TREVELYAN. G. O. 

He asks Browning for his support in the Ballot at the Athenaeum 
Club. 1877. 

TULLOCH. WM. 

Concerning the bestowing of the Lord Rectorship of the University 
of St. Andrews. 1869. 

WALDSTEIN. CHARLES 

He tells Browning about a passage in Thucydides which might 
form the ground work for a poem similar in character to those in 
his Dramatic Idyls. 1888. 

WEBSTER. JAMES C. 

He informs Browning that he has been made a member of the 
Athenaeum Club. 1862. 

WELL WOOD, JOHN 

He informs Browning of the desire of the University Independent 
Club that he be their candidate for the Lord Rectorship of Glas- 
glow University. The envelope is endorsed in Browning's hand- 
writing Rectorship of Clasgow University. 1876. 

WILLIAMS. REV. J. D. 

He has recently been made Vicar of Bottisham. He tells of an 
incident on St. Lukes Day when a Prof, of St. Andrews spoke 
on Browning. 1880. 

WISEMAN. XAVIERE 

Endorsed in Browning's handwriting From Cardinal Wisemans 
Mother, R. D., '84. She expresses her pleasure in knowing that 
the Brownings had not suffered from the heat. She continues to 
say that they are very humble as to the political affairs. 1848. 

WOODROFFE. L. 

He asks Browning who is the subject of the lines The Lost 
Leader. 1870. 



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THE 

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LITERARY BOSTON 

By Lilian Whiting. Cosmopolitan 10:209:Dec. 1890. 
LITERARY CENTENIALS 

By Annie Kimbal Tuell. Atlantic Monthly 109: 103- 107: Jan. 

1912. 
LITERARY CHAM AND HIS COURT, A 

By H. S. Escott. Fortnightly Review 100:904 :Nov. 1913. 
LITERARY CHICAGO AND CONAN DOYLE 

Editorial. Literary Digest 10: 103: Nov. 24, 1894. 

LITERARY COINCIDENCES 

By John Dennis. (Leisure Hour.) Littell's Living Age 192:822- 

824. 
LITERARY COMBAT. A COCKPIT 

By Andrew Lang. Dial 44:167:March 16, 1908. 
LITERARY CONFERENCES 

By Walter Besant. Contemporary Review 65:121-139:Jan. 1894. 
LITERARY COURTSHIPS 

By Eleanor A. Towle. (Fortnightly Review.) Littell's Living 

Age 223:220-231. 

LITERARY CRITICISM, CONTRADICTION OF 

Editorial. Literary Digest 25:340:Sept. 20, 1902. 

LITERARY CULTURE, THE WORTH OF 

By Prof. Arlo Bates. Literary Digest 1 5:733-734 :Oct. 16. 1897. 

LITERARY CURIOSITY. A 

Atlantic Monthly 54:398-41 3 :Sep». 1884 
LITERARY DIGEST 

Advice to Young Authors. By Edgar Fawcett. 13:202-3:June 13, 

1896. 

American and European Literature of the Past Tvto Decades. By 

Editor. 20:573-574, 



212 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

The American Production of Ulysses. Editorial. 27:385:Scpl. 

26, 1903. 

Americas Dehl to British Poetr}). By Mr. Stedman. 22:316: 

March 16. 1901. 

The Edwin Arnold Infatuation. By W. S. Smalley. 11 :521-522: 

Aug. 31, 1895. 

Arnold's Hold on Immortality. 36:730:May 16, 1908. 

Art's Decline and Fall. 41 :546:Ocl. 1, 1910 050 J712. 

As to Reading in Red. Editorial. 28:112:Jan. 23, 1904. 

Alfred Austin and His Critics. By Editor. 21 :582:Nov. 17, 1900. 

The Best Poetry for Cirls. By Henry Van Dyke. 28:324-325: 

March 5, 1904. 

Books. 28:788-789:May 28, 1904; 30:254-255 :Feb. 18, 1905. 

Books Received. 25:534:Oct. 25, 1902; 28:637:April 30, 1904; 

28:751 :May 21, 1904; 29:694:Nov. 19. 1904; 30:27:Jan. 7. 

1905. 

Same. (Advertisement.) By Henry Frowde. 31:1002:Dec. 30, 

1905. 

Same. (Advertisement.) By Eward Howard Griggs. 31 :887-888: 

Dec. 9, 1905. 

Same. (Advertisement.) By Frederic G. Kenyon. 32:848: June 

2, 1906. 

A Brief for Literature as a Profession. By Col. Thomas Went- 

worth Higginson. 31 :271 :Aug. 26, 1905. 

Robert Browning. (Poem.) By Henry Van Dyke. 44:2:1110. 

Browning and How to Stud^ Him. By Hamilton W. Mabie. 20: 

781:June 23. 1900. 

Robert Browning as a Dramatist. By Edv/ard Dowden. 28:843- 

844: June 11, 1904. 

Browning as The Preachers Poet. By Charles Frederick Aked. 

31:536:Oct. 14. 1905. 

Browning in Nickelodeons. 39:681 -682: Oct. 23. 1909. 

Browning on His Own Obscurit]). 32:937:June 23, 1906. 

Robert Browning's Attitude of Detachment. By Stopford Brooke. 

26: 149- 150: Jan. 31, 1903. 

Mrs. Browning's Ethical Impulse. By Thomas Bradfield. 13:715: 

Oct. 3, 1896. 

Browning's Intellectual Equipment. By Dean Farrar. 14:552: 

March 6, 1897. 

Browning's Lineage. By Henry Van Dyke. 34:266:Feb. 16, 1907. 

Mrs. Browning's Preeminence. Editorial. 16:553:May 7, 1898. 

Browning's Profoundest Poem. By T. W. Higginson. 23:39: 

July 13, 1901. 

The Brownings' Romance as Reflected in Their Poetry. 31:609- 

610:Oct. 28, 1905. 

A Busy Lifetime of Lofty Endeavor. 30:2l6:Feb. 11, 1905. 

Can Literature Be Taught? Editorial. 22: 724-725: June 15, 1901. 

A Chat About Longfellow. By R. H. Stoddard. 12:310-31 1 :Jan. 

11, 1896. 

Cherishing the Minor Poets. By Sidney Low. 40:62: Ian. 8. 
1910. J • 

Christianity's Dependence Upon Literature. By Henry Van Dyke. 
31:957-958:Dec. 23. 1905. 

Clouded Literary Lives. By Sidney Low. 39:482:Sept. 25, 1909. 
Colleges Blamed for Our Lack of Author§. By William W. Ells- 




BROWNINCIANA M 

worth. 53:2:304-305:Aug. 5. 1916. 

Colonel Higginson's Life of Longfellow. By T. W. Higginson. 

25 -.868-870 :Dec. 27, 1902. 

Complete IVor^s of Robert Brorvning. By George D. Spraul. 20: 

291 :March 3, 1900. 

Conditions of Great Poetry. By W. E. Henley. 21 :729:Dec. 15, 

1900. 

Contradiction of Literary Criticism. Editorial. 25:340:Sept. 20, 

1902. 

/. F. Coopers Rank a* No\>elist. By William L. Alden. 18:339: 

March 25, 1899. 

The Courtship of Robert Browning. Editorial. 15:879-880: Nov. 

20, 1897. 

Coventry Patmore, the Poet of Love. Editorial. 14:519-521: 

Feb. 27. 1894. 

Current Poetry. Editorial. 52:1 :75:Jan. 8, 1916; 53:1:198-202: 

July 22. 1916. ^ 

Defending KeaCs Love Letters. By Prof. Albert E. Hancock. 37: 

633-634 :Oct. 31, 1908. 

Defending Literary Fads. By Howells. 40:1 178: June 11, 1910. 

A Defense of Mrs. Browning's Father. By C. J. Moulton Barrett. 

18:578:May 20, 1899. 

A Defense of the Split Infinitive. By Dr. Thomas R. Lounsbury. 

28:653 :May 7. 1904. 

Democratizing Shakespeare. Editorial. 52:2: 1452- 1453: May 20, 

1916. 

Does Industrialism Kill Literature? By Dr. C. A. Smith. 24:671 : 

May 17, 1902. 

Dumas and D'Artagnan. By Walter Shaw Sparrow. 15:462-63: 

Aug. 14. 1897. 

A Duel of Literary Reputation. By Charles Leonard Moore. 46: 

l:710-711:March29. 1913. 

The Ebb-Tide of Poetry and Criticism. By Rev. Stopford Brooke. 

21:691:Dec. 8. 1900. 

Mrs. Eddy and Her Views. By J. I. C. Clarke. 22:730-731: 

June 15. 1901. 

Dr. Eliot's Five Feet of Books. By Dr. Eliot. 39:57-58: July 10, 

1908. 

The English Hall of Fame. 35:872:Dec. 7, 1907. 

Failure of Great Writers as Dramatists. Editorial. 26:785-786: 

May 30, 1903. 

A Few of Frederick Locker s Confidences. Frederick Locker- 

Lampson. 13:12: May 2, 1 896. 

A Forgotten Rival of Tennyson and Browning. By Edmund Gosse. 

18:458-459: April 22, 1899. 

The Genius of Christina Rossetti. 28:804:June 4, 1904. 

The Gethsemane of Literature. By James Douglas. 43:2:738: 

Oct. 28, 1911. 

Gladstone's Warning to Verse Makers. Editorial. 13:425-426: 

Aug. 1. 1886. 

A Glance at Some of Stedman's Work' By Mary J. Reid. 10: 

341-342:Jan. 19. 1895. 

A Glimpse of Froude at Home. By Mrs. Alexander Ireland. 10: 

490:Feb. 23. 1895. 

The Greatest Books of the Century. By Editor. 21 :797:Dcc. 29, 

1900. 



214 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

The Greatest of Women Poets. Editorial. 18:309: March 18. 
1899. 

A Guide to the New Books. 33 :913-914:Dec. 15, 1906; 35:759- 
760:Nov. 16, 1907; 39:633-639:Oct. 16, 1909. 
Hawthorne Through His Wife's Eyes. Editorial. 15:41 42:May 
8. 1897. 

How Browning Made a Christian. By Dr. Edward Berdoe. 12: 
531: Feb. 29, 1896. 

How Browning's Fame Was Delay^ed. By H. W. Temple. 15:26: 
May 1, 1897. 

How Browning's Fame Was Delayed Twenty Years. By Dean 
Farrar. 14:701 : April 10, 1897. 

How One of Mrs. Browning's BooJ^s Was Named. By Edmund 
Gosse. 10:493 :Feb. 23, 1895. 

An Ideal Literary Marriage. 37:426-427:Sept. 26, 1908. 
Ten Years of English Literature. By Edmund Gosse. 15:521-522: 
Aug. 28, 1897. 

India Moving Christward. By Harold Begbie. 48:1 :68-69:Jan. 
10. 1914. 

Individualism as the Keynote of Nineteenth Century Literature. By 
Edmund Gosse. 22:345:March 23, 1901. 

Intellectual Leadership of George William Curtis. By Henry 
Mills Alden. 28:44: Jan. 9. 1904. 

Henry James and Others on Browning. By Sir Arthur Pincro and 
Henry James. 44:2:1 159-1 160: June 1, 1912. 
Keat's Ode on Melancholy, as First Written. By Thomas Went- 
worth Higginson. 13:202: June 13, 1896. 

Walter Savage Landors Letters to Miss Paynter. Editorial. 18: 
398-399: April 8, 1899. 

Andrew Lang on Tennyson. By Andrew Lang. 24:320-321 : 
March 8, 1902. 

Letters by Robert Browning. By Wm. G. Kingsland. 14:425-26: 
Feb. 6. 1897. 

Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson. By Sydney Colvin. 18:249- 
250: March 4, 1899. 

The Life of Alfred Tennyson. Editorial. 15:850-853 :Nov. 13, 
1897. 

Literary Chicago and Conan Doyle. Editorial. 10:103 :Nov. 24, 
1894. 

Literary Gems for the British Red Cross. By J. P. Collins. 57: 
,30-31 :April 20, 1918. 

Literary Qualities of Disraeli. By Walter Sichel. 29:642:Nov. 
12, 1904. 

Literature in 1903. 28:141-142:Jan. 30, 1904. 
Literature of the Nineteenth Century, a Retrospect. 20:77-78: 
Jan. 20, 1900. 

Longfellow Through Bliss Carman's Eyes. 16:459-460: April 16, 
1898. 

Love Letters of Two Poets. By Alice Meynell. 18:425-426: April 
15, 1899. 

Love Letters, Real and Otherwise. Editorial. 22:506:April 27, 
1901. 

Lyric Poetry of England, Ireland and America Compared. By 
Chas. L. Moore. 23:492-493:Oct. 26, 1901. 

A Maeterlinck Play in Philadelphia. Editorial. 26:61 3-61 4: April 
25, 1903. 




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Maeterlinclc's Monna Vanna and Robert Broivning. By William 

Lyon Phelps. 26:456-457: March 28. 1903. 

Edmn Markham on the Poetry of Poe. 28:91 2: June 25. 1904. 

Edwin Markham's Book of Poems. Editorial. 18:695-696: June 

17. 1899. 

Edivin Markham's Estimate of Kipling. 26:11:Jan. 3, 1903. 

Meredith as a Poet. By M. Sturge Henderson. 36:341 -42: March 

7, 1908. 

Mesmerism. By Ezra Pound. 44:2:1110. 

The Modern Note in Literature. By Claude Bragdon. 27:897: 

Dec. 26. 1903. 

More of Max Mailer's Literary Recollections. 14:670-671 : April 

3. 1897. 

More Light on Patmores Character. By Edmund Gosse. 14:700- 

701:April 10. 1897. 

Mosaic Poetry. 39:494:Sept. 25. 1909. 

The Moses of Michael Angela. By Robert Browning. 49:2:1234: 

Dec. 19. 1914. 

Motives and Methods of Authorship. By G. Eyre-Todd. 12: 

640-641. 

Prof. Max Mullers Recollections of Froude and Kingsley. 14: 

427-28:Feb. 6. 1897. 

Musical Possibilities of Poe's Poems. By Charles Sanford Skitlon. 

10:400:Feb. 2, 1895. 

Necessary Conditions of Great Poetry. By W. H. Mallock. 21 : 

248-249 :Sept. 1. 1900. 

The New Fiction. By Henry Mills Alden. 37:321 :Sept. 5. 1908. 

A New Theory of Walt Whitmans Genius. By Dr. R. Maurice 

Bucke. 18:487-488: April 29. 1899. 

Notes (Mrs. Browning). Editorial. I8:698:june 17. 1899. 

Alfred Noyes for Princeton. Editorial. 48:1 :552-553:March 14. 

1914. 

An Ode to the Centenary of the Birth of Robert Browning. Poem. 

By George Sterling. 44:2:1 108:May 25. 1912. 

Same. Forum 49:97-99. 

The Old Epic and the New. Editorial. 26: 885 -886: June 20. 1903. 

The Old Men of Literature. By Richard Le GalUenne. 48:1 :491- 

492:March 7. 1914. 

The One Thousand Best BooI(s of the Providence Library. By 

Editor. 22:475: April 20. 1901. 

Palgrave and His Friends. Editorial. 18:518:May 6, 1899. 

Parthian Shots at Pre-Raffaelite Poets. By Stephen Crane. 41 : 

2:647-48:Dec. 15. 1910 050 J712. 

The Past and Present in Literature. By Editor. 22: 128: Feb. 2, 

1901. 

Penalty of Meredith's Style. By Paul Elmer More. 30:891 : June 

17. 1905. 

A Plea for the Poets. Editorial. 13:267-268: June 27. 1896. 

A Poem Which Was Mistaken for Browning's. By Ophelia G. 

Browning. 19:130:July 29. 1899. 

Poe's Place as a Critic. Editorial. 26:379-380: March 14, 1903 

The Poet in Modern Life. Editorial. 27:772:Dec. 5. 1903. 

The Poet Laureates Latest. 14:583 :March 13. 1897. 

The Poet of the Real. By G. W. Hulton. 37: 158- 159: Aug. 1, 

1908. 



216 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

A Poet of Transcendental Life. 41 :792-793:Nov. 5. 1910 
J712. 

Poetry^ and Profits. Editorial. 46:2: 1428: June 28. 1913. 
The Poetry? of Social Revolt. 25: 342-343: Sept. 20, 1902. 
Poetr]f, War and Mr. Hoivells. Editorial. 18:607: May 27, 1899. 
A Poet IV ho Lives fcj; His Verse. 33:425-426:Sepl. 29, 1906. 
A Poet's Painter. Editorial. 54:2:1 164-1 165: April 21, 1917. 
Present Conditions of Literary Production. By Paul Shorey. 13: 
521: Aug. 22. 1896. 

The Present Ebb-Tide of English Literature. By Edward Dicey. 
21:69:July 21. 1900. 

Progress and Poetry. By Gerald Stanley Lee. 43:2: 1099 :Dec. 9, 
1911. 

Prometheus Again in Drama. 30: 70: Jan. 14, 1905. 
The Question of Greatness in Literature. By W. P. Trent. 24: 
865-866: June 28, 1902. 

Recollection of Moncure D. Conr»a}f. 30: 53-54: Jan. 14, 1905. 
Religious Influence of Rudyard Kipling. By Rev. J. T. Sunder- 
land. 19:258-259: Aug. 26. 1899. 

The Renascence of Wonder in English Poetry. By Theodore 
Watts Dunton. 28:698:May 14. 1904. 

Room in Westminster for Mrs. Bror>fning. By Elizabeth Porter 
Gould. 11:373: July 27, 1895. 

Christina Rosselti. Editorial. 10:312-313 :Jan. 12, 1895. 
Christina Rossetti Contrasted With Mrs. Browning. By Mrs. Alice 
Law. ll:42:May 11. 1895. 

Dante Gabriel Rossetti' s Diseased Genius. Editorial. 13:746-747. 
Rossetti s Isolation in Nineteenth Century Prose. By Arthur C. 
Benson. 28: 587-588: April 23. 1904. 

The Secret of Life in Poetry. By Prof. W. J. Courthope. 13:588- 
589:Sept. 5. 1896. 

Shal^espeare's View on Immortality. By Dr. Frederick Lynch. 
52:2: 1066: April 15. 1916. 

Should the Bible Be Dramatized? By Rev. F. W. Gunsaulus. 
19:378-3 79 :Sept. 23. 1899. 

Should Love Letters Be Published? Editorial. 23:190-191 : Aug. 
17. 1901. 

A Sketch of Ian MacLaren. By Rev. D. M. Ross. 13:810-11: 
Oct. 24. 1896. 

Goldwin Smith on The Poetry of England. By Goldwin Smith. 
29:752-753 :Dec. 3. 1904. 

Some Blunders of Critics. By Charles Dudley Warner. 15:702- 
703:Oct. 9. 1897. 

Some Memories of Tennyson, Browning and George Eliot. By 
Justin McCarthy. 19:40:July 8. 1899. 

Some Reconsidered Reputations. Editorial. 18:248-249: March 4, 
1899. 

Still More Books. 29:28: July 2, 1904. 

Study of Dictionaries. By William Mathews. 13:525: Aug. 22, 
1896. 

A Superb Monster. 30: 143- 144: Jan. 28, 1905. 
Symonds as an Interpreter of Italy. By John Addington Symonds. 
10:281 -282: Jan. 5. 1895. 

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, The Anglo- African Composer. 29:835- 
836:Dec. 17. 1904. 




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Tennyson and Other Poets as Dramatists. Editorial. 15:548-549: 

Sept. 4, 1897. 

Tennyson as a Minor Poet. Editorial. 48:1 :6l 9-620: March 21, 

1914. 

Tennyson, The Poet of the English Race. By Arthur Waugh. 

13:330:July 11. 1896. 

Tennyson's Mission. By W. S. Lilly. l4:639:March 27. 1897. 

Thoughts About a Nevt Poetical DaT»n. By Thomas Bradfield. 

11:230: June 29, 1895. 

Three Octogenarian Poets. Editorial. ll:160:June 8, 1895. 

The Two Bobbies. By Tom B. Meteyard. 10:73 :Nov. 17, 1894. 

An Unintended Literary Hoax. By Mr$. Jennette Lee. 53:2: 

1175:Nov. 4, 1916. 

What Does the Bible Really Teach as to Divorce? Editorial. 18: 

673-675: June 10, 1899. 

What Is the True Province of Poetry? Editorial. 18:365: April 

1. 1899. 

What Kipling as a Poet Lacks. Editorial. l6:222:Feb. 19. 1898. 

When a Nation Hates. Editorial. 49:2:954-955:Nov. 14, 1914. 

Whitman and Brorvning as Poets of Barbarism. By George San- 

tayana. 20:360-361. 

Why Bron>ning Is Not More Popular. By E. L. Burlingame. 15: 

399-400: July 31, 1897. 

Why Is BroJi>ning Popular? By Paul Elmer More. 30:775-776: 

May 27, 1905. 

Woman's Viewpoint in Poetry. Editorial. 35: 127- 128: July 27, 

1907. 

Women and Poetry. Editorial. 18:279-280: March 11. 1899. 

Women as Potrrayed in English Literature. Editorial. 16:703-704: 

June 11, 1898. 

Women in American Literature. Editorial. 14:265-66: Jan. 2, 

1897. 

Women in Literature. By Kate Upson Clarke. 19:61 4 :Nov. 18, 

1899. 

The Worth of Literary Culture. By Prof. Arlo Bates. 15:733- 

734:Oct. 16. 1897. 

LITERARY DILETTANTEISM 

By W. G. Kingsland. Poet Lore 6:10:512-518. 
LITERARY ELEMENT IN MODERN SIDE EDUCATION IN 

ENGLISH PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

By E. C. Everard Owen. Contemporary Review 102:2:560-566. 
LITERARY ESSAYS 

By Geo. Edward Woodberry. On Browning's Death 59 824.91 

W8811. 
LITERARY FRIENDSHIP. AN IRISH POET'S 

By Percy F. Bicknell. Dial 44:69-70: Feb. 1, 1908. 
LITERARY GEMS FOR THE BRITISH RED CROSS 

By J. P. Collins. Literary Digest 57:30-31 : April 30, 1918. 
LITERARY GOSSIP 

Athenaeum 2881 :54-55: July 13. 1883; 2945 :444-445 : April 5, 

1884; 3217:794:June 22, 1889; 3234:524-525:Oct. 19, 1889; 

3242:823-824:Dec. 14. 1889; 3243: 860-862: Dec. 21. 1889; 3244 

897-898:Dec. 28. 1889; 3246:50-51 : Jan. 11. 1890; 3247:86-87 

Jan. 18. 1890; 3255:342-343: March 15. 1890; 3264:642-643 

May 17, 1890; 3267: 739-740: June 7. 1890; 3271 :36-38:July 5. 

1890; 3282:388-390:Sept. 20. 1890; 3285:484-486:Oct. 11. 1890; 



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3293:778-779:Dec. 6. 1890; 331 1 :475-476 -.April 11, 1891 ; 3334: 

389-390:Sept. 19, 1891; 3337:487-488:Oct. 10, 1891; 3338:519- 

520:Oct. 17, 1891; 3343: 688-689: Nov. 21, 1891; 3357:278-279: 

Feb. 27, 1892; 3366:566-567: April 30, 1892; 3433 :229 : Aug. 12, 

1893; 3438:389-390:Sept. 16, 1893; 3446:665-666:Nov. 11, 

1893; 3485: 196- 197: Aug. 11, 1894; 3488:290-291 : Sept. 1, 1894; 

3583:846:June 27, 1896; 3608:875-876:Dec. 19. 1896; 3622: 

418-419:March 27. 1897; 3634:81 1-81 2: June 9, 1897; 3650:491- 

492:Oct. 9, 1897; 3662:24-25:Jan. 1, 1898; 3704:572-573 :Oci. 

22, 1898; 4024:807-808:Dec. 10. 1904. 
LITERARY HELP 

(Punch.) Liltell's Living Age 261-123. 
LITERARY HISTORY OF AMERICA 

By Charlotte Porter. Poet Lore 13:3:439-448. 
LITERARY INSPIRATION OF IMPERIALISM. THE 

Eclectic Magazine 135:151-161 :July 1900. 

Scottish Review. Littell's Living Age 225:801-811. 
LITERARY LIFE. THE 

Pen Pictures of Modern Authors. By William Shepard. (T3rpe- 

written) 821.88 Bsm. 
LITERARY LONDON. MORE MEMORIES OF 

By E. G. J. Dial 18:8-10:Jan. 1. 1895. 
LITERARY LONDON TWENTY YEARS AGO 

Atlantic Monthly. By Thomas Wentworth Higginson. 80:753- 

761:Dec. 1897. 
LITERARY MAN. A 

By Harriet Jay. Academy. Littell's Living Age 237:378-381. 
LITERARY MEN. AT WHAT AGE THEY DO THEIR BEST 

WORK? 

By Richard Le Gallienne. 51 :273-277:March 1914. 
LITERARY MOSAIC 

By Chas. W. Hodell. Ring and the Book. 821.88 Hrhm. 

Modern Language 23:3:510-519. 
LITERARY NOTES 

Independent 39:1:176; 41:2:1154 41:2:1659; 51:141:1899; 57: 

1216:1904; 66:1402. 

Tennyson's reference to Sale of Love Letters. Independent 74: 

591. 

Outlook 58:982: April 16. 1898. 
LITERARY NOTES: AN ADDRESS BY MR. AUGUSTINE BIR- 

RELL 

By Editor. Outlook 58: 188: Jan. 15. 1898. 
LITERARY NOTES (LETTERS OF ELIZABETH BROWNING) 

Outlook 57 :336:Oct. 2. 1897. 
LITERARY NOTES (SALE OF BROWNING'S LETTERS) 

Outlook 50:515:Sept. 29. 1894. 

LITERARY PORTRAITS 

By G. K. Chesterton and J. E. H. Williams. Bookman 12:472- 
481. 

LITERARY QUALITIES OF DISRAELI 

By Walter Sichel. Literary Digest 29:642:Nov. 12, 1904. 

LITERARY READINGS 

Munsey's Magazine 15:507:July 1896. 

LITERARY RECOLLECTIONS 

By F. Max Mueller. Cosroopolii. Littell'* Living Age 213:75-89. 





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LITERARY SCRAP HEAP. THE 

Baylor Literary 22:28-31 : Feb. 1914. 

LITERARY SHRINES. THE FINANCE OF 

By William G. Fitzgerald. Munsey's Magazine 37:733-743:Sept. 
1907. 

LITERARY STUDIES 

Broivnings Chrisimai Eve 108-129 804 B3661». 
By Dorothea Beale. Religious Teachings of Broivning 83-107, 
IVordsTvorth, Tcnny^son and Bromning, or Pure Ornate and Gro- 
tesque Art in English Poetry. By Walter Bagehot. (Reprinted 
from the National Review.) 19:27 821.88 Dcg. 
By A. A. Jack. "Contemporary Review 101 :444-445: March 1912. 

LITERARY STUDY, THE AIMS OF 

By Oscar Lovell Trigg. Dial 18:203-4: April 1. 1895. 

LITERARY TEACHING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

By E. C. Everard Owen. Contemporary Review 102:2:560-566. 

LITERARY TREASURES UNEARTHED 

Mrs. Browning's Opinion on Tennyson. By William G. Kingsland. 
Poet Lore 8:1:23-27. 

LITERARY WORLD, THE' 

Asolando. 21:l:3:Jan. 4, 1890 821.88 Xmal. 
Broivning Clubs in the United States. By Hiram Corson. 14:8: 
127:April21, 1883. 

Robert Brorvning. 20:26:480: Dec. 21, 1889 821.88 Xmal. 
Browning Room at WellesleXf. 14:11 : 176- 177: June 2. 1883 821.88 
Xmal. 

Browning's Agamemnon. Review of La Saisiaz, and Dramatic 
Id}fls. 13:419:Dec. 2.1882 821.88 Xmal. 

Brownings Poems. (Under Review.) 149:487-488:Dec. 8, 1849 
821.88 Xmal. 

An editorial on Robert Browning. 20:480:Dec. 21, 1889 821.88 
Xmal. 

Magazine Articles: 1. Unique Poems — Browning's Dulse's Inter- 
view IVith Envoy, 193:Sept. 1849; 2, Reviews — Robert Brown- 
ing's Poems, 487:Dec. 8, 1849; 3, Reviews — Browning's Aga- 
memnon, 419:Dec. 2, 1882; 4, Selections From Browning, 58: 
Feb. 24, 1883; 5, Browning Clubs in the United States, by Hiram 
Corson, 127:April 21. 1883; 6, Selections From Browning, 157: 
May 19. 1883; 7, Living English Poets, 172: June 2. 1883; 8, 
Robert Browning, 480:Dec. 21, 1889; 9. Asolando, 3:Jan. 4. 
1890; 10, Original Poetry (To the Memory of Robert Browning), 
by John Savoy, 8: Jan. 4, 1890; 1 1, Recollections of Robert Brown- 
ing, 25: Jan. 18, 1890; 12, Reviews — Balaustion's Adventure (The 
Nation), 178:Sept. 14, 1871; 13, Memorial Exercises, by Sidney 
Lanier. 40-41 :Feb. 1, 1890 821.88 Xmal. 

Memorial Exercises to Robert Browning held in King's Chapel 
Jan. 28, 1890, under the Auspices of the Browning Society of 
Boston. 21:3:40:Feb. 1, 1890 821.88 Xmal. 
Original Poetry. The Twelfth of December, 1889. To Robert 
Browning. By R. W. Gilder. 21:3:40:Feb. 1. 1890 821.88 
Xmal. 

Prospice. By Robert Browning. 20: 26: 480: Dec. 21. 1889 821.88 
Xmal. 

Recollections of Robert Browning. 21 :2:25-26:Jan. 18. 1890 
621.68 Xmal.. 



220 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

Review of Asolando Fancies and Fads. By Robert Browning 

21 :1 :3 :Jan. 4, 1890. Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 821 .88 Xmal. 

Review of Poems fcj; Robert Browning. In two volumes. New edi- 
tion. Boston: Ticknor. Reed & Fields. 149:487-488:Dec. 8. 1849 

821.88 Xmal. 

Selections From Browning. Review of E. T. Mason's Browning's 

Lyrical and Dramatic Poems. 14:4:58:Feb. 24, 1883 821.88 

Xmal. 

Selections From the Poetr\) of Robert Browning, with an Iatrt)« 

duction by Richard Grant White. 14: 10: 157: May 19, 1883 

821.88 Xmal. 

To the Memor}) of R. B. By John Savary. 21 :1 :8:Jan. 4, 1890 

821.88 Xmal. 

Unique Poems. The Duke's Interview with the Envoy. By Robert 

Browning. 136:193:Sept. 8. 1849 821.88 Xmal. 
LITERATURE 

Editorial. Independent 67 :880-881 . 

By J. W. T. Ley. Nation 109:522:Oct. 1919. 

By Frank Jewett Mather, Jr. Forum 34:226:Oc!. 1902; 34:89: 

July 1902. 

By Brander Mathews. Forum 40:499:Nov. 1908. 

A M]fsterious Novel. Editorial. Independent 53:619-1901. 
LITERATURE AND DEMOCRACY 

Eclectic Magazine 137:237-245: Aug. 1901. 

MacMillan. Littell's Living Age 229:647-655. 
LITERATURE AND LIFE 

By Arthur C. Benson. Century 88:773-778:Sept. 1914. 
LITERATURE AND THE SCIENTIFIC SPIRIT 

By Oscar L. Triggs. Poet Lore 6:3:113-126. 
LITERATURE AS A RESOURCE 

By Hamilton Wright Mabie. Chautauquan 22:65-74:Oct. 1896. 
LITERATURE, CLASSICAL AND MODERN 

By R. Y. Tyrrell. Eclectic Magazine 142:520 523: March 1904. 
LITERATURE CRITICISM 

By F. H. Farrar. Forum 9:286: May 1890. 
LITERATURE. DIAPHANOUS 

By Frederic Harrison. Dial 45:391 :Dec. 1, 1908. 
LITERATURE FOR BEGINNERS 

By James Weber Linn. New Republic 12:14-16:Aug. 4, 1917. 
LITERATURE IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

By Porter Lander Mac Clintock. Elementary School Teacher 3: 
146- 155: July 1902. 
LITERATURE IN THE MARKET PLACE 

By Geo. E. Woodberry. Forum ll:654:Aug. 1891. 
LITERATURE IN 1903 

Literary Digest 28: 141 -142: Jan. 30, 1904. 

LITERATURE, ITS TOILS AND REWARDS 

Editorial. Baylor Literary 6:218-221 : Feb. 1898. 

LITERATURE. THE, LEADER OF THE PEOPLE 

By Prof. Kuno Francke. Journal of American History 4:20: 
First Quarter 1910. 

LITERATURE OF DREAMS 

A Study in the -Dream-Craft of Holmes, Burns, Lamb, Hood, 
Lowell and Tennyson. By L. W. Smith. Poet Lore 7:5:233-243. 

LITERATURE OF NINETEENTH CENTURY, A RETROSPECT 
By Sidney Lee. Literary Digest 20: 77-78: Jan. 20. 1900. 




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LITERATURE OF THE WORLD 

Poet Lore 10:4:598-604. 

LITERATURE: RECENT BIOGRAPHY 

By Herbert W. HarwiU. Forum 35:73:July 1903; 36:555 :Jan. 

1905. 
LITERATURE. STUDIES IN 

Chautauquan 15:502-503:July 1892. 
LITERATURE: THE ART OF LETTER WRITING 

By Herbert W. Harwill. Forum 36:554: Jan. 1905. 
LITERATURE, THE CONCEPTION OF RESURRECTION IN 

Contemporary Review 1 03: 585-588: April 1913 :Literary Supple- 
ment. 
LITERATURE, THE GETHSEMANE OF 

By James Douglas. Literary Digest 43:2:738:Ocl. 28, 1911. 
LITERATURE, THE NEW 

By H. W. Mabie. Outlook 102:204. 
LITERATURE, THE OLD MEN OF 

By Richard Le Gallienne. Literary Digest 48:1 :49 1-492: March 

7, 1914. 
LITERATURE, WOMEN IN 

By Kate Upson Clarke. Literary Digest 19:61 4 :Nov. 18, 1899. 
LITTELL PHILIP 

books and Things. New Republic 2:330: May 1, 1915; 13:24: 

Nov. 3, 1917; 13:254:Dec. 29, 1917. 

Optimism of Robert Browning. New Republic 2:330:May 1, 1915. 
LITTLE BOOK OF POETS' PARLEYS 

By Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. Littell's Living Age 

239:318. Books and Authors. 
LITTLE. CHARLES J, 

Browning's Use of History from Memorial Meeting of the Syracuse 

Browning Club 9-13 821.88 Bsr. 
LITTLE ESSAYS IN LITERATURE 

By Richard Burton. The Brownings 287-291 814 B9741. 
LITTLE GIRLS RECOLLECTIONS, A 

By Henriette Corkran. Temple Bar. Littell's Living Age 204: 

311-315. 
LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF ENGLISH AUTHORS 

By Elbert Hubbard. Robert Browning. Done into print by the 

Roycrofters at the Roycroft Shop, which is in East Aurora, New 

York, U.S. A. 821.88 Bhl. 
LITTLE TALK ABOUT A GREAT POET, A 

By Klyda Richardson Steege. St. Nicholas 30:1 1 :977-981 :Sepl. 

1903. 
LIVING 

By Charles W. Harvey. New Church Review 16:75-86: Jan. 

1909. 

LIVING AGE, LITTELL'S 

Anecdotes of Robert Browning. 184:824: March 29, 1890. 

An Apology — On Reading the Browning Love Letters. By Elsie 

Higginbotham. (Academy.) 222:792 

Affectation. (Sat. R.) 129:248-251. 

Afternoon Call, An. (Temp. Bar.) 203:208-215. 

Archbishop Trench's Poems. By Aubrey De Vere. (19th Cent.) 

178:131-144. 

Arnold, Matthew. By Leslie Stephen. (Natn'l R.) 200:90-103. 

Same. By Frederic Harrison. (19th Cent.) 209:362-367. 



222 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

Beddoes, Thomas Lovell. By Mrs. Andrew Crosse. (Temp. B.) 

201:157-166. 

Doo}(3 and Auihon: 

The Poetry of Robert BroT»nmg. By Stopford Brooke. 

235:703. 

Letters of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 219:737. 

Letters of the Brownings. 219:399; 221:669. 

Stopford A. Brooke's Lectures. 220:604; 223:402. 

Westminster Biographies. By Arthur Waugh. 226:334. 

Robert Browning. By Hall Griffin. 243:574. 

An Introduction to the Study of Browning. By Arthur 

Symons. 253 :639. 

Life and Worlds of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 

By Countess Zampini-Salazar. 253:510. 

The Paracelsus of Browning. By Christina P. Denison. 

271:318 

Lectures in German Universities. 245:823. 

Florence in the Poetry of the Brownings. By Anne Benne- 

son McMahan. 243:828. 

The Paracelsus of Browning. By Christina P. Denison. 

271:192. 

The Brownings: Their Life and Art. By Lilian Whiting. 

271 :572. 

Life of Browning. By Prof. Herford. 241 :63. 

Same. By Prof. Dowden. 241 :63. 

Maeterlinck and Browning. 238:511. 

English Literature. By G. H. Mair. 272:383. 

New Poems by Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 

Edited by F. G. Kenyon. 285:190. 

Browning's Ancestor. 233:574. 

Life of Robert Browning. By Edward Dowden. 287:384. 

Browning and Padriac Colum. 292:448. 

Stopford Brooke's Monogram on Robert Browning. 234: 

823. 

Little Bool(s of Poets' Parleys. By Charlotte Porter and 

Helen A.^ Clarke. 239:318. 

Browning's Essay on Shelley. 238:319. 
British Art in Venice. By Marcus B. Huish. (19th Cent.) 262: 
404-410. 

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. (Lon. Times.) 249:173-179. 
Browning's Letters, Mrs. (Athenaeum.) 215:239-243. 
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. Lond. T.) 241:312-316. 
Browning, Mrs. (MacM.) 179:802-808. 

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. By Pompeo Molmenti. (Nuova 
Ant.) 219:35-40. 

Browning, Robert. (Quart. R.) 185:666-681 : June 14. 1890. 
Brownings, The. By Mrs. Andrew Crosse. (Temp. B.) 192: 
719-728. 

Carlyle, Thomas. (Quart. R.) 113:666-683. 
Chapters From Some Unwritten Memoirs in Italy. By Anne 
Ritchie. (MacM.) 203:548-553. 

Browning, Robert, A Sequence of Sonnets on the Death of. By 
A. C. Swinburne. (Fortn. R.) 184: 447-448: Feb. 15. 1890. 
Browning? Yes in a General Way (Poem). From H. E. W. to 
W. C. E. (Spectator.) 190:578. 
Browning, A Poem to. By Pakenham Beatty. 198:770. 




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Browning, Robert, and Alfred Domett. By W. Hall Griffin. 
(Contemp. R.) 244:393-410:Feb. 18. 1905. 
Browning, Robert. By G. William Sharpe. (Chur. Quart. R.) 
186:77l-784:Sepi. 1890. 

Browning's Portraits of Women. By "W. T. Davison. (Lond. 
Quart. R.) 281 :352-356. 

Browning's View of Life. (St. James' Gaz.) 184:255-256. 
Browning, Seme Thoughts On. By Mary A. Lewis. (MacM.) 
154:238-246: July 22, 1882. 

Same. By H. D. Traill. (Contemp. R.) 178:88-96. 
Arnold, Matthew, As a Popular Poet. By Wm. A. Sibbald. 
(MacM.) 241:83-98. 

Asolo and Its Neighborhood. By Linda Villari. (Murray's.) 
191:367-371. 

Asolan Country, In the. By Eugene Benson. (New R.) 21 1 : 
115-121. 

At the Sign of the Plough. (Cornhill.) 268:563. ^ 
At the Sign of the Plough; Questions on Browning's Works. By 
Owen Seaman. (Cornhill.) 269:54-55. 175. 
Robert Browning, By E. F. Bridelle-Fox. (Argosy.) 184:762- 
766. 

Same. By Stopford A. Brooke. (Contemporary Review.) 184: 
290-297. 

Same. By Andrew Lang. (Contemporary Review.) 190:563-570. 
Same. By Roden Noel. (Contemporary Review.) 159:771-781. 
Same. By H. D. Traill. 184:297-300 821.88 Xman. 
Same. A Poem. By Mary A. Woods. (Academy.) 231 :528. 
Same. (Time.) A Young Man's Recollections. 187:673-677. 
Browning and Butler. By J. Churton Collins. (Contemporary 
Review.) 267:481488. 

Robert Browning and Alfred Domett. By W. Hall Griffin. (Con- 
temporary Review.) 244:393-410. 
Browning and Ital^. (Spectator.) 274:54-58. 
Browning and Tenn'^son. (Spectator.) 184:190-192. 
Same. (Blackwood's Magazine.) 184:240-245. 
Browning and Wordsworth. By Harry Christopher Minchin. 
(Fortnightly Review.) 27:104-112. 

Browning as a Preacher. By Miss E. D. West. (Dark Blue.) 
111:707-723. 

Browning as a Religious Teacher. By R. H. Hutton. Cood Words. 
184:2385:660-665: March 15, 1890. 

Browning Biography. By Emily Hickey. (Nineteenth Century 
and After.) 268:201-213. 

Browning's Casuistr}). By Sir Leslie Stephen. (National Re- 
view.) 236:257-271 :Jan. 31. 1903. 

Robert Browning in Edinburgh. (Cornhill Magazine.) 260:653- 
663. 

Browning in London. By E. Beresford Chancellor. (Outlook.) 
273:755-757. 

Robert Browning, In Memoriam. By Edmund Gosse. (New Re- 
view.) 184:372-375. 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By John Dennis. Leisure Hour 86- 
90:Feb. 1889. 180:629-635 821.88 Xbm. 
The Browning Love Letters. (London Times.) 221 : 166- 170. 
Robert Browning, the Musician. By A. Goodrich-Freer. (Nine- 
teenth Century and After.) 229:803-811. 



224 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

Browning Out IVest. By Frederick Morgan Padelford. (Cornhill 
Magazine. 252:691-697. 

A Browning Pilgrimage. By Arthur J. Whyte. (Contemporary 
Review.) 277:542-550. 

Brownings Onl]) Public Speech. 184: 192: Jan. 4, 1890. 
Mr. Browning's Place in Literature. (Contemporary Review.) 
122:67-85. 

Browning's Poems. A Review. 108:155-166. 
Browning's Theology. (The Spectator.) 192:374 376. 
A Budget of Memories. By Sir George Otto Trevelyan. 260 
280:284:Jan. 30, 1909. 

Children in English Poetry. (Contemp. R.) 267:108-111. 
Churchill, Lord Randolph. By Sir Herbert Maxwell. (Nat'l R.) 
205:28-37. 

Classical and Modern Literature. By R. Y. Tyrrell. (Pilot.) 
240:567-570. 

Comparison of Elizabethan With Victorian Poetry, A. By J. A. 
Symonds. (Fortn. R.) 180:195-209. 
Concerning Leigh Hunt. (Cornhill.) 194:131-144. 
Conditions of The Grand St^le, The. (Spect.) 157:120-123. 
Confidences of a Society Poet, The. (Lond. Quar. R.) 211: 
362-370. 

Conversations and Correspondences With Thomas Carl^le. By 
C. Gavan Duffy. (Contemp. R.) 192:531-550. 
Critics and Authors. (Sat. R.) 141:318-320. 
Debt of English to Italian Literature. By J. A. Symonds. (Fortn. 
R.) 125:131-138. 

Decay) of Literature, The. (Cornh.) 155:617-624. 
Departure From Tradition, A Stor^ of the Year '95. By Rosa- 
line Masson. (Chamb. Jour.) 207:15-23. 

Did Browning Whistle or Sing? By F. M. Padelford. (Corn- 
hill Magazine.) 261 :475-482. 

Difficulties of Religious Poetry, The. (Spect.) 213:276-278. 
Did Browning Whistle or Sing? By Padelford. 261:475-482. 
Dip in Criticism,' A. By Andrew Lang. (Contemp. R.) 179: 
352-357. 

Discretion and Publicity. (Edinburgh Review.) 221 :807-820: 
June 17, 1899. 

Earl^ Victorians and Oursehes. By G. S. Street. (Fortn. R.) 
251:617-624. 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo: An Ethical Stud}). By Henry Norman. 
(Fortn. R.) 158:771-777. 

Emily, Lady Tennyson. By Annie Fields. 21 1 :765-766. 
England of English Poets, The. (Times.) 285:677-681. 
English Lyrical Poetry. By J. D. (Cornhill.) 122:195-208. 
English Vers de Societe. (Quart. R.) 122:707-720. 
Ethics of Parody, The. (Acad.) 238:125-127. 
A Few Conversationalists. (Cornhill Magazine.) 233:547-558. 
Fine Passes in Verse and Prose Selected by Living Men of Letters. 
Fortnightly Review 48:297-3 16: Aug. 1887. 
Four Victorian Poets. (Times.) 257:244-249. 
Francis Thompson: A Study in Temperament. (Lond. Quart. 
R.) 203:403-410. 

French Study of Burns, A. (Blackw.) 198:735-743. 
From the Land of Letters. By Thomas F. Plowman. (Cornhill.) 
288:598-609. 





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Future of Fiction, The. By Mr. Hemendra Prasad Ghose. (Hind. 
R.) 268:154-159. 

The Cladstone-BroJi>ning Controversy. By Richard E. Crook. 
(Gentleman's Magazine.) 246:626-630. 

Glimpses of Thomas Carl^le. By Percy Fitzgerald. (Contemp. 
R.) 278:216-223. 

Glorious Robert Brorvning. By Emily Hickey. (Nineteenth Cen- 
tury and After.) 271 :270-283. 

Half a Centurxf of Literary Life. (Lond. Quart. R.) 158:387- 
401. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. (St. Paul's.) 109:707-713. 
Heavy Fathers. By Rowland Grey. (Fortn. R.) 262:473-480. 
Hervc Riel — A Poem. By Robert Browning. (Cornh.) 109: 
63-64. 

Hours in a Library. (Times.) 292:283-287. 
Ho-a> to Read. By Arnold Houltain. (Blackw.) 208:515-528. 
Hunt, Leigh. By F. Warre Cornish. (Temple B.) 210:3-14. 
Huxley, Thomas Henry, A Reminiscence. By Wilfrid Ward. 
(I9th Cent.) 210:579-592. 
Illustration. (Blackw.) 112:67-79. 

In the Poet's Garden. By Phil Robinson. (Contemp. R.) 198: 
419-431. 

Inspired Little Creature and the Poet Wordsrvorlh, An. By Rosa- 
line Masson. (Fortn. R.) 267:790-801. 
Intellectual Effect of Old Age. (Spect.) 184:249-251. 
Is Literature Dying? By Herbert Paul. (Contemp. R.) 253: 
387-395. 

Is Poetry Unpopular? (Spec.) 240:820-823. 
Italian Poets of Today. By Helen Zimmern. (Blackw.) 193: 
451-465. 

Landor, Walter Savage. By John Fyvie. (Temp. B.) 206:3-12. 
Landor's "Imaginary Conversations." (Cornh.) 140:3-15. 
La Saisiaz in 1895. By A. Taylor Innes. (Contemporary Re- 
view.) 210:679-689. 

Leaves From the Diary of a Tramp. By J. A. H.) (Cornhill.) 
262:143-149. 

Letter to A Friend. By Robert Browning. (Leisure Hour.) 184: 
768. 

Letters from Elizabeth Barrett Brorvning to the Author of Orion on 
Literary and General Topics. By R, H. Home. (Contemporary 
Review.) 120:281-290. 

Life and Letters of Leslie Stephen. By G. W. Prothero. (19th 
Cent.) 253:598-607. 

Literary Coincidences. By John Dennis. (Leisure Hour.) 192: 
822-824. 

Literary Courtships. By Eleanor A. Towle. (Fortn. R.) 223: 
220-231. 

Literary Help. 261:123. 

Literary Inspiration of Imperialism. (Scottish R.) 225:801-811. 
Literary Man, A. By Harriet Jay. (Acad.) 237:378-381. 
Literary Recollections. By F. Max MuUer. (Cosmopolis.) 213: 
75-89. 

Literature and Democracy. (MacM.) 229:647-655. 
Little Girl's Recollections, A. By Henriette Corlcran. (Temp. B.) 
204:311-315. 



226 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

Lord Dc Table)). A Portrait. By Edmund Gosse. (Contemp. 
R.) 208:346-357. 

Lord Lvttons Rank '" Literature. By W. S. Blunt. (19lh Cent.) 
193:805-811. 

Lord L\)ttons Letters. (Lond. T.) 251:754-758. 
Litton ,Edv>ard Buln>er. By Edmund Gosse. (Fortn. R.) 280: 
3-13. 

Meredith, George. By Percy Lubbock. (Quart. R.) 264:515- 
526. 

Meredith in His Poems, Mr. By Edward Dowden. (Fortn. R.) 
193:495-505. 

Minor Poets, The. By Andrew Long. (Longman's.) 217:279- 
280. 

Montgomery, James. By George Gilfillan. (Tait's.) 1 1 :57-60. 
Moral Philosophy^ of Meredith. By G. K. Chesterton. (Contemp. 
R.) 262:423-427. 

Morris' Poems, William. By Andrew Long. (Longman's.) 211: 
323-336. 

Making of a Poet, The. By Stephen Gwynn. (19th Cent.) 
265:484-493. 

Matrimony and the Man of Letters. By Sidney Low. (19th 
Cent.) 263:131-138. 

Memorable Art Class. By Thomas Sulman. (Good Words.) 
214:889-893. 

Nature in Modern Poetry. (Outl.) 256:755-758. 
New Criticism of Poetry, A. (Contemp. R.) 215:520-527. 
New Criticism, The. By Urbanus Sylvan. (Cornh.) 224:432- 
438. 

New Study of Tennyson, A. By } .C. C. (Cornh.) 146:483- 
492. 

The Novel in The Ring and the Book' By Henry James. (Quar- 
terly Review.) 274:451-463. 

Old Memories Interviewed. By Mrs. Andrew Crosse. (Temp. 
B.) 195:372-383. 

Old Yellow Book, The. (Blackw.) 269:499-502. 
On Learning by Heart. (Acad.) 271 :505-506. 
On Leisure, Genius, Books and Reading. By Augustine Birrill. 
(Cham. J.) 216:557-559. 

On Limbo. By Vernon Lee. (Longman's.) 208:812-819. 
Of the Browning Mss. By Frederic G. Kenyon. 278:733-738. 
The Optimism of Browning and Meredith. By A. C. Pigou. (In- 
dependent Review.) 246:415-422. 

A Pica for the Popular in Literature. By J. A. Spender. (Nine- 
teenth Century.) 253 :348-358. 

Poetry, Politics and Conservatism. By George N. Curzon. 168: 
131-140. 

Patriotic Poetry. (Times.) 283:107-112. 

Past and Present Condition of English Poetry. (Fraser's.) 10: 
164-179. 

Peacock, Thomas Love: A Personal Reminiscence. By Robert 
Buchanan. (New Quart. R.) 126:157-165. 
Plays of a Great Poet, The. By Gilbert Murray. (Speaker.) 
247:244-248. 

Poet of the Northumbrian Pits. By John F. Runciman. (Sat. 
R.) 262:46-49. 
Poets Chairs, The. By E. V. Lucas. (Outl.) 251:118-120. 




BROWNINGIANA 227 

PotiT^ of Bridges, The. (Outl.) 253:308-310. 
Poetry? of Roberl Bridges. By John Bailey. (Quart. R.) 278: 
515-529. 

Poeir"^ of the Cenfurp; A Retrospect and Anticipation. By 
John Dennis. (Leisure Hour.) 185:307-312. 
Poetry of Common Sense, The. By James A. Noble. (MacM.) 
191 :546-552. 

Poets and the Cucl^oo, The. By J. Culhbert Hadden. (Outl.) 
273:634-636. 

Poetry of the De Veres Jhe. (Quart. R.) 210:67-85. 
Poetry of Doubt. (Chur. Quart. R.) 137:410-421. 
Poetry of Leading LaJt> Classes. (Spect.) 130:572-575. 
Poetry and the Modern Novel. By Compton MacKenzie. (Eng. 
R.) 274:220-228. 

Poetry in the Nineteenth Century. By Sir M. E. Grant Duff. 
(Edinburgh R.) 235:705-724. 

Poetry and Shop^eeping. By Muezzin. (Athen.) 293:685-688 
Poetry and Symbolism: A Study of "The Tempest." By J. Chur- 
ton Collins. (Contemp. R.) 256:357-371. 

Poetry of Today and Tomorrow, The. (Chur. Quart. R.) 196: 
279-289. 

Poetry of War, The. By A. St. John Adcock. (Bookm.) 283: 
398-407. 

Popular English Literature Today. (Sat. Review.) 294:496-499. 
Possibilities — Poem. Quotation from "Abt Vogler." (Spect.) 131: 
514. 

Prophetic Power of Poetry. By J. C. Shairp. (Eraser's.) 148: 
259-267. 

The Religious Opinions of Robert Browning. By Mrs. Sutherland 
Orr. (Contemporary Review.) 192:365-374. 
The Ring and the Book. (St. Paul's.) 108:771-783. 
Rat-Catcher of Hamelin. By Gustav Hartwig. (Trans, by T. 
Martin.) (Blackw.) 195:639-640. 

Realistic Drama. By W. L. Courtney. (Fortn. R.) 278:775- 
786. 

Reality in Poetry. By Laurence Housman. (Fortn. R.) 272: 
204-214. 

Recollections of Coventry Patmore. By R. Garnetl. (Sat. R.) 
212:61-64. 

Reminiscences of a Behar Planter. By Donald N. Reid. (Gentle- 
man's.) 208:632-638. 

Reminiscences of Lord Bath. By Malcolm MacCoU. (Contemp. 
R.) 210:44-54. 

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, Poetry of. By Thomas Bayne. (Eraser's.) 
152:817-822. 

Ruskin, John. (Chur. Quar. R.) 199:131-146. 
Scandinavian Novel, The. (Edinb. R.) 232:1-19. 
Science and Society in the Fifties. By Mrs. Andrew Crosse. 
(Temp. B.) 191:208-218. 

Scientific Movement and Literature, The. By Edward Dowdea. 
(Contemp. R.) 135:3-15. ■ 

Sea Studies. By J. A. Froude. (Eraser's.) 126:131-145. 
Society Poets. (Temp. B.) 180:48-53. 

Some Odd Numbers. By M. G. (Murray's.) 175:308-313. 
Some Recent Verse. (Edin. R.) 264:195-209. 
Some Recollections of a Reader. (Comh.) 108:103-109. 



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Some Recollections of Charles Stuart Caherley. (Temp. B.) 
172:421-426. 

Startling Poetry. (Spect.) 157:117-120. 
State of English Poetry. (Quart. R.) 119:131-152. 
Stephen Phillips. By Alice Meynell. (Poetry Jour.) 289:367- 
369. 

Stevenson, Robert Louis. By Lord Rosebery. (Lond. T.) 212: 
187-190. 

Stevenson, Robert Louis: Essa})ist, Novelist and Poet. By H. 
B. Baildon. (English Studien.) 221:671-688. 
Studies in Literar)^ Psychology. By Vernon Lee. (Contemp. R.) 
241:213-217. 

Style. By I. Gregory Smith. (Oxford and Cambr. R.) 276: 
93-100. 

Sroinburne: Personal Recollections. By Edmund Gosse. (Fortn. 
R.) 262:3-17. 

Swinburne's Letters. By A. C. Swinburne. (Times.) 262:154- 
165. 

Some BroUfning Memories. By William G. Kingsland. (Contem- 
porary Review.) 275:220-227. 

Some Child Critics of Browning. By W. W. (Academy.) 214: 
127-128. 

Some Letters and Recollections. By M. E. Lewes. (Cornhill 
Magazine.) 193:673-689. 

Tennyson as a Nature Poet, Aspects of. By Theodore Watts. 
(19th Cent.) 198:28-42. 

Tennyson, Aspects of — A Personal Reminiscence. By James 
Knowles. (19th Cent.) l%:515-529. 

Tennyson, The Birds of. By Edgar Valdes. (Temp. B.) 213: 
807-817. 

Tennyson Centenary, The. By Frederic Harrison. (19th Cent.) 
262:643-648. 

Tennyson, Talks With. By Wilfrid Ward. (New R.) 210: 
323-335. 

Tennyson, The Mission of. By W. S. Lilly. (Fortn. R.) 213: 
227-234. 

Tennyson, Part /. By Edmund Gosse. (New R.) 195:707-713. 
Tennyson, Part IL By Herbert Paul. (New R.) 195:713-718. 
Tennyson s Poems. (Brit. Quart. R.) 147:786-795. 
Two Archbishops. By F. W. Farrar. (Contemp. R.) 211:560- 
569 

Two Theories of Poetry. By Arthur Tilley. (MacM.) 151: 
682-692. 

Unwritten Books. (MacM.) 213:475-484. 

Victorian Literature. By Andrew Lang. (Good Words.) 212: 
753-758. 

Victorian Literature. By Edward Dowden. (Fortn. R.) 174: 
101-111. 

JValt IVhitmans Poems. By Peter Bayne. (Contemp. R.) 128: 
91-103. 

Willows : A Sketch. (Cornh.) 119:36-45. 

Withered Laurels. (A Reverie Among the Tombs.) (MacM.) 
220:372-377. 

Wordsworthians, The Complacency of the. By H. F. C, 
(Speaker.) 237:818-82;?, 



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IVordsmorth's Youth. By Leslie Stephen. (Nat'l R.) 212:859- 

870. 

Wordsworth, The Prose IVorks of. By Edward Dowden, 

(Form. R.) 128:195-208. 

Whistle. See Padelford. 

LIVING AUTHORS OF ENGLAND. THE 

By Thomas Powell. Robert Browning 71-85, Elizabeth Barrett 
Browning 137-152 Be P886. 

LIVING MEN OF LETTERS 

Fine Passages in Verse and Prose, Selected b}) Living Men of 
Letters. Fortnightly Review 48:444-445 :Sept. 1887; 48:585-588: 
Oct. 1887; 48:729:Nov. 1887. 

LIVINGSTON. LUTHER S. 

The First BooJ^s of Some English Authors — 1. Robert and Eliza- 
beth Barrett Browning. Bookman 10:1 :76-81 :Sept. 1899. 

LLOYD, MARY 

H. Jones. Idealism as a Practical Creed. Annals of American 
Academy 34:182-83,620-21 : Nov. 1909. 

LOCK AND WHITFIELD 

Men of Mar}(, a Gallery of Contemporary Portraits. 821.88 Bmm. 

LOCKER-LAMPSON, FREDERICK 

A Few of Fredericl^s Locker's Confidences. Literary Digest 13: 

12:May 2, 1896. 
LOCKWOOD. FRANK C. 

Modern Poets and Christian Teaching. Robert Browning. 821.88 

Rim. 
LOCOCK. KATHERINE B. AND MARGARET L. LEE 

Introduction and Notes to Browning's Paracelsus. 821.88 Hpal. 
LONDON AS A LITERARY CENTER 

By R. R. Bowker. Profusely Illustrated. Harper's New Monthly 

76:81 5-844 :May 1888. 
LONDON BROWNING SOCIETY ABSTRACT 

London Browning Society) Papers. 
LONDON BROWNING SOCIETY. INTRODUCTORY ADDRESS 

TO THE BROWNING SOCIETY 

By Rev. J. Kirkman. Oct. 28, 1881, at University College, Lon- 
don. (Printed Separately.) 821.88 Eak. 

LONDON BROWNING UNION 

By W. G. K. Poet Lore 5:1:53. 

LONDON DAYS 

Browning and Moscheles. By Arthur Warren. Al-bd 821.88. 

LONDON LETTERS (SEE ALSO NOTES AND NEWS) 
By W. G. K. Poet Lore 1:8:389-392. 

LONDON LETTERS AND SOME OTHERS 

By George W. Smalley. Robert Browning: Notes on some per- 
sonal aspects of his character. 1:309-319 826.7 S635. 

LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW 

Browning's Portraits of Women. By W. T. Davison. Littell's 

Living Age 281 :352-356. 

The Confidence of a Society) Poet. Littell's Living Age 211:362- 

370. 



230 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

Half a Century of Literary; Life. LitteU's Living Age 158:387- 

401. 

Francis Thompson : A Study in Temperament. LittelPs Living 

Age 203:403-410. 

Review of Dramatis Personae and of Browning's Poems 3:118: 

77- 105: July 1865; Robert Browning and the Epic of Psychology 

11 8:325-357 :July 1869 821.88 Dfb. 

LONDON TIMES 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Littell's Living Age 241:312-316; 

249:173-179. 

The Browning Love Letters. Littell's Living Age 221 : 166-1 70. 

Lord Lyttons Letters. Littell's Living Age 251 : 754-758. 

Robert Louis Stevenson. By Lord Rosebery. Littell's Living Age 

212:187-190. 

LONGFELLOW. COLONEL HIGGINSON'S LIFE OF 

By T. W. Higginson. Literary Digest 25:868-870:Dec. 27, 1902. 
LONGFELLOW THROUGH BLISS CARMAN'S EYES 

Editorial. Literary Digest 16:459-460: April 16, 1898. 
LONGFELLOW, TWENTY YEARS AFTER 

By Edwin W. Bowen. Sewanee Review 13:165-176. 
LONGMAN'S MAGAZINE 

The Minor Poets. By Andrew Lang. Littell's Living Age 217: 

279-280. 

fVilliam Morris Poems. By Andrew Lang. Littell's Living Age 

211:323-330. 

On Limbo (Last Ride Together). By Vernon Lee. Littell's Living 

Age 208:812-819. 

LOOK AT BROWNING 

By R. W. G. Century 26:320: June 1883. 
LORD DE TABLEY 

By Edmund Gosse. Contemporary Review 69 :84-99 : Jan. 1896. 
LORD LEIGHTON'S LOVE 

By Mrs. Russell Barrington. Eclectic Magazine 45: 1 80- 188: Feb. 

1897. 

LORD WALTER'S WIFE 

By Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Published by The Philosopher 

Press, Wausau. Wisconsin, May. 1899 821.88 Hlw. 
LOS ANGELES BROWNING CLUB, THE 

Programmes 1913-1914. 1914-1915. 1916-1917, 1917-1918, 1918- 

1919, 1920-21, 1921-22. 

LOST LEADER, THE 

By Robert Browning. The Rising Generation 15:4:82-83. (Com- 
plete.) In Japanese. 821.88 Xmrg. 

By C. G. Prowett. Notes and Queries 292: April 11, 1874; 15: 
292: April 11, 1874. 

Who ]Vas Browning's The Lost Leader? By Margaret H. Gan- 
gewer. In American Notes and Queries 2: 23: 2 70-272: April 6, 
1889 821.88. 

Lost Leader rendered into Latin by R. C. Jebb. Translations 356- 
357 808.8 G44t. 

LOTUS SYMBOLISM IN HOMER, THEOCRITUS, MOSCHUS. 
TENNYSON AND BROWNING, THE 
By Anna R. Brown. Poet Lore 2:12:625-634. 



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LOUDON. K. M. 

Browning's Sordello. A commentary. 821.88 Hsal. 

LOUNSBURY, THOMAS R. 

The Blot in the 'Scutcheon. (Life and Letters.) Poet Lore 12:1: 
153-54. 

A Defense of the Split Infinitive. Literary Digest 28:653 :May 7, 
1904. 

The Early Literary^ Career of Robert Drowning. Four Lectures. 
821.88 Dll. 

The Tn>o Locksle], Halls. Scribner's 6:250-256: Aug. 1889. 
Same. Reviewed in Nation 93:494-495: Nov. 23, 1911.^ 
A Philistine's Vieiv on the Performance of a Blot in the 'Scutch- 
eon. Atlantic 84: 764-773: Dec. 1899. 

Literary Career of Robert Browning. (Review.) Independent 
72:1065:May 16, 1912. 

LOVE 

Browning's Teaching on Faith, Life and Love. By W. Arthur 
Hind. 821.88 Rhtf. 
See Music. 

LOVE AFFAIRS 

Browning's Love Affairs as a Type of Legitimate Romance (Eliza- 
beth Barrett Browning compared with George Sand). Current Lit- 
erature 53:348-351 :Sept. 1912. 

LOVE AFFAIRS OF THE POETS. THE 

By Eva McGowan. Baylor Literary 17:334-337: June 1909. 

LOVE AMONG THE RUINS 

By Robert Browning. Rising Generation 43:17:355-356:Sept. 
1905, and concluded in 13:18:335-356:Sept. 11. 1905. 
Translated into Japanese. 821.88 Xmrg. 

LOVE AND DUTY IN TENNYSON AND BROWNING 
By E. F. R. Stitt. Poet Lore 4:5:271-274. 

LOVE AND THE UNIVERSE 

The Immortals and Other Poems. By Albert D. Watson. 73-76. 

LOVE, BROWNING'S IDEA OF 

Notes and News. Poet Lore 1 :3: 153-1 54. 

LOVE, BROWNING'S IDEAL OF 

From Santayana on Robert Browning: A Pessimist Criticism. By 
Helen Dryer Woodard. Poet Lore 13:1:105. 

LOVE, BROWNING'S INTERPRETATION OF ROMANTIC 
LOVE AS COMPARED WITH PLATO DANTE PET- 
RARCH 

By George Willis Cooke. Poet Lore 6:5:225-237. 

LOVE, BROWNING'S THEORY OF 

By Elmer James Bailey. Arena 40:274-284: March-June 1909. 

LOVE, ROBERT BROWNING'S THEORY OF ROMANTIC LOVE 

By George Willis Cooke. Boston Browning Society Papers 
821.88 Vps. 
LOVE, FROM BROWNING, FACETTES OF 

By Daniel G. Brinton. Poet Lore 1 :1 :l-27. 

LOVE IN IDLENESS 

By Charlotte Porter. Poet Lore 17:1:86-93. 

LOVE. IN RESPECT TO CONSTANCY 

The Study Class. By Anna Benneson McMahan. 203-204 807 

M167. 



232 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

LOVE? IS TOO MUCH WRITTEN ON THE SUBJECT OF 
By Lafcadio Hearn. Current Opinion 62:205: March 1917. 
LOVE LETTERS 

See Higginbotham, Elsie. 

By Alice Meynell. Bookman 9:162-5. 

By V. L. Wenlz. Eclectic Magazine 132:736. 
LOVE LETTERS OF TWO POETS. THE 

By Lyman Abbott. Outlook 62:485-490: July 1, 1899. 
LOVE LETTERS, MEMORABLE 

By Rafford Pyke. Cosmopolitan 37:260-261. 

LOVE LETTERS. REAL AND OTHERWISE 

Editorial. Literary Digest 22: 506: April 27. 1901. 

LOVE LETTERS, THE BROWNING 

(London Times.) Littell's Living Age 221 : 166- 170: April 15, 1899. 

LOVE LETTERS, UNIMAGINARY 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 193:527: April 1901. 

LOVE ME FOREVER 

See Music. 

LOVE, O LYRIC LOVE 

A Crammatical Anal})sis of O Lyric Love. By F. J. Furnival. 

London Browning Society Papers 9:165-168. 
LOVE POEMS OF BROWNING. THE 

By C. E. Vaughn. From Notes to the Pocket Volume of Selections 

from the Poems of Robert Browning. By Alex Hill. 73-79 

821.88 Dhn. 

LOVE POETRY OF THE BROWNINGS, STUDY OF THE 
Current Literature 39:499 500: Nov. 1905. 

LOVE STORY, THE WORLD'S MOST WONDERFUL 

(A review of this article which appeared in the Edinburgh Maga- 
zine.) Edinburgh Review 19:734: June 1899. 

LOVE. THE WIFE-LOVE AND FRIEND-LOVE OF ROBERT 
BROWNING 

By J. J. G. Graham. London Browning Society Papers 1 1 :380- 
400. 

LOVEJOY, WALLACE W. 

Leadership in Song. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 
89 821.88 Xht. 

LOVELL. CECIL FAIRFIELD 

Burne Jones and the Pre-Raphaelite. Chautauquan 46:69-72: 
March 1907. 

LOVERS QUARREL, A 
See Music. 

LOVES OF THE POETS 

Twelve Steel Engravings, one of the Duchess, in The Flight of 
the Duchess. 821.88 L911M. 

LOVE'S VALUE 

Colombe's Birthday. Act IV. (The Avotval of Valence.) By 
Leonard S. Outram. Browning Society Papers 8:87-94 821.88 
Dbs. 

LOVETT, ROBERT MORSS 

Edited with Introduction and Notes. Selections from Browning. 
821.88 Glsg. 




BROWNINGIANA 233 

LOW. ALICE 

Christina Rosselli Contrasted With Mrs. BroUfning. Review of 
paper to Westminster Review. Literary Digest ll:42:May 11, 
1895. 

LOW. FLORENCE B. 

The Reading of the Modern Cirl. Nineteenth Century 59:278- 
287:Feb. 1906. 

LOW. SIDNEY 

Balfour in the Stud}). Edinburgh Review 216:255-278:Oct. 1912. 
Cherishing the Minor Poets. Literary Digest 40:62: Jan. 8. 1910. 
Clouded Literary) Lives. Literary Digest 39:482:Sept. 25. 1909. 
Matrimony and the Man of Letters. Nineteenth Century 66:423- 
433:Sept. 1909. 
Same. Littell's Living Age 263:131-138. 

LOWELL. JAMES RUSSELL 

Browning's Pla\)s and Poems from The Round Table. (Typewrit- 
ten) 821.88 Dirt. 

C. L. S. C. Outline and Programs Browning Day — March 17. 
Chautauquan 12:797:March 1891. 

Essays on Browning's Pla\)s and Poems. North American Review 
66:357-400: April 1849. 

Wordsworth and the Coleridges, Lowell and Tolsto}). Poet Lore 
11:3:425-430. 

LOWELL, JAMES RUSSEL, AND ROBERT BROWNING 
New Englander 1 10: 125-1 36: Jan. 1870. 

LOWELL, LETTERS OF JAMES RUSSEL 

Eclectic Magazine 122:335-340: March 1894. 

By Chas. Eliot Norton. Athenaeum 3444:581 -584 :Oct. 28, 1893. 

LOWELL'S TRIBUTE TO BROWNING 
Poet Lore 3:3:257. 

LOWLANDS VS. HIGHLANDS: EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTS 

ON POETS 

By E. Vicars. Poet Lore 6:2:83-87. 
LOWNDES, F. S. A. 

The Literary Associations of the AmeAcan Emhass};. Fortnightly 

Review 83: 1040: June 1905. 

LUBBOCK, PERCY 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning in Her Letter. 821.88 Bdlf. 

George Meredith. (Quarterly Review.) Littell's Living Age 264: 

515-526. 

The Poetr}) of Robert Browning. Quarterly Review 433:437- 

457:Oct. 1912 821.88 Dlak. 
LUCAS, E. V. 

The Poets' Chairs. (Outlook.) Littell's Living Age 251:118-120. 
LUCE. MARGARET E. 

Memories of John Churlon Collins. 
LUCE. MORTON 

The Hybrid Art. Nineteenth Century 70:1 :461-475:Sept. 191 1. 

LUCID LITERATURE 

By John Burroughs. Independent 52:1:928-930:1900. 
LUCRETIUS AND HIS TIMES 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 203: 137- 160: Jan. 1906. 



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LURIA 

By John White Chadwick. Boston Browning Society Papers 249- 

263 821.88 Vbp. 

By John W. Chadwick. From Papers of the Boston Browning 

Society. Poet Lore 6:5:251-264. 

Poet Lore 14:3:141-142. 

By Henry S. Pancoast. Poet Lore 6:5:251-264; 2:1 : 19-26; 1 :12: 

553-560. 

The Study Class. By Anna Benneson McMahan. 127-128 807 

Ml 67. 
LURIA AND OTHELLO: TYPES AND ART COMPARED 

By L. A. Sherman. Poet Lore 6:12:585-592. 
LURIA— ITS STORY AND MOTIVE 

By Henry S. Pancoast. Poet Lore 1:12:553-60; 2:1:19-26. 
LURIA, THE MOORISH FRONT TO THE DUOMO IN 

By Ernest Radford. Browning Society Papers 2:251-252 821.88 

Dbs. 
LURIA: THE STATUE AND THE BUST. PIPPA PASSES. IL- 
LUSTRATIONS OF 

By Carton-Moore Parke. Outlook 100:913-916:March 1912. 
LYNCH, DR. FREDERICK 

Shalfespeares Viei» on Immortality^. Literary Digest 52:2:1066 

April 15. 1916. 
LYNCH, GERTRUDE 

The Art of Coquetry. Cosmopolitan 36:606:May 1904. 
LYRIC, LOVE 

Ideal Womanhood in the Masterpieces of Dante, Coethe, and Rob- 
ert Browning. See Modern Poet Prophets. By Wm. Norman 

Guthrie. 804 G984m. 

LYRIC ORIGIN OF SWINBURNE. THE 

By Van Tyne Brooks. Poet Lore 18:4:468-477. 

LYRIC POETRY OF IRELAND, ENGLAND AND AMERICA 
COMPARED 
By Chas. L. Moore. Literary Digest 23 :492-493 :Oct. 26. 1901. 

LYRIC YEAR 

One Hundred Poems Edited by Ferdinand Earle (1912). Con- 
tains: The Camberwell Garden, Richard Burton, 23-4; To Robert 
Browning, Agnes Lee, 158-9; To Browning, the Music Master, 
Robert H. Schauffler. 220-221 ; To Robert Browning, Witter Byn- 
ner. 25-7; An Ode for the Centenary of the Birth of Robert 
Browning, Geo. Sterling. 235-241 ; Caliban in the Coal Mines, 
Louis Untermeyer. 266. 
By Charles Vale. Forum 49:97: Jan. 1913. 

LYRICAL AND DRAMATIC POEMS 

Selected from the works of Robert Browning. With an extract 
from Stedman's Victorian Poets. Edited by Edward T. Mason. 
Henry Holt & Co.. New York, 1883. 821.88 Gms. 

LYRICAL POETRY OF THE NEW LAUREATE 

By William Stanley Braithwaite, Forum 50: 888-889: Dec. 1913. 

LYRICS FROM FERISHTAH'S FANCIES 

Poems by Robert Browning. Music by Granville Bantock. 1, The 
Eagle; 2, The Melon-Seller; 3. Shah Abbas; 4. The Family; 
5. The Sun; 6. Mihrab Shah; 7, A Camel Driver ; 8. Two Camels; 
9, Cherries; 10, Plot Culture; ]], A Pillar at Sebzevah; 12, A 
Bean Stripe, Also Apple Eating; 13, Epilogue. 



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LYTTON-BROWNING CORRESPONDENCE 

In Catalogue of a Superb Collection of Holograph Manuscripts. 

Holograph Correspondences and Holograps Letters. Of British and 

Continental Celebrities of Five Centuries. J. Pearson & Co. 
LYTTON. EDWARD BULWER 

By Edmund Gosse. Fortnightly Review 100: 1043 :Dec. 1913. 

By Edmund Gosse. (Fortnightly Review.) Littell's Living Age 

280:3-13. 
LYTTON. TO ROBERT 

Elizabeth Barrett Broivning. Bookman 39:312-13 :May 1914. 
LYTTON'S LETTER. LORD 

(London Times.) Littell's Living Age 251 : 754-758. 
LYTTON'S RANK IN LITERATURE. LORD 

By W. S. Blunt. (Nineteenth Century.) Littell's Living Age 193: 

805-811. 



M 

MABIE. HAMILTON WRIGHT 

BroJvning and How to Stud}f Him. Literary Digest 20:781 ijune 

23. 1900. 

The Browning Centenar};. Outlook 100:91 7-91 9: April 29, 1912 

821.88 Xman. 

Essays and Criticism. Outlook 69:685:Nov. 16. 1901. 

Essays in Literary Interpretation. Robert Browning 153-213. 

The Life of Tennyson. Atlantic Monthly 80:577-589:Feb. 1897. 

Literature as a Resource. Chautauquan 22:65-74:Oct. 1895. 

The New Golden Treasury^. (Short Criticism.) Bookman 6:470- 

71: Jan. 1898. 

The New Literature. Outlook 102:204:Sept. 1913. 

Some Books Worth Reading. Outlook 99:782:Dec. 1911. 

A Year's Literary^ Production. Current Opinion 9:3:433:March 

1892. 
MABY. M. CATHERINE 

Differentiation of English Courses in High Schools. Education 

Magazine 36:575-580:Sept. 1915. 
MAC CALL. W. S. 

By G. F. Walts. Eclectic Magazine 143:389-391 :Sept. 1904. 
MACCARTHY, JUSTIN A. 

A History^ of Our Own Times. 1:527,538. 540 942.08 M127a. 
MACCLINTOCK. PORTER LANDER 

Literature in the Elementary^ School. Elementary School Teacher 

3: 146-1 55: July 1902. 

MAC COLL. MALCOLM 

Reminiscences of Lord Bath. (Contemp. R.) Littell's Living Age 
210:44-54. 

MACCULLOCH. J. A. 

R. L. Stevenson's Characteristics. Eclectic Magazine 68:193: 
Sept. 1898. 

MAC DONALD. CORA MARTIN 

A Study of Browning's Saul. 621.86Z«am. 



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MAC DONALD, GEORGE 

By Henry Holbeach. Contemporary Review 19:37-55: March 

1872. 

The Imagination and Other Essa\fs. Browning's Christmas Eve 

195-217 824.8 Ml 35. 

MACHAR, AGNES MAUDE 

Robert Browning. Century 39:736. 

MACHEN, MINNIE GRESHAM 

The Bible in Browning with Particular Reference to The Ring and 
the Bool(. (Two copies.) 821.88 Rmb. 
The Bible in Browning. Dial 36:204:March 16, 1904. 
Reviewed in Outlook 75:509 821.88 Rmb. 

MACKAYE. PERCY 

Browning to Ben Ezra. Also in Poems 41-54. Browning to Ben 

Ezra. Poems 28-29. Invocation, Robert Browning. 

Browning to Ben Ezra. A Centenary Soliloquy in the Outlook 

906: April 27, 1912 821.88 Xmb. 

Invocation. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 38 

821.88 Xht. 

MACKENZIE. A. C. 
See Music. 

MAC KENZIE, COMPTON 

Poetry and the Modern Novel. (English R.) Littell's Living Age 

274:220-228. 
MACKEY. ERIC 

To Robert Browning. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

53 821.88 Xht. 
MACKIE, GASCOIGNE 

Lines Written Abroad on Hearing of Browning's Death. In The 

Ballad of Pit}) 64-66. 
MAC KNIGHT, KATE, CASSATT 

Report of the Civic Committee. Annals of American Academy 28: 

293-296:June 1906. 
MAC MEGHAN, ARCHIBALD M. 

The Life of Little College and Other Papers. 820.4 MI67e. 
MACMILLAN'S ANNUAL 

Edited by E. V. Lucas. Letters of Browning. 59-66 828.8 

L933m. 

MAC MILLAN'S MAGAZINE 

Matthew Arnold as a Popular Poet. By Wm. A. Sibbald. Lit- 
tell's Living Age 241 :83-98. 

Mrs. Browning. Littell's Living Age 179:802-808. 
Literature and Democracy. Littell's Living Age 229:647-655. 
The Poetry of Common Sense. By James A. Noble. Littell's Liv- 
ing Age 191:546-552. 

Some Thoughts on Browning. By Mary A. Lewis. 205-21 4: July 
1882. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 154:238-246. 

Some Unwritten Memoirs. In Italy. By Anne Ritchie. Littell's 
Living Age 203:548-553. 

Two Theories of Poetry. By Arthur Tilley. Littell's Living Age 
151:682-692. 

Unwritten Books. Littell's Living Age 213:475-484. 
Withered Laurels, A Reverie Among the Tombs. Littell's Living 
Age Tl^-311-yjl. 



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MACQUOID. KATHERINE M. 

Hamelin: The Torvn of The Pied Piper, of Der Ratten f anger. 
Magazine of Art I92-195:May 1890 821.88 Pmtw. 

MACREADY AND BROWNING 
Po€t Lore 1:2:104 . 

MACREADY. DISCUSSION OF BROWNING AND 

(From our recent actors.) By Dr. W. Marston. Poet Lore 1:2: 
104. 

MACREADY. WILLIAM CHARLES 

A Letter from Robert BroTi)ning to Wm. Macreadyf. Emerson 
College Magazine 20:3: 131 -132:Jan. 1912. (Letter now in posses- 
sion of Miss Gertrude Chambeilin.) 

Reminiscences and Selections from Diaries and Letters. For nu- 
merous references, see Index 2:505 B M174t. 

MACVANNEL, JOHN ANGES 

Saul. By Robert Browning. Illustrated by Frank O. Small. 
821.88 Gsc. 

MADAME BODICHAN; A REMINISCENCE 

By M. B. Edwards. Fortnightly Review 57:213-218:Feb. 1892. 

MADONNA OF THE FUTURE. THE 

By H. James. Jr. Atlantic Monthly 31 :276-297: March 1873. 

MAETERLINCK AND BROWNING 

Littell's Living Age 238:510-511. Books and Authors. 
Munsey's Magazine 30:759:Feb. 1904. 

By William Lyon Phelps. Independent 60:1 :552-554:March 5. 
1903; 55:2: 1398- 1400: June 11. 1903 842.91 M186br. 

MAETERLINCK PLAY IN PHILADELPHIA, A 

Editorial. Literary Digest 26:61 3-61 4: April 25. 1903. 

MAETERLINCK SYMBOLISM 

Pippa Passes, the Optimism of Browning. 842.91 M186br. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES 

In Penn Monthly. 1 , Red Cotton Night-Cap Country, by R. E. T., 
4:45:657:Sept. 1873; 2, Balaustions Adventures, by R. E. 
Thompson. 4 :45 :928 :Dec. 1 875 821 .88 Xmpm. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES. No. 1 

Contents: (a) Robert Browning, by E. F. Biddell-Fox, from The 
Argosy 291 : Feb. 1890; (b) Robert Browning in Edinburgh, by 
Rosaline Masson. from Cornhill Magazine Feb. 1909; (c) Robert 
Browning, by Stopford A. Brooke, from Contemporary Review, 
Littell's Living Age 184; (d) Robert Browning, by H. D. Traill, 
from National Review, Littell's Living Age 184; (e) Browning in 
Venice by Katherine De Kay Bronson, from Century Magazine Feb. 
1902; (f) Robert Browning, Writer of Plays, by W. L. Courtney, 
from Fortnightly Review June 1, 1883; (g) The Browning Cen- 
tenary, by Hamilton W. Mabie, from Outlook April 27, 1912; 
(h) Impressions of Browning and His Art, by Stopford A. Brooke, 
from Century Magazine Dec. 1892; (i) Browning at Asolo, a 
poem, by Robert Underwood Johnson, from Century 45 : 1 : Nov. 
1892; Browning in America, by Heloise Edwina Hersey, from 
New England Magazine Jan. 1890; (k) Browning's Obscurity, 
by Robert Niven, from New England Magazine Jan. 1890; (1) 
The Two Creat Victorian Poets, by Edward Dowden, from 
Bookman 16:4: Dec. 1902; (m) Portrait and Sketch of Robert 
Browning, from Creat Thoughts 6:142:Sept. 18, 1886; (n) Obit- 
uary of Robert Browning, by J. T. Nettleship, from Academy 
920:Dcc. 21, 1889; (o) Browning's Last Book, from Critic Dec. 



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21, 1889; (p) Robert Browning, from Critic Jan. 11. 1890; (q) 
Articles on the funeral and death of Drontning, by Edmund Gosse, 
from The British Weekly, The Pall Mall Gazette; (r) Mrs. 
Broi»ning, by E. S., from Nation Jan. 3, 1889 821.88 Xman. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES, No. 2 

Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett Bromning: Mrs. Browning's Essays on 
the Poets, from Christian Examiner 24-43: July 1863; Letters 
From Elizabeth Barrett Brotvning to the author of Orion, on Lit- 
erary and General Topics, by R. H. Home, Lillell's Living Age 
535-547, 281-290; Poetrp of Mrs. E. B. Browning, from West- 
minister Review Oct. 1882; Elizabeth Barrett Browning, by Mrs. 
Humphrey Ward, from Atlantic 708-71 2 :Sept. 1888; Elizabeth 
Barrett Browning, by John Dennis, from Leisure Hour 86-90 :Feb. 
1889 821.88 Xbm. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES. No. 3 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning — Poet and Woman, by Jean Roberts, 
from East and West 5:59:865-875:Sept. 1906; Some Unpublished 
Letters of Robert and Elizabeth B. Browning, by Geo. S. Hellman, 
from Harper's Monthly Magazine 530-539; Balaustians Adven- 
ture, by Sidney Colvin, from Fortnightly Review 58:478-490:Ocl. 
1871 ; Browning's Place in Literature, by E. S. Forman, from Cos- 
mopolitan 560-564:1890 821.88 Xsf. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES, No. 5 

A Little Talk About a Great Poet, by Klyda Richardson Steege, 
from St. Nicholas 30:977-981 :Sept. 1903; A Guide for the 
Blind, by Louise Fagan Pierce, from Modern Philology 6:4:487- 
502: April 1909; Elizabeth Barrett Browning, by Eva M. Ken- 
nedy, from Magazine of Poetry 5:161-162:April 1893 821.88 
Xma. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES, No. 6 

A Great Poet in Her Prime, by T. W. Higginson, from Book 
News 24:283:457-459: March 1906; Elizabeth B. Browning, by 
Norma K. Bright, from Book News 24:283:460-463; Mrs. Brown- 
ing in Poetry Toda^, by H. S> Pancoast, from Book News 24: 
283:464-466; The Brownings in Florence, by A. H. Wharton, 
from Book News 24:283:467-471; Sonnets From the Portuguese, 
by E. B. B., from Book News 24:283:466,471,503; Some Sane 
Words About Browning, by E. S. Forman, from American Maga- 
zine 8:5:536-541 :Sept. 1888; Browning and the Animal King- 
dom, by E. L. Gary, from The Critic 43:2: 163- 165: Aug. 1903; 
Browning's Treatment of Nature, by S. A. Brooke, from The 
Critic 40:4:308-313 :April 1902; The Ring and the Book, from 
Quarterly Book Review 1 :212-213:Dec. 1897; Browning and 
Sainte-Beuve, by G. Bradford, Jr., from North American Re- 
view 191:4:488-500:ApriI 1910 821.88 Xma. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES, No. 7 

Browning as a Religious Teacher, by R. H. Hutton, Good Words, 
LittelFs Living Age 7: 660-665 ;7'/ie Poet of the Opaque, by Junius 
Henri Browne, from The Galaxy 7: 764-774: June 1875; Robert 
Browning, from Putman's Monthly 7:372-81 : April 1856; Brown- 
ing's Poems, from American Review (A Whig Journal) 7:388- 
399: April 1850; James Russell Lowell and Robert Browning, 
from New Englander 7:125-1 36: Jan. 1870 821.88 Xma. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES, No. 8 

Tennyson e i Browning, by Angelo Crespi, from Italian British 
Review 2:1 :34-45; Browning's Message to Artists and. Craftsmen 



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of Todajf, by George Wharton James, from The Craftsman 149- 
151:Nov. 1903; Queries, from American Notes and Queries 1:7: 
80-82: June 16, 1888; Bror»mng's Diction, A Review, from 
American Notes and Queries 2:26:304-305: April 27, 1889; Earl^ 
Friends of Robert Bron>ning ij; W. Hall Criffin, from Contem- 
porary Review 471 :427-446: March 1905; Robert Drowning, from 
Contemporary Review 314:March 1867; Mr. Drorvning in a Pas- 
sion, by R. Y. Tyrrell, from Atlantic Monthly Aug. 1899; Robert 
Browning, Editorial, from Atlantic Monthly Feb. 1890; Brown- 
ing's Asolo, by Felix Moscheles, from Scribner's 359-367; The 
Ring and the Booli, from Edinburgh Review 83:94: July 1869; 
Ring and the Bool^, from Chamber's Journal 473-476: July 24, 
1869 821.88 Xma. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES, No. 9 

Some Unpublished Papers of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Brown- 
ing, Edited with comments by Geo. S. Hellman, from Harper's 
Magazine 9:530-39; Book Reviews: Fifine at the Fair, from 
Canadian Monthly 285-87 :Sept. 1872 821.88 Xma. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES, No. 10 

Browning's Christmas Eve, by G. M. D., from The Spec- 
tator 3:261 -273: Jan. -Dec. 1853; Robert Browning as a M})stic, by 
G. E. Hodgson, from The Seeker 8:251 -279: Feb. 1913; Men and 
Women, by Browning, from Christian Remembrancer 281 : April 
1856 821.88 Xma. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES, No. 11 

Recent Gifts from Dr. Fran^ W. Cunsaulus, by E. B. B., from 
Ohio Wesleyan Alumni Quarterly 3:2:4-5; Browning's Saul, by 
Gertrude Chamberlin, from Emerson College Magazine 20:3:124- 
I31:jan. 1912; A Letter from Robert Browning to William Ma- 
cread^, from Emerson College Magazine 20:3: 131 -142 :Jan. 1912; 
Browning's Poems Set to Music, by C. K. Rogers, from Emerson 
College Magazine 20:3: 134: Jan. 1912; The Stud]) of Browning at 
Emerson College, from Emerson College Magazine 20:3: 135: Jan. 
1912; Robert Browning's Birthday, by W. H. Van Allen, from 
Emerson College Magazine 20:3: 136: Jan. 1912; Extracts from the 
Poetry of (R. Browning), by Prof. W. G. Ward, from Emerson 
College Magazine 20:3: 136-1 42: Jan. 1912; Suggestions Regarding 
Boo^s on Browning, by Marie Ada Molineux, from Emerson College 
Magazine 20:3: 142- 144: Jan. 1912; Poem — R. Browning, from 
Emerson College Magazine 20:3: 145: Jan. 1912; Brownings Song 
(From Pippa Passes), by Edith Giles, from Emerson College Maga- 
zine 20:3: 146- 150: Jan. 1912; The Quiet Hour at Emerson Col- 
lege, from Emerson College Magazine 20:3 :151 :Jan. 1912; Pros- 
pice, by R. Browning, from Emerson College Magazine 20:3: 
161 -162: Jan. 1912; Epilogue — R. Browning, from Emerson Col- 
lege Magazine 20:3:170.Jan. 1912 821.88 Xma. 

MAGAZINE ARTICLES. No. !2 

Robert Browning: Personalia, by Edmund Gosse, from Nassau Lit- 
erary Magazine 46:2: 133: June 1890; Is the Philosophizing Ten- 
dency of Present English Works of Imagination Injurious to Them 
as Wor^s of Art? by C. S. P., from The Vassar Miscellany 6: 
2:59-64: Jan. 1877; Address of Rev. Samuel M. Crothers, from 
Proceedings of the Thirty-second Annual Meeting of the Free 
Religious Association, Boston, Mass., June 1 and 2, 1899, 72-81 ; 
Remarks of Rev. Jenlfin Lloyd Jones, from Proceedings of Thirty- 



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MAGAZINE, ECLECTIC 

Magazine Articles: Wordsworih, Tenn\)son, anB Broivning; or. 
Pure, Ornale, and Grotesque m English Poetry (National Review) 
1:3:273-284: March 1865, 1:4:41 5-427: April 1865; A Child 
Asleep, by Mrs. Browning, 1 :4:521 -522: April 1865; Robert 
Brownings Poems (St. Paul's) 13:3:267-279:March 1871; Rob- 
ert Broi»ning, Writer of Plays, by W. L. Courtney (Fortnightly 
Review) 38:3:358-366:Sept. 1883; The Ring and the Book (St. 
Paul's) 13:4:400-41 2: April 1871 821.88 Xme-. 

MAGAZINE OF ART 

1890; 246-252:May 1890; 261-267:June 1890. 
MAGAZINE OF POETRY 

Elizabeth Barrett BroTvning. By Eva Marie Kennedy. With Port- 
rait of Elizabeth B. Browning. Quarterly Review 5:2: April 1893. 
MAGGS BROTHERS 

Catalogue 367:21-23. First Edition of the works of the Esteemed 

Authors of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Association Books and 

MSS. 821.88 Xcm. 

Catalogue. English Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries. 389: 

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By L. H. Hough. Methodist Review 30:5:696-706:Sept.-Oct. 

1914 (Fifth Series). (Whole No. 529:96:5) 821.88 Xmmr. 
MAGNET OF THE SOUL. THE 

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821.88 Xblg. 
MAGNUS, LAURIE 

Briefs on New BooJ(s 

Notes on the Histor)) 

view 85: 148: Jan. 1906. 

The Succession of Mr. Meredith. Fortnightly Review 88:935: 

Dec. 2, 1907. 
MAIS. S. P. B. 

Rupert Brooke. Fortnightly Review 104:348-362: Aug. 1915. 
MAKERS OF ENGLISH POETRY 

By W. J. Dawson. Chap. 25, Robt. Browning, 276; Chap. 26, 

Browning's Philosophy of Life, 284 ; Chap. 27, The Spirit of 

Browning's Religion, 293; Chap. 28, Browning's Attitude to Chris- 
tianity, 303; Chap. 30, Robt. Browning — Concluding Survey, 319- 

332 821.09 D272m. 
MAKERS OF LITERATURE 

By George Edward Woodberry. On Browning's Death 386 

820.4 W881. 
MAKING A NAME IN LITERATURE 

By Edmund Gosse. Forum 8:196:Oct. 1889. 
MAKING OF A GREAT POEM, THE 

By Anna Benneson McMahan. Dial 45:344-5:Nov. 16, 1908. 
MAKING OF A POET, THE 

By Stephen Gwynn. Nineteenth Century 67:65-78: Jan. 1910. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 265:484-493. 
MALE BLUE-STOCKING, A, SOAME JENYNS 

By Norman Pearsons. Nineteenth Century 62:126-141 :July 1907. 
MALLESON, W. T. 

H albert and Hob. Notes and News. Poet Lore 9:3:465-466. 



Dial 48: 152-5: March 1. 
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MALLOCK, W. H. 

Everyman H'n On>n Poti or The Inspired Singer's Recipe Boolf. 

Containing Hol» to Ma^e an Imitation of Mr. Dron>ning. Chicago, 

1903. 

Necessary Conditions of Great Poetry. Literary Digest 21 :248- 

249:Sept. 1. 1900. 
MALLOY. CHARLES 

Bacchus, One of the World's Great Poems. Arena 32:504-13: 

Nov. 1904. 

La Saisiaz: The Real significance of The Brand Flamboyant. Poet 

Lore 8:5:256-265. 

The Poems of Emerson. Arena 32:145-151 : Aug. 1904; 33:65- 

70:Jan. 1905. 
MANCHESTER QUARTERLY 

BroVfning and The Creelf Drama. By A. S. Wilkins. 8:377-390: 

Oct. 1883. 
MANLOVE, MRS. P. H. 

Miss Ford's Literary Circles — Nashville, Tenn. Poet Lore 2:6: 

331-32. 
MANN. DOROTHEA LAWRENCE 

Browning. Homage to Robert BroJoning, Aleph Tanner 49 821.88 

Xhi. 

MANUAL TRAINING 

To a Sjvallow Building Under Our Eaves. By Mrs. Browning. 
18:221 :Jan. 1917. 

MANUSCRIPT. OF THE BROWNING 

By Frederic G. Kenyon. Littell's Living Age 278:733-738: 
Sept. 20. 1913. 

MANWARING, G. B. 

// We Return. Letters of a Soldier in KHchner's Army. 940.91 
M294i. 

MARBLE. ANNIE RUSSELL 

Biography of the Mind. Dial 37:267-268: Nov. 1. 1904. 

Emerson, Poet and Thinker. Dial 37:366-7:Dec. 1. 1904. 

The Latest Critic of Broivning's Poetry. Dial 33:395-6:Dec. 1, 

1902. 

Modern Echoes of Petrarch. Dial 37:29-31 :July 16. 1904. 

William Wetmore Story and His Friends. Dial 35:348-51 : Nov. 

16. 1903 

MARCH, FRANCIS A.. LL. D. 

Robert Broivning. Independent 52:1 :1 :Jan. 2, 1890. 

MARCH HARE, A 

By Charles Stracher. Eclectic Magazine 68:46: July 1898. 

MARCHING ALONG 
See Music. 

MAREAN. EMMA ENDICOTT 

The Browning Society of Boston. Poet Lore 5:2:110-112; 5:3: 
168; 5:4:228; 5:5:288; 5:6&7:384; 6:11:584; 7:1:55-56; 7: 
8&9:47 1-472. 

The Nature Element in Browning's Poetry. Boston Browning So- 
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Notes and News. Poet Lore 7:5:277-280; 7:3:166-168. 

MARK TWAIN AS AN AUTHOR 

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MARKHAM. ANNA CATHERINE 

The Cirl With the Blue Eyei. Homage to Robert Bron>mng, 
Aleph Tanner 76 821.88 Xhl. 

MARKHAM. EDWIN 

Appendices 117-118, Centenary Addresses. A Sonnet 3 821.88 

Vnya. 

On the Poetry of Poe. Literary Digest 28:91 2: June 25, 1904. 

Poetry of Poe. Arena 32: 170- 175: Aug. 1904. 

Imagination. The Man With the Hoe and Other Poems 50 81 1 

M345mh. 

Same. Homage to Robert DroJt>ning, Aleph Tanner 36 821.88 

Xht. 

To Browning. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 40 

821.88 Xht. 
MARKHAMS, EDWIN, BOOK OF POEMS 

Editorial. Literary Digest 18:695-696: June 17, 1899. 
MARQUIS, NEETA 

The Sonnets from the Portuguese. Homage to Robert Browning, 

Aleph Tanner 74 821.88 Xht. 
MARRIAGE, TRAGEDY IN 

The Study Class. By Anna Benneson McMahan. 202-203 807 

Ml 67. 
MARSTON, PHILIP BOURKE 

A Realistic Poet. Atlantic Monthly 49:51 4-51 7: April 1882, 
MARSTON, WESTLAND 

Our Recent Actors (Browning and Macready). Poet Lore 1 :2: 

104. 
MARTIN. GEORGE H. 

The Peculiar Obligation of the Public High School. Educational 

Review 43:466:May 1912. 
MARTIN, LADY HELENA FAUCIT 

By Sir Theodore Martin. See Index for numerous references to 

Browning. B F257m. 
MARTINEAU. HARRIET 

Autobiography 194 C 739. 
MARTLEY. W. G. 

Women. London Browning Society Papers 4:57-64 821.88 Dbs. 
MARX, MISS ELEANOR 

An Account of Abbe Vogler. (From Fetes and Nisard.) Brown- 
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MARZIALS. SIR FRANK T. 

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MASON, AMELIA GERE 

Club and Salon. I. Century 56: 122- 127: May 1898. 
MASON. CAROLINE ATWATER 

The Spell of Italy. References to Robert Browning 271, 272, 273, 

259,261.281. 360. 
MASON. EDWARD T. 

Edited. Lyrical and Dramatic Poems. Selected from the works 

of Robert Browning with an extract from Stedman's Victorian 

Poets. 

MASSON, DAVID 

Edinburgh University and Women (on Tennyson). Poet Lore 4: 

12:636. 

In the Footsteps of the Poets. Robert Browning, by R> H. Hutton, 



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297-330; Mrs. Brojvning, by the Lord Bishop of Ripon. 279-295 

821.04 M419i. 

The Three Interests in Old English Literature. Contemporary Re- 
view 21:199-226:Jan. 1873. 
MASSON. ROSALINE 

Robert Browning in Edinburgh. Comhil! Magazine 152:590:226- 

240:Feb. 1909 821.88 Xman. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 260:653-663. 

A Departure from Tradition. (Chamb. J.) Littell's Living Age 

207:15-23. 

An Inspired Little Creature and the Poet Wordsworth. (Fortn.) 

Littell's Living Age 267:790-801. 
MASSON, TOM 

Beans and Browning. Current Opinion 3:34:359:March 1903. 
MASTER HUGUES OF SAXE-GOTHA 

Browning Study Programme: A Croup of Music Poems — A Toc- 
cata of Caluppi's Master H agues of Saxe-Cotha, Abt Vogler. By 

Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 10:2:288-293. 
MASTER SINGER, THE 

• By Elizabeth Clendenning Ring. Homage to Robert Browning, 

Aleph Tanner 145 821.88 Xht. 
MASTER-SPIRITS 

By Robert Buchanan. Browning's Masterpieces 89-109 820.04 

B918m8. 
MASTERPIECE OF ENGLISH LITERATURE 

Review. Independent 47:2:1205:1895; 
MASTERPIECE OF ENGLISH NARRATIVE VERSE. THE 

By Charles Leonard Moore. Dial 43 :303-305 :Nov. 16, 1907. 
MASTERS BY PROXY 

By Robert Haven Schauffler. Century 88:506-51 2: Aug. 1914. 
MASTERS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE, BOOK NOTICES 

By Edwin Walts Chubb. Education Magazine 35:537-542: April 

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MASTERY 

Robert Browning's Mastery of Rh^me. By W. J. Rolfe. Boston 

Browning Society Papers 172 821.88 Vbp. 

By W. J. Rolfe. Poet Lore 5:5:258-66. 
MATERIAL FROM ENGLISH LITERATURE OF THE INTER- 
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By Prof. Myra Reynolds. Biblical World 1 1 :49-52:Jan. 1898; 

ll:127-130:Feb. 1898; 1 1 :203 -207: March 1898; 11:257-259: 

April 1898. 

MATHER, FRANK JEWETT, JR. 

Literature. Forum 34:77-91. 220-230. 387-403 :July-Jan. 1902-3 

MATHER. J. MARSHALL 

Popular Studies of Nineteenth Cenfury Poets. Chapter 7, Brown- 
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MATRIMONY AND THE MAN OF LETTERS 

By Sidney Low. Nineteenth Century 66:423-433 :Sept. 1909. 
Same. Littell's Living Age 263:131-138. 

MATTER. THE TRANSFIGURATION OF 

By George Barlow. Contemporary Review 85:686-696: May 1904. 

MATTHEWS. BRANDER 

An Inquiry as to Rh^me. Bookman 8:32-38 :Sept. 1898. 
Invention in Literature. Scribner's 41 :246-250:Feb, 1907. 



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Lileralure. Forum 40:499:Nov. 1908. 

The Play^wrighl and the Pla^-Coers. 102:421 -426: July 1908. 

Postscript as to Rhy^me. Bookman 13:41 6-1 8: July 1901. 

Relation of Drama to Literature. Forum 24:635-639: Jan. 1898. 

ReviW of the Poetic Drama. Atlantic Monthly 101 :2 19-224: Jan. 

1908. 

Special Article. Forum 39:423: Jan. 1908. 
MATTHEWS. WILLIAM 

Stud^ of Dictionaries. Literary Digest 13:525: Aug. 22, 1896. 
MAURY, ANTONIA C. De P. P. 

A Friend of Emerson. Poet Lore 26:3:362. 
MAXWELL, SIR HERBERT 

Lord Randolph Churchill. (Nat'l R.) Littell's Living Age 205: 
'28-37. 
MAYERS. F. W. H. AND OTHERS 

Apparitions. Nineteenth Century 15:791-815. 
MAYHEW, WM. H. 

Han^thorne and His Circle. New Church Review 11:385-392: 

July 1904. 
MAYNE, ETHEL COLBURN 

Browning's Heroines. With Frontispiece and Decorations. By 

Maxwell Armfield. 821.88 Pmh. 
MAYO, ISABELLA F. 

An Aberdeen Student of Today. Eclectic Magazine 122:234-241 : 

Feb. 1894. 
M. B. 

Bp the Fireside. Baylor Literary and Georgetonian 821.88 

Xblg. 
McCABE, LIDA ROSE 

A Browning Anecdote. Outlook 44:358:Aug. 22, 1891. 

McCain, rea 

The Fear of the Present. English Journal 5:607: Nov. 1916. 

McCarthy, justin 

A History of Our Own Times 2:297 942.08 Ml 27a. 
SoTrie Memories of Tennyson, Browning and George Eliot. Liter- 
ary Digest 19:40:July 8. 1899. 

McCarthy's reminiscences, mr. 

By W. P. Trent. Forum 28:376-379: Nov. 1899. 
McCHESNEY, D. G. 

Dora Creenwell, Her Poems. Fortnightly Review 86:262:Aug. 

1906. 
McCLURE, FRANK 

Cleveland's New Method of Care for Her Wards. Chautauquan 

61:90-98:Dec. 1910. 
McCLURE'S MAGAZINE 

Men of Letters. By Geo. W. Smalley. 20:53-65 :Nov. 1902. 
McCOOK. HENRY C. 

Another Spider Query and Answer. Poet Lore 1:11 :5 18-20. 

Answer to a Query. Poet Lore 1 :3:486. 
McCORMICK, WILLIAM S. 

Lectures on Literature. Robert Browning 125-184 820.4 Ml 31. 
McCORMICK, WILLIAM S. (AND OTHERS) 

The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Athenaeum 3723:268-269: 

March 4, 1899. 

McCRACKEN, ELIZABETH 

Stage Production of Browning's Plays, Poet Lore 14:3:115-31. 



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McCRIE. GEORGE 

The Religion of Our Literature. Essays upon Thomas Carlyle, 
Robert Browning, Alfred Tennyson. Robert Browning 69-109 
820.4 M132. 

McGOWAN. EVA 

The Love Affairs of the Poets. Baylor Literary 17:334-337 June 
1909. 

McINTYRE, CLARA F. 

yVeiP Poets Judged b]f Old Standards. Poet Lore 28:4:445. 448. 
McKlNNEY. BERNICE 

Modern Faith in Browning's Poetry, a translation of Quelques 

aspects de la foi moderne dans les poemes de Robert Browning. 

By P. Berger. 821.88 Rbem. 

McLaughlin. J. B. 

The Religion of Robert Browning. The Ampleforth Journal 4:1: 

48-62 :Oct. 1903. 
McMAHAN, ANNA BENNESON 

Browning as the Poet of His Century. Dial 54:294-6: April 1, 

1913. 

Browning, the Man. Centenary Addresses 9-32 821.88 Vnya. 

Edited. Florence in the Poetry of the Brownings. Being a Selec- 
tion of the Poems of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning 

which have to do with the History, the Scenery and the Art of 

Florence. 82 1 .88 Gmf . 

The Making of a Great Poem. Dial 45:344-5:Nov. 16, 1908. 

An Interesting Memorial of Two Great Authors. Dial 31 :229- 

30:Oct. 1. 1901. 

New Lights on Browning's Personality). Dial 50: 206-9: March 

16, 1911. 

7'/ie Stud}) Class. A guide for the students of English Literature. 

187-225 807 Ml 67. 
McMASTER'S UNIVERSITY MONTHLY 

Studies in Browning's Art Poems. By Roy Harris. 349-358: 

May 1918 821.88 Lmm. 
McMILLIAN'S MAGAZINE 

Some Thoughts on Browning. By Mary A. Lewis. July 1882 

821.88 Dml. 
McNARY, SARAH J. 

Sex Education. English Journal 8:245-247: April 1919. 
McNICOLL, THOMAS 

Essays on English Literature. R. Browning 298-314 820.4 Ml 69. 
MEDHURST. FRANCIS 

An Invocation. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 39 

821.88 Xht. 
MEDLEY OF NOTABLES. A 

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MEETING 

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MEETING AT NIGHT AND PARTING AT MORNING 

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In Japanese. 808.1 K75. 

By L. M. Sidney. Lessons From Browning. 821.88 Dslb. 
MELON-SELLER, THE 

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MEMOIR, ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON, A 

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MEMOIR OF ROBERT BROWNING 

Pall Mall Budget Thursday. Dec. 19, 1889 821.7 Xpmb. 
MEMOIRS 

By Henry Fothergill Chorley. Compiled by Henry G. Hewlett. 

Mrs. Bror»nmg 2:30-38, 167-169; Robert BroT^ning 25-26, 30, 

169-174. 1:212-213 B C551h. 
MEMORABLE ART CLASS 

By Thomas Sulman. Good Words. Litteil's Living Age 214:889- 

893. 
MEMORABLE LOVE LETTERS 

By E. Rafford Pike. Cosmopolitan 37:253-261. 
MEMORIAL HELD BY THE BOSTON BROWNING SOCIETY. 

JAN. 28, 1890 

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C. W. Bardeen, Syracuse, N. Y.. 1890. 821.88 Bsy. 
MEMORIAL MEETING TO ROBERT BROWNING, THE EXER- 
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MEMORIAL NOTES, BROWNING 

By F. Charlton. Poet Lore 2:2:100-111. 
MEMORIAL OF TWO GREAT AUTHORS, AN INTERESTING 

By Anna Benneson McMahan. Dial 31 :228-30:Oct. 1, 1901. 
MEMORIAL PUBLICATIONS, BROWNING 

Poet Lore 2:6:326-7. 
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By Alice Kent Robertson. Poet Lore 2:3:152-155. 
MEMORIAL TO ROBERT BROWNING 

Under the Auspices of the Browning Society of Boston. King's 

Chapel. Tuesday, Jan. 28. 1890. Printed for the Society by the 

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MEMORIALS OF ROSSETTI 

Atlantic Monthly 51 :549-555: April 1883. 
MEMORIES OF BROWNING, BEAUTIFUL 

(A review of Mrs. Bronson's Recollections of Browning in Venice, 

which appeared in the Cornhill Magazine.) Review of Reviews 

25:353-354:March 1902. 
MEMORIES OF SEVENTY YEARS 

By E. G. J. Dial 18:43-45:Jan. 16, 1895. 
MEMORY OF R. B. (1812-1889), TO THE 

By John Savary. Literary World 21 :1 :8:Jan. 4, 1890. 

MEN AND WOMEN . 

By Robert Browning. Ticknor & Fields, Boston. 1866. (Authors 
Edition 821.88 Hmwt. 
Athenaeum 1464: 1327- 1328: Nov. 17, 1855. 

By Robert Browning. (Reviewed.) Poetry of the Past Year. Th« 
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MEN AND WOMEN. AND PIPPA PASSES. BROWNING'S 

By E. Fortescue Bricksdale. Dial 49:473:Dec. 1. 1910. 
MEN AND WOMEN. BROWNINGS 

By H. Ospovat. Dial 35:425:Dec. 1. 1903. 

The Rambler, Catholic Journal and Review. Jan. 1856. 
MEN AND WOMEN. REMARKS OF BROWNING'S 

Editorials. Blackwood's Magazine 79: 1 33.1 37: Feb. 1836. 
MEN OF LETTERS 

By Geo. W. Smalley. McClure's 20:53-65:Nov. 1902. 
MEN OF LETTERS— THE UNHAPPY LOVE AFFAIRS OF 

By Strachey and Littlefield. Current Opinion 47:312-313:Nov. 

1909. 
MEN OF MARK 

A Gallery of Contemporary Portraits of Men Distinguished in 

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Robert Browning: Poet and Dramatist. 821.88 Bmm. 
MENAGE DE POESIES 

By Mary James Darmesteter. (In French.) Revue de Paris 18: 

295-317:Sept. 15, 1898; 18:788-81 7 :Oct. 15, 1898 821.88 Bmd. 
MERCER, ARTHUR 

Poeir\f of Courtship and Marriage. New Church Review 15:392- 

404: July 1908. 
MEREDITH 

BroUfning and Meredith, Some Points of Similarit}f. By Mary 

Winchester Abbolt. 821 Dap. 

Same. ( 1 ypewritten) 821.88 Dam. 

Same. By Editor. Priory Magazine Aug. 1903 821.88 Dpm. 
MEREDITH AS A POET 

By Miss M. Sturge Henderson. Literary Digest 36:341 -342 :March 

7, 1908. 

MEREDITH. GEORGE 

To Robert BroTi>ning. Homage to Robert Droii>ning, Aleph Tanner 
130 821.88 Xht. 

By Percy Lubbock. (Quart. R.) Littell's Living Age 264:515- 
326. 

Poems and Lyrics of the Jo}f of the Earth. Athenaeum 2909:103- 
104: July 28. 1883. 
A Faith on Trial. 821.88 M559p. 

MEREDITH, GEORGE, POETRY OF 

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MEREDITH. MR. GEORGE, A STUDY OF 

By J. A. Newton Robinson. Eclectic Magazine 118:124-129. 

MEREDITH IN HIS POEMS, MR. 

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By Professor Edward Dowden. Eclectic Magazine 118:650-660: 

May 1892. 

By Edward Dowden. Fortnightly Review 57:337-353:March 

1892. 

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MEREDITH ON THE SOURCE OF DESTINY, GEORGE 

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MEREDITH'S STYLE. PENALTY OF 

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MEREDITH, THE GREAT PSYCHOLOGIST OF ENGLISH FIC- 
TION, GEORGE 
Current Opinion 47:49-54: July 1909. 
MEREDITH, THE MORAL PHILOSOPHY OF 
Contemporary Review 96:23-29 :July 1909. 
Munse/s 30:l53:Oct. 1903. 
MEREDITH. WILL THE NOVELS OF GEORGE. ENDURE 

Current Opinion 44:51-53 :Jan. 1908. 
MERLETTE. GERMAINE-MARIE 

La Vie et VOeuvre d'Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 
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La Vie et iOeuvre de Elizabeth Browning. Athenaeum 4045:585- 
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Browning as an Artist from Memorial Meeting of the Syracuse 
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The Use of the Ugl}f in Art. Poet Lore 13:2:255-60. 
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Faith and Sight. Robert Browning 128-144 230 M571. 
MERRILL. WILLIAM STETSON 

Browning Society Papers. Library Journal 28:104:March 1903. 
MERTENS, MARSHALL LOUIS 

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MESMERISM 

Translated into Japanese. By Iwano Homei. Kinsei Eibungal(u 
(Studies in Modern English Literature) 132-149 820.8 S933j. 
Notes under Current Topics. Albion 133: March 13, 1869. 
By Ezra Pound. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 46 
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ING'S 

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MESSAGE TO ARTISTS AND CRAFTSMEN OF TODAY. 
BROWNING'S 

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MESSAGE TO THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, 
BROWNING'S 
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MESSAGE TO THE TIME. BROWNING'S 

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WORLD SOUL. THE 

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Francis H. Williams. Poet Lore 6:6&7:348-56. 
METEYARD. TOM B. 

The Trvo Bobbies. Literary Digest 10:73:Nov. 17, 1894. 
METHODIST QUARTERLY REVIEW 

Browning's Ring and the Book, By G. H. Clark. April and July 

1911 821.88 Hrc. 
METHODIST REVIEW 

Child Roland lo the Dark Toroer Came. An Interpretation. By 

Geo. H. Willett. 601 :July-Aug. 1914. 

The Magic of a Book. By L. H. Hough. 696:Sept.-Oct. 1914. 

Sarah Floroer Adams — One of the Early Friends of Bror»ning. 

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Andrea del Sarto and His Wife. By A. W. Crawford. 929:Nov.- 

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Eine Interpretation. Robert Browning. The Ring and the Book- 

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MEYNELL. ALICE 

The Love Letters of Broivning. Bookman 9:162-5. 

Love Letters of Tn>o Poets. Literary Digest 18:425-426: April 15, 

1899. 

Stephen Phillips. Poetry Journal. Littell's Living Age 289:367- 

369. 
M. G. 

Some Odd Numbers. Murray's. Littell's Living Age 175:308-313. 
MICHAEL. MRS HELEN C. DE SILVER (ABBOTT) 

Studies in Plant and Organic Chemistry^ and Literary^ Papers Cam- 
bridge 1907. The Drama in Relation to Truth 364-369. 

Printed also in Poet Lore 7:3:149-154. 547-582:March 1895. 
MIDDLE YEARS 

By Henry James. Scribner's 62:61 2: Nov. 1917. 
MIDDLEBURY CAMPUS. THE 

Some Thoughts on Browning's Ethical Views. By G. Watts Cim- 

ningham. 8:83-88: May 1912. 

MIHRAH SHAH 

See Music. 

MILDRED, BROWNING'S 

By J. J. Britton. Poet Lore 5:5:266-272. 

MILES. ALFRED H. 

By Editor. The Browning Reciter. Verse and Prose for Recita- 
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By his son, Arthur Milman. Edinburgh Review 191 :51 1 :April 

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MILNE. J. 

The Popular Reprint in England. Fortnightly Review 102:351- 

352: Aug. 1914. 
MILSAND, JOSEPH 

See a French Friend of Browning. By Th. Bentzon. (Mme. 

Blanc.) Scribner's Magazine 20:108-120. 
MILSAND, M. J. 

La Poesie Anglaise Depuis B'^ron. Robert Browning 2:661-689: 

July 15. 1851; Elizabeth Browning 3:339-361 :Jan. 15, 1852 

821.8 M661. 
MILTON 

By W. F. Alexander. Contemporary Review 96:668-683 :Dec. 

1909. 
MILTON AND MODERN MEN 

By G. E. G. De Montmorency. Contemporary Review 94:693- 

705:Dec. 1908. 
MINCHIN, HARRY CHRISTOPHER 

Browning and IVordsworth. LittelKs Living Age 274:104-112: 

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MIND. THE BIOGRAPHY OF A 

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MIND, THE CLUE TO BROWNING'S 

Editorial. Dial 52:386:May 16, 1912. 

MINISTRY, THE WORK OF THE 

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MINOR POETS, THE 

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280. 

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MISCONCEPTIONS 

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MISSION OF LITERATURE 

By Theodore W. Hunt. Forum 24:5IO:Dec. 1897. 

MISSION OF TENNYSON 

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MISTAKEN. BROWNING 

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MODERN BALLADS 

By Henry G. Heulett. Contemporary Review 26:958-980: Nov. 

1875. 
MODERN ENGLISH BY HALL 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 140:5:74-86: July 1874. 
MODERN ipOLJS 

Studies in Biography and Criticism. By Wm. Henry Thome. 

801 T511mi. 
MODERN IMPERIALISM AS SHOWN IN BROWNING'S POR- 
TRAIT OF NAPOLEON III 

By Charlotte Porter. Poet Lore 12:1:80-95. 
MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION 

By Prof. J. W. Cunliffe. Nation 86:7:Jan. 1908. 
MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION PUBLICATIONS 

Elizabeth Barrett's Influence on Broi»ning's Poetry. By J. W. 

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A Literary Mosaic. By Chas. W. Hodell. 23:2:510-519 812.88 

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MODERN LANGUAGE NOTES 

BroDfning in France. By Wm. Lyons Phelps. 31 :24-32:Jan. 1916. 
MODERN LIFE AND MODERN POETRY 

By Josephine P. Peabody. Poet Lore 14:1:62. 
MODERN MEN OF LETTERS 

(Honestly Criticised.) By James Hain Friswell. Robert Bronfning 

119-131 820.1 F918m. 
MODERN NOTES IN LITERATURE. THE 

By Claude Bragdon. Literary Digest 27:897:Dec. 26. 1903. 
MODERN PHILOLOGY 

A Guide for the Blind. By Louise Fagan Peirce. 6:4:487-502: 

April 1909. 
MODERN POETRY AND A COURAGEOUS PUBLISHER 

Apollo and Keats on Bromning. Poet Lore 15:1 :1 13-1 14. 
MODERN POETS AND CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Editorial. Independent 62: 734: March 28. 1907. 

Nation 84:268-69: March 1907. 
MODERN POETS AND CHRISTIAN TEACHING 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By Martha Foote Crow. 821.88 

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MODERN POETS AND THE MEANING OF LIFE 

By Frederic W. H. Myers. Eclectic Magazine 120:365-377: 

March 1893. 
MODERN POET PROPHETS 

Ideal Womanhood in the Masterpieces of Dante, Coethe and Rob- 

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MODERN SHORT STORY: ITS NATURE AND ORIGIN. THE 

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MODERN SOCIAL RELIGION 

By Horace Halley. Forum 55: 570: April 1916. 
MODERN VILLIAN. THE 

By Norman Hapgood. Collier's Weekly 33:18:April 30, 1914. 
MOLINEUX. MARIE ADA 

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MOLMENTI. POMPEO 

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MONTMORENCY. J. E. G. de 

The Anglo Norman Renaissance, Edinburgh Review 229:154-172: 

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Bottom's Dramas. Contemporary Review 1 14:581 -585 :Ocl. 1918. 

Chivalry and Civilization. Reference to Ring and the Bool^. Edin- 
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Literary Genius. Contemporary Review 100:1 :429-434 of Literary 

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TOWER GAME. THE 

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50:100-101 :Jan. 1911. 

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Nov. 16. 1907. 

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MOORE. CHARLOTTE 

The Art Spirit in BroTvnings Flight of the Duchess. Poet Lore 

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MOORE. MRS. CLARA JESSOP 

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MOORISH FRONT TO THE DRAMA 

Luria, By Ernest Radford Pyke. London Browning Society 

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MORAL PHILOSOPHY OF MEREDITH 

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LittelPs Living Age 262:423-427. 
MORALITY AND IMMORALITY 

By T. W. Fowle. Contemporary Review 19:673 -695: May 1871, 
MORALITY OF THACKERY AND GEORGE ELIOT. THE 

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MORAN. MABEL 

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MORE. PAUL ELMER 

Penalty of Meredith's Stymie. Literary Digest 30:891 : June 12, 

1905. 

Christina Rossetti. Atlantic Monthly 94:815-21 :Jan. 1904. 

Why Is Browning Popular? Literary Digest 30:775-776:May 25. 

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Shelburne Es5a})s. Independent 59:2:1 1 12:Nov. 9. 1905. 
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MORGAN. A. 

Shal^espeare and Browning Societies. Science 15:282:Feb. 2I« 

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MORLEY, JOHN 

On The Ring and the Book- Studies in Literature 255-285 804 

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MORRIS, GEO. PERRY 

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MORRIS' POEMS. WILLIAM 

By Andrew Lang. Longman's. Littell's Living Age 21 1 :323-336. 
MORRIS. WILLIAM 

Athenaeum 4423:109-1 10: Aug. 3, 1912. 

By Theo. Watts Dunton. Athenaeum 3598: 486- 488: Oct. 10. 

1896. 

Poems fcj? the Wa^. Athenaeum 3359:336-338: March 12, 1892. 
MORRIS, WILLIAM, THE COLLECTED WORKS OF 

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MORTIMER, W. 

A Note on Browning. Art Review 1 :5:28-32:Feb. 1890. 
MORTON, EDWARD P. 

Chronology and Metrical Tests. South Atlantic Quarterly 10:159- 

168:April 1911. 
MORTON, IRENE ELDER 

Browning. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 128-129 

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MOSAIC POETRY 

Literary Digest 39:494:Sept. 25. 1909. 
MOSCHELES, FELIX 

Brownings Asolo. Scribner's 10:359-367:SepT 1891. 

Fragments of an Autobiography. Some Incidents of Robert Brown- 
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MOSELY. B. L. 

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MOSHER. A. M. 

Browning's Summers in Brittany. Century 54: 755- 768: Sept. 1897. 

The Spell of Brittany. See Index. 
MOSS, J. S. K., AND J. BRUTON AITKEN 

Browning's Estimate of the Value of Effort. FrOm Notes to th« 

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MOSSES IN LITERATURE 

Eclectic Magazine 122: 275 -278: Feb. 1894. 
MOTHERLESS HEROINE, THE 

By Louise M. Field. Poet Lore 17:4:99-101. 
MOTIVES AND METHODS OF AUTHORSHIP 

By G. Eyre Todd. Literary Digest 12:640-641 :March 28. 1896. 
MOULTON. CHARLES 

The Library^ of Lilerar^ Criticism of English and American 

Authors, 1855-1874. Elizabeth Barrett Broi»ning 6:228-247; 

Robert Browning 7:677-720. 
MOULTON, LOUISE CHANDLER 

Browning. Homage to Robert Bronning, Aleph Tanner 107 

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By H. A. C. Poet Lore 12:1:114-125. 
MOULTON. R. G., J. P. PETERS AND A. B. BRUCE AND 

OTHERS 

The Bible as Literature. Biblical World 9:31 l-313:June 1897. 
MOULTON, RICHARD G. 

World Literature. Robert Browning 356-358, 403. 
MOUNTAIN-BIRTH 

By Alfred Forman. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

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MOXOM, PHILIP STAFFORD 

Balaustions Opinion of Euripides. Boston Browning Society 

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MSS. OF THE BROWNINGS 

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MUCKLE-MOUTH MEG 

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MUDGE, JAMES 

The Best of Browning. With an introduction by Rev. William 

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MUEZZIN 

Poetry and Shop^eeping. Athen. Littell's Living Age 293:685- 

688. 

MUIRHEAD, J. H. 

By Professor William Wallace. Forlnigthly Review 67:694-695: 
May 1897. 

MULEYKEH 

By Robert Brcovning. In The Rising Generation 38:7:208-209: 
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Literary^ Recollections. Cosmopolis. Litteirs Living Age 213 :75- 

89. 

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14:670-71: April 3. 1897. 

More Light on Patmore'i Literary Character. Literary Digest 14: 

700-701 : April 10, 1897. 

Prof. Max Mueller s Recollectiom of Froude and Kingsley. Liter- 
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The Real Significance of the Parliament of Religions. Arena 1 1 : 

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MUNDY, E. W. 

Browning as a Theologian. Memorial Meeting of the Syracuse 

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150:Ocl. 1901. 

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The Charms of Autobiography. 22:61 3: Jan. 1900. 

Chesterton's Browning. 30:153:Oct. 1903. 

Chesterton's Novel. 32: 120: Nov. 1904. 

Country and City Mouse. 31 :603-604:Aug. 1904. 

The Finance of Literary Shrines. By William G. Fitzgerald. 37: 

519-521 :Sept. 1907. 

The Influence of Ibsen. 19:273: May 1898. 

Literary Readings. 15:507: July 1896. 

Maeterlinck and Browning. 30: 759: Feb. 1904. 

Paradoxical Mr. Chesterton. 31:604: Aug. 1904. 

Pauline, Then and Now. 31 :919:Sept. 1904. 

The Tennyson Biography. 18:933-934:March 1898. 

An Vnf or gotten Favorite. 14:501 :Jan. 1896. 
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The Plays of a Great Poet, Speaker. Littell's Living Age 247: 
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MURRAY, JAMES 

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MURRAY'S MAGAZINE 

Asolo and Its Neighborhood. By Linda Villari. Littell's Living 

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Some Odd Numbers. By M. G. Littell's Living Age 175:308-313. 
MUSE IN EXILE, THE 

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MUSES IN THE COMMON SCHOOL. THE 

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AH. LOVE, BUT A DAY 

Set to Music by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. From Three Browning 

Songs. 2 copies. Soprano or Tenor. Opus 44 No. 2. Arthur P. 

Schmidt Co., Boston, Leipzig, New York. 

Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. Browning Songs. First 

Series. Opus 27 No. 4. 2 copies. A. P. Schmidt: Boston, New 

York, Leipzig. 
ALL'S RIGHT WITH THE WORLD 

(From Pippa Passes.) Set to Music by Emiliano Renaud. White- 
Smith Publishing Co., Boston, New York, Chicago. 
AND so YOU FOUND THAT POOR ROOM DULL 

From Appearances. Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. 

Boston: Schmidt Co., 1900. 
APPARITIONS 

Set to Music by Helen A. Clarke. Begins Such a Starved Banl( 

of Moss. 

Set to Music by E. C. Gregory. From Six Songs 4. Novello 

Ewer & Co., London, New York. 

Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. Browning Songs. First 

Series. Opus 27 No. 3. 2 copies. A. P. Schmidt, Boston, Leipzig, 

New York. 
APPEARANCES 

Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. Browning Songs. Second 

Series. 2 copies. Opus 32 No. 2. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, 

Leipzig, New York. 
ASK NOT ONE LEAST WORD OF PRAISE 

Set to Music by Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 3:5:258-259. 
AT THE WINDOW 

Set to Music by Virginia Gabriel. Key G minor. Addison fit 

Lucas, 210 Regent St., London. 

Set to Music by Marshall Kernochan. From Two Poems by Rob- 
ert Browning for a Medium voice with piano accompaniment. G. 

Schirmer, New York. 
BEACH, MRS. H. H. A. 

To the Browning Society of Boston. Three Browning Songs: (I) 

The Year's at the Spring: (2) Ah, Love, But a Day; (3) / Send 

My Heart Up to Thee. Soprano or Tenor. 2 copies. A. P. 

Schmidt & Co., New York. 
BEACH. JOHN 

Is She Not Pure Cold. The Wa-Wan Press, Newton Center. 

Mass. 
BEAN-STRIPE: ALSO APPLE EATING, A 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyrics from Ferishtah's 

Fancies. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, Brussels, London, New 

York. 
PENDING. EDWIN 

The Boy) and the Angel. Set to Music by Edwin Bending for the 

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BERDOE: BROWNING STUDIES 

•Some Noies on Brownings Poems Referring to Music. By Helen 

J. Ormerod. 237-253 821.88 Vlbs. 
BERGH, ARTHUR 

The Pied Piper of Hamelin. Recitation with Pianoforte. Opus 23. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 
BOOT AND SADDLE 

Set to Music by James H. Rogers. Cavalier Song. With Piano 

Accompaniment. (High in G Minor.) G. Schirmer, New York. 
BOOT. SADDLE. TO HORSE AND AWAY 

From Dramatic Lyrics. Set to Music by C. Villiers Stanford. 

Boosey & Co., London. 
BOY AND THE ANGEL. THE 

Set to Music by Edwin Bending for the London Browning Society. 
BRANSCOMBE, GENA 

/ Send A/p Heart Up to Thee. (Serenade.) Soprano or Tenor. 

2 copies. Arthur P. Schmidt Co., New York. 

Marching Along! For medium voice. G. Schirmer. New York. 
BROWNING. ELIZABETH BARRETT 

For Love's Saf(e Only. Music by W. A. Fisher. Two copies. 

HoTV Do I Love Thee. Music by Henry K. Hadley. Two copies. 

// / Were Thou. Music by Marie Von Hammer. Two copies. 

Nevermore Alone. Music by Henry K. Hadley. Two copies. 

A Rose Once Creiv. Music by Marie Von Hammer. Two copies. 

The Soul's Expression. (Four sonnets.) Music by S. Coleridge- 
Taylor. 
BROWNING MEMORIAL (Boston Society) 

Song from Browning's Paracelsus. Songs from Browning's Pippa 

Passes. 821.88 Bmb. 
BUT LOVE 

Words by Robert Browning. Music by Elsie M. Cowley. Mackay 

Bros. 
CAMEL-DRIVER, A 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyric from FerishtaKs 

Fancies. Breilkopf & Haertel, Leipzig, Brussels, London, and New 

York. 

CHANTER. ARTHUR 

There's a Woman LiJie a Dero-drop. (Serenade.^ Allan & Co., 

Ltd., Melbourne. 
CHERRIES 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyrics from FerishtaKs 

Fancies. Breitkopf & Haertel, Leipzig, Brussells, London, New 

York. 
CLARKE. HELEN A. (Music by) 

Apparitions. Begins "Such a starved han^ of moss." 

One Way of Love. Song with Cello Obligato. 

Overhead the Tree Tops Meet. From Pippa Passes, Written for 

the Boston Browning Society. 

COLERIDGE-TAYLOR, S. 

The Soul's Expression. Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Four Sonnets, 
The Soul's Expression, Tears, Grief, Comfort. Novello & Co., 
London. 

COMFORT 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Music by S. Coleridge-Taylor. From 
r/if Soul'i Expression. Novello & Co.. London. 




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COOMBS. C. WHITNEY 

Th^ Face. G. Schirmer, New York. 
COWLEY. ELSIE M. 

Music for But Lo\>e. Words by Robert Browning. 
DE KOVEN. REGINALD 

There 3 a Woman Li^e a Detf-Drop. Soprano or Tenor in G. 

G. Schirmer. New York. 
EAGLE, THE 

Round Us the Wild Creatures. Set to music by Granville Bantock. 

In Lyrics from FerishlaKs Fancies. Breitkopf & Haertel, Leipzig, 

Brussels, London, New York. 
EARTHS IMMORTALITIES 

Set to Music by Clara Katheleen Rogers. Love begins — So, the • 

gear's done with. Vol. 2 of her Browning Songs. Boston: Schmidt, 

1900. 
ELMAN, MISCHA 

In a Gondola. Impromptu for the violin with piano accompaniment. 

Two copies. G. Schirmer, New York, Boston, London. 
EPILOGUE 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyrics from FerishlaKs 

Fancies. Breitkopf & Haertel, Leipzig, Brussels, London, New 

York. 

Set to Music by John Farmer. Balliol College Song Book. By 

Permission of Mr. Barrett Browning. London: Joseph Williams. 
FAMILY. THE 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyrics from FerishlaKs 

Fancies. Breitkopf & Haertel, Leipzig, Brussels. London, New 

York. 
FARMER, JOHN 

Epilogue: At the midnight in the silence of the sleep time. Balliol 

College Song Book. By kind permission of Mr. Barrett Browning. 

London: Joseph Williams. 
FERISHTAH'S FANCIES, LYRICS FROM 

Music by Granville Bantock. Cherries, Epilogue, Plot-Culture, A 

Pillar at Sehzevah, A Bean-Stripe, The Eagle, The Sun, The 

Melon-Seller, Mihrah Shah, A Camel-Driver, The Famil\f, Tvfo 

Camels, Shah Abhas. Published by Breitkopf & Haertel. 
FISHER. WILLIAM ARMS 

For Love's Sal^e Only. Elizabeth Barrett Browning. From Five 

Songs, Opus 9. Oliver Ditson Co.. Boston. 

FOR LOVE'S SAKE ONLY 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Music by William Arms Fisher. No. 
4 from Five Songs, Opus 9. Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

FORBES, J. WINCHELL 
Toccata. 

GABRIEL. VIRGINIA 

At the Windora. Key G minor. Addison & Lucas, 210 Regent 
St., London. 

GALSWORTHY, MRS. JOHN 

Two Songs, Pippa's Song, In the Doorvfay. London: Weekes 
&Co. 

GIVE A ROUSE 

Music by Marshall Kemochan. From Two Poems by Robert 
Browning. For a medium voice with piano accompaniment. New 
York: G. Schirmor, 



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GIVE HER BUT A LEAST EXCUSE TO LOVE ME 

From The Page Sings to the Queen, From Pippa Passes. Music 
by Georgina Schuyler. New York: G. Schirmer, 1882. 

GOOD TO FORGIVE 

From Pisgah's Sights 3. Clara Kathleen Rogers. Browning Songs: 

Second Series. Opus 32 No. 4. Two copies. Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston, Leipzig, New York. 

Music by Alfred G. Robyn. Mezzo soprano. G. Schirmer, New 

York. 

GOODRICH-FREER, A. 

Robert Drowning, the Musician. London Browning Society Papers 
Abstract 5:135-153; Eclectic Magazine 138:174; Littell's Living 
Age 129:803-811; Nineteenth Century 59:648-658: April 1901. 

GREGORY, E. C. 

Six Songs. Words by Robert Browning. One Wa"^ of Loving, 
Misconceptions, Na^, But You Who Do Not Love Her, Appari- 
tions, James Lee's Wife, A Lover's Quarrel. Novello, Ewer & 
Co., London and New York. 

GRIEF 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Music by S. Coleridge-Taylor. From 
The Soul's Expression. Novello & Co., London. 

GROW OLD ALONG WITH ME 

Music by Georgina Schuyler. From Album of Songs 19-20. G. 

Schirmer, New York. 

By Georgina Schuyler. For Mezzo-Soprano Voice. 

HADLEY. HENRY K. 

How Do I Love Thee. Elizabeth Barrett Browning. From Five 
Songs, Opus 20. High voice. 2 copies. Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 
Nevermore Alone. Elizabeth Barrett Browning, From Five Songs, 
Opus 20. High voice. 2 copies. Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 
You'll Love Me Yet. From Pippa Passes. From Five Songs, Opus 
20. High voice. Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

HALLEY, MARGARET A. 

The Year's at the Spring. Paterson & Sons. 

HAMMER, MARIE VON 

// / Were Thou. By Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Two copies. 

A Rose Once Crew. By Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Two copies. 
HARRADEN, ETHEL 

/ Co to Prove Mp Soul. No. 6004. From Selected Octavo Pub- 
lications. Thiehes-Sturlin Music Co., St. Louis. 

The Lost Leader. 

Over the Sea Our Calle^ Went. 

Wilt Thou Change Too? From James Lee's Wife. London: C. 

Jeffnis, 67 Burners St. 

HARTOG, CECILE S. 

The Year's at the Spring. From English Songs. Second Series. 

High G. Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Same. No. 2 in A Flat. Boosey & Co., London, W. 
HOLD ME WITH A CHARM 

Words by Robert Browning. Music by Alick Maclean. Boosey 

& Co., London, 1910. 
HOMER, SIDNEY 

There's Heaven Above. From Johannes Agricola in Meditation. 

With piano accompaniment. Hi|h voice. G. Schirmer, New York^ 



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Three Songs: 0) ^ Woman's Last Word, (2) M}f Star, (3) 
Prospice. High voice. G. Schirmer, New York. 

HOW DO I LOVE THEE? 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Music by Henry K. Hadley. No. 
3 from Five Songs, Opus 20. High voice. Two copies. Oliver 
Ditson Co., Boston. 

I GO TO PROVE MY SOUL 

Taussig- Harraden. No. 6004, Key of F. From Selected Octavo 
Publications. Thiehes-Sturlin Music Co., St. Louis. 

I HAVE A MORE THAN FRIEND 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Set to music by Clara Kathleen 
Rogers. BroJtfning Songs: First Series, Opus 27 No. 5. Two 
copies. A. P. Schmidt, Boston, New York, Leipzig. 

I SEND MY HEART UP TO THEE 

Set to Music by H. H. A. Beach. From Three Drowning Songs. 
Opus 44. Soprano or Tenor. Two copies. A. P. Schmidt & Co., 
New York, Boston. 

By Robert Browning. Music by Gena Branscombe. Three copies. 
(Serenade.) Set to Music by Gena Branscombe. Soprano or 
Tenor. Arthur P. Schmidt Co., New York. 

I WOULD THAT YOU WERE ALL TO ME 

Same as Tt»o in the Campagna. Set to Music by Caroline Reinagle. 
London, Augener 188. 

IF I WERE THOU 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Music by Marie von Hammer. From 
Five Songs. High voice. 1 wo copies. Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

IN A DOORWAY 

Set to music by Mrs. John Galsworthy. From Two Songs. London : 
Weekes & Co. 

IN A GONDOLA 

Music by Mischa Elman. Impromptu for the violin with piano 
accompaniment. Two copies. G. Schirmer, New York. 
Georgina Schuyler. From Album of Songs. G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

INTUITION, SPECIALLY IN REGARD OF MUSIC AND PLAS- 
TIC ARTS, BROWNINGS 
By J. T. Nettleship. London Browning Society Papers 4:381-396. 

IS SHE NOT PURE GOLD 

Set to Music by John Beach. The Wa-Wan Press, Newton Cen- 
ter, Mass. 

JAMES LEE'S WIFE 

From Six Songs. Set to Music by E. C. Gregory. Novello, Ewer 
& Co., New York, London. 

KERNOCHAN, MARSHALL 

Two Poems by Robert Browning for a medium voice with piano 
accompaniment: (1) At the Window, (2) Give a Rouse. G. 
Schirmer, New York. 

Two Songs: (\) A Serenade at the Villa, (2) Round Us the Wild 
Creatures. Medium Voice. One copy. G. Schirmer, New York. 

KING CHARLES 

C. Villiers Stanford. From Three Cavalier Songs for Baritone 
Solo and Male Chorus. Opus 17. Boosey & Co., London. 
Set to Music by Maude Valerie White. Cavalier Song. Two 
copies. Boosey & Co., New York. London. 



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KOBBE, GUSTAV 

To Hone! C. H. Ditson & Co., New York. 

LAST WORD, A 

Words by Robert Browning. Music by Ralph Raymond. Lublin 
& Co., London, 1906. 

LOST LEADER, THE 

Set to Music by Ethel Harraden. 

LOVE 

Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. From Earth's Immor- 
talities. Two copies. Vol. 2 of her Brorvning Songs. Schmidt. 
Boston, 1900. 

LOVE ME FOREVER 

From Dramatic Lyrics. Set to Music by Emiliano Renaud. While- 
Smith Publishing Co., Boston, New York, Chicago. 

LOVERS QUARREL. A 

From Six Songs. Set to Music by E. C. Gregory. Novello, Ewer 
& Co., London, New York. 

MACKENZIE, A. C. 

There's a Woman Like a Deivdrop. From A Blot in the 'Scutch' 
eon. London: Novello & Co., Ltd. New York: The H. W. 
Gray Co. 

MACLEAN. ALICK 

Music for Hold Me With a Charm. Words by Robert Browning. 

MARCHING ALONG! 

Set to Music by Gena Branscombe. For medium voice. G. Schir- 
mer. New York. 

Set to Music by C. Villiers Stanford. From Three Cavalier Songs 
for Baritone Solo and Male Chorus. Opus 17. Two copies. 
Boosey fie Co., London. 

MEETING 

Set to Music by G. Waring Stebbins. G. Schirmer, New York. 

MELON-SELLER, THE 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyrics from Ferishtah's 
Fancies. Breitkopf 8i Haertel, Leipzig, Brussels, London, New 
York. 

MIHRAB SHAH 

Set to Music by. Granville Bantock. In Lyrics iromFerishtah's 
Fancies, Breitkopf fii Hartel, Leipzig, Brussels, London, New 
York. 

MISCONCEPTIONS 

From Six Songs. Set to Music by E. C. Gregory. Novello, Ewer & 
Co., London, New York. 



MUSIC 



A. B. Musical Quer\f. Rolfe. Poet Lore 5:1:48. 
Browning as a Musician. By E. A. Whitehead. Browning Notes 
47-53 821.88 Dhn. 

Browning Stud^ Programme : A Group of Music Poems — A Toc- 
cata of Caluppi's, Master Hugues of Saxe-Cotha, Aht Vogler. By 
Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 10:2:288-293. 
London Browning Society Papers 4:381-396, Appendix 1-16. 
Musical Instrument, Elizabeth Barrett Browning's. By Hiram Cor- 
son. Poet Lore 7:5:256-263. 

Musical Sy^mbolism in Browning. By Helen A. Clarke. Poet 
Lore 3:5:260-9. 
Browning's Intuition in Regard to Music. By J. T. Nettleship. 



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London Browning Society Papers 4:381-396. 

•Some Notes on BroDfiiing's Poem Referring lo Music. By Helen 

J. Ormerod. London Browning Society Papers 11:160-193. 
MUSIC AS WE ALL KNOW IT 

By Susan Wood Burnham. New Church Review 16:224-238: 

April 1909. 
MUSIC BY ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING 

See Browning Memorial for Boston Society. 821.88 Bmb. 
MUSIC FOR THE BOAT SONG IN STRAFFORD 

Poet Lore 1:5:236. 
MUSIC IN BROWNING 

Robert Browning. Everybody's Magazine 12:852-854: June 1905. 
MUSIC, MADNESS AND THE MASTER 

BroTvning's Saul. By Marshall Louis Mertens. 821.88 Hsam. 
MUSIC, NOTES ON BROWNINGS POEMS REFERRING TO 

By Helen J. Ormerod. London Browning Society Papers 9:180- 

195; Berdoe's Bron>ning Studies 237-253 821.88 Vebs. 
MUSIC POEMS 

Poet Lore 1:9:430; 2:5:278. 
MUSIC, POEMS DEALING WITH 

Abt, Vogler, Charles Avison, Balaustion's Adventure, Fifine at the 

Fair, The Crammarian s Funeral, Heretic's Tragedy, Master 

Hugues of Saxe-Coiha, Saul, Serenade at a Villa, A Toccata of 

Caiuppi's, Up at a Villa — DoT»n in the Cit}f, Youth and Art. 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT, A 

The Cost of a Poet: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's. By Hiram 

Corson. Poet Lore 7:259-263. 
MUSICAL LITERATURE. SOME RECENT 

Editorial. Independent 41 :2: 1694- 1 695. 
MUSICAL POSSIBILI 1 lES OF POE'S POEMS 

By Charles Sanford Skilton. Literary Digest 10:400:Feb. 2, 1895. 
MUSICAL QUERY, A BROWNING 

By W. J. R. Poet Lore 5:1:48-49. 
MUSICAL SETT INGS TO BROWNINGS WORDS. A LIST OF 

Poet Lore 1:9:430-432. 
MUSICAL SYMBOLISM IN BROWNING 

By Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 3:3:260-269. 
MUSICIAN, ROBERT BROWNING, THE 

By A. Goodrich-Freer. London Browning Society Papers Abstract 

5:135-153; Eclectic Magazine 138:174; Littell's Living Age 229: 

803-811; Nineteenth Century 49:648-658: April 1901. 
MY STAR 

Set to Music by Helen A. Clarke. From Apparitions: Poet Lore 

7:349-352. 

Set to Music by Sidney Homer. From Three Songs. High Voice. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 

Set to Music by Emiliano Renaud. White-Smith Publishing Co.. 

New York. 

Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. Browning Songs: Second 

Series. Opus 32 No. 1. Two copies. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, 

New York, Leipzig. 

All That I Know of a Certain Star. Set to Music by W. H. 

Neidlinger. From Songs and Ballads. G. Schirmer, New York. 
NAY, BUT YOU WHO DO NOT LOVE HER 

From Six Songs. Set to Music by E. C. Gregory. Novello, Ewer 

k Co., London, New York. 



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NEIDLINGER. W. H. 

Thjf Face. From Tr»o Songs. Baritone or Mezzo Soprano. 

Also M\f Star, from Songs and Ballads. 
NETTLESHIP. J. T. 

BroJ»ning's Intuition, Specially in Regard of Music and Plastic 

Arts. London Browning Society Papers 4:381-396. 
NEVERMORE ALONE 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Set to Music by Henry K. Hadley. 

High Voice. Two Copies. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 
NEVIN. ETHELBERT 

The Wedding Morn. (The Years at the Spring.) Song with 

Piano Accompaniment. High in G flat. Published by Anne Paul 

Nevin, New York. 

My Star: All That I Know of a Certain Star. From Songs and 

Ballads. G. Schirmer, New York. 
O BELL* AUDARE 

To be found in Miss Hickey 's Edition of Stafford 7 82 1 .88 Hsh. 

Thy Face. From Tt»o Songs for Baritone or Mezzo Soprano. G. 

Schirmer, New York. 

ONE WAY OF LOVE 

Song with Cello Obligate. Music by Helen A. Clarke. 

ONE WAY OF LOVING 

From Six Songs. Music by E. C. Gregory. Novello, Ewer & Co., 
London, New York. 

ONE WAY TO LpVE 

Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. Browning Songs. Second 
Series. Opus 32 No. 5. Two copies. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, 
Leipzig, New York. 

ORMEROD, HELEN J. 

Notes on Browning's Poems Referring to Music. London Brown- 
ing Society Papers 9:180-195; Berdoe's Browning Studies 237- 
253. 

OUT OF MY OWN GREAT WOE 

Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. (From Heine by Eliza- 
beth Barrett Browning.) Browning Songs: First Series. Opus 27 
No. 1. Two copies. A. P. Schmidt, Boston, New York, Leipzig. 

OVER THE SEA OUR GALLEY WENT 
Set to Music by Ethel Harraden. 

OVERHEAD THE TREE TOPS MEET 

Set to Music by Helen A. Clarke. From Pippa Passes. Written 

for the Boston Browning Society. 
PAGE SINGS TO THE QUEEN, THE 

Set to Music by Georgina Schuyler. From Album of Songs. G. 

Schirmer, New York. 

PAN'S PIPES 

Words by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Music by H. C. Perrin. 

Published by Breitkopf & Hartel, London. Ballad for Chorus 

and Orchestra. 
PARRY, C. H. H. 

The Pied Piper of Hamelin. (Set to Music for tenor and bast 

solo, chorus and orchestra.) Novello & Co., Ltd., London. 
PERRIN, H. C. 

Pans Pipes. Ballad for Chorus and Orchestra. Breitkopf & 

Hartel, London, Berlin, Leipzig, Brussels, New York. 




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PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN 

Music by Arthur Bergh. Recitation with Pianoforte. Opus 23. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 

By Robert Browning. Set to Music for Tenor and Bass Soli, 

Chorus and Orchestra by Richard H. Matthew. Two copies. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., London, New York. 

Music by C. H. H. Parry. (Set to Music for Tenor and Bass 

Soli, Chorus and Orchestra.) Novello & Co., Ltd., London. 

R. H. Walthew. (Set to Music for Tenor and Bass Soli, Chorus 

and Orchestra.) Two copies. Novello, Ewer & Co., New York, 

London. 

PILLAR AT SEBZEVAH, A 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyrics from Ferishiah's 
Fancies. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, Brussels, London, New 
York. 

PIPPA PASSES 

Set to Music by Georgina Schuyler. The Page Sings to the Queen. 
Begins — Give her but a least excuse to love me. Schirmer, New 
York, 1882. 

PIPPA'S SONG 

Set to Music by Mrs. John Galsworthy. From Tn>o Songs. Lon- 
don: Weekes & Co. 

PLOT-CULTURE 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyrics from Ferishtah's 
Fancies. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, Brussels, London, New 
York. 

POET LORE 

Pippa's Song in Broi»ning. In Life and Letters. 

PROSPICE 

Set to Music by Sidney Homer. From Three Songs. High Voice. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 

Set to Music by C. V. Stanford. Augener & Co., London. 
RAYMOND, RALPH 

Music for A Last Word. Words by Robert Browning. 
REINAGLE, CAROLINE 

Set to Music. Tr»o in the Campagna. Same as I ivould that \fou 

ia>ere all to me. Augener, London, 188-. 
RENAUD, EMILIANO 

Four Songs (Separate Sheets) from Pippa Passes: (1) All's Right 

With the World; (2) You'll Love Me Yet (from Dramatic 

Lyrics); (3) My Star; (4) Love Me Forever. White-Smith 

Publishing Co., Boston, New York, Chicago. 
ROBYN, ALFRED G. 

Good to Forgive. Mezzo Soprano or Baritone. G. Schirmer, New 

York. 

ROGERS. CLARA KATHLEEN 

Browning Songs. First Series. Opus 27. (Words by Robert and 
Elizabeth Browning. (I) Out of Mp On>n Great Woe; (2) 
Summum Bonum; (3) Apparitions; (4) Ah, Love But a Day; 
(5) / Have a More Than Friend; (6) The Year's at the Spring. 
Two copies. Arthur P. Schmidt Co., Boston, Leipzig, New York. 
Browning Songs. Second Series. Opus 32. (Words by Robert 
Browning.) {])M\fStar; (2) Appearances; (3) A Woman's Last 
Word; (4) Good to Forgive (from Pisgah's Sights); (5) One 




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lVa}f of Love; (6) Love. Two copies. Arthur P, Schmidt Co., 

Boston, Leipzig, New York. 

Set to Music. And 'So You Found That Poor Room Dull From 

Appearances. Schmidt, Boston, 1900. 

Set to Music. Earth's Immortalities. Under title Love; begins, So, 

the gear's done with. Vol. II of her Browning Songs. Schmidt, 

Boston, 1900. 
ROGERS, JAMES H. 

Boot and Saddle. Cavalier Song, with piano accompaniment. 

(High in G Minor.) G. Schirmer, New York. 
ROSE ONCE GREW, A 

Marie von Hammer (Mary Sears). From 5evcn Songs. High 

Voice. Two copies. Oliver Ditson, Boston. 
ROUND US THE WILD CREATURES 

Set to Music by Marshall Kernochan. From Two Songs. Medium 

Voice. 1 wo copies. G. Schirmer, New York. 
SCHUYLER, GEORGINA 

Set to Music. Give Her But a Least Excuse to Love Me. From 

The Page Sings to the Queen. From Pippa Passes. G. Schirmer, 

New York, 1882. 

Crow Old Along With Me. From Songs From American and 

English Poets. No. 5. Mezzo Soprano. G. Schirmer, New York. 

In a Gondola. Crow Old Along With A/e, The Page Sings to 

the Queen, This Is a Spra}f the Bird Clung to. From Album of 

Songs. G. Schirmer, New York. 
SERENADE AT THE VILLA, A 

Set to Music by Marshall Kernochan. Published by G. Schirmer, 

New York. ^^i 

SERENADE: I SEND MY HEART UP TO THEE ■! 

Music by Gena Branscombe. Mezzo Soprano. A. P. Schmidt, 

Boston, Leipzig, New York. 
SHAH ABBAS 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyrics from FerishtaKs 

Fancies. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, Brussels, London, New 

York. 
SONG FROM BROWNING'S PARACELSUS 

See Browning Memorial for Boston Society. 821.88 Bmb. 
SONG FROM BROWNING'S PIPPA PASSES 

See Browning Memorial for Boston Society 17 821.88 Bmb. 
SOUL'S EXPRESSION, THE 

Four Sonnets by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Set to Music by S. 

Coleridge-Taylor. The Soul's Expression, Tears, Crief, Comfort. 

Novello & Co., London. 
STANFORD, C. VILLIERS 

Prospice. Augener & Co., London. 

Three Cavalier Songs for Baritone Solo and Male Chorus: (1) 

Marching Along; (2) King Charles; (3) Boot, Saddle, to Horse 

and A wa^. Opus 1 7. Two copies. Boosey & Co., London. 
STEBBINS, G. WARING 

Meeting. G. Schirmer, New York. 
SUCH A STARVED BANK OF MOSS 

From Apparitions. Set to Music by Helen A. Clarke. 

SUM, THE 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyric from Ferishtah'$ 
Fancies. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, Brussels, London, New 
York. 



M 



BROWNINGIANA 267 

SUMMUM BONUM 

Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. Brovtning Songs: First 

Series, Opus 27 No. 2. A. P. Schmidt, Boston, New York, 

Leipzig. Two copies. 
TAUSSIG-HARRADEN 

/ Co to Prove Mj? Soul. No. 6004, Key of F. From Selected 

Oclavo Puhlications. Thiebus-Stievlin Music Co., St. Louis. 
TEARS 

By Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Set to Music by S. Coleridge^ 

Taylor. From The Soul's Expression. Novello & Co., London. 
THERE'S A WOMAN LIKE A DEW-DROP 

Serenade. Set to Music by Arthur Chanter. Allan & Co., Ltd., 

Melbourne. 

Set to Music by Reginald De Koven. Sop. or Tenor in C. G. 

Schirmer, New York. 

Set to Music by A. C. Mackenzie. Novello & Co., Ltd., London; 

The H. W. Gray Co.. New York. 
THERE'S HEAVEN ABOVE 

From Johannes Agricola in Meditation. Set to Music by Sidney 

Homer. G. Schirmer, New York. 
THIS IS A SPRAY THE BIRD CLUNG TO 

Set to Music by Georgina Schuyler. From Album of Songs. G. 

Schirmer, New York. 
THY FACE 

Music by C. Whitney Coombs. G. Schirmer, New York. Two 

copies. 

Set to Music by W. H. Neidlinger. From Two Songs, for Baritone 

or Mezzo Soprano. G. Schirmer, New York. 
TOCCATA 

Music by J. Winchell Forbes. 
TO HORSE 

Set to Music by Gustav Kobbe. C. H. Ditson & Co., New York. 
TWO CAMELS 

Set to Music by Granville Bantock. In Lyric from Ferishtah's 

Fancies. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, Brussels, London, New 

York. 
TWO IN THE CAMPAGNA 

Same as / Would That You Were All to Me. Set to Music by 

Caroline Reinagle. Augener, London. 

VON HAMMER. MARIE (Mary Sears) 

A Rose Once Crer». From iSevcn Songs. High Voice in D. 

Oliver Ditson, Boston. 

// / Were Thou. Elizabeth Barrett Browning. From Five Songs. 

High Voice. Two copies. Oliver Ditson Co.. Boston. 
WALTHEW. RICHARD H. 

The Pied Piper of Hamelin. Set to Music for Tenor and Bass, 

Soli, Chorus and Orchestra. Two copies. Novello, Ewer & Co., 

New York, London. 

WEDDING MORN, THE 

The Year's at the Spring. Song with Piano Accompaniment. Set 
to Music by Ethelbert Nevin. High in G flat. Published by Ann* 
Paul Nevin. G. Schirmer, New York. 

WHITE. MAUD VALERIE 

King Charles. Cavalier Song. No. 2 in G. Boosey 8c Co., London, 
New York. Two copies. 



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WHITEHEAD. E. A. 

Browning as a Musician. Browning Notes 47-53 821.88 Dhn. 

WILT THOU CHANGE TOO? 

From James Lee's Wife. Set to Music by Ethel Harraden. C. 
Jefferys, 67 Burners Street, London. 

WOMAN'S LAST WORD, A 

Set to Music by Sidney Homer. Published by G. Schirmer, New 

York. 

Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. Browning Songs. Second 

Series. Opus 32 No. 3. Two copies. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, 

Leipzig, New York. 
YEAR'S AT THE SPRING, THE 

Set to Music by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. No. 1 in A flat. Boosey 

& Co., London. 

Set to Music by Margaret A. Halley. Patterson & Sons. 

Set to Music by Cecile S. Hartog. No. 2 in A flat. Boosey & 

Co., London. 

Set to Music by Cecile S. Hartog. From English Songs, Second 

Series. High G. Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

(The Wedding Morn.) Set to Music by Ethelbert Nevin. Song 

with Piano Accompaniment High in G flat. Published by Anne 

Paul Nevin. For sale by G. Schirmer, New York. 

Set to Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers. Browning Songs: First 

Series. Opus 27 No. 6. Two copies. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, 

New York, Leipzig. 

YOU'LL LOVE ME YET! 

From Pippa Passes. Set to Music by Henry K. Hadley. From 
Five Songs, Opus 20 No. 1. Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 
From Pippa Passes. Set to Music by Emiliano Renaud. From 
Four Songs. White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Boston, New 
York, Chicago. 



MUSING WITHOUT METHOD 

Blackwood's Magazine 189:2:572-575: April 1911; 191:1:122: 
Jan. 1912; 191 :2:883:Jan. 1912. 

M. W. P. 

From Ghent to Aix. Current Opinion 34:200:Feb. 1903. 

MY LAST DUCHESS 
See Duchess. 

MY STAR 

See Music. 

(A Song.) Poet Lore 1:7:349-52. 

MYERS, FREDERIC W. H. 

Modern Poets and the Meaning of Life. Eclectic Magazine 120: 

365 377:March 1893. 
MYERS. FREDERIC W. H.. MRS. 

Portrait and Comment. Bookman 3:391 -92: July 1896. 
MYSTIC, ROBERT BROWNING AS A 

By Geraldine E. Hodgson. The Seeker 8:32:251 -279 :Feb. 1913. 

Magazine Articles 10. 




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NAISH, ETHEL M. 

Broroning and Dogma. Seven Lectures on Browning's Altitude 

Towards Dogmalic Religion. George Bell & Sons, London, 1906. 

821.88 Rnd. 
NAPOLEON III, MODERN IMPERIALISM AS SHOWN IN 

BROWNINGS PORTRAIT OF 

By Charlotte Porter. Poet Lore 12:1 :80-95. 
NARRATIVE VERSE, BROWNING'S 

By Clark S. Northup. Dial 43:367:Dec. 1, 1907. 
NASSAU LITERARY MAGAZINE 

Book Reviews: Review of Asolando. Fancies and Facts. By 

Robert Browning. Princeton College 45:7:496: Feb. 1890. 

Robert BroJ»ning's Personalia — Gosse. Reviewed. 46:2: 133: June 

1890. 

Poem to Robert Broi»ning. 45:7:469:Feb. 1890. 

NATION 

Advertisement. By Meffins & Co. 64:444: June 1897. 

Advertisements of Broivning's Wor^. 36:306:April 5, 1883. 

Balaustions Adventure. (Reviewed.) 13:324:178-179:Sept. 14, 

1871. 

Books in Brief. 108:260-261 :Feb. 1919; 108:700-701 :May 1919; 

109:49-50: July 1919; 109:94:July 1919; 109: 154- 155: Aug. 

1919. 

Books of the Week. 36:433:May 17, 1883; 39:552:Dec. 25, 

1884; 43:423:Nov. 18, 1886; 44:106:Feb. 3, 1887; 44:350-351: 

April 21, 1887; 44:434-435: May 19, 1887; 44:497 :June 9, 1887; 

45:60:JuIy 21, 1887; 45:403:Nov. 17, 1887; 46:373 :May 3, 

1888; 46:475:June 7, 1888; 47:19:July 5, 1888; 47:10O:Aug. 

2, 1888; 47:237:Sept. 20. 1888; 47:507:Dec. 20. 1888; 48:60: 

Jan. 17. 1889; 48:147:Feb. 14. 1889; 48:253:March 21, 1889; 

48:312:April 11, 1889; 48:474: June 6. 1889; 49:60: July 18. 

1889; by Hiram Corson, 50:40:Jan. 9, 1890; 50:304:April 10. 

1890; 55:419:Dec. 1. 1892; 59:348:Nov. 8, 1894; 59:415:Nov. 

29, 1894. 

Boston BroVfning Societ}^ Papers. 65:402-3:Nov. 1897. 

BroTvning and Slang. By Warwick James Price. 100: 142: Feb. 

1915. 

Mrs. E. B. BroTvning. By E. S. 48: 7-8: Jan. 3, 1889. 

Mrs. Browning's LeHera. 24:105-6:Feb. 1877; 66:1 12-n3:Fcb. 

1898. 

Robert Browning. 49:492-494:Dec. 19. 1889; 77:39-40: July 

1903; 80:531 :June 1905; 83:43:July 1906. 

Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher. By Henry 

Jones. 53:92: July 30, 1891. 

Robert Browning: Essays and Thoughts. By John T. Nettleship. 

50:361 :May 1, 1890. 

Browning's Inn Album. By Henry Jame' 22:49-50: Jan. 20. 1876. 

Brownings Life and Letters. Mrs. Sut'«erland Orr. 52:500-502: 

June 18. 1891 ; 52:520-21 :June 25. IP'^l. 

Browning's Messages to His Time: H^ Religion, Philosophy^ and 

Science, By Edward Berdoe. 50:4?^: May 22, 1890. 



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Browning' i Nefilect of English Scen''^. 76:92: Jan. 1903. 

Brownings Old Yellow Book. 85 :2O9-300 :Oci. 3. 1907. 

Browning's Popularity (Based on £a- 'p Literary^ Career of Robert 

Browning. By Thomas R. Lounsbury. 93 :494-495 :Nov. 23. 1911. 

Brownings Strafford. 87:210:Sept. 1908. 

Centenary History of the South Place Society. 59:203-204:Sept. 

13, 1894 

Coventry) Patmore. 80:399: May 1905. 

Dates of the Ring and the Book. By Harry T. Baker. 90:33-34: 

Jan. 13. 1910. 

An Eye Witness of the French. 43:36: July 8. 1886. 

Feminine Poetry. 22: 132- 134: July 24, 1876. 

Hair in Browning's Poetry. By Harry T. Baker. 93:263:Sept. 

21. 1911. 

Hawthorne's Villa at Florence. By Chas. E. Wheeler. 50:486- 

487: June 19. 1890. 

Lawton's Versions of Euripides. 50:437-438:May 29, 1890. 

Literature. By J. W. Ley. 109:522:Oct. 1919. 

Modern Language Association. By Prof. J. W. Cunliff. 86:7 :Jan. 

1908. 

Modern Poets and Christian Teaching. 84: 268-69: March 1907. 

News for Bibliophiles. 84:61 :Ian. 1907; 85: 460-490: Nov. 1907; 

86:327-328: April 1908; 96:386:April 1913. 

Notes. 25:212-15:Oct. 1877; 33: 196-98: Sept. 1881; 33:413-16: 

Nov. 1881; 34:251-54:March 1882; 34:356-59: April 1882; 35: 

356-59:Oct. 1882; 36:295:April 5, 1883; 42:12-14:Jan. 7, 1886; 

42:426-429:May 20. 1880; 42:487-490: June 10. 1886; 43:96- 

lOhJuly 29. 1886; 43:455-458:Dec. 2, 1886; 44:34-37:|an. 13. 

1887; 44:53-57: Ian. 20. 1887; 45:172-174:Sepl. 1, 1887; 46: 

365-8:May 3, 1888; 46:507-509: June 21, 1888; 47:9-12:July 

5, 1888; 47:376-379:Nov. 8, 1888; 48:284-7: April 4. 1889; 48: 

469-71 :June 6, 1889; 49:1 10-1 12:Aug. 8. 1889; 49:499-502: 

Dec. 19, 1889; 50:202-204:March 6, 1890; 50:392-395:May 15. 

1890; 54:149:Feb. 25, 1892; 55: 126- 128: Aug. 18. 1892; 55: 

494:Dec. 29. 1892; 56:160-161 :March 2, 1893; 61:312-14:Oct. 

1895; 63:310-1 l:Oct. 1896; 65:476-79:Dec. 1897; 69:351-55: 

Nov. 1899; 79:75:July 1904; 79:356:Nov. 1904; 85:492-95: 

Nov. 1907; 89:183:Aug. 1909; 90:515:May 1910; 95:195:Aug. 

1912;95:363:Oct. 1912. 

The Plight of the Poet. 92: 362-363: April 1911. 

The Pope of The Ring and the Book. 64:377:May 1897. 

Recent American Poetry. 34:150:Feb. 1882. 

Recent British Poetry. 65:459-461 :Dec. 1897; 66:208-21 1 :March 

1898. 

Recent Compilation of Poetry. 69:433:Dec. 1899. 

Recent English Poetry}. 48: 389-90: May 9, 1889. 

Recent Poetry. 32:98-99:Feb. 10, 1881; 36:470-472:May 31, 

1883; 37:336-338:Ocl. 18, 1883; 38:549-551 : June 26, 1884; 39: 

527-529:Dec. 18, 1884; 40: 503 -505: June 18, 1885; 41:539-541: 

Dec. 24 ,1885; 42:449-451 :May 27, 1886; 44:298-99: April 7. 

1887; 51:422-424: Nov. 27, 1890; 58:432-434: June 7, 1894; 79: 

120:Aug. 1904; 81:506-508:Dec. 1905; 135:469-71 :Nov. 1882. 

Recent Verse. 84:200:Feb. 1907. 

Recent Volumes of Verse. 100: 706: June 1915. 

Recollections of Robert Browning. By Moncure D. Conway. 50: 

27-29:Jan. 9. 1890. . * , , 



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BROWNINGIANA 271 

Red Cotton Night Cap Country^. By J. R. Dennett. 17:116-118: 

1873. 

Review of Balaustions Adventure. 1 3:324- 178-1 79 :Sept. 14. 1871 

821.88 Xmal. 

Sotheby's Catalogue of Their Sale of Broi»ning*a hfanuscripli^ 

Letters and Books. 92:386:Apnl 17. 1911. 

SullV'Prudhomme and Poetry of Reflection. 85:31 9-323 :Oct. 10. 

1907. 

Two Farewell Volumes of Song. 50:436-437 :May 29, 1890. 

An Unpublished Browning Letter. 90: 159: Feb. 17, 1910. 

^ee^. 94:99:Feb. 1912; 95:25:Iuly 1912; 95:43:July 1912. 
NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY, DICTIONARY OF 

Review. Independent 54:226-227:1902. 
NATIONAL HOME READING UNION 

See G. D. Boyle 821.88 Dlb. 

Pamphlets 1-9. Browning: The Ring and the Boolg. Surrey House. 

Victoria Embankment, London, W. C. 821.88. 
NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY, HISTORY AND THE 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 184:2 18-36: July 1896. 
NATIONAL REVIEW 

Matthew Arnold. By Leslie Stephen. Littell's Living Age 200: 

90-103. 

Robert Browning. By H. D. Traill. Littell's Living Age 184: 

297-300. ^ 

Browning's Casuistry. By Leslie Stephen. Littell's Living Age 

236:257-271. 

Lord Randolph Churchill. By Sir Herbert Maxwell. Littell's 

Living Age 205 :28-37. 

Wordsworth, Tennyson and Browning. New Eclectic Magazine 

l:3:273-284:March 1865; 1 :4:41 5-427: April 1865. 

The Poetical Works of Robert Browning. 417-446:Oct. 1863. 

Wordsworth's Youth. By Leslie Stephen. Littell's Living Age 

212:859-870. 
NATURE 

Browning as a Scientific Poet. By Edward Berdoe. 32:36:May 

14, 1885. 
NATURE AND ELEMENTS OF POETRY, THE 

By Edmund Clarence Stedman. Century 44:61 3-622: Aug. 1892; 

44:143-152:Mav 1892: 44:859-869:Oct. 1892. 
NATURE. BROWNING'S, TREATMENT OF 

See Stopford Augustine Brooke. Critic 40:308-31 4: April 1902; 

40:403-408:May 1902; 40:533-536: June 1902; 41 :69.74:July 

1902. 
NATURE ELEMENT IN BROWNING'S POETRY. THE 

By Emma Endicott Marean. Boston Browning Society Papers 

471-482 821.88 Vbp. 
NATURE IN MODERN POETRY 

Outlook. Littell's Living Ape 256:755-758. 
NATURE OF POETIC EXPRESSIONS. THE 

By D. Dorchester, Ir. Poet Lore 5:2:81-90. 
NATURE, RELATION OF NATURE TO MAN IN BROWNING 

By G. H. Williams. Poet Lore 4:5:238-243. 
NAVARRO 

See Mary Anderson. 
NAY.^BUT YOU WHO DO NOT LOVE HER 
* See Music. 



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NECESSARY CONDITIONS OF GREAT POETRY 

By W. H. Mallack. Literary Digest 21 : 248-249 : Sept. 1, 1900. 
NEED OF MORE LYING AWAKE O' NIGHTS 

Editorial. Century 83:949-951: April 1912. 
NEED OF POETS. THE 

By Editor. Outlook 86:54:May 11. 1907. 
NEILSON. WILLIAM ALLAN 

Two Books Ahoui Poetry. Atlantic Monthly 89:419-23 :Jan 

1902. 
NENCIONI 

Saggi Critici di Literature Inglese. 820.4 N4378i. 
NESMITH, H. E., JR. 

Browning's Science. Poet Lore 2:5:287. 
NETTLESHIP. JOHN T. 

Browning as Others See Him. Poet Lore 8:7:265-7. 

Essays and Thoughts. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 1909. 

Two copies 821.88 Dnet. 

Same. Nation 50:361 :May 1, 1890. 

Essays and Gossip. Athenaeum 3256:373-374 :March 22, 1890. 

Browning's Intuition. Specially in regard of Music and the Plastic 

Arts. Browmng Society Papers 4:381-396 821.88 Dbs. 

Classification of Browning's Poems. London Browning Society 

Papers 2:231-234 821.88 Dbs. 

Ohituar}). Robert Browning. Academy 920: 405-406: Dec. 21, 

1889 821.88 Xman. 

On Browning's Fifine at the Fair. Browning Society Papers 2: 

199-230 821.88 Dbs. ^ 

On the Development of Browning's Genius in His Capacity as | 

Poet or Maker. Browning Society Papers 8:55-77 821.88 Dbs. 
NEVERMORE ALONE 

See Music. 
NEVIN. ETHELBERT 

See Music. 
NEW APPRAISALS OF ROBERT BROWNING 

Current Literature 52:701 -703: June 1912. 
NEW BOOK ON MATTHEW ARNOLD. A 

By W. P. Trent. Forum 34:31 3 :Oct. 1902. 
NEW BOOKS, BRIEFS ON 

By J. K. Chesterton. Dial 35:223:Oct. 1, 1903. 

By Mrs. Martha Dunn. Dial 39:242:Oct. 16. 1905. 

By Laurie Magnus. Dial 48: 152-3: March 1, 1910. 

By Prof. E. Princeton. Dial 23:74:Aug. 1, 1897. 

By George Saintbury. Dial 18:181-2:March 16, 1895. 
NEW BOOKS OF THE SEASON 

By P. Poet Lore 6:12:642, 9:4:621-626. 
NEW BROWNING, A 

By Harry Christopher Minchin and W. Hall Griffin. Bookman 

33:3-4:March 1911. 
NEW BROWNING LETTERS AND MRS. ORR'S LIFE 

By W. G. K. Poet Lore 3:10:522-528. 
NEW CHURCH REVIEW 

Robert Browning. By C. H. Herford. 12:637-638:Oct. 1905. 

Current Literature. By Mr. Speirs. 8:302-320: April 1901. 

Editorial Department. By H. C. H. 8: 270-273: April 1901. 

Hawthorne and His Circle. By Wm. H. Mayhew. 11:385-392: 

July 1904. 



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BROWNINGIANA ' 273 

Higher Uses of the Imagination. By John T. Prince. 12:376-385: 

July 1905. 

The Human Form. By William Smith. 10:342-364 :July 1903. 

Immortality. By H. Clinton Hay. 15:576-586:Ocl. 1908. 

The Integrity of the Home. By Susan Wood Burnham. 16:414- 

423: July 1909. 

Lecture on the Incarnation. By Rev. J. T. Freeth. 14:471-472: 

July 1907. 

Livr'ng. By Charles W. Harvey. 16:75-86: Jan. 1909. 

Music as We All Know It. By Susan Wood Burnham. 16:224- 

238: April 1909. 

New Life of Swedenborg. By George Trobridge. 14:312-313: 

April 1907. 

Pleasure. By Clyde W. Broomell. 16:575-585 :Oct. 1909. 

Poetry of Courtship and Marriage. By Arthur Mercer. 15:392- 

404: July 1908. 

Psychical Research and a Knowledge of the Future Life. By W. 

H. M. 7:598-6G3:Oct. 1900. 

Study of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By Lilian Whiting. 7: 

31 7-319 :April 1900. 

The Universality of Law. By Louis G. Hoeck. 12:507-520:Oct. 

1905. 

The Work of the Ministry. By Julian K. Smyth. 11:517-530: 

Oct. 1904. 
NEW CRITICISM OF POETRY. A 

Contemporary Review 72:390-399:Sept. 1897; Littell's Living Age 

215:520-527. 
NEW CRITICISM, THE 

By Helen Clarke. Poet Lore 2:11:598-601. 

By Urbanus Sylvan. Cornhill Magazine. Littell's Living Age 

224:432-438. 
NEW DEMOCRATIC VENTURE, A 

Editorial. Dial 43:237-39 :Oct. 16, 1907. 
NEW DRAMA, THE 

23:2:145-157. 
NEW ECLECTIC MAGAZINE, THE 

Magazine Articles: Elizabeth Barrett Browning — Hearth and 

Home, by Octavia Walton Le Vert, 4:2:221 -224 :Feb. 1869; The 

Ring and the Bool^, by R. Browning (review), 4:2:234-236: Feb. 

1869, 4:5:619-625:May 1869; Brownings Poems, by Wm. Hand 

Browne (review). 5:6:71 1-725 :Dec. 1869 821.88 Xmme. 

Wordsworth, Tennyson and Browning. National Review 1:3:273, 

284:March 1865; 1 :4:4 15-427: April 1865. 
NEW EDITIONS 

By C. Poet Lore 8:8:611-617. 
NEW EDITIONS OF TENNYSON AND BROWNING 

By Edmund Gosse. Sketch 8:101 :437:Jan. 2, 1895. 
NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE 

Browning in America. By Heloise Edwina Hersey. 542-545: Jan. 

1890 821.88 Xman. 

Browning's Obscurity. By Robert Niven. 577-581 :Jan. 1890 

821.88 Xman. 
NEW ENGLAND POET OF THE COMMON LIFE. A 

By S. Walter Foss. Arena 38:159-161 : Aug. 1908. 
NEW ENGLANDER 

James Russell Lowell and Robert Browning. 1 10: 125-1 36:Jan. 

1870. 



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NEW ERA IN LETTERS. THE 

By Arthur Waugh. Eclectic Magazine 121 : 168- 172: Aug. 1893. 
NEW ESTIMATE OF BROWNING, A 

World's Work 6:4036:May 1903. 
NEW FICTION. THE 

By Henry Mills Alden. Literary Digest 37:321 :Sept. 5, 1908. 
NEW GOLDEN TREASURY 

By Hamilton W. Mabie. Bookman 6:470-71 : Jan. 1898. 
NEW IDEAS IN TEACHING 

By Katherine Lee Bates. Poet Lore 8:8:563-570. 
NEW IDEAS IN TEACHING LITERATURE 

By Editors and O. Triggs. Poet Lore 8:7:432-454. 
NEW LAOKOON— AN ESSAY ON CONFUSION OF THE ARTS 

By Irving Babbitt. Contemporary Review 99:16-18:Literary Sup- 
plement No. 41. 
NEW LEAVES 

BroUfning and Henry James. By Filson Young. 165-171 824.91 

Y71n. 
NEW LETTERS BY ROBERT BROWNING 

By Frederic G. Kenyon. Dial 40:395: June 16, 1906. 
NEW LETTERS, FITZGERALD'S 

Editorial. Independent 54:753:1902. 
NEW LIFE OF SWEDENBORG 

By George Trobridge. New Church Review 14:31 2-31 3: April 

1907. 
NEW LIGHT ON CARLYLE 

By William Lyon Phelps. Forum 41:594:June 1909. 
NEW LIGHTS ON BROWNING 

By Ferris Greenslet. Atlantic 92:418-423.' 
NEWMAN, CARDINAL 

By Wilfrid Ward. Edinburgh Review 21 5:263-290: April 1912. 
NEW POEM BY BROWNING 

By William Hayes Ward. Independent 76:21 2 :Oct. 1915. 
NEW POEMS 

By Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Edited by 

Sir Frederic G. Kenyon, K. C. B., D. Litt. With Two Portraits. 

London: Smith. Elder & Co., 15 Waterloo Place, 1914 (First 

edition) 821.88 Gnk. 

Edited by F. G. Kenyon. Littell's Living Age 285:190. Booki 

and Authors. 
NEW POET AND PSYCHOLOGIST, A 

Contemporary Review 104:750-751 : Nov. 1913:Literary Supple- 
ment. 
NEW POETIC FORM AS SHOWN IN BROWNING, THE 

By Daniel G. Brlnton. Poet Lore 2:5:234-246. 
NEW POETS JUDGED BY OLD STANDARDS 

By Clara F. Mclntyre. Poet Lore 28:4:445-55. 
NEW POETS, THE 

By Arthur C. Benson. Century 89: 705 -708: March 1915. 
NEW QUARTERLY REVIEW 

Thomas Love Peacock, ^ Personal Reminiscence. By Robert 

Buchanan. Littell's Living Age 126:157-165. 
NEW REPUBLIC 

Books and Things. By Clarence Day, Jr. 17:284:Jan. 4, 1919. 

Same. By Francis Hackett. 10:299: April 7, 1917. 

Same. By Philip Littell, 2:330:May 1. 1915; 13:24:Nov. 3, 



BROWNINGIANA 275 

1917; 13:254:Dec. 29. 1917. 

Commonplaces on Poetry. By George Saule. 6:67-69:Feb. 19, 

1917. 

John Davidson: The Poet of Armageddon. By P. Colum. 13: 

310-312:Jan. 12, 1918. 

A Fen, Parodists. By Q. K. 10: 128:31 7-318:April 14, 1917. 

Genteel American Poetry. By George Santayana. 3:94-95:May 

29. 1915. 

The Immortal Residue. By Francis Hackett. 5:31 2-31 3: Jan. 22, 

1916. 

Literature for Beginners. By James Weber Linn. 12:14-16:Aug. 

4, 1917. 

Optimism of Robert Browning. By P. Littell. 2:330:May 1, 

1915. 

Poetr\f and the Child. By Louise Collier Wilcox. 9:338-339: 

July 21, 1917. 

What Is Poetry^? By Maxwell Bodenheim. 12:21 l-212:Dec. 22, 

1917. 
NEW REVIEW 

In the Asolan Country. 

By Eugene Benson. Littell's Living Age 211:115-121. 

Talks Jfiith Tennyson. By Wilfrid Ward. Littell's Living Age 

210:323-335. 

Robert Browning, In Memoriam. By Edmund Gosse. Littell't 

Living Age 184:372-375. 

Tennyson, 1. By Edmund Gosse. Littell's Living Age 195:707- 

713. 

Tennyson, 2. By Herbert Paul. LittelKs Living Age 195:713- 

718. 
NEW STUDY OF TENNYSON. A 

By J. C. C. Cornhill Magazine. Littell's Living Age 146:483-492. 
NEW UNITY 

Browning's Contribution to Literature. By Oscar Lovell Triggs. 

Old Series 39, New Series 5:408-41 1 : July 15, 1897. 

Some Ethical Aspects of Browning's Philosophy. By Mrs. A. G. 

Jennings. Old Series 34: New Series 4:54-56:Sept. 24, 1896, 
NEW VOLUMES OF LITERARY ESSAYS 

By C. Poet Lore 7:12:625-27. 
NEW YORK BROWNING SOCIETY 

See Browning Society of New York. 
NEW YORK EVENING POST 

Robert Browning — Personal Reminiscence. By Hiram G. Corson. 

Dec. 17, 1889, Clippings. 

Announcement of Browning's Death, Dec. 13, 1889, Clippings. 

Funeral of Robert Brcvwning, Jan. 22, 1890, Clippings. , 

NEW YORK SUN 

Criticism of Mrs. Orr's Life of Browning. July 12, 1891, Clip- 
pings. 

The Handboo^ing of Rud^ard Kipling. Current Opinion 58:48: 

Jan. 1915. 

NEW YORK TIMES 

Announcement of Browning's Death. Dec. 13, 1889, Clippings. 

Burial in Westminster. Jan. 1, 1890, Clippings. 

Boston Memorial, Clippings. 

Browning's Will. March 9, 1890, Clippings. 

Browning's Effects Sold. April 27, 1913, Clippings, 




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The Best Poem E\>er Wrilien in the English Language. Current 

Opinion 57:131-133:Aug. 1914. 
NEW YORK TRIBUNE 

Broii>mng: Anecdotes and Notes on Some Personal Aspects of His ^ 

Character. Dec. 29, 1889, Clipping. M 

Robert Drowning in 1861. Jan. 4, 1890. ^ 

Robert BroTvning, His Poetry and Stymie Tested h}^ the Opinions of 

Four Great Masters of Stymie. Jan. 5, 1890, Clipping. 

A Y'oung Mans Recollections of Robert Browning. Nov. 17, 

1890, Clipping. 

Brownings Death. Dec. 13, 1889, Clipping. 

In Memory^ of Browning; Interesting Services Held by the PoeCs 

Boston Admirers. Jan. 29, 1890, Clipping. jm 

NEWBOLT, FRANK H 

A Letter to a Dead Author. Nineteenth Century 82:825-834:Oct. 

1917. 
NEWS M\ 

How They Brought the Good News From Ghent to Aix. Poet ™ 

Lore 1 :6:294-295; 1 1 :2:290-291 ; 1 1 :2:413. 
NEWS FOR BIBLIOPHILES 

Nation 84:61 :Jan. 1907; 85: 460-490: Nov. 1907; 86:327-328: 

Aprli 1908; 96:386:Aug. 1912. 
NEWS FOR BIBLIOPHILES 

This is a description of the personal belongings of Robert and 

Elizabeth Browning sold at auction as mentioned in Sotheby's Sale 

Catalogue for May. Nation 96:2494:386: April 17, 1913. 
NEWS NOTES 

Blunder in Lines of Christmas Eve. Bookman l:153:April 1895. 

Recovery of Lost Copy Pauline. Bookman 1:155: April 1895. 
NEWTON W. WILBERFORCE 

The Message of Robert Browning. Bookmart July 1887 821.88 

Xmbm. 
NEW YORK BROWNING SOCIETY 

See under Browning Society. 
NEWTON, W. WILBERFORCE 

The Message of Robert Browning. Bookmart 5:50:52-53: July 

1887. 

Algernon Charles Swinburne. Contemporary Review 95:527-538: 

May 1909. 

NICHOLSON, ARTHUR 

Shelley Contra Mundum. Nineteenth Century 63: 794-81 0:May 
1908. 

NICOLAY, CLARA L. 

Robert Browning. In manuscript. 
NICOLL, SIR WM. ROBERTSON 

Robert Brownings Father. Bookman 42:248:63-70: May 1912 

821.88 Xbm. 

The Significance of Alwyn. Contemporary Review 74:798-809: 

Dec. 1898. 

NICOLL, W. ROBERTSON, AND WISE. THOMAS J. 

An Opinion on Tennyson. By Elizabeth Barrett Browning. In 
Literary Anecdotes of the Nineteenth Century 1:35-41. 
Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Her Scarcer Boo^s. In Literary 
Anecdotes of the Nineteenth Century 81-101. 
Mrs. Browning's Religiom Opinions as Expressed in Letters la 



BROWNINGIANA 277 

Wm. Merr}f, Esq. In Literaty Anecdotes of the Nineteenth Cen' 
lurj, 2:123-141. 

Materials for a Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse 
of Robert Brontning. In Literary Anecdotes of the Nineteenth 
Century; 1:361-627. 

NIEDLINGER. W. H. 

See Music, 

NINETEENTH CENTURY 

49:648-6:38: April 1901. 

Apparitions. By Edmund Burney and F. W. H. Myers. 15:791- 
815. 

Archbishop Trench's Poems. By Aubrey De Vere. Liltell's Liv- 
ing Age 178:131-144. 

Maithen) Arnold. By Frederic Harrison. 49:433-447:March 1896. 
Same. Liltell s Living Age 209:362-3/2. 

Aspects of Tennyson — A Personal Reminiscence. By James 
Knowles. Littells Living Age 196:515-529. 

Aspects of Tennyson — Tennyson as a Nature Poet. By Theodore 
\Vatts. Liilells Living Age 198:28-42. 

British Art at Venice. By Marcus B. Huish. 66:89-96: July 1909. 
Same. Littell s Living Age 262:404-410. 

Elizabeth Browning. By Emily Hickey. 74: 164- 184: July 1913. 
Biography of Robert Browning. By Emily Hickey. 68 : 1 u60- 1 075 : 
Dec. 1910. 

Roddam Spencer-Stanhope Pre-Raphaelite. By A. M. W. Stir- 
ling. 66:307-325: Aug. 1909. 

NINETEENTH CENTURY AND AFTER 

Browning Biography. By Emily H. Hickey. Littell's Living Age 

268:201-213. 

Browning's the Agamemnon of Aeschylus. Reviewed. By Henry 

Morley. 3:384-38D:Feb. 1878. 

Browning and Mesmerism in Wireless Telegraphy and Brain 

Waves. By J. T. Knowles. 45: 85 7 -864: May 1899. 

Browning's Obscurity and His Elopement With Miss Barrett. By 

Francis Cribble. 61 :976-988:May 1912. 

A Catholic Layman. By Dorothea Grosvenor. 71 :2:741 -755: April 

1912. 

The Censorship of Stage Plays. By Viola Tree. 67:164-172: 

Jan. 1910. 

Chrysanlhena, Gathered From Creelf Anthology. By William M. 

Harding. 4:869-888. 

Barry Cornwall. By Henry G. Hewlett. 4:643-653. 

Criticism as Theft. By William Knight. 9:257-266: Feb. 1896. 

Genius and Stature. By Havelock Ellis. 42:87-95: July 1897. 

Gladstone's Library at Si. DeinioVs Hawarden. By Mary Drew. 

59:944-954: June 1906. 

Glorious Robert Browning. By Emily Hickey. 60:753-770:Ocl. 

1911. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 271:270 283. 

The Greek Anthology. By Herbert Paul. 61 :629-637: April 

1907. 

Thomas Henry Huxley. By Wilfred Ward. 40: 274-292: Aug. 

1896. 

Same. A Reminiscence. By Wilfrid Ward. Littell's Living Age 

210:579-592. 




278 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

The Hyfbrid Art. By Morton Luce. 70:1 :461-475:Sept. 1911. 

Idle Reading. By Herbert Paul. 61 :837-842:May 1907. 

The Influence of Calullus. By Herbert Paul. 61 : 163- 172: Jan. 

1907. 

Language Versus Literature at Oxford. By J. Churton CoUint. 

37:290-303:Feb. 1895. 

A Letter to a Dead Author. By Frank Newbolt. 82:825-834: 

Oct. 1917. 

Life and Letters of Leslie Stephen. By G. W. Prothero. Littell't 

Living Age 253:598-607. 

Same. 61 :61 8-628: April 1907. 

Life in Poetry: Poetical Conception. By W. J. Courthope. 40: ,_ 

260-273: Aug. 1896. jHj 

Lord Lotion's Ranlg in Literature. By Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. Lit- 

tell's Living Age 193:805-811. 

The Making of a Poet. By Stephen Gwynn. 67:65-78: Jan. 1910. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 265 :484-493. 

A Male Blue-Stocking Soame Jenyns. By Norman Pearsons. 62: 

126-141 :July 1907. 

Matrimony and the Man of Letters. By Sidney Law. 66:423-433: 

Sept. 1909. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 263:131-138. 

Our Debt to Latin Poetry as Distinguished From Creek. By R. Y. 

Tyrrell. 69:2:867-88: May 1911. 

Pacchiarolto. Reviewed by Henry Morley. 1 1 :383-384:Feb. 1878. 

Paracelsus. Reviewed by Henry Morley. 2:138:Aug. 1877. 

The Permanence of IVordsivorth. By Herbert Paul. 63:987-998: 

June 1908. ™ 

Phaedra and Phedre. By Lionel Tennyson. 7:58-77. '^B 

A Plea for the Popular in Literature. By J. A. Spender. 61 :645- 

657: April 1907. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 253 :348-358. 

Poetr}) and Phrase of Food. By Florence Mary Pearson. 86:515- 

527:Sept. 1919. 

The Reading of the Colonial Cirl. By Constance A. Barnicoat. 

60:939-950:Dec. 1906. 

The Reading of the Modern Cirl. By Florence B. Law. 59:278- 

287:Feb. 1906. 

Recent Literature. By Henry Morley. 2:692-712; 4:528-542. 

The Relation of France and England. By Francis de Pressense. 

39: 189-203: Feb. 1896. 

Roumanian Peasants and Their Songs. By C. F. Keary. 12:572- 

582. 

Shaksperes First Critical Editor. By K. N. Collville. 86:266-297: 

Aug. 1919. 

Shelley^ Contra Mundum. By Arthur Nicholson. 63: 794-81 0:May 

1908. 

Some Women Poets of the Present Reign. By Isabel Clarke. 59: 

1012-1021: June 1906. 

The Tennyson Centenary. By Frederic Harrison. 66:226-233: 

Aug. 1919. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 262:643-648. 

A Tribute to Swinburne. By Ernest Rhys. 65:965-979: June 1909. 

The True Function and Value of Criticism. By Oscar Wilde. 

28: 123- 147: July 1870. 

The Victorian Woman. By E. B. Harrison. 58:951 -957: Dec. 

1905. 



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War Poetry of Women. By Lilian Rowland Brown. 81 :434- 

452:Feb. 1917. 

Theodore Watts-Dunion and the Spirit of An Age. By John 

Drinkwater. 76:674-685: Sept. 1914. 

Wireless Telegraphy and Brain Waves. By J. T. K. 45:857-864: 

May 1899. 

WordsTvorih and Byron. By A. C. Swinburne. 15:583-609. 

Wordsworth, Coleridge and the Spy. By A. J. Eagleston. 64:300- 

310: Aug. 1908. 
NINETEENTH CENTURY AND AFTER, THE 

Robert BroJi>ning, the Musician. By A. Goodrich-Freer. Littell's 

Living Age 229:803-811. 
NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE. INDIVIDUALISM 

THE KEYNOTE OF 

By Edmund Gosse. Literary Digest 22:345 :March 23, -901. 
NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERA'l URE, THE PURE GOLD OF 

By William Lyon Phelps. Current Opinion 43:515-518:Nov. 

1907. 
NINETEENTH CENTURY VICTORIAN POETRY, THE 

By Editor. Outlook 66:1 028 :Dec. 29. 1900. 
NINTH YEAR TO THE THIRTEENTH YEAR IN WALWORTH, 

THE 

Robert Browning Settlement. 821.88 Xsff 37.039. 

NIVEN. ROBERT 

Browning's Obscurity. New England Magazine 577-581 :Jan. 1890 
821.88 Xman. 

NOBLE. A. B. 

The Preparation of College Teachers of English. English Journal 
5:670:Dec. 1916. 

NOBLE, JAMES ASHCROFT 

The Poetry of Common Sense. Macmillan. Littell's Living Age 
191 :546-552. 

NOEL. RODEN 

Robert Browning. The Contemporary Review 70:701-718:Nov. 

1883 821.88 Dnor. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 159:771-781. 

NOGUCHI. YONE 

My Impression of Oxford and Stratford. Blackwood's Magazine 

199:535-44: April 1916. 

To Robert Browning. In Manuscript. Not yet published. 

NON-DRAMATIC POEMS IN ROBERT BROWNING'S FIRST 
AND SECOND PERIODS. AN EXAMINATION OF THE 
To which is added a Bibliography, being part of a thesis presented 
to the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Leipzig for the 
Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. By Thomas M. Parrott. 821.88 
Dnp. 

NORMAN. HENRY 

Ralph Waldo Emerson. An Ethical Study. (Fortnight Review.) 
Littell's Living Age 158:771-777. 

NORRIS. C. J. 

First Love in Poetry. Fortnightly Review 84:254-269: Aug. 1905. 

NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW 

Browning and Sainte Beuve, By Gamaliel Bradford, Jr. 191 :488- 
500:April 1910, 



280 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

NORTHUP. CLARK 

An Earl\f Victorian Romance. Dial 50:1 19-121 : Feb. 16. 1911. 

Brownings Narrative Verse. Dial 43:367:Dec. 1, 1907. 

Brornnings Women. Dial 58:258-259: April 1. 1915. 

Estimate of Robert Browning. By Darrell Figgis. 195;577-593: 

May 1912. 
NORTON, CHAS. ELIOT 

English Friends. Scribner's Magazine 53:509: April 1913; 53: 

775:Dec. 1913. 

Letters of James Russell Lowell. Athenaeum 3444:581 -584 :Oct. 

28, 1893 
NOTEBOOK OF THE SHELLEY SOCIETY 

Letter From Robert Browning to Miss Alma Murray Concerning 

Beatrice. 105: May 12, 1886. 
NOTE ON BROWNING, A 

By W. Mortimer. The Art Review. Published by Waller Scott, 

London. l:5:28-32:Feb. 1890. 
NOTES 

Dial 59:162:Sept. 2. 1915. 
NOTES (MRS. BROWNING) 

Editorial. Literary Digest 18:698: June 17, 1899. 
NOTES AND ANECDOTES, A STORE HOUSE OF 

By Percy F. Bicknell. Dial 37:3 1-32: July 16. 1904. 
NOTES AND NEWS (Wiihout sub-heads) 

Poet Lore 1:1:52-54; 1:2:104; 1:3:1524; 1:4:201-3; 1:6:291- 

92; 1:8:398; 1:11:538-42; 2:1:55-56; 2:3:168; 2:4:221-24; 2: 

6:3401; 2:7:390-92, by Stanton Coit; 2:7:398-400; 2:8:440. 

445,448; 2:10:552; 2:12:667; 3:1:40-47, by C. W. Duffield; 

3:2:101-2; 3:2:102-3; 3:2:103-6; 3:2:159-62, by J. F. Kirk, 

Jr.; 3:3:151-55; 3:3:281-284, by W. G. Kingsland; 3:5:288, by 

A. S. Cooke; 3:5:284-87, by W. J. Rolfe; 3:5:288-92; 3:10: 
533-36; 3:11:589-91; 3:12:648-49, by Harriet Ford; 3:12:645- 
48; 3:12:653-54; 4:2:103-5; 4:3:164-66, by Mrs. B. C. Dick; 
4:6&7:378-80, by W. J. Rolfe; 4:8&9:470-71. by Voiture; 4: 
8&9:471-76; 4:10:524; 5:1:48-49. by W. F. R.; 5:1:49-50. 
by C; 5:1:53. by W. G. K.; 5:3:166-67; 5:4:226-27; 5:5: 
285-88; 5:6&7:380-81; 5:8&9:477-78; 5:11:639-44; 6:5:276- 
78; 6:5:279-80. by W. G. K.; 6:5:280; 6:6&7:373-74. by 
Hiram Corson; 6:8&9:471-2; 6:10:526-28; 6:11:584. by E. E. 
Marean; 7:2:109-112; 7:3:166-68. by E. E. Marean; 7:4:222- 
24, by C. R. Corson; 7:5:277-80, by E. E. M.; 7:6&7:374-76, by 
Bliss Carman; 7:8&9:463-66; 7:8&9:471-72. by E. E. M.; 8:3: 
166; 8:5:278-80; 8:6:374-76; 9:1:156-59; 9:2:312-13. by C. 

B. Wright; 9:3:465-66; 9:3:457-58; 9:4:639-40; 10:1:157-58; 
10:2:312-18; 10:3:461-63; 10:3:470-72; 10:4:628. 

NOTES AND QUERIES 

Brownings Lost Leader. By C. G. Prowett. 15:292: April 11, 

1874 821.88 Xmnq. 
NOTES FROM A DIARY 

By M. E. Grant Duff. Athenaeum 3674: 398-399: March 26. 1898. 
NOTES FROM PARIS 

French Regard for Browning. By Charles Seymour. Poet Lore 

2:111-112. 
NOTES FROM PARIS ON THE DEATH OF ROBERT BROWN- 
ING 

By Charles Seymour. Poet 2:2:111-112. 





BROWNINGIANA 281 

NOTES OF A CALL ON MR. BROWNING 

By C. W. Bardeen. From Memorial Meeting of the Syracuse 
Browning Club 91-94 821.88 Bsy. 

NOTES ON THE GENIUS OF ROBERT BROWNING 

By James Thomson. Browning Society Papers 2:239-250 821.88 
Dbs. 

NOTES ON THE HISTORY AND CHARACTER OF THE JEWS 
By Laurie Magnus. Fortnightly Review 85: 135: Jan. 1906. 

NOTES TO THE POCKET VOLUME OF SELECTIONS FROM 
THE POEMS OF ROBERT BROWNING 
By Alex Hill. With Essays on Several Aspects of Browning's 
Genius. By Prof. C. E. Vaughan, Rev. J. Llewelyn Davies, Wil- 
liam F. R<?vell, E. A. Whitehead. M. R. Pridham, The Very 
Rev., the Dean of Salisbury, Prof. J. E. Symes, Owen Seaman. 
821.88 Dhn. 

NOTHING BUT A POET 

By W. C. Gannett. Homage to Robert Droi»mng, Aleph Tanner 
73 821.88 Xht. 

NOUVELLE REVUE FRANCAISE, LA 

Le Oeuvre dc Robert Droivmng. By Andre Gide, Paul Alfassa 
and Gilbert de Voisins. 91 :414-416:April 1921. 
Monsieur Sludge, Le Medium, ibid 417-466. 

NOVEL IN THE RING AND THE BOOK, THE 

By Henry James. (Quarterly Review.) Littell's Living Age 274: 
451 -463: Aug. 24. 1912. 

NOVEL. THE SCANDINAVIAN 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 194:469:Oct. 1901. 

NOVELS. GEORGE MEREDITH'S 

By Emily F. Wheeler. Chautauquan 19:561 -565: Aug. 1894. 

NOYES, ALFRED 

Commemoration Ode, published with the Poems of Robert Brown- 
ing, to be sung, recited, or played at the Centenary Matinee, 9-10 
821.88 Gcmn. 

For the Centenary of Robert Brontning. Fortnightly Review 97: 
811-812:May 1912. 

Same. Homage to Robert Broivning, Aleph Tanner 23-24 821.88 
Xht. 

By Brian Hooker. Century 88:349-353: July 1914. 
The Poems of Edmund Cosse. Fortnightly Review 98:297-303: 
Aug. 1912. 

A Poet Who Lives fep His Verse. Literary Digest 33:425-26:Sept. 
29. 1906. 

NOYES FOR PRINCETON, ALFRED 

Editorial. Literary Digest 48:1 :552-3: March 14. I9I4. 

NUMPHOLEPTOS AND BROWNING'S WOMEN 

By Mrs. Glazebrook. The Browning Society Papers 11:371-379 
821.88 Dbs. 

NUMPHOLEPTOS, BROWNING'S SCIENCE AS SHOWN IN 
By Edward Berdoe. Poet Lore 2:12:617-24. 

NUOVA ANTOLOGIA 

Elizabeth Barrett Brojvning. By Pompeo Mofmenti. Littell's Liv- 
ing Age 219:35-40. 

// Centenario Delia Nascita Di Roberto BroJi>ning. By Fanny 
Zampini Salazar. 821.88 Xcs. 



282 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 



OBITER DICTA 

On the Alleged Obscurit}f of Mr. BroXDnings Poetry. By Augus- 
tine Birrell. 55-95 820.4 B619vl. 
OBITUARY 

Robert BroTvning. By J. T. Nettleship. Academy 820:405-406: 

Dec. 21, 1889 821.88 Xman. 
OBJECTION TO BROWNING'S CALIBAN CONSIDERED. AN 

By Maude Wilkinson. Poet Lore 5:11:562-564. 
O'BRIEN. EDWARD J. 

By Arthur Upson. Poet Lore 2':3:221. 
OBSCURITY. BROWNING'S 

Corson's Introduction to the Stud^ of Robert Browning's Poetry. 

821.88 Dcs. 

On the Difficulties and Obscurity Encountered in a Study of 

Broivning's Poems. By J. B. Oldham. London Browning Society 

Papers 1 1 :333-348. 

See Literary Digest 32:937: June 23. 1906. 
OBVERSE SIDE OF ARISTOPHANES. THE 

By R. E. S. Hart. Contemporary Review 71 :662-679:May 1897. 
O'BYRNE. GEORGE 

Robert Broi»ning: An Epicedium. Homage to Robert Browning, 

Aleph Tanner 139-142 821.88 Xht. 
O'CONNOR. V. C. SCOTT 

Tennyson and His Friends at Freshwater. Century 55:240-268: 

Dec. 1897. 
ODE FOR THE CENTENARY OF THE BIRTH OF ROBERT 

BROWNING 

By George Sterling. Forum 49:97-99: Jan. 1913. 

Same. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 68-71 821.88 

Xht. 
OF THE BROWNING MSS. 

By Frederick G. Kenyon. 821.88 Amss. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 278:733-738. 
OGONTZ MOSIAC. THE 

An Evening With Browning. Browning Society Papers 8:163*- 

164* 821.88 Dbs. 
OHIO WESLEYAN ALUMNI QUARTERLY 

Recent Gifts From Dr. Franlg W . Gunsaulus. (Notice of gift of 

bust of Pompilia and two books from Browning Library.) 3:2: 

4-5: Jan. 1920. 
OHRUM, FRANCIS 

Robert Browning — The Magnet of the Soul. Baylor Literary ]7: 

9:312-315:June 1909 821.88 Xblg. 
OLD AGE AND POETS 

By H. Pancoast. Poet Lore 3:2:64-65. 
OLD AND NEW LIGHTS OF SHAKESPEARE'S HAMLET 

By J. Churton Collins. Contemporary Review 88: 649- 664: Nov. 

1905. 

OLD ETON AND MODERN PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 185:355-381 : July 1886. 

OLD MATERIALS AND NEW PLAYS 

By Clayton Hamilton. Forum 41 :446:May 1909. 




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BROWNINGIANA 283 

OLD MEMORIES INTERVIEWED 

By Mrs. Andrew Crosse. Eclectic Magazine 1 19:505-51 5 :Oct. 

1892. 

Same. (Temple Bar.) Littell's Living Age 195:372-383. 

OLD ORDER CHANGETH. THE 

By Julia Wedgwood. Eclectic Magazine 1 27:721 -73 :Dec. 1896. 

OLD PICTURES IN FLORENCE 

Browning Stud}f Programme: A Croup of Art Poems, Old Pic- 
tures in Florence, Fra Lippo Lippi, Andrea del Sarto. By Char- 
lotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 8:8:586-592. 
Studies in Brot»ning. By Susan Cunnington. 115-158 821.88 
Gsac. 

OLD QUARREL BETWEEN POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY. THE 
By R. M. Wrenley. Poet Lore 10:3:365-381. 

OLD YELLOW BOOK. THE 

Reproduction with Translation, Essay and Notes. By Charles W. 
Hodell. Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1916. 
Blackwood's 189:572-575. 
Dial 45:344-345. 

Editorial. Translated and Edited by Chas. W. Hodell. Atlantic 
Monthly 101:407-13. 

By Charles W. Hodell. Littell's Living Age 269:499-502. 
Nation 85:299-300:Oct. 3, 1907. 
See Ring and the Bool(. 

Contemporary Review 95:16:l-8:Jan. 1909:Literary Supplement 
No. 16. 

Source of Browning's The Ring and the Boolg. In Complete Photo- 
Same. Translated and Edited by Charles W. Hodell. Everyman's 
Library. E. P. Dutton & Co., New York. 821.88 Hroe. 
Same. Athenaeum 4223:396:Oct. 3, 1908. 

The Source of The Ring and the Book. Nation 88 : 1 98- 1 99 : Feb. 
25. 1909. 

Old Yellow Book' (A Guide for the Blind.) By Louise Fagan 
Peirce. Modern Philology 487-502: April 1909. 

OLDHAM, JAMES BERTRAM 

On the Difficulties and Obscurities Encountered in a Stud\f of 

Browning's Poems. Browning Society Papers 11:333-348 821.88 

Dbs. 

The Poet's lVa\f. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

52 821.88 Xht. 

OLIVE. HARRIOTT S. 

Songs From the Ghetto and a Vision of Hellas. Poet Lore 12:2: 
311. 

O. M. 

The Stage. (Mention of In a Balcony.) Poet Lore 2:5:264-5. 

OMAR AND THE RABBI 

Fitzgerald's translation of the Rubai^at of Omar Khayyam, and 
Browning's Rabbi Ben Ezra, arranged in dramatic form by Fred- 
erick LeRoy Sargent. 821.88 Hrbo. 

ON BROWNING'S DEATH 

By Geo. Edward Woodberry. Literary Essays 59 824.91 W8811. 
Same. In Makers of Literature 386 820.4 W881 . 

ON HEARING OF THE DEATH OF ROBERT BROWNING 

By H. J. Bulkeley. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 
123-125 821.88 Xht. 



264 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

ON LEARNING BY HEART 

(Academy.) Littells Living Age 271 :505-506. 
ON LEISURE. GENIUS. BOOKS AND READING 

By Augustine Birrell. (Chamber's Journal.) Littell's Living Ago 

216:557-559. 
ON LIMBO 

By Vernon Lee. (Longman's.) Littell's Living Age 208:812-819. 
ON SOME POINTS IN BROWNING'S VIEW OF LIFE 

By B. F. Wescott. A Paper read Before the Cambridge Brown- 
ing Society Nov. 1882. Printed 1883. 
ON TASTE IN POETRY AND THE FATE OF M. SULLY PRUD- 

HOMME 

By Edmund Gosse. Contemporary Review 92:l-6:Dec. 1907: 

Literary Supplement No. 3. 
ON THE BRONZE CLASPED HANDS OF ROBERT AND ELIZA- 

BETH BARRETT BROWNING 

By Ruth Baldwin Chenery. Homage to Robert BroT»ning, Aleph 

Tanner 88 821.88 Xht. 
ON THE HEIGHTS 

By Mrs. BloomBeld Moore. Homage to Robert Bron>ning, Aleph 

Tanner 51 821.88 Xht. 

ON THE POET OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE; ON THE LAT- 
TERS AIM; ON SHELLEY AS MAN AND POET 
By Robert Browning. Being a reprint of the introductory Essay to 
(25 Spurious) Letters of Ferc^ B^sshe Shelley. Moxom, 1852. 
Browning Society Papers 1 :3-19. Second Edition Published by 
the Browning Society by N. Trubner & Co., London. 1881. 
821.88 Dbsptl. 

ON THE READING OF POETRY 

Editorial. Century 59:960-961 : April 1900. 

ON UNDESIRABLE INFORMATION 

By E. F. Benson. Eclectic Magazine 62:222-228: Aug. 1895. 

ONE ASPECT OF BROWNING'S VILLIANS 

By Miss E. D. West. Browning Society Papers 4:41 1 -434 821 .88 

Dbs. 

Same. Browning Studies 106-129. Edited by Edward Berdoe. 

821.88 Vlbs. 
ONE THOUSAND BEST BOOKS OF THE PROVIDENCE LI- 

BRARY. THE 

By Editor. Literary Digest 22:475: April 20, 1901. 

ONE WAY TO LOVE 

See Music. 

(A Song.) Poet Lore 4:5:288. 

ONE WORD MORE. AND OTHER POEMS 

By Robert Browning, with an Introduction by Richard Watson 
Gilder. 821.88 Hspg. 

ONLY THE ADVERTISEMENT 

By Esene Stuart. Eclectic Magazine 62: 660-666: Nov. 1895. 

OPTIMISM OF ROBERT BROWNING 

By P. Littell. New Republic 2:330:May 1, 1915. 

See Pippa Passes, in Maeterlinck's Symbolism. 842.91 M186bv. 

OPTIMISM OF BROWNING AND MEREDITH, THE 

By A. C. Pigou. (Independent Review.) Littell's Living Age 
246:415-432. 



BROWNINGIANA 285 

OPTIMISM OF BROWNING AND WORDSWORTH, THE 

By A. J. George. Boston Browning Society Papers 306-333 
821.88 Vbp. 

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236-40; 1:6:282-86; 1:7:332-36;; 1:8:372-75;; 1:9:426-30; 1: 

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PARTING AT MORNING AND MEETING AT NIGHT 

In Kindai Shilfashu. (An Anthology of Modern Poetry.) By 

Aiyu Kobayashi. In Japanese. 808.1 K75. 
PARTRIDGE, BERNARD 

Illustrated. Rabbi Ben Ezra and other poems. By Robert Brown- 
ing. James Lee's Wife, Aht Vogler, Apparent Failure, Prospice. 

Hodder & Stoughton. 821.88 Hrbp. 
PASSING OF THE OLD IN DRAMA 

By Edgar White Burrill. Arena Magazine 3:205-224. 
PAST AND PRESENT CONDITION OF BRITISH POETRY 

(Eraser's.) Litlell's Living Age 10:164-179. 
PAST AND PRESENT IN LITERATURE, THE 

By Editor. Literary Digest 22: 128: Feb. 2, 1901. 
PATE, J. THOMAS 

Father Ryan and His Poems. Southern Review 4:322-333:Selec- 

tion 4: July. 
PATER, W. H. 

The School of Ceorgione (Reference to Browning). Fortnightly 

Review 28:531 :Oct. 1877. 
PATHS OF GLORY, THE 

By Joseph Jacobs. Fortnightly Review 73:68: Jan. 1900. 

By J. E. G. de Montmorency. Contemporary Review 108:113- 

ll8:July 1915. 
PATMORE, POEMS BY COVENTRY 

Athenaeum 3059:771 -772 :June 12. 1886. 
PATRIOTIC POETRY 

(Times.) Litlell's Living Age 283:107-112. 
PATRIOTISM AND CHRISTIANITY 

By Augustine Birrell. Contemporary Review 87:193-201 : Feb. 

1905. 
PATTISON. MARK 

Books and Critics. Fortnightly Review 28:679:Nov. 1877. 
PAUL HARRY G 

The Round Table. English Journal 4:265: April 1915; 5:420: 

June 1916. 




BROWNINGIANA 295 

PAUL. HERBERT 

Art and Eccentricity. Eclectic Magazine 1 38: 5 74-582: May 1902. 

The Creel( Anthology^. Nineteenth Century 61 :629-637: April 

1907. 

Idle Reading, Nineteenth Century 61 :83 7-842: May 1907. 

The Influence of Catullus. Nineteenth Century 61 : 163- 172: Jan. 

1907. 

Is Literature Dyeing? Eclectic Magazine 148:510-51 7 :June 1907. 

Same. (Contemp. R.) Litlell's Living Age 253:387-395. 

The Novels of Peacock. Eclectic Magazine 141 : 349-360: Sept. 

1903. 

The Permanence of Wordsrvorth. Nineteenth Century 63:987-998: 

June 1908. 

Tenn}fson, Part 2. Littell's Living Age 195:713-718. 
PAULINE 

A Fragment of a Confession. By Robert Browning. A reprint of 

the original edition of 1833. Edited by Thomas J. Wise. Printed 

by Richard Clay & Sons, London, 1886. 

This volume contains all the marginal notes found in the Forster 

copy in the South Kensington Museum. 

By Kingsland. Poet Lore 3:3:281-84. 

Poet Lore 11:1 :Front Page. 

News Notes. Recovery of Lost Cop^ of Pauline. Bookman 1 :155: 

April 1895. 

Pauline, Paracelsus. Book Mart. Bookman 1 : 280: May 1895. 

Also 1:61 :Feb. 1895. 

PAULINE, ALLUSIONS IN 

Poet Lore 1:1:43-45; 1:2:89-91. 
PAULINE AND BALZAC'S LOUIS LAMBERT COMPARED 

By Mrs. B. C. Dick. Poet Lore 4:3:164-66. 
PAULINE, THE OLD AND THE NEW 

Poet Lore 1:11:520-22. 
PAULINE, OUTLINE OF 

Poet Lore 1:1:42-43. 

(Bookman.) Bookmart 1 :61 :Feb. 1895. 
PAULINE, PARACELSUS 

(Bookman.) Bookmart 1 : 280: May 1895. 
PAULINE, QUERIES ON 

Poet Lore 1:1:45. 
PAULINE, REFERENCE INDEX TO. A 

Poet Lore 1:1:39-42. 
PAULINE THEN AND NOW 

Munsey's Magazine 31:919:Sept. 1904. 
PAX. 

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Robert Drowning, An Appreciation. By H. Claude Williamson. 

The Quarterly Paper of the Benedictine Community of the Isle of 

Caldey 42:Dec. 1914 821.88 Bwa. 
PAYN, JAMES 

English Notes. Independent 41:2:1042; 41:2:1375-6; 42:237- 

238; 43:144-145; 46:321:1894. 
PAYNE ,WILLIAM MORTON 

Greater English Poets of the Nineteenth Century. Athenaeum 

4218:232:Aug. 29, 1908. 

Personalit\f and Work of Brontning, in Greater English Poets of 

the Nineteenth Centurxf 192-220 821.01 P346g. 

Recent American Poetry. Dial 35:36-41 rjuly 16, 1903. 

Recent Poetry. Dial 35:124:Sept. 1, 1903. 



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PEACOCK, THOMAS LOVE: A PERSONAL REMINISCENCE 

By Robert Buchanan. (New Quart. R.) Litteli's Living Age 126: 
157-165. 

PEACOCK. THE NOVELS OF 

By Herbert Paul. Eclectic Magazine 141 :349-360:Sept. 1903. 

PEARSON, FLORENCE MARY 

Poetry and Phrase of Food. Nineteenth Century 86:51 5-527 :Sept. 
1919. 

PEARSON, HOWARD S. 

Robert Browning. The Thoughts of a Poet on Art and Faith. 
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Dpt. 

BroJ»ning as a Landscape Painter. London Browning Society 
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The Kiss Poetical. Fortnightly Review 82:293-295, 301. 303: Aug. 

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A Male Blue Stoci^ing Soame Jenkins. Nineteenth Century 62: 

126-141: July 1907. 

PEASANT IN BRITISH POETRY 

By G. Douglas. Fortnightly Review 110:562:Oct. 1918. 
PEASANT WOMAN IN ITALY, A 

Suggested by Robert Browning's Poem The Italian in England. 

By Mrs. Thomas R. Coles (Blanche Coles.) In Manuscript. Not 

net published. 
PECK, ANGIE LACEY 

The Different Ideals of Shelley and Broivning. Portion of thesis. 

The Wellesley Prelude 3:17:21 l-212:Jan. 30. l892:Memarial 

Number. 
PECK, H. W. 

Mattherv Arnold as a Poet. Arena 33:155-161 : Jan. 1905. 
PECULIAR OBLIGATION OF THE PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL. 

THE 

By George H. Martin. Educational Review 43:466:May 1912. 

PEET, JEANIE 

Robert Brotvning. Century 72:253. 

Broivning. Homage to Robert Broivning, Aleph Tanner 57 821.68 

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PEIRCE. LOUISE FAGAN 

A Guide for the Blind. Modern Philology 6:4:487-502: April 

1909. 
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T. 4:45:657-661 :Sept. 1873; Balaustions Adventures. By R. E. 

Thompson. Dec. 18/5. 
PEOPLE'S JOURNAL 

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July 18, 1846. and Aug. 22. 1846. 
PEPPLER. CHARLES W. 

New Grce^ Literature. South Atlantic Quarterly 13:143: April 

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Highways and Byways. Chautauquan 61 :15-17:Dec. 1910. 

PERRY, BLISS 

Colombes Birthday at Smith's College. Outlook 46: July 21, 1892. 
Future of American Literature. Baylor Literary 17:1 19-I23:jan. 
1909. 

PERRY. JEANETTE BARBOUR 

Is Blank Verse Lawless? Poet Lore 8:8:534-35. 

PERSONAL. DRAMATIS (ILLUSTRATED) 

See Dramatis Personae. 
PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF BROWNING 

By Kingsland. Poet Lore 2:3:130-133. 

PERSONAL DRAMATIC ROMANCES AND LYRICS 
Editorial. Independent 71 :599. 

PERSONALIA 

By Edmund Gosse. Poet Lore 2:6:321. 

Intimate Recollections of Famous Men, Political. Literary, Artistic, 
Social. Various. Robert Browning I'i'i-l'ib Be S577. 
Review. By Edmund Gosse. Independent 42:461 : April 3, 1890. 

PERSONALITIES 

Editorial. Independent 39:2:1099; 40:1:616. 

PERSONALITY AND WORK OF BROWNING 

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PESSIMISM, SOME ASPECTS OF 

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PETERS, J. P., AND A. B. BRUCE AND OTHERS, R. G. MOUL- 
TON 

The Bible as Literature. Biblical World 9:311 -313 -.April 1897. 
PETERSON, H. C. 

Inductive Studies. Browning for Secondary Schools, Colleges and 

Literary) Clubs. 821.88 Dip. 
PETRARCH 

Browning's Interpretation of Romantic Love as Compared With 

That of Plato, Dante and Petrarch. By George Willis Cooke. 

Poet Lore 6:5:225-238. 
PETRARCH, MODERN ECHOES OF 

By Anne Russell Marble. Dial 37:29-31 : July 16, 1904. 
PHAEDRA AND PHEDRE 

By Lionel Tennyson. Nineteenth Century 7:58-77. 
PHEIDIPPIDES 

Robert Browning. Chautauquan 16:378-379:Dec. 1892. 
PHELPS. C. E. D. 

Browning. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 58 821.88 

Xht. 
PHELPS, ELIZABETH 

Robert Browning. Independent 41:2:1717. 
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PHELPS-WARD, ELIZABETH STUART 

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Same. English Journal 4:682:Dec. 1915. 

Same. (Review.) Independent 84:278-279 :Nov._|5, 1915. 

Browning and M aetcrlincl^. Independent 55.1 : 552-554; March 5, 

1903; 2:2: 1398- 1400: June 11, 1903. 

Robert Browning as Seen fcj; His Son. Century 85:417-420. 

Browning in France. Modern Language Notes 31 :24-32:Jan. 

1916. 

Maeterlinclf's Monna Vanna and Robert Browning. Literary Digest 

26:456-457:March 28, 1903. 

New Light on Carl^le. Forum 41 :599:June 1909. 

On Robert Browning. Century 84 : 1 1 8- 1 27. 

The Pure Gold of Nineteenth Century Literature. Current Opinion 

43:515-518:Nov. 1907. 

Realism and Reality in Fiction. Century 85:864-868. 
PHILLIPS, STEPHEN 

By Alice Meynell. (Poetry Journal.) Littell's Living Age 289: 

367-369. 

By Arthur Waugh. Fortnightly Review 105:92-98: Jan. 1916. 

PHILLIPS' HEROD, MR. STEPHEN 

By John Lane. World's Work 1 : 666-667: April 1901. 
PHILLIPS', MR. STEPHEN, PLAY 

By W. P. Trent. Forum 29:1 16-128:March 1900. 

PHILLIPS, THE POETRY OF MR. STEPHEN ^ 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 191:75:Jan. 1900. 





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PHILOLOGY, STUDIES IN 

Lyrical Conceit of the Elizabethans. By Raymond Macdonald 

Alden. 14: 129-1 52:April 1915. 
PHILOSOPHIC DOUBTS CONCERNING CRITICISM 

Editorial. Dial 48:34:Jan. 16. 1910. 
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Is the Philosophizing Tendency of Present English Worlds of 

Imagination Injurious to Them as Worlds of Art? Browning is 

mentioned in this Article. The Vassar Miscellany 62:2:63:Jan. 

1877. 

See under Henry Jones. 

See Raleigh. 

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Jennings. New Unity Old Series 34: New Series 4: 54-56: Sept. 

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Autographed copy. 204 S923 (two copies). 

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Ml 67. 
PHOTOGRAPH (MRS. BROWNING) AND COMMENT 

Bookman 6:397-98: Jan. 1898. 
PICTURE, BROWNING HOUSE 

Bookman 23 :262. 
PICTURE OF ROBERT BROWNING 

See Portraits, etc. 
PICTURE OF JOSEPH MISLAND 

Scribner's Magazine 20: 108: July 1896. 

PICTURES 

Illustrations to Browning's Poems, Part 1 : Containing Photographs 
of (a) Andrea del Sarto's picture of himself and his Wife, in 
Pitti Palace, Florence, which suggested Browning's Poem Andrea 
del Sarto ; (b) Fra Lippo Lippi's Coronation of the Virgin, in the 
Accademia delle Belle Arti, Florence (the painting described at 
the end of Browning's Fra Lippo) ; and (c) Guercino's Angel and 
Child at Fano (for The Guardian Angel); with an introduction 
by Ernest Radford. 1882-1883. 
See Poems, Browning's, Illustrations. Below 298. 



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PICTURES IN THE POETRY OF ROBERT BROWNING. POE- 
TRY. RENAISSANCE 
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PICTURES OF BROWNING 

See under Men of Mark. 

PICTURES OF CHIVALRY, BROWNING'S 

By Helen L. Reed. Poet Lore 11:4:588-601. 

PICTURES OF FRENCH LIFE IN BROWNING 

Programme of the Boston Browning Society 1898-99. Poet Lore 
10:3:429-430:1898. 

PIED PIPER. THE 

An Autumn Song. By Louise Betts Edwards. New England 
Arranged for Stage Representation in costume by Mr. Sivori 
Levey. 

A Child's Story. By Robert Browning. Illustrated by Hope Dun- 
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black and white. Quarto, 56 pages. Rand, McNally. Chicago 
and New York. 821.88 Hppd. 

Magazine New Series 19:6U8:Jan. 1899. (Typewritten.) 
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By Robert Browning. Boston, 1899. 821.88 Hppb. 
A Child's Slot}). By Robert Browning. Illustrated by Hope Dun- 
lap. 821.88 Hppd. 

By Robert Browning. Arranged and adapted for children by 
Miss M. M. Eager, Boston, 1899. 821.88 Hppb. 
Illustrated by Kate Greenaway. Frederick Warne & Co., London. 
821.88 Hpp3. 
See Hamelin. 
See Music. 
See A. G. Shireff. 
Poet Lore 12:1:105. 

Print from H. Kaulbach's Painting. By H. Kaulbach. Frank Les- 
lie's 44:157. 

Set forth in a series of designs and decorative borders by Harry 
Quilter, Barrister-at-Law, and written in ornamental text by Mary, 
his wife. 821.88 Hppq. 

Water-Colour Drawing by the late G. J. Pinwell. 31. A List of 
Etchings Published by Robert Dunthorne at the Cabinet of Fine 
Arts, Vigo Street, London, 1884. 
Boston, 1899. 821.88 Hppb. 
821.88 Pmtw. 

Souvenir Program of the "Piper" at Stratford on Avon, picture 
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PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN, STORY OF 
Aldine 4:6:90: June 1871. 
Frank Leslie's 44:237. 

PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. CAVALIER TUNES. THE LOST 
LEADER, AND OTHER POEMS, THE 
By Robert Browning. The Riverside Literature Series. 821.88 
Hpph. 

PIED PIPER, TOWN OF 

By Frederick Wedmore. 821.88 Pmtw. 

PIER. FLORIDA 

The Gentler Viev>. Drowning and the Lost Corl(. Harper's Weekly 
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MATIC IDYLS. SECOND SERIES 1880 

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PIETRO OF ABANO, BROWNING'S 

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PIETRO OF ABANO. ON 

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By J. Sharpe. Browning Society Papers 2:191-197 821.88 Dbi. 
PIETRO OF ABANO, VARIANTS OF BROWNING'S 

By C. Porter. Poet Lore 3:2:577-88. 
PIGOU, A. C 

The Optimism of Browning and Meredith. Littell's Living Age 

246:415-422. 
PILGRIMAGE. A BROWNING 

By Arthur J. Whyte. (Contemporary Review.) Littell's Living 

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PILGRIMAGE TO THE HAUNTS OF BROWNING (HOME OF 

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PILGRIMS PROGRESS 

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PILLAR AT SEBZEVAH. A 

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PILOT 

Classical and Modern Literature. By R. Y. Tyrrell. LitteH** 

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PINWELL, G. J. 

The Pied Piper of Hamelin after the Water-Colour Drawing by 

the late. A List of Etchings Published by Robert Dunthome at 

the Cabinet of Fine Arts, Vigo Street, London, 1884. 31. 
PIPER, PETER 

For True Story of Peter Piper see A. G. Shireff. The Tale of 

Florentius. 
PIPPA 

Ideal IVomanhood in the Masterpieces of Dante, Goethe and Rob' 

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Guthrie. 804 G984m (Copy 1). 

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PIPPA PASSES 

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Brooke. (Two copies.) Duckworth & Co., London. 1898. 821.88 

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Athenaeum 737:952:Dec. 11, 1841. 

Browning's Bells and Pomegranates. By Henry F. Chorley. Peo- 
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By Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 1:1:19-22. 

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Pippa Passes, Christmas Boo)(. Athenaeum 3706:647:Nov. 5, 

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A Short Note concerning the performance of Pippa Passes. Poet 

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PIPPA PASSES. SONG FROM 

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Life and Letters. Poet Lore 13:1:156-157. 

See Music. 
PIPPAS POWER, THE SECRET OF 

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PIPPA GEHT VORUBER 

By Robert Browning. Deutsch von Henry Heiseler. Im Insel- 

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PLACE IN LITERATURE, MR. BROWNING'S 

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PLACES OF INTEREST TO THE BROWNING STUDENT 

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PLAGIARISM. THE ART OF 

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PLANS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE BROWNING LET- 

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BROWNINGIANA 303 

PLATO 

Browning's Interpretation of Romantic Love aa Compared With 

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Poet Lore 6:5:225-238. 
PLAYS AND POEMS. BROWNING'S 

By James Russel Lowell. Round Table. (Typewritten) 821.88 

Dirt. 
PLAYS. ROBERT BROWNING. WRITER OF 

By W. L. Courtney. Eclectic (New Series) 3:38:358-366:Sept. 

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By W. L. Courtney. Studies Old and New 100-123 820.4 C865s. 

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PLAYS OF A GREAT POET. THE 

By Gilbert Murray. (Speaker.) LittelFs Living Age 247:244- 

248. 
PLAYWRIGHT AND THE PLAY GOERS, THE 

By Brander Matthews. Atlantic Monthly 102:421 -426: July 1908. 
PLEA FOR THE BRITISH COMPOSER, A 

By A. E. Keeton. Fortnightly Review 89:237 :Feb. 1908. 
PLEA FOR THE POETS. A 

Editorial. Century 52:316-31 7 :June 1896. 

Editorial. Literary Digest 13:267-268: June 27. 1896. 
PLEA FOR THE POPULAR IN LITERATURE, A 

By J. A. Spender. Nineteenth Century 61 :645-657: April 1907; 

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PLEA FOR THE RAGGED SCHOOLS OF LONDON, A 

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PLEA FOR THE STUDY OF BROWNING 

By Margaret Connally. Arena 20:623-33 :Dec. 1898. 
PLEASURE 

By Clyde W. Broomell. New Church Review 16:575-585:Ocl. 

1909. 
PLEASURE: A HERESY 

By Agnes Repplier. Atlantic Monthly 67:393-402:March 1891. 
PLEIADE AND THE ELIZABETHANS, THE 

By W. Holman Hunt. Edinburgh Review 205:353-397: April 

1907. 
PLIGHT OF THE POET, THE 

Nation 92:362-363: April 1911. 
PLOT CULTURE 

See Music. 

PLOWMAN AND THE PEER, THE 

By Murtel Tarrant. Baylor Literary 18:355-359:May 1910. 

PLOWMAN. THOMAS F. 

From the Land of Letters. (Cornhill.) Littell's Living Age 288: 
598-609. 

PLUS AND MINUS 

By Alan Sullivan. Scribner's Magazine 46:368:Sept. 1909. 

POCKET EDITION. BROWNING'S 

Dial 53:355:Nov. 1, 1912. 
POE AND ROSSETTI, A COMPARISON 

By Agnes Arbuckle. Baylor Literary 1 8:304-307: April 1910. 
POE FIFTY YEARS AFTER 

By Edwin W. Bowen. Forum 31 :501 :Jui»e 1901, - 



304 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

POE IN NEW YORK 

By George E. Woodberry. Century 48:854-866:Oct. 1894. 
POE, THE POETRY OF 

By Edwin Markham. Arena 32: 170- 175: Aug. 1904. 
POEU WILLIAM 

Poeir^ and Drama. Contemporary Review 104:699-707: Nov. 

1913. 

POEM 

Unfinished Draft of a Poem Which Ma^ Be Entitled Aeschyfliu 

To Ed Fitzgerald. Athenaeum 3220:14:July 13, 1889. 

Solioqu^. By Editor. Comhill Magazine 209:New Series :647: 

Lines Addressed to Levi Thaxter. Poet Lore l:7:398:Aug. 1889. 

Nov. 1913; also Current Opinion 56:55:Jan. 1914. 

Two Unpublished Poems: (1) Moses of Michael Angelo; (2) 

On Being Defied to Express in a Hexameter, You Ought to Sit 

on the Safet\f Valve. By Robert Browning. Yale 4:l-2:Oct. 

1916; also Literary Digest 49: 1234: Dec. 19. 1914. 

A Sonnet. By Robert Browning. Cornhill Magazine Feb. 1914 

821.88 So. 

POEM, BROWNING'S PROFOUNDEST 

By T. W. Higginson. Literary Digest 23:39: July 13. 1901. 

POEM WHICH WAS MISTAKEN FOR BROWNING'S, A 

By Ophelia G. Browning. Literary Digest 19: 130: July 29. 1899. 

POEMS 

Browning's Poems 31-45. By S. Margaret Fuller. In Papers on 
Literature and Art. 821.88. 

POEMS, ANTHOLOGIES 

Bronson's English Poems, Nineteenth Century. 811.08 B864a. 

The Cyclopedia of Practical Quotations. (Revised Edition.) 

By J. K. Hoyt. 4. 20. 27. 74. 77. 87. 101. 116, 130. 132. 146. 

161. 186, 216. 223. 240. 246. 

English History Told by English Poets. Compiled by H. L. Bates 

and Katherine Cowan. 310-316, 317-319. 

The English Poets. By Thomas Humphrey Ward. 5:1-39 

821.08W263 V. 5. 

See J. M. Manly's English Poetry. 474-498 821.08 M279. 

Masterpieces of the World's Best Literature. Edited by Henry T. 

Peck. 4:1733-1755 R803 P366 Vol. 4. 

Standard English Poems. Compiled by Henry S. Pancoast. 

Vers de Societe Anthology. 821.08 W453-V. 

Warner — Library of World's Best Literature 5:2557-2565. E. L. 

Burlingame. Selections 2565-2593. 

POEMS. BROWNING'S: ILLUSTRATIONS 

Illustrations to Part 1: (1) The Coronation of the Virgin. By 
Fra Lippo Lippi; (2) Andrea del Sarto and His Wife; (3) The 
Angel and Child. Cuercino. 

Illustrations to Browning's Poems, Part 2, Containing: (d) A 
Photo-Engraving of Mr. C. Fairfax Murray's drawing of Andrea 
del Sarlo's picture named above; (e) A Woodbury type copy of 
Fradelle's Cabinet Photograph of Robert Browning in three sizes, 
to bind with the Society's Illustrations and Papers and Browning's 
Poems; (e) Presented by Mrs. Sutherland Orr; (f) Reductions 
in fcap. 8 vo. to bind with Browning's Poems, of d, b, c, above, 
and of (g), the Engraving of Guorcino's First Sketch for his 
Angel and QM 1862-1663. 




BROWNINGIANA " - 305 

POEMS. COMPLETE 

Camberwell Edition. Edited with Introduction and Notes by Char' 
lotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. Contents: (1) Pauline, Para- 
celsua, Pippa Passes, King Victor and King Charles; (2) Stra- 
ford. Bordello; (3) The Return of the Druses, A Blot in tht 
'Scutcheon, Colombe's Birthday^, Luria, A Souis Tragedy; (4) 
Dramatic Lyrics, Dramatic Romances, Christmas Eve, and Easter 
Day; (5) Men and Women, In a Balcony, Dramatis Personae; 
(6) The Ring and the Book. Vol 1 ; (7) The Ring and the Book, 
Vol. 2; (8) Balauslions Adventure, Aristophanes Apology; (9) 
Prince Hohenstiel-Schrvangau, Fifine at the Fair, Pacchiarotto, 
Miscellaneous Poem; (10) Red Cotton Night-Cap Country, The 
Inn Album, The Ttvo Poets of Croisic; (II) The Agamemnon of 
Aeschylus, La Saisiaz, Dramatic Idyls, Jocoseria; (12) Ferishtah's 
Fancies, Parleyings With Certain People, Asolando. Thomas Y. 
Crowcll & Co., New York. 821.88 Gpc. 
Camberwell Edition. Poet Lore 10:4:607. 

Cambridge Poets: Browning. Edited by Horace E. Scudder. 
(Two copies) 821.88 Ghw. 
Cambridge Editio(\ 821.88. 

Cambridge Edition of Browning. Poet Lore 8:5:271-272. 
Centenary Edition. Contents: (1) Pauline, Paracelsus, Sordello; 
(2) Strafford, Pipl^a Passes, King Victor and King Charles, The 
Return of the Druses, A Blot in the 'Scutcheon, Colombe's Birth' 
day; (3) Luria, A Soul's Tragedy, Dramatic Lyrics, Dramatic 
Romances; (4) C/iJ slmas Eve and Easter Day, Men and Women, 
In a Balcony, Dran atis Personae; (5) The Ring and the Book, 
1-6; (6) The Ring vmd the Book, 7-12; (7) Balaustion's Adven- 
ture, Prince Hohens\ cl-Schwangau, Fifine at the Fair, Red Cotton 
Night-Cap Country; '8) Aristophanes' Apology, The Inn Album, 
The Agamemnon of Aeschylus; (9) Pacchiarotto and How He 
Worked in Distempe-f with Other Poems, La Saisiaz, The Two 
Poets of Croisic, Dr matic Idyls, with Seven Additional Poems; 
(10) Jocoseria, FerisI Sah's Fancies, Parleyings With Certain Peo- 
ple of Importance in Their Day, Asolando. 
The Complete Wori t of Robert Browning.. Fireside Edition, 
Boston and New Yoi'c, 1906. Contents: (1) Pauline, Paracelsus, 
Pippa Passes; (2) 1 ramaiic Lyrics, The Return of the Druses, 
Etc.; (3) r/j( Ring i ic/ the Book; (4) Christmas Eve and Easter 
Day, Men ana Wome •, Etc. ; (5) Red Cotton Night-Cap Country, 
Aristophanes' Apolog\ The Inn Album, Pacchiarotto and How 
He Worked in Distei t>er, and Other Poems; (6) The Agamem- 
non of Aeschylus, La laisiaz. The Two Poets of Croisic, Dramatic 
Idyls, Jocoseria, Feris tab's Fancies and Parleyings. 821.88 Gfe. 
Globe Edition (in one volume). Edited by Augustine Birrell, 
1915. 821.88 Gmnb. 

Complete Poetical ant Dramatic Works. A Criticism. Edited by 
John Burroughs. Atl htic 77:272-274:Feb. 1896. 
The Poetical Works o. Robert Browning. New Edition with Addi- 
tional Poems. First P blished in 1914. The Macmillan Co., New 
York, 1915. 621.88 < '.mnb. 

Same. In Two Volun «. The Macmillan Co., New York, 1901. 
821.88 Gb. 

Two volume published n one, on India paper. Published by John 
Murray, 191V. 821.88 Gbmb. 
TvFtt voh«n«* PuWiehe* by JoU Murray. 1919. 8^.1.88 OmZv. 



306 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

The Poetic md Dram lie Wor}(s of Robert Broivnirxg. In six 
volumes. Rii :rside Edit m. Houghton, MifFlin & Co., Boston and 
New York. 821.88 Gh r. 

Riverside E fition: (1) Pauline, Paracelsus, Strafford ,Sordello, 
Pippa Passe , King Vict r and King Charles; (3) The Ring and 
the Boo^ (l» ,o copies) ; i 4) Christmas Eve and Easter Day, Men 
and IV omen ^ In a Dalco y. Dramatis Personae, Balaustions Ad' 
venture, Prl \ce Hohenst d-Schivangau, Fifine at the Fair; (5) 
Red Cotton \ight-Cap C mntry, Aristophanes* Apology, The Inn 
Album, Pa zhiarotto am How He Worked in Distemper and 
Other Poem ; (6) The Agamemnon of Aeschylus, La Saisiaz, 
The Two F >ets of Croisic, Dramatic Idyls, Jocoseria, Ferishtah's 
Fancies and Parleyings. h 

Oxford Edi ion. By Hei y Froude. 1905 821.88 Gox. ^' 

Copyright Edition. British authors. Bernard Tauchnitz, Leipzig. 
Vol 1, A Soul's Tragedy, Luria, Christmas Eve and Easter Day, 
Men and Women; Vol. 2, In a Balcony, Dramatic Personae, 
Dramatic Romances; Vol. 3, Lyrics, Dramas, Romances; Vol. 4, 
The Ring and the Boo^ and Later Poems. 821.88 Gbt. 

POEMS. SELECTIONS 

Second Sen s. Secoad Edition. Smith, Elder & Co., 1880. 821.88 

Gwss. 

In two vol mes. A New Edition. London: Chapman & Hall, 

186 Strand, 1849. Autographed by Frederic G. Stephens. 821.88 

Gpc Vol. \ Vol. 2. 

By Robert Browning. The Masterpiece Library. First Series. 

Reviews of r^eviews Office, London. 821.88 Gpml. 

By Robert Browning. In two volumes. Chapman & Hall, 186 

Strand, Lo don, 1849. 821.88 Gpc. 

By Robert Browning. In two volumes. 821.88 Gpc. 

By Robert Browning. First Series. The Masterpiece Library. 

821.88 Gp, 1. 

By Robert Browning. In two volumes. New Edition. Boston: 

Tichnor, R ed & Fields. Reviewed in Literary World 487-488: 

Dec. 8, 1849. 

A Brownit i Treasure Boo}(, Extracts From Browning. Selected 
and arrang d by Alice M. Warburton. 821.88 Stw. 
Selections From the Poetical Worlds of Robert Browning. Second 
Series. Se< md Edition. Smith, Elder & Co. 821.88 Gwss. 
Same. Lon on: Chapman & Hall 193 Piccadilly, 1863. First Col- 
lection of • irowning's Poems. 821.88 Gsl. 

Browning'i Shorter Poems. Selected and Edited by Franklin T. 
Baker. 821 .88 Gspb. 

Select Poe is of Robert Browning. Edited with Introduction and 
Notes. By Richard Burton. The Belles-Letlres Series. 821.88 
Gbb. 

Pomegranat \ From an English Garden. A Selection from the 
Poems of R hert Browning. With Introduction and Notes by John 
Monro Gibi m. 

Poems. By Robert Browning. Edited with an Introduction and 
Notes. By Cornelia Beare. Merrill's English Texts. 821.88 Gpb. 
Select Poems of Robert Browning. Arranged in Chronological 
Order with Biographical and Literary Notes. By A. J, George, 
Little. Brown & Co., Boston, 1905. 821.88 Ggl, 




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BROWNINGIANA 307 

Poems of Robert Broit>mng. Selected and Edited by Charles W. 
Hodell. English Readings for SrNools. Henry Holt & Co., New 
York. 1911. 821.88 Ghp. 

Same. With Introduction by Ric..„/d Garnett and Illustrations by 
Byam Shaw. 821.88 Ggb. 

Selections From Broi»nmg's Poems. By J. Charles Hazzard. 
The Brorvnings for the Young. Edited by Frederic G. Kenyon. 
821.88 Syk. 

Selections From the Poetic lVorl(s of Robert BrotPning. John W. 
Lovell Co., New York. 821.88 Gsl. 

Poems From Brontning. Edited with Introduction and Notes by 
Robert Morss Lc^ett. (Two copies) 821.88 Glsg. 
Lyrical and Dramatic Poems. Selected from the Works of Robert 
Browning. With an extract from Stedman's Victorian Poets. Edited 
by Edward T. Mason. 821.88 Gms. 

A Selection From the Worlds of Robert Broi^ning. Moxon's 
Minature Poets. London: Edward Moxon & Co., Dover Street, 
1865. First Edition. 821.88 Gms. 

By Robert Browning. See Edmund Reute. In German. 821.88 
Gspr. 

Selections From the Poems and Plays of Robert Bron>ning. Edited 
for School Use. By Myra Reynolds. The Lake English Series. 
821.88 Gle. 

Selections From the Poetry of Robert Bron>ning. Browning for 
the Trenches. Two copies. 821.88 Sbww. 

5e/ec< Poems of Robert Brorvning. Edited with Notes by William 
J. Rolfe and Heloise E. Hersey. American Book Co. 821.88 
Grh. 

Selections From Browning. Edited by Frederick Ryland. BeWs 
English Classics. George Bell & Sons, London, 1900. 821.88 Gr$. 
Selection From the Poetry of Robert Browning. With an Intro- 
duction. By Richard Grant White. 821.88 Gwcd. 
Same. With an Introduction by Richard Grant White. Dodd, 
Mead & Co. Reviewed in Literary World 14:10:157: May 19, 
1883. 

By Browning. The Masterpiece Library. LondonS Stead's Pub- 
lishing House. 821.88 Gpml. 

Selections From Browning. With an Introduction by Steadman. 
808.1 S812. 

Selections by Julius E. Warren. Eclectic English Classics. 821.88 
Owa. 

The Poems and Selections of Robert Browning. 1833-1844. J. M. 
Dent & Co., London. 821.88 Gde. 

Same. With Introduction by Arthur Waugh. (Everyman's Li- 
brary.) Contains: Pauline, Paracelsus, Strafford, Sordello, Pippa 
Passes, King Victor and King Charles, The Return of the Druses, 
A Blot in the 'Scutcheon, and Colombe's Birthday. 821.88 Gde. 
All's Well. Being optimistic thoughts from the writings of Robert 
Browning. Selected by Graham Hope. 821.88 Saw. 
Thoughts From Browning. Selected and Edited by Ann Bachelor. 
821.88 Stb. 

Browning: Biographical Notes, Appreciations and Selections From 
His Fifty Men and Women. By Pauline Leavens. 821.88 XI. 

POEMS DEALING WITH MUSIC 

Abt Vogler, Charles Avison, Balaustion's Adventure, Fifine at 
the Fair, The Qrammarian's Funeral, Heretic's Tru^edy, Master 



308 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

Hugucs of Saxc-Cotha. Saul, Serenade at a Villa, Toccata of 

Caluppi's, Up at a Villa — DoD^n in a City^, Youth and Art. 
POEMS AND LYRICS OF THE JOY OF THE EARTH 

By George Meredith. Athenaeum 2909: 103- 104: July 28, 1883. 
POEMS AND BALLADS OF SWINBURNE 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 171 :5:429-452: April 1890. 
POEMS BY PERCY AINSWORTH 

Contemporary Review 100:1 : 132-1 34: Literary Supplement No. 46. 
POEMS BY THE WAY 

By Wm. Morris. Athenaeum 3352:336-338: March 12, 1892. 
POEMS OF ROBERT BROWNING TO BE SUNG, RECITED, OR 

PLAYED 

At the Centenary Matinee, Together with the Commemoration 

Ode. By Alfred Noyes. Published for the Poetry Society by 

J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., London. 821.88 Gemn. 
POEMS OF LOUISE CHANDLER MOULTON, THE 

By B. O. Flower. Twentieth Century l:150:Nov. 1909. 
POEMS ON GOD AND IMMORTALITY AS BEARING ON LIFE 

HERE, BROWNING'S 

By William F. Revell. Browning Society Papers 4:435-454 

821.88 Dbs. 
POEMS ON SEyERAL OCCASIONS 

By Austin Dobson. Independent 42:190. 
POEMS, REVIEWS 

American Review 28 new Series (64 Whole No.) 388-399: April 

1850. 

Athenaeum 2752:1 10-1 1 1 :July 24, 1880. 

By Matthew Arnold. Athenaeum 301 7:229-230: Aug. 22, 1885. 

The Works of Browning. Athenaeum 4444: 776: Dec. 28, 1912. 

Robert Browning's Complete IVorka. Bookman. The Bookman's 

Table. 2:535-36:Feb. 1896. 

The Poetical Wor^s of Robert Browning. Bootman 4:480-81: 

Jan. 1897. 

Browning's Poetical IVor^s. (List of books published during the 

month.) Bookman 4:495:Jan. 1897. 

Browning's Latest Poems. By G. Christian Spectator 44:57: Jan. 

1865 821.88 Dip. 

The Minor Poets of the Da^. Christian Remembrancer 346: April 

1851 821.88 Dcr. 

By E. I. H. (St. Paul's.) Eclectic Magazine New Series 13:3: 

267-279: March 1871. 

Editorial. Eclectic Magazine 18:453. 

Select Poems of Robert Browning. By Percival Chubb. Educa- 
tion Magazine 36:626. 

By Margaret Fuller Ossoli. In Art Literature and the Drama 207- 

221 814 084al. 

Poetic and Dramatic IVor^s. Editorial. Independent 39:1:622. 

New Edition of Poetical lVorf(s of Browning. Editorial. Inde- 
pendent 40:2:884. 

Poetical Works of Robert Browning. Editorial. Independent 41 : 

1:541. 

Complete Works of Robert Browning. By George D. Spraul. 

Literary Digest 20:291 : March 3, 1900. 

Robert Browning's Shorter Poems. Independent 42:526. 

Poetical Works of Robert Browning. Independent 46:2:1658- 

1659:Dpc20. 1894« ' 



BROWNINGIANA 309 

The Complete Poetic and Dramatic JVorl^s of Robert DroVfning. 

Independent 47:2:1442:1895. 

Robert Uroufning's Poems. Literary World 149:487-488: Dec. 8, 

1849. 

(ijt. Paul's.) Llttell's Living Age 108: 155- 166: Jan. 14, 1871. 

By Wm. Hand Browne. New Eclectic Magazine 5:6:711-725: 

Dec. 1869. 

Select i^oems of Browning. Outlook 81 :837. 

Discussions of l3rowning s Shorter Poems. Poet Lore 1:2:567. 

Broivning s Pla}fs and i^'oems. By J. K. Lowell. Round Table 

66:3D/-^00 8zl.88 Ulrl. 

Bool( I^otices: Select foems of Robert Browning. By A. J. 

George. Lducation Magazine 26:309-31 4 :Jan. 19U6; 26:;>09-3l4: 

June 1916. 

Selections From Robert Browning. By Frederick May Holland. 

Athenaeum 2868 :489:Oct. 14, 1682. 

Review of L. 1 . Mason's Browning's Ljfrical and Dramatic Poems. 

Literary \Vorid l4:4::)8:teb. 24, l88:> 821.88 Xmal. 

Oxford M mature Editions. Dial 31 :5l9:Dec. 16, l9Ul. 

Poems, Dramatical and Lyrical. By John Leicester Warren. 

Athenaeum >:)8^:49y'-4V8:/\pril 22, 1893. 
POEMS SEl lO MUiJlC, BKOwislisG 

By Clara K.atnleen Rogers. Emerson College Magazine 134: Jan. 

1912; 2U:3:lM:Jan. lVl2. 
POESIE ANGLAlSE, LA 

Depuis Li\fron. By M. J. Milsand. Robert Browning 2:661-689: 

July 15, I8d1; Elizabeth Browning 3:339-361 :J an. 15, 18:)2 

821.8 M661. 
POET. AN AMERICAN 

Editorial. Independent 40:2:1303-1304. 
POET AND HIS CIRCLE, A 

By Percy F. Bicknell. Dial 52:221 -3: March 16, 1912. 
POET AND HIS MINISlER, A 

By Rev. F. W. Cunsauius. Independent 39:1:553. 
POET AS PHILOSOPHER, THE 

By B. O. Flower. Arena 39:323-331 :March 1908. 
POET, His MISSION AND MESSAGE, THE 

By B. O. Flower. Arena 38:166-169. 
POET IN MODERN LIFE, THE 

Editorial. Literary Digest 27:772:Dec. 5, 1903. 
POET LAUREATE, IHE POE'I ICAL WORKS OF THE NEW 

Contemporary Review 104:284-286: Aug. 19l3:Literary Supple- 
ment. 
POET LAUREATE'S LATEST 

Editorial. Literary Digest 14:583 :March 13, 1897. 
POET LAUREATESHIP. THE 

Eclectic Magazine 126:97- 108: Jan. 1896. 

POET LORE 

An Abt Vogler Querjf and Answer. By Helen A. Clarke. 2:1: 

28-29. 

Address on Browning. By H. N. Hoxie. 2:1:43-46. 

The Alkcstis of Euripides and of Browning. By C. A. Wurt» 

burg. 2:7:345-360. 

Annals of a Quiet Browning Club. By I. N. Cog. 7:5:225-240. 

Miss Ariel's Paper: Part II of Annals of a Quiet Browning Club. 

By I. N. Cog. 7:6&7:356-366. 



310 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

Miss Ariel's Paper Discussed: Part III of Annals of a Quiet 
Brojifmng Cluh. By I. N. Cog. 7 :8&9 : 436-446. 
Aristophanes' Philosophy According to Brorvning. By Helen Leah 
Reed. 5:5:237-247. 

Art Poems of Robert Browning. By D. G. Brinton. 2:1:40-43; 
2:2:146-147. 

The Art Spirit in Browning's Flight of the Duchess. By Charlotte 
Moore. 11:2:266-276. 

As to Sordello's Egotism. Statement by Miss Wilson. 2:1:29. 
Ask ^o< One Least Word of Praise. Set to Music by Helen A. 
Clarke. 3:5:258-259. 

Asolando, Fancies and Facts. By Helen A. Clarke. 2:2:94-100. 
Biographical Facts in Regard to Robert and Elizabeth Browning. 
By Anne H. Wharton. 2:1:35-37. 
Bishop Blougram. 16:1 : 137 :Spring 1905. 
A Blot in the 'Scutcheon. Life and Letters. 12:1:153-154. 
The Boston Browning Memorial Service. By Alice Kent Robert- 
son. 2:3:152-155. «| 
Boston Browning Society Papers. By Helen A. Clarke. 10:3: Wtn 
443-445. 

Mr. Breeze's Paper Discussed. Part V of Annals of a Quiet 
Browning Club. 7:12:619-624. 

Robert Browning — A Poem. By Charlotte Pendleton. 1:11 :545. 
Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Account of Her Husband's Court- 
ship. 10:2:316-318. 

Browning as Chief Poet of the Age. By Wm. G. Kingsland. 
1:11:535. 

Browning as a Dramatic Poet. Papers of the Boston Browning 
Society. By Henry Jones. 6:1:13-28. 

Robert Browning as a Letter Writer. By William G. Kingsland. 
8:2:78-84. 

Browning as Others See Him: Berdoe, Jones and Nettleship. By 
Helen A. Clarke. 8:5:265-270. 

Browning Bool^s of the Year. By Helen A. Clarke. 5:5:277-283. 
A Browning Courtship. 5:3:166-167; 5:8&9:477-478. 
Browning's Ideal of Love. From Santa^ana, Robert Browning, A 
Pessimist Criticism. By Helen Dryer Woodard. 13:1:105. 
Browning in Caliban. 9:1:89. 

Browning Memorial Notes. By J. Charlton. 2:2:100-111. 
A Browning Musical Quer\). By W. J. R. 5:1:48. 
Browning Note. By Mary M. Barclay. 1:6:300. 
Browning on French Enthusiasm. Editorial on Cushman's Article. 
20:466:Oct. 1899. 

Browning Picture of Chivalry. By H. L. Reed. 11:4:588-601. 
Robert Browning. By Professor J usserand. 12:4:624. 
Browning's Musical Eruditions. By Hugh A. Clarke. 12:1:151- 
152. 

Robert Browning — The Man. By William G. Kingsland. 5:5: 
229-236. 

Browning versus Browning. By Harrison S. Morris. 1 :9:408-421. 
Browning's Art Poems. By A. H. Smyth. 2:2:145-146. 
Browning's Childe Roland and Tennyson's Vision of Sin. By 
Theophilus Parsons Swain. 9:2:256-265. 

Browning's Folk Poems, A Stud^ Programme. By Charlotte Porter 
and Helen A. Clarke. 12:1:105-113. 
Browning's Form. By Francis Howard Williams. 2:6:300-305. 



BROWNINGIANA 311 

Broi»ning's Hebraic Sympathies. By Mary M. Cohen. 3:3:250* 
254. 

Browning's Idea of Love. Notes and News. 1:3:152-154. 
Browning's Interpretation of Romantic Love as Compared With 
That of Plato, Dante and Petrarch. B\f George Willis Coolie. 6: 
5:225-238. 

Browning's Jew Versus Shakespeare's. From Notes and News. 1 : 
1 :52-54. 

Browning's Jules and Du Maurier's Little Billee. By Mary R. 
Baldwin. 9:4:575-577. 

Browning's Lazarus. By C. B. Wright. 9:2:312. 
Browning's Love Letters. By Charlotte Porter. 11:2:301-309. 
Browning's Message to His Time. By Dr. Berdoe. Reviewed by 
William G. Kingsland. In Notes and News. 2:5:286. 
Browning's Mildred. By J. J. Britton. 5:5:266-272. 
Browning Societ}). By Robert Browning. 2:2:106. 
Browning Societ}) of the New Century Club. 3:1:53-56. 
Browning, A Sonnet. By C. E. D. Phelps. 5:5:288. 
Browning's Science as Shown in Numpholeptos. By Edward 
Berdoe. 2:12:617-624. 

Browning Study Programme. A Group of Art Poems: Old Pic- 
tures in Florence, Fra Lippo Lippi and Andrea del Sarto. By 
Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. 8:8:586-592. 
Same. A Group of Music Poems : A Toccata of Caluppi's, Master 
Hugues of Saxe-Cotha, Abt Vogler. By Helen A. Clarke and 
Charlotte Porter. 10:2:288-293. 

Same. A Group of Religious Poems: Caliban Upon Setebos, 
Cleon, Rabbi Ben Ezra, The Death in the Desert. By Helen A. 
Clarke and Charlotte Porter. 10:1:103-112. 
Browning's Women. By M. E. Burt. 1:11:534. 
By the Fireside. 13:2:315. 
Camberwell Edition. 10:4:607. 
Cambridge Edition of Browning. 8:5:271. 
Caponsacchi. By Henry Spaulding. 1 : 1 :269-273. 
Cardinal and the Dog. 12:1 :1 12. 
Characteristics of Browning. 2:7:400. 
Chief Poets of the Age. By W. G. Kingsland. 2:4:208. 
Childe Roland, A Literary Parallel, and Something More. By 
Irene Hardy. 24:1:53-58. 

Childe Roland and Tennyson's Vision of Sin. By Theophilut P. 
Sawin. 9:2:256-265. 

Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came. By Thomas Wentworth 
Higginson. 1 3 :2 :262-268. 

Christmas Eve and Easter Day. 1 :1 :20;1 :1 1 :532. 
Colombe's Birthday. By Oscar L. Triggs. 7:1:32-34. 
Colombe's Birthday, A Criticism. By Vida D. Scudder. 1:10: 
464. 

Comment on Letters Between Carlyle and Browning. 1:1:55. 
Commentaries. 1:11 :533-536. 

A Comparative Study of Wordsworth's Michael, Tennyson's Enoch 
Arden, and Browning's Andrea del Sarto. By Vida D. Scudder. 
3:2:87-93. 

The Cost of a Poet: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's A Musical 
Instrument. By Hiram Corson. 7:5:259-263. 
Criticism of Browning. 3:1:43. 

A Criticism of Epistle of Karshish, by Richard Garnett. By C. B. 
Wright. 9:2:312-313. 



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A Death in the Desert. By Daniel G. Brinton. 1 :1 :25-26. 
A Defence of Brotonings Later Wor^, Ferishtah's Fancies, By 
Helen A. Clarke. 12:2:284-304. 

The Democracy of Aprde. By Charles G. Ames. 5:1 :27-34. 
Department of the Browning Society of the New Century Club of 
Philadelphia. Dramatic Lyrics. 2 : 1 :35. 
Description of Browning. 3:5:288-292. 

Divided. A Poem on Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning. 
By Ursula Tannenforst. 2:4:193-195. 

Does Browning's Al}(estis Interpret Euripides Fairly? By Philip 
S. Moxom. 8:7:425-432. 

Dramatic Lyrics. By Mrs. S. C. F. Hallowell. 2:5:281. 
English and American Appreciation of Robert Browning. 1 :9:494. 
Facettes of Love, from Browning. By Daniel G. Brinton. 1:1: 
1-27. 

Ferishtah's Fancies — A Criticism. By Dr. Brinton. 1:1:12:568. 
Fifine at the Fair. 1 :1 :5. 
The Fitzgerald Affair. 1 :8:447-448. 

Fitzgerald and Browning. From Letters by Robert Browning. 9: 
1:85. 

The Flight of the Duchess. Criticism by Vida Scudder. 1 : 10:464. 
Same, b rom Letters by Robert Browning. 9 : 1 :86. 
Flower Songs in Fra Lippo. By Helen A. Clarke. 2:5:262-263. 
Fra Lippo Lippi and Mr. Sludge, from Browning versus Browning. 
By Harrison S. Morris. 1:9:410. 

French Enthusiasm Satirized in Browning's Two Poets of Croisic. 
By Herbert Ernest Cushraan. 1 1 :3 :382-395. 
French Regard for Browning in Notes from Paris. By Charlet 
Seymour. 2:2:111-112. 

Funeral of Browning. In Notes and News. 2:1 :55. 
A Handbooli to the Works of Robert Browning. By Mrs. Suther- 
land Orr. 1:11:535. 

Herve Riel, in Poems of Adventure, Browning Study Programme. 
11:3:406-408. 

Human Brotherhood in IVhilman and Browning. A Topical Read- 
ing Course. By Charlotte Porter. 10:3:421-424. 
Humor — Carlyie and Browning. By Jessie M. Anderson. 2:8:421- 
423. 

The Idea of Cod in the Sun. By Daniel G. Brinton. 3 :3 :254-257. 
Ideals of Beauty in Keats and Browning. By Alice Groff. 5:5: 
247-254. 

The Ideals of IVomanhood Held by Browning and the Creeli 
Dramatists. By Charlotte Porter. 9:3:385-400. 
In a Balcony. Facettes of Love from Browning. By Daniel G. 
Brinton. 1:1:3-4. 

Inn Album. Facettes of Love From Browning. By Daniel G. 
Brinton. 1:1:3-4. 

An Interpretation of Browning's Ixion. By Helen A. Clarke. 5: 
1 1 :626-630. 

Introduction to Poetry of Browning. By W. J. Alexander. 1:11: 
533-534. 

An Introduction to the Study of Browning. By Arthur Symon*. 
1:11:535-536. 

An Introduction to the Study of Robert Browning** Poetry. By 
Hiram Corson. 1:11 :534. 
Is He a Legitimate Member of the Victorian School? By M«ry 




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M. Cohen. 12:2:317-320. 

han hanovitch. In Notes and Nei»s. By Dr. Morris Ja$trow. 

2:5:282. 

Jcroiih Affinities. In Memorial Notes. By J. Charlton. 2:2:109. 

Joan of Arc and Bror»ning. 9:1:88. 

Jochanan Hakk<idosh. Note by Robert Browning. 9:1 :86. 

The Journey of Childe Roland. By R. J. Gralz. 2:11 : 578-585. 

The Joy-Element of Browning. By Mary Phelps. 15:2:95-115. 

La Saisiaz. From The Theology of Robert BroTvning. By H. 

White. 12:3:417. 

La Saisiaz, The Real Significance of The Brand Flamboyant. 

By Charles Malloy. 8:5:256-265. 

Letters by Robert Browning. By William G. Kingsland. 9:1: 

83-94. 

Life and Letters. 18:4:537-538. 

Same. By Hugh A. Clarke. 12:1 :1 51 -152. 

Same. By Helen A. Clarke and Charlotte Porter. 18:1:140-142. 

Life of Robert Browning. By W. Sharpe. 2:7:286. 

Light on a Curious Allusion in The Ring and the Boo}(. By Prof. 

Hiram Corson. 6:5:248-251. 

A List of Musical Settings to Browning's Words. 1 :9:430-432. 

Literary Treasures Unearthed. Mrs. Browning's Opinion on Ten- 

nyson. By W. G. Kingsland. 8:1 :23-27. 

London Browning Union. 5:1:53. 

London Letters. Notes and News. By William G. Kingsland. 2: 

5:283-287. 

The Lotus Symbolism in Homer, Theocritus, Moschus, Tenny- 
son, and Browning. By Anna Robertson Brown. 2:11 :625-634. 

Luria and Othello, Types and Art Compared. By L. A. Sherman. 

6:11:585-592. 

Luria — Its Story and Motive, Part I, the Story. By Henry S. 

Pancoast. 1:12:553-560. 

Memorial Meeting. 2:1:39-49. 

George Meredith on the Source of Destiny. By Emily G. Hooker. 

12:2:238-252. 

Modern Imperialism as Shown in Browning's Portrait of Napoleon 

III. By Charlotte Porter. 12:1:80-95. 

The Mood of Browning's Childe Roland to the Darl^ Tower 

Came. By C. Alphonso Smith. 11:4:626-628. 

MucJ(le-Mouth Meg. Reviewed by Helen A. Clarke and Charlotte 

Porter. 11:4:609. 

Music Poems. 1 :9-430; 2:5:278; 10:2:288. 

Musical Symbolism in Browning. By Helen A. Clarke. 3:3: 

260-269. 

My Last Duchess. 1:11 :569. 

My Star. Set to Music by Helen A. Clarke. 1 :349-352. 

The Nature of Poetic Expression. By D. Dorchester, Jr. 5:2: 

81-90. 

New Browning Letters and Mrs. Orr's Life. By William G. 

Kingsland. 3:10:522-528. 

The New Poetic Form as Shown in Browning. By Daniel G. Brin- 

ton. 2:5:234-246. 

Note From Paris on the Death of Browning. By Charles Sey- 
mour. 2:2:111-112. 

Note to Balaustion's Euripides. By Helen A. Clarke. 26:1 :38-46. 

An Objection to Browning's Caliban Considered. By Maude 




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Wilkinson. 5:11:562-564. 

On BroVfning. By M. M. Cohen. 2:1:39. 

Same. By F. E. Schelling. 2:1 :48-49. 

Same. By Talcott Williams. 2:1:47-48. 

Pictures of French Life in Brorvning. Programme of the Boston 

Browning Society 1898-1899. 10:3:429-430. 

Pippa's Song in Browning. Life and Letlers. 13:1 : 156- 157. 

Poems of Adventure and Heroism. Browning Stud^ Programme, 

By Helen A. Clarke and Charlotte Porter. 11:2:289-293. 

A Poet of Ital^. An Appreciation of Ciosue Carducci. By M. W. JH 

Arms. 16:2:75-76:Spring 1905. ^ 

Programme of the Boston Browning Society for 1901-1902. 13:3: 

429-430. 

Programme of the Boston Browning Society for 1901-1912. 13:3: 

437-439. 

Programme of the Browning Society of the Nen Century Club, 

1890-1891. 2:7:379-384. 

Review of a Bibliography of Robert Browning. By F. J. Furni- 

vall. 1:11:533. 

Sale of the First Edition of Browning. 13:2:315. 

Sordello. By Caroline H. Dall. 1:11:534-535. 

Sordello's Stor^ Retold in Prose. By Annie Wall. 1:11 :536. 

The Theology of Robert Browning. By H. White. 12:3:417- 

430. 

To Edward Fitzgerald. By Robert Browning, 1 :8:400. 

The Tragic Motive of In a Balcony. By Alice Kent Robertson. 

2:6:310-314. 

The True Greatness of Browning. By Alice Groff. 1:10:470- 

479. 

What Should Be the Poe(s Attitude Toward His Critics? By 

Francis B. Hornbrooke. 5:3:135-143. 
POET OF ITALY: AN APPRECIATION OF GIOSUE CAR- 
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POET OF MUSIC, BROWNING AS 

By C. A. Harris. Athenaeum 441 0:509-5 10:May 4, 1912; 4411: 

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By John T. Runciman. (Sat. R.) Littell's Living Age 262: 

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By Junius Henri Browne. The Galaxy 19:6:764-774: June 1875. 
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By B. O. Flower. Arena 7:607-61 9 :March 1893. 
POET OF SCIENCE, THE 

By Paul Shorey. Dial 46:17-19:Jan. 1, 1909. 
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Literary Digest 41 :792-793:Nov. 5. 1910 056 J712. 
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By Washington Gladden. Century 31 :316-318:Dec. 1885. 
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THE 

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POETICAL WORDS OF THOMAS LOVELL BEDDOES— 

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POETICAL WORKS. BROWNING'S 

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Editorial. Independent 54:460-461:1902. 

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RECORDS OF TENNYSON, RUSKIN AND BROWNING 

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Atlantic Monthly 68:736-748:Dec. 1891. 
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The Utility of Beauty. By Wm. Norman Guthrie. 13:143-155. 
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French Regard for Browning in Notes From Paris. Poet Lore 2: 

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SHORTER, CLEMENT 

Edited by. The Poems of Emil^ Bronte. Contemporary Review 

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SMALL, FRANK O. 

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SMART, CHRISTOPHER 

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SMART, CHRISTOPHER, AND BROWNING 

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SMART'S SONG TO DAVID 

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SMITH, A. TOLMAN 

Brownings Sordello : A Study in the Psychology of Lhildhood. 
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SMITH, DR. C. A. 

Does Industrialism Kill Literature? Literary Digest 24:671 :May 

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SMITH, C. ALPHONSO 

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SMITH, HENRY JUSTIN 

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SMITH. I. GREGORY 

St\)le. Littell's Living Age 276:93-100. 
SMITH. LEWIS WORTHINGTON 

Italian Freedom and the Poets. Arena 152- 160: Feb. 1909. 

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Dickens Fift}) Years After. Chautauquan 62:93- 102: March 1911. 
SMITH ON THE POETRY OF ENGLAND, GOLDWIN 

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SMITH, W. C. 

Raban or Life Splinters. Athenaeum 2788:454-455: April 2, 

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SMITH. WILLIAM AUSTIN 

BroJifning and the Special Interests. Atlantic 114:809-814. 
SMYTH, A. H. 

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SMYTH. JULIAN K. 

The Work of the Ministr}). New Church Review 11:517-530: 

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SNODDY, JAMES S. 

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SOCIETY'S COMMITTEE, SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 
THE BROWNING 

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SOCIETY'S COMMITTEE. NINTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

BROWNING 

Presented to the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Society, Held at 

University College, London, Friday, June 27, 1890. Browning 

Society Papers 12:1-5 82 1 .88 Dbs. 
SOCIETY'S FOURTH ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT, THE,„ 

BROWNING a 

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November 28, 1884, Programme, Browning Society Papers 7: 

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SOHRAB AND RUSTUM, THE BLANK VERSE OF 

By H. E. Coblentz. Poet Lore 7:10:497-505. 
SOLILOQUY OF AESCHYLUS* 

Current Opinion 56:55: Jan. 1914. 

By Robert Browning. A Program given by Mr. Sivori Levey 

Six Saturday Afternoons, Nov. 1 to Dec. 6, 1913. 
SOME ASPECTS OF CONTEMPORARY THOUGHT 

Poet Lore 2:3:148-150. 
SOME BOOKS FOR THE DAYS OF LEISURE (MRS. BROWN- 
ING) 

By Christine T. Herrick. Nineteenth Century 48:594:Sept. 30, 

1892. 
SOME BOOKS WORTH READING 

By H. W. Mabie. Outlook 99:782:Dec. 1911. 
SOME BROWNING MEMORIES 

By William G. Kingsland. (Contemporary Review.) Littell's 

Living Age 275:220-227. 
SOME CELEBRATED CHARACTERS OF LAST CENTURY 

By Percy F. Bicknell. Dial 46: 134-5: March 1, 1909. 
SOME CHILD-CRITICS OF BROWNING 

By W. W. (Academy.) Littell's Living Age 214:127-128. 
SOME EARLY FRIENDS OF ROBERT BROWNING 

By W. Hall Griffin. 87:471 :427-446: March 1905. 
SOME ETHICAL ASPECTS OF BROWNING'S PHILOSOPHY 

By Mrs. A. G. Jennings. A^en> Unit)^ 4:4:54-56:Sept. 24, 1896. 
SOME GREAT NINETEENTH CENTURY PREACHERS 

By J. R. Gillies. DroTvning 24-32 821.88 Rxl. 
SOME HOLIDAY PUBLICATIONS 

Bookman 4:380-81 :Dec. 1896. 

SOME LETTERS AND RECOLLECTIONS 

By M. E. Lewes. Cornhill Magazine. Littell's Living Age 
193:673-689: June 11, 1892. 

SOME MODERN PORTUGUESE SONNETS 
Poet Lore 6:10:518-520. 

SOME NEW MEMORIALS OF THE BROWNINGS 
Dial 58:268: April 1, 1915. 

SOME NOTES ON BROWNING'S POEMS 

Referring to Music. By Helen J. Ormerod. Berdoe's Broii>ning 
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SOME OF BROWNINGS BELIEFS 

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SOME POINTS IN BROWNING'S VIEW OF LIFE 

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ROBERT BROWNING 

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SOME RECENT BOOKS 

By A Reader. Contemporary Review 91 :141-152:Jan. 1907; 91 : 

445-457 :March 1907. 
SOME RECENT BOOKS— RING AND THE BOOK 

By A Reader. Contemporary Review 90:897-906: Dec. 1906. 
SOME RECENT VERSE 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 210:387-399 :Oct. 1909. 

(Edinburgh Review.) Littell's Living Age 264:195-209. 
SOME RECOLLECTIONS OF A READER 

(Cornhill.) Littell's Living Age 108:103-109. 
SOME RECOLLECTIONS OF BROWNING IN VENICE 

Poet Lore 14:1:151-152. 

SOME RECOLLECTION OF CHARLES STUART CALVERLEY 

(Temple Bar.) Littell's Living Age 172:421-426. 
SOME REMARKS ON BROWNING'S TREATMENT OF PAR- 
ENTHOOD 

By Mrs, Alexander Ireland. Browning Society Papers 12:46-52 

821.88 Dbs. 
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Atlantic Monthly 92 :469-75 :Jan. 1903. 
SOME SANE WORDS ABOUT BROWNING 

By Emily Shaw Forman. American Magazine 8:536-541 :Aug. 

1888. 
SOME SOLDIER POETS 

By Edmund Gosse. Edinburgh Review 226:296-31 6 :Ocl. 1917. 
SOME THOUGHTS ON BROWNING 

By Mary A. Lewis. MacMillan Magazine June 1882 821.88 

Dml. 

By Mary A. Lewis. (Cornhill Magazine.) Littell's Living Age 

154:238-246: July 22. 1882. 

SOME THOUGHTS ON BROWNING'S ETHICAL VIEWS 

By G. Watts Cunningham. The Middlebury Campus 3:83-88: 
May 1912. 

SOME UNPUBLISHED PAPERS OF ROBERT AND ELIZABETH 
BARRETT BROWNING 

Edited with Comments. By George S. Hellman. Harper's Maga- 
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SOME WOMEN POETS OF THE PRESENT REIGN 

By Isabel Clarke. Nineteenth Century 59:1012-1021 : June 1906. 

SONG FROM PIPPA PASSES. BROWNING'S 
Correct English 12:1 :96:April 1911. 

By Edith Giles. Emerson College Magazine 20:3:146-150:Jan. 
1912. 



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SONG TO DAVID. A 

See Christopher Smart. 

SONGS 

Selected from the works of Robert Browning. The Attolat Prew, 
34 Great Castle Street, London, 1903. 

SONGS FROM THE GHETTO AND A VISION OF HELLAS 
By Harriet Olive. Poet Lore 12:2:308-311. 

SONGS OF GLADNESS AND GROWTH 

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SONNET 

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SONNET ON BROWNING, A 

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SONNET ON BROWNING'S DEATH ^' 

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SONNETS OF M. DE HEREDIA ,«, 

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SONNETS IN THE PALL MALL GAZETTE. BROWNING'S 

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SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE. MRS. BROWNING'S 

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1905. 821.88 Hspfh. 

Portugais, Lei Sonnets. Translated by Ferninand Henry. Athen- 
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SONNETS. SOME MODERN PORTUGUESE 
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SORDELLO 

An Analysis of. By Wm. Jn. Alexander. Browning Society 
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Athenaeum 657:43 1-432: March 30. 1840. 

Broivning Pilgrimagz: Places Enshrined in. By Arthur J. Whytc. 
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By R. W. Church. Dante and Other Essa^fs 221-260 824.8 
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By M. Conway. London Browning Society Papers 7:1-4 (Abs). 
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The Hero As a Man. By Charles C. Everett. Poet Lore 8:6: 
313-325; also Poet Lore 8:5:243-256. 

Robert Browning Birthday Celebration May 7, 1919. (Two 
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Sonnet On. By Sando Enos. London Browning Society Papers 
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Revell's BrcAvning's Criticism of Life 68-116 821.88 Drc-1892. 
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Tragedy of a Troubadour. By E. H. Thomson. 

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Catalogue 737. 
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Ancient and Modern Letters. By Lane Cooper. 11:234-243: 

April 1912. 

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Chronology and Metrical Tests. By Edward P. Morton. 10:159- 

168:April 2, 1911. 

Ner» Creek Literature. By Charles W. Peppier. 13: 134: April 

1914. 

Pre-Raphaelitism and Its Literary Relations. By Benjamin Braw- 

ley. 15:77-78:Jan. 1916. 

The Technique of Non-Dramatic Blan^ Verse... By Frank C. 

Brown. n:96-98:Jan. 1912. 

SOUTHERN REVIEW, THE 

Robert Browning in Poems of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. By Roberts 

Brothers. 21 :Selection 3:413:April. 

Father Ryan and His Poems. By J. Thomas Pate. 4:Seleclion 

4:322-333. 

SPARROW, WALTER SHAW 

Dumas and D'Artagnan. Literary Digest 1 5 :462-463 : Aug. 14, 

1897. 




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SPAULDING. HENRY G. 

Caponsacchi. Poet Lore 1 :6:269-73. 
SPEAKER 

The Complacency of the W OTdiVforthiam. By H. F. C. Littell's 

Living Age 237:818-822. 

The Plays of a Great Poet. By Gilbert Murray. Littell's Living 

Age 247:244-248. 
SPECIAL ARTICLE 

A Note of St. Beuve. By Elmer James Bailey. Forum 40:46: 

Aug. 1908. 

By Brander Mathews. Forum 39:423 :Jan. 1908 . 
SPECIALIZED TEACHING OF LITERATURE 

By L. A. Sherman. Poet Lore 6:8&9:381-383. 
SPECIMEN BRICKS FROM THE RUINS OF ENGLISH LITER- 
ATURE 

Text book on an entirely original plan. By Prof. Foebus Wilde 

Scribendi. Rochester. N. Y., 1882. 821.88 Xels. 
SPECTATOR 

BroJi>mng and Italy. Littell's Living Age 274: 54-58: July 6. 1912. 

BroTvning and Tennyson. Littell's Living Age 184:190-192. 

Drowning.^ Yes in a General Way. (Poem.) From H. E. W. 

to W. C. E. Littell's Living Age 190:578. 

Bron>ning's Theology. Littell's Living Age 192:374-376. 

The Conditions of The Grand Style. Littell's Living Age 157: 

120-123. 

The Difficulties of Religious Poetry. Littell's Living Age 213: 

276-278. 

The Intellectual Effect of Old Age. Littell's Living Age 184: 

249-251. 

Is Poetry Unpopular? Littell's Living Age 240:820-823. 

The Poetry of Leading Law Cases. Littell's Living Age 130: 

572-575. 

Possibilities. Quotation from Abi Vogler. Littell's Living Age 

131:514. 

Startling Poetry. Littell's Living Age 157:117-120. 

Children's Ways. Eclectic Magazine 68:353 :Sepl. 1898. 
SPEIRS. MR. 

Current Literature. Review of a book entitled 5even Steps in the 

Making of a Man. New Church Review 8:302-320: April 1901. 
SPELL OF BRITTANY. THE 

By Ange M. Mosher. See Index. 
SPELL OF ITALY, THE 

By Caroline Atwater Mason. 271. 272. 273. 259, 260. 261. 281. 
SPELLING. SHAKESPERE'S 

By G. L. Wood. Independent 62: 1072- 1074: May 9. 1907. 

SPENCER COMPARED WITH BROWNING. HERBERT 

Paracelsus and the Data of Ethics. By Helen A. Clarke. Poet 
Lore 1:3:117-127. 

SPENCER. O. M. 

Picturesque Papuna. Cosmopolitan Magazine 18:662: April 1895. 

SPENCER-STANHOPE. RODDAM PRE-RAPHAELITE 
By A. M. W. Stirling. 66:307-325: Aug. 1909. 

SPENDER. CONSTANCE M. 

Bronfning Day by Day. T. Y. Crowell & Co., New York. 1904 
821.88 Sdd. 



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SPENDER. J. A. 

A Plea for the Popular in Literature. Nineteenth Century 61 : 

645-657: April 1907; also Liltell's Living Age 253 -.348-358 :May 

11, 1907. 
SPENSER 

Observations on the Faerie Queen. By Thomas Warton. 1754. 

(Contains autograph of Robert Browning, father of the poet.) 

821.3 C748ow. 
SPIRITUAL ASPIRATION 

By Anna Benneson McMahan. The Studyf Class 198-199 807 

Ml 67. 
SPIRITUAL EBB AND FLOW EXHIBITED IN ENGLISH POE- 
TRY FROM CHAUCER TO TENNYSON AND BROWN 

ING 

In Corson's Introduction to Broivning's Poetry 821.88 Dcs 
SPIRITUAL FORCES. BROWNING AND TENNYSON AS 

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SPIRITUAL MAGAZINE, THE 

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SPIRITUAL VOICES IN MODERN LITERATURE 

By Trevor H. Davies. Saul, The Hearts Cry for Jesus Christ 

227-252 804 D255. 
SPIRITUALISM, MR. SLUDGE AND THE MODERN 

By Morris Jaslrow, Jr. Poet Lore 3:2:75-87. 
SPROUL, GEORGE D. 

Complete lVorl(s of Robert DroVfning. Literary Digest 20:291* 

March 3, 1900. 
SPRING PUBLISHING SEASON 

Athenaeum 3718:1 13 :Jan. 28. 1899. 
SPRINGFIELD SUNDAY REPUBLICAN, THE 

A Friend of Broivning's. Mrs. Bransons Hospitality^. By Lilian 

Whiting. Oct. 6, 1918. 
SQUIRES, VERNON P. 

Credit for Religion. Religious Education 1 1:513 :Aug. 1916. 

ST. ANDREWS AND BROWNING 

By Thomas Bayne. Athenaeum 3334: 386-387: Sept. 19, ^891. 

ST. JAMES GAZETTE 

Browning's View of Life. Littell's Living Age 184:255-256. 

ST. JOHN IN THE DESERT 

An Introduction and Notes to Browning's A Death in the Desert. 
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ST. NICHOLAS 

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ST. PAUL'S 

Browning's Poem. A Review. Littell's Living Age 108:155-166. 
Robert Browning's Poems. By E. J. H. Eclectic Magazine 13: 
3 :267-279:March 1871 :New Series. 

By Nathaniel Hawthorne. Littell's Living Age 109:707-713. 
The Ring and the Book- By E. J. H. Eclectic Magazine of For- 
eign Literature 13:4:400-41 2: April 1871 :New Series. 
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STAGE. THE 

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STAGE PRODUCTIONS OF BROWNING'S PLAYS 

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STANARD. EVERETT EARLE 

Poetry and the Spirit. Overland Monthly 65 :360-363 : Jan.-June 

1915. 
STANDARD DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGAUGE, A 

By Isaac Funk. Athenaeum 3493:451 -452 :Oct. 6, 1894. 
STANFORD. C. V. 

See Music. 
STARTLING POETRY 

(Spec.) Littell's Living Age 157:117-120. 
STARRETT, VINCENT 

Pippa Passes. 
STATE OF ENGLISH POETRY 

(Quarterly Review.) Littell's Living Age 1 1 9 : 1 3 1 - 1 52. 
STATUE AND BUST OF BROWNING AND OTHER PAPERS, 

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STATUE AND THE BUST: A PARABLE, THE 

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STATUE AND THE BUST, THE RICCARDI PALACE OF THE 

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STEAD, F. HERBERT 

BroJunrng as a Poet of the Plain People. Review of Reviews 15: 

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The Robert Browning Settlement, Walworth. Brontning Centenary 

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STEBBINS, G. WARREN 

See Music. 

STEDMAN. MR. 

America's Debt to British Poetry. Literary Digest 22:316:March 
16, 1901. 

STEDMAN, EDMUND CLARENCE 

Robert Browning. Scribner's Monthly 9: 167-183 :Dec. 1874. 

The Nature and Elements of Poetry. Century 44:61 3-622: Aug. 

1892; 44:859.869:Oct. 1892; 44:143-152:May 1892. 

Twelve Years of British Song. Century 34:899-91 6 :01d Series. 

The Twilight of the Poets. Century 30: 787-800: Sept. 1885. 

Victorian Anthology. (Review.) Independent 47:2:1580:1895. 

Victorian Poets 293-341 :1893 831.88 S812.C2. 

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A LiilU Talk About a Great Poet. St. Nicholas 30:11:977-981:^ 

Sept. 1903. 1 

STEPHEN, J. K. ' 

Parodies: Imitation of Robert DroTa>ning. The Last Ride Together ^ 

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STEPHEN, LESLIE 

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BroTfining's Casuistry. Eclectic Magazine 140:357-371 :March 

1903. 

Same. (National Review.) Littell's Living Age 236:257-271. 

The Duty of Authors. Eclectic Magazine 123:1 -14 :July 1894. 

Sha^spere, As a Man. By Leslie Stephen. Eclectic Magazine 

137:70-84:July 1901. | 

lVordsi»orth*s Youth. (National Review.) Littell's Living Age 

212:859-870. 
STEPHEN. LESLIE, THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF 

By G. W. Prothero. Nineteenth Century 61 :6 18-628: April 1907. 
STEPHENSON, NATHANIEL WRIGHT 

Hauptmann's Fuhrmann Henschel. Arena 1 : 169- 175. 
STERLING. GEORGE 

Ode for the Centenary of the Birth of Robert Browning. Forum 

49:97-99:Jan. 1913. See also Lyric Year 235-241. 
StERLING. ROBERT 

An Ode for the Centenary of the Birth of Robert Browning. 

Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 68-71 821.88 Xht. 
STEVENS, PHILIPS 

Poetry and the Filipinos. English Journal 5:256:April 1916. 
STEVENS. W. BERTRAND 

Rossetti's The Blessed Damazel. Chautauquan 46:109:March 

1907. 
STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS 

By Lord Rosebery. (London Times.) Littell's Living Age 212: 

187-190. 
STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS, AT SARANAC 

By T. R. Sullivan. Scribner's Magazine 62:243 :Aug. 1917. 

STEVENSON. ROBERT LOUIS. ESSAYIST. NOVELIST AND 
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By H. B. Baildon. (Englische Studien.) Littell's Living Age 
221:671-688. 

STEVENSON'S CHARACTERISTICS. R. L. 

By J. A. MacCulloch. Eclectic Magazine 68: 1 93: Aug. 1898. 

STIRLING, A. M. W. 

Roddam Spencer-Stanhope, Pre-Raphaelite. Nineteenth Century 
66:307-325: Aug. 1909. 

STITT. E. F. R. 

Love and Duty in Tennyson and Browning. Poet Lore 4:5:271- 

274. 
STOCKTON. E. B. 

Notes and News. (Browning Query Answered.) Poet Lore 3:2: 

101-102. 
STODDARD. FRANCIS 

Uniform Entrance Examinations in English. Educational Review 

30:382:Nov. 1905. 




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STODDARD. RICHARD HENRY 

BrojDning. Independent 42:820: June 12, 1890. 

Mrs. Browning in Letters. Independent 39:1:737-738; 39:2:770- 

771; 39:3:803-804. 

A Chat About Longfellow. Literary Digest 12:310-1 1 :Jan. 11. 

1896. 

Letters and Essays. By Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Addressed 

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TENNYSON, CHOICE OF SUBJECT MATTER IN BROWNING 

AND 

Miss Ariel. Note by I. N. Cog. Poet Lore 7:6&7:356-366. 
TENNYSON E I BROWNING 

By Dr. Angelo Crespi. Italian British Review 2:1 :34-45:Jan. 

1919. 
TENNYSON, FAME OF 

By Henry Van Dyke. Independent 42:66: Jan. 16, 1890. 
TENNYSON, THE LIFE OF ALFRED 

Literary Digest 15:830-853: Nov. 13, 1899. 
TENNYSON, LIONEL 

Phaedra and Phedre. Nineteenth Century 7:58-77. 
TENNYSON, THE LOTUS SYMBOLISM IN BROWNING AND 

By Anna Brown. Poet Lore 2:12:625-634. 
TENNYSON, LOVE AND DUTY IN BROWNING AND 

By E. F. R. Stitt. Poet Lore 4:5:271-274. 
TENNYSON. THE MISSION OF 

By W. S. Lilly. (Fortnightly Review.) Littell's Living Age 213: 

227-234. 

By W. S. Lilly. Literary Digest 14:639:March 27, 1897. 

Eclectic Magazine 45:61 7-624 :May 1897. 

TENNYSON, TALKS WITH 

By Wilfred Ward. Eclectic Magazine 127:31 7-328 :Sept. 1896; 
also (New Review) Littell's Living Age 210:323-335. 




BROWNINGIANA 377 

TENNYSON, ON BROWNING AND 

By W. H. Browne. American Journal of Philology 32:484-485. 

TENNYSON. RUSKIN AND BROWNING. RECORDS OF 
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TENNYSON. A STUDY OF 

Editorial. Independent 46:961-962:1894. 

TENNYSON. A STUDY IN THE DREAM-CRAFT OF BURNS. 
LOWELL AND 
By L. W. Smith. Poet Lore 7:5:233-243. 

TENNYSON— THE BIOGRAPHY 

Munsey's Magazine 18:933-934: March 1898. 

TENNYSON. THE POET OF THE ENGLISH RACE ' 

By Arthur Waugh. Literary Digest 13:330: July 11. 1896. 

TENNYSON'S EARLY POEMS 

By William Canton. Eclectic Magazine 135: 778-783 :Dec. 1900. 
TENNYSON'S POEMS 

(British Quarterly Review.) Littell's Living Age 147:786-795. 
TENNYSON'S REF. TO SALE OF LOVE LETTERS 

Literarjf Notes. Independent 74:591. 
TENNYSON'S VISION OF SIN AND BROWNING'S CHILDE 

ROLAND 

By Theophilus P. Sawin. Poet Lore 9:2:256-265. 
THAT DOME IN AIR 

Thoughts on Poetry and the Poets. By John Vance Cheney. 

Broivning 236 814 C518. 
THEATRE— MUNICIPAL 

By Charles Carrington. Contemporary Review 82:41 1-428 :Sept. 

1902. 
THEATRICAL LANDMARKS 

By T. H .S. Escott. Edinburgh Review 227:85-96: Jan. 1918. 
THEISM. BROWNING'S 

By Josiah Royce. Boston Browning Society Papers 7-34 821.88 

Vbp. 
THEOLOGY. BROWNING'S 

By Mrs. Alexander Orr. (Spectator.) Littell's Living Age 192: 

374-376. 

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THEOLOGY. THE GREAT POETS AND THEIR 

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By Rev. W. E. Mundy. From Memorial Meeting of the Syracuse 

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THEORY OF LOVE. BROWNING'S 

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THERE AS HERE 

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M861t. 
THERE'S A WOMAN LIKE A DEWDROP 

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THERE'S HEAVEN ABOVE 

See Music. 
THINKERS AND IRONISTS 

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THIRD SHELF OF OLD BOOKS 

By Mrs. Fields. Scribner's Magazine 16:354:Sept. 1894 

THIS IS A SPRAY THE BIRD CLUNG TO 
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THOMPSON. FRANCIS: A STUDY IN TEMPERAMENT 

(London Quarterly Review.) Littell's Living Age 203:403-410. 
THOMPSON. MAURICE 

Beside a Brook With Izaak- Independent 47:859-860:1895. 

Literary Half Acres. Independent 44:2:1545-46:1892. 

Poetry^ Since Pope. Chautauquan 15:320-321 : June 1892. 

Tomorrow': Poctr]^. Independent 40:2: 1393: No v. 1, 1888. 
THOMPSON. R. E. 

Balauslions Adventure. Penn Monthly 6:72: 928-940: Dec. 1875 
THOMPSONS TRIBUTE TO SHELLEY, FRANCIS 

Current Opinion 45:515-518. 
THOMSON. E. H. 

The Tragedy of a Troubadour. (An interpretation of Browning's 

Bordello.) 
THOMSON. JAMES 

Notes on the Genius of Robert Browning. Browning Society 

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Same. Biographical and Critical Studies 437-457 824.8 T483. 

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THORNE. WM. HENRY 

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THORPE, FRANCIS N. 

Reasons for Being a Liberal. Poet Lore 2:3:150-152. 
THOUGHTS ABOUT A NEW POETICAL DAWN 

By Thomas Bradfield. Literary Digest 1 1:250 :June 29, 1895. 
THOUGHTS FROM BROWNING 

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THOUGHTS OF A POET ON ART AND FAITH 

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By Mary A. Lewis. (MacMillan's Magazine.) Littell's Living 

Age 154:238-246: July 22. 1882. 
THREE AMERICAN POETS 

By Richard Le Gailienne. Forum 45:84:Jan. 1911. 
THREE AMERICAN POETS OF TODAY 

By May Sinclair. Fortnightly Review 86:437:Sept. 1906. 
THREE INTERESTS IN OLD ENGLISH LITERATURE, THE 

By David Masson. Contemporary Review 21 : 199-226 :J an. 1873. 
THREE OCTOGENARIAN POETS 

Editorial. Literary Digest ll:160:June 8, 1895. 
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THROUGH THE METIDJA TO ABD-EL-KADR 

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TH. T. 

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Advice of a Father to a Daughter on Entering Cpi/ege. Inde- 
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THY CROWN'S A STAR 

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THY FACE 

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mer. 
TIEMANN. WALTER 

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Literature as An Interpretation of Life. English Journal 4:97: 

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TILLEY, ARTHUR 

Tl»o Theories of Poetry. (MacMilian.) Littell's Living Age 161 : 

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TIMES 

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Patriotic Poetry. Littell's Living Age 283:107-112. 

Sj»inburne's Letters. By A. C. Swinburne. Littell's Living Age 

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TODHUNTER. JOHN 

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The Ring and the Boo}(, London, 1884. London Browning So- 
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TOMLINSON. MARY 

IVordsTvorth's Poetry, A Personal Experience. Chautauquan 45: 

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TONIC, THE BROWNING 

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TOWLE. ELEANOR A. 

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TOWNSEND. A. L. 

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TROBRIDGE. GEORGE 

New Life of Swedenborg. Review^ of Book. By Theodore F. 

Wright. New Church Review 14:312-313 :April 1907. 
TRAGEDY OF A TROUBADOUR 

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TRAGIC MOTIVE OF IN A BALCONY, THE 

By Alice K. Robertson. Poet Lore 2:6:310-314. 
TRAGOEDIE FINER SEELE, DIE 

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TRAILL, H. D. 

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178:88-96. 

Same. Littell's Living Age 184:297:300 821.88 Xman. 

Robert Browning. (National Review.) Littell's Living Age 184: 

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Robert Browning. Magazine Articles No. 1. Littell's Living Age 

144 821.88 Xman. 

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TRANSCRIPTS AND STUDIES 

Mr. Browning's Sordello 474-525. By Edward Dowden. 820.4 

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TRANSLATIONS INTO GREEK AND LATIN VERSE 

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TRANTHAM. HENRY 

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TREETH, REV. J. T. 

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TRENT, W. P. 

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A New Book on Matthew Arnold. Forum 34:31 3 :Ocl. 1902. 

Mr. Stephen Phillip's Pla}f. Forum 29:1 16-1 17:March 1900. 

The Question of Greatness in Literature. Literary Digest 24:865- 

866: June 28. 1902. 

Recent Tributes to Longfellow. Forum 38:557: April 1907. 

Two Estimates of Browning. Forum 35:294-303. 
TREVELYAN. BART. SIR GEORGE OTTO 

A Budget of Memories. Littell's Living Age 260:280-284. 
TREVELYAN. G. M. 

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TRIMBLE, A. E. 

Concordance Maying in New Zealand. Atlantic Monthly 104: 
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TROLLOPE ON BROWNING 

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TWO BOOKS OF VERSE 

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TWO CAMELS 

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TWO UNPUBLISHED POEMS 

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TWO WOMEN OF LETTERS 

Atlantic Monthly 51 :413-4l6:March 1883. 
TYPES OF RECENT BIOGRAPHY 

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TYRRELL, ROBERT YELVERTON 

Mr. Drowning in a Passion. Fortnightly Review 52:271 -273: Aug. 

1889. 

Classical and Modern Literature. Eclectic Magazine 142:520- 

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(Pilot.) Littell's Living Age 240:567-570. 

Our Debt to Latin Poetry as Distinguished From Greek' Nine- 
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TYRWITT. REV. ST. JOHN 

Ancilla Domini: Thoughts on Christian Art. Contemporary Re- 
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June 1866. 



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UNCALCULATING SOUL, THE 

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UNCLE REMUS 

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UNCONVENTIONAL RELATIONS, BROWNING ON 
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UNDERGRADUATE IN VERSE, THE 

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UNIQUE POEMS 

Robert Brorsning. Literary World 193:Sepl. 8, 1849. 

UNITARIAN CHURCH OF ROCHESTER 

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UNIVERSALITY OF LAW. THE 

By Louis G. Hoeck. New Church Review 12:4:507-520:Ocl. 

1905. 
UNPUBLISHED LETTER 

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UNTERMEYER, LOUIS 

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Tanner 82 821.88 Xht. 

Caliban in the Coal Mines, Lyric Year 266. 

The Love Poems of Browning 73-79. f 

Integer Vitae from Including Horace. As it might have been trans- 
lated by Robert Browning 7-10 811 U611h. 

Poets for the Young. New Republic 6:51 -52: Feb. 12, 1916. 
UNWRITTEN BOOKS 

(MacMiUan.) Littell's Living Age 213:475-484. 
UP THE SPOUT 

By A. C. Swinburne. After Robert Browning. A Parody An- 
thology, Carolyn Wells 215 821.08 W453pa. 
UPSON. ARTHUR WHEELOCK 

The Rezzonico Palace. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph 

Tanner 105 821.88 Xht. 

The Two Nightingales. (Of the Boy Browning, May 1826.) 

Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 27 821.88 Xht. 

The Rezzonico Palace in Collected Poems 1 :244. 
UPWARD TREND. THE 

By William Henry Geistweit. Service 3:32-35:Oct. 1905. 
URBANA SCRIPTA 

By Arthur Galton. Mr. Browning 59-76 821.04 G181. 
USE OF HISTORY. BROWNING'S 

By Charles J. Little. From Memorial Meeting of the Syracuse 

Browning Club 9-13 821.88 Bsy. 

USE OF LIKE AND AS 

By S. I. Kidder. Dial 61 :452:Nov. 30. 1916. 

USE OF THE UGLY IN ART. THE 

By Katherine Merrill. Poet Lore 12:2:251-261. 

UYEDA, BIN 

Kaicho On. Translation of Browning's Poems into Japanese. 
Prospice 121-125. Two Poets of Crosic 126-128. Among the 
Roc^ from James Lee's Wife 129—131. The Year's at the Spring 
132-133. Summun Bonum 134-140 821.88 Xku, 



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VAGUE THOUGHTS ON ART 

By John Galsworthy. Atlantic Monthly 1 09: 567-568: April 1912. 

VALDES. EDGAR 

The Birds of Tenn\fson. (Temple Bar.) Littell's Living Age 

213:807-817. 
VALE, CHARLES 

The Lyric Year. Forum 49:97:Jan. 1913. 

Marl( Twain as Art Orator. Forum 44:4: July 1910. 

VALETE. TENNYSON AND OTHER MEMORIAL POEMS 
By Hardwick Drummond Rawnsley. 99-100 821.8 R261. 

VALUE OF BRpWNING'S WORK, THE 

By William F. Revell. Boston Browning Society Papers 12:64- 
81; 821.88 Dbs; also (Typewritten) 821.88 Dvr. 

VALUE OF CONTEMPORARY JUDGMENT, THE 

By Helen A. Clarke. Poet Lore 5:4:201-209; also Boston Brown- 
ing Society Papers 153-163 821.88 Vbp. 

VAN ALLEN. WILLIAM HARMAN 

Robert Brownings Birthday (poem). (Read at Boston Brown- 
ing Society.) Emerson College Magazine 20:3:136:Jan. 1912. 
Same. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 48 821.88 
Xhl. 

VAN BUREN, ALICIA 

Browning. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 134 

821.88 Xht. 

Fireflies. Lyrics and Sonnets. Browning (poem) 14 811 V22I. 

VAN DUFFEE. EDWARD P. 

(Browning Society Papers.) Library Journal 28:104:March 1903. 

VAN DYKE. HENRY 

The Best Poetry for Girls. Literary Digest 28: 324-325: March 5. 

1904. 

Browning's Lineage, a poem of fourteen lines. Atlantic 99:260. 

See also poems of Van Dyke 213. 

Same. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 63 821.88 

Xht. 

Same. Literary Digest 34:266:Feb. 16, 1907. 

Christianity's Dependence Upon Literature. Literary Digest 31 : 

957-58:Dec. 23. 1905. 

Fame of Tennyson. Independent 42:66: Jan. 16, 1890. 

The Influence of the Bible in Literature. Century 80:888-895: 

Oct. 1910. 
VARIORUM MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. THE 

Poet Lore 7:12:628-629. 
VASSAR MISCELLANY. THE 

Is the Philosophizing Tendency of Present English Words of 

Imagination Injurious to Them as ]Vorl(s of Art? Students' Asso- 
ciation of Vassar 62:2:59-68: Jan. 1877. 
VAUGHAN, C. E. 

Browning's Relation to the Other Poets of the Century. From 

Notes to the Pocket Volumt of Selections from the Poems of 



386 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

Robert Browning. By Alex Hill. 821.88 Dha 

The Love Poems of Brorvning. Notes to the Pockei Volume of 

Selections from the Poems of Robert Browning. By Alex Hill 

73-79 821.88 Dhn. 

In T}fpes of Tragic Drama. See Chapter 1 1 , Some Types of 

Recent Drama: Brov>nmg, Maeterlinck, Ibsen. 808.2 V365t. 

VENICE 

See Bronson. Century 63: 572-584: Feb. 1902. 

A Friend of Browning's. Mrs. Bronsons Hospitality. By Lilian 

Whiting. Springfield Sunday Republican Oct. 6, 1918. 

VENICE, A REVISED VERSION OF 

By Julia S. Vroomon. Arena 40: 527-536 :Dec. 1908. 

VERHAELTNIS ZU FRANKREICH, ROBERT BROWNING'S 
Von Karl Schmidt. 

VERSAILLES (KY.) 

Wednesday Club. Programs for 1909-10. 1910-11. 

VERSE 

See Bulkeley. 

VERSE, BROWNING'S 

In Corson's Introduction to the Study of Browning's Poetry. 
821.88 Drs. 

VERSES AND FLY LEAVES 

By C S. Calverly. Athenaeum 3026:532-534:Oct. 24, 1885. 

VICARS, E. 

Lowlands vs. Highlands: Effect of Environment on Poets. Poet 
Lore 6:2:83-87. 

VICTORIAN AGE IN LITERATURE, THE 

By Gilbert Keith Chesterton. 40-41, 162-163. See index. 

VICTORIAN AGE OF LITERATURE AND ITS CRITIC, THE 
By D. F. Hannigan. Eclectic Magazine 126:808-81 3: June 1896. 

VICTORIAN ANTHOLOGY 

By Stedman. 811RS812. 

(Review.) By Stedman. Independent 47:1580:Nov. 21. 1895. 

VICTORIAN HYPOCRICY 

By Annie Winsor Allen. Atlantic Monthly 1 14:174-188:July 
1914. 

VICTORIAN LITERATURE 

By Edward Dowden. (Fortnightly Review.) Littell's Living Age 

174:101-1 11:July 1887. 

By A^ndrew Lang. (Good Words.) Littell's Living Age 212:753- 

758:March 1897. 

By Clement K. Shorter. Bookman 5 :480-483 : Aug. 1897. 
VICTORIAN POETS 

By Amy Sharp. Robert Browning 40-102. Elizabeth Barrett 

Browning 103-120 822.8 S531v. 
VICTORIAN WOMAN, THE 

By E. B. Harrison. Nineteenth Century 58:951 -957 :Dec. 1905. 
VIE ET L'OEUVRE. LA 

d'Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Par Germaine-Marie Merlette. 

Librairie Armand Colin, 1905, Paris. 
VIEW BROWNING LOVED BEST 

(Pictures.) Bookman 16:354-58: Dec, 1902, 





BROWNINGIANA 3» 

VIEWS AND REVIEWS 

By Henry James. On A Drama fcy Robert Brontniixg 41-47, 

Boston, 1908. 820.4 J27v. 
VIEWS OF LIFE, BROWNING'S 

By William F. Revell. London Browning Society Papers 10: 

197-199. 
VIGNY, ALFRED DE, AND SOME OTHER ENGLISH POETS 

ON NATURE 

By M. A. Gerothwahl. Fortnightly Review 99:690: April 1913. 
VIGNY. ALFRED DE, ON GENIUS AND WOMAN 

By M. A. Gerothwohl. Fortnightly Review 99: 103: Jan. 1913. 
VILLAGE PRESS, THE 

See Rabbi Ben Ezra. 

VILLAIN 

One Aspect of Browning's Villains. By Miss E. D. West. Lon- 
don Browning Society Papers 4:411-434. 

VILLARI, LINDA 

Asolo and Its Neighborhood. (Murray's.) Littell's Living Age 
191:367-371. 

VINCENT, LEON H. 

A Few Words on Robert Browning. Arnold & Co., Philadelphia, 

1890 821.88 Zaa. 

Same. Arnold & Co., Philadelphia. 1895. 821.88 Drf. 

A Virtuoso of the Old School. Atlantic Monthly 84: 3 6-44: July 

1899. 

VISION OF CHRIST IN THE PpEMS, THE 

Selected Studies of the Christian Faith as Interpreted b}^ Brown' 
ing and Others. 821.08 S929v. 

VISITING BOOK OF THE BROWNINGS 

From the Browning Collection; probably in the handwriting of 
Miss Sariana Browning. Contains the names and addresses of 
many distinguished persons. 

VITA E LE OPERE DE ROBERTO BROWNING ED ELISA- 
BETTA BARRETT BROWNING. LA 

Con Prefazione di Antonio Fogazzaro. (Two copies) 621.88 
Bzs. 

VITAL PROBLEMS OF RELIGION 

By Rev. J. R. Colen. Contemporary Review 106:560-562:Oct. 
I914:Literary Supplement. 

VITAL TOUCH IN LITERATURE. THE 

By John Burroughs. Atlantic Monthly 83: 399-406: March 1899. 

VITALITY OF BROWNING. THE 

By Thomas Marc Parrott. 821.88 Dpv. 

VOGLER. ABT 

See Abt Vogler. 

VOICE OF THE LIVING POETS 

Current Opinion 60:202: March 2. 1916. 

VOICE OF SPRING 

By Wm. Henry Geistweit. Service 2:145-148:May 1905. 

VON HAMMER. MARIE 
See Music. 

VROOMAN. JULIA S. 

A Revised Version of Venic: Arena 40:527-536:Dec. 1908. 



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WADDLE. CHARLES CAREY 

The American Amateur Stage. Cosmopolitan Magazine 10:17: 

Nov. 1890. 
WAGNER. WRITINGS OF ^i 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 189:96-1 18:Jan. 1899. i^l 

W. A. L. 

Review of Parle\fings With Certain People of Importance in 

Their Da}f. Robert Browning. Harvard Monthly 4:2:82-83: 

April 1887. 
WALL. ANNIE 

Ami»er to a Quer}f (on Paracelsus). Poet Lore 1:4:193. 

The Library Notes on Bordello Retold and Others. Poet Lore 

1:4:199. 

The Sordello Club. Poet Lore 1:9:424-26. 

Sordello's Storjf Retold in Prose. Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston and New York. 821.88 Hsow. 

Same. Poet Lore 1:11 :536. 
WALLACE. MRS. LEW 

William Wetmore Story. Cosmopolitan Magazine 21 :463:Sept. 

1896. 
WALLACE. PROFESSOR WILLIAM 

By J. H. Muirhead. Fortnightly Review 67:694-696:May 1897. 
WALLASTON. GEORGE HYDE 

The Englishman in Ital^. A Collection of verses written by 

some of those who have loved Italy. Contains a number of poems 

by Robert Browning, and the Autograph of R. Barrett Browning. 

The Clarendon Press. Oxford. 1909. 821.08 W863i. 
WALL'S ETCHED MONTHLY 

Jan. 1921. Contains an etching of Palazzo Rezzonico and a note 

from a diary by Jane Wall. 821.88. 
WALSH. WILLIAM S. 

Boolfs and Literature. In the Illustrated American 6:62:500: 

April 25, 1891 821.88 Xmia. 
WALTHEW. R. H. 

See Music. 
WANDERER. THE 

By Owen Meredith. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

78 821.88 Xht. 
WAR POETRY IN FRANCE 

Reference to Sonnets From the Portuguese. By Edmund Gosse. 

Edinburgh Review 222: 78-97: July 1915. 
WAR POETRY OF WOMEN 

By Lillian Rowland Brown. Nineteenth Century 81:434-452: 

Feb. 1917. 
WARBURTON.~ALICE M. 

Selected and arranged. A Browning Treasure Boo\. Extracts 

From Browning. George Bell & Sons, London, 1906. 821.88 

Stw. 
WARD. MRS. HUMPHRY 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. English Men and Women of Letters 

of the 19th Century 12. Atalanta Sept. 1888 821.88 Xbm. 



BROWNINGIANA 391 

WARD. SUSAN H. 

A Decade of Poetry. Independent 51:815-816:1899. 
WARD. THOMAS HUMPHREY 

The English Poets 4:665-701 821.08 W263 V. 4. 

Same. Robert Drowning 1-39 821.08 W263 V. 5. 

Same. Appendix to 4. Browning, Matthew Arnold, Tennyson. 

MacMillan & Co.. London and New York, 1894. 821.88 Swm. 
WARD, WILFRID 

Tall^s With Tennyson. Eclectic Magazine 127:3 17-328: Sept. 

1896. 

Same. (New Review.) Littell's Living Age 210:323-335. 

By Thomas Henry Huxley. Nineteenth Century 40:274-292: 

Aug. 1896. 

A Reminiscence. By Thomas Henry Huxley. (Nineteenth Cen- 
tury.) Littell's Living Age 210:579-592. 
WARD. WILLIAM G. 

Extracts From the Poetry of Robert Browning. Emerson College 

Magazine 20:3: 136- 142: Jan. 1912. 
WARDS ENGLISH POETS 

By Francis H. Underwood. Atlantic Monthly 48: 273 -280: Aug. 

1881. 
WARD. WILLIAM HAYES 

New Poem by Browning. Independent 76:21 2 :Oct. 1915. 
WARFIELD, ETHELBERT D. 

The Posthumous Misfortune of Authors. Independent 43:2:1233- 

34: Aug. 20. 1891. 
WARNER. CHARLES DUDLEY 

Library of World's Best Literature, i.lbbl-lbbb. E. L. Bur- 

lingame. Selection 2565-2593. 

Some Blunders of Critics. Literary Digest 15:702-703:Oct. 9, 

1897. 

WARREN. ARTHUR 

London Days. Browning and Moscheles 42-56. 

WARREN. GENEVIEVE 

Italian Influence in English Literature. 820.4 W2881. 

WARREN. JOHN LEICESTER 

Poems, Dramatical and Lyrical. Athenaeum 34 17:497-498: April 
22, 1893. 

WARREN. JULIUS E. 

Selections From Robert Browning. Eclectic English Classics. 
821.88 Owa. 

WARTON. THOMAS 

Observations on the Faerie Queen of Spenser. (Contains autograph 
of Robert Browning, father of the Poet.) 821.3 S.748ow. 

WARTZBURG. C. A. 

The All^estis of Euripides and Browning. Poet Lore 2:7:345-360. 

WASHBURTON. ALICE M. 

Brownings Treasure Book. 1906 821.88 Stw. 

WATSON. ALBERT D. 

Love and the Universe. The Immortals and Other Poems. Brown- 
ing 73-76. 

WATSON. ANNAH ROBINSON 

The Attitudes of Southern Women on the Suffrage Question. 
Arena 17:363-69:Feb. 1895. 



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WATSON. DORA ELLA 

The Bron>ning Country. A Study Submitted to the Faculty of 

Baylor University for the Degree of Master of Arts. 621.88 

Kwc. 
WATSON, E. H. LACON 

The Essa}f Considered From an Artistic Point of VieJ». Eclectic 

Magazine 123: 50-54: July 1894. 
WATSON, STUDY OF WM. 

By Mrs. Lawrence Turnbull. Poet Lore 9:1:64-82. 
WATSON, WILLIAM 

The Nurse in Exile. Century 83 :944-948 : April 1912. 

The Two Felicities. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

62 821.88 Xht. 

Same. (Appended to the Pompilia Monologue of the Ring and 

the Book.) Poet Lore 9:3:472. 
WATSON'S POEMS 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 198:489-512 :Oct. 1903. 1 

WATTS-DUNTON, THEODORE 

IVilliam Morris. Athenaeum 3598:486-488 :Oct. 10, 1896. 

The Renaissance of Wonder in English Poetry. Literary Digest 

28:751 :May 21, 1904. 
WATTS-DUNTON. THEODORE. AND THE SPIRIT OF AN 

AGE 

By John Drinkwater. Nineteenth Century 76:674-685: Sept. 1914. 
WATTS. GEORGE FREDERICK 

By William Knight. Fortnightly Review 82:440-41, 449:1904. 

By D. S. MacCall. Eclectic Magazine 143:389-391 : Sept. 1904. 
WATTS. T. F. 

Robert Browning from a Painting. Bookman 29:380:June 1909. 
WATTS, T. F. R. A. 

Portrait of Robert Browning. Bookman 12:474: Jan. 1901. 
WATTS. THEODORE 

Aspects of Tennyson, Tennyson as a Nature Poet. (Nineteenth 

Century.) Lillell's Living Age 198:28-42. 

Tennyson, As a Nature Poet. Eclectic Magazine 120:837-849: 

June 1893. 
WAUGH. ARTHUR 

Robert Browning. The Westminster Biographies. Kegan. Paul, 

Trench, Truebner & Co., London. 821.88 Bww. 

Same. Reviewed in Outlook 65:745:July 28, 1900. 

The New Era in Letters. Eclectic Magazine 121 : 1 68-1 72: Aug. 

1893. 

Stephen Phillips. Fortnightly Review 105:92:Jan. 1916. 

Reticence in Literature. For numerous references see under Brown- 
ing in Index. 824.9 W354. 

Tennyson, The Poet of the English Race. Literary Digest 13:330: 

July 11. 1896. 
WAYLAND, H. L. 

Remarks on Some Passages in Rabbi Ben Ezra. Poet Lore 1 :2: 

57-63. 
WAYS OF THE HOUR (MORNING EYES) 

By Helen Coale Crew. Lippencott's Magazine 94:252-253: July 

to Dec. 1914. 

WEATHERFORD, W. D. 

Fundamental Religious Principles in Browning's Poetry. Publish- 
ing House of the M. E. Church, 1907. 821.88 Rwb. 





BROWNINGIANA 393 

WEDDED COLLABORATORS 

By Arthur Bennington. Scrap Book 4: 1 -2: July 1907. 
WEDDING MORN. THE 

See Music. 
WEDGWOOD. JULIA 

The Old Order Cbangeth. Eclectic Mage^ne 127:721-731 :Dec. 

1896. 
WEDMORE. FREDERICK 

Criticism of Mr. William Sharp's Book on Browning, under 

Notes and Reviervs. Art Review 1:157-158. 

The Two Lives of Wilfred Harris. Dedicated to Robert Brown- 
ing. 823.8 W393. 
WEDNESDAY CLUB OF VERSAILLES. KENTUCKY. THE 

Program of 1909-1910 and 1910-1911. Studies m Bromning. 

821.88 Zvc. 
WEEK, THE 

Athenaeum 3031 : 709: Nov. 28. 1885. 

Nation 94:99:Feb. 1912; 95:25:July 1912; 95:43:JuIy 1912. 
WELDON'S REGISTER 

Robert Browning's Lyrics and Romances, Evelyn Hope, Holy 

Cross Day, etc. 37:521 -523: Aug. 1863. 
WELL MADE BOOKS 

Atlantic Monthly 77:272-274: Feb. 1896. 
WELLESLEY, BROWNING ROOM AT 

Literary World 14:1 1 :1 76-1 77: June 2, 1883. 
WELLESLEY PRELUDE, THE 

The Different Ideals of Shelley and Broj»ning. Portion of thesis. 

By Angie Lacey Peck. 3:17:21 l-212:Jan. 30, 1892:Memorial 

Number. 

Browning Program. 2:24:330: March 21, 1891. 
WELLS, CAROLYN 

A Parody Anthology 193-218. 360, 368. For Itemized List of 

Eleven Poems after Robert Browning see Parody Anthology. 

821.08 W453pa. 

A Satire Anthology. Contains on pages 186-192: The Lost 

Leader, Pope and the Net, The Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister. 

821.08 W453sa. 
WELLS. JESSE H. 

The Bible in Browning. Thesis submitted for the Degree of 

Master of Arts, Georgetown, College, June, 1910. 821.88 Rwb. 
WENLEY, R. M. 

The Old Quarrel Between Poetry and Philosophy. Poet Lore 

10:3:365-81. 
WENTZ, V. S. 

Love Letters. Eclectic Magazine 132:736. 
WESSEX DRAMA. THE 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 215:93-1 12:Jan. 1912. 
WEST. ELIZABETH DICKINSON (MRS. EDWARD DOWDEN) 

Art and Popularity. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

146 821.88 Xht. 

Browning and Shelley. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph 

Tanner 76 821.88 Xht. 

Browning As a Preacher. Littell's Living Age 1 1 1 :707-723. 

Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 59 821.88 Xht. 

One Aspect of Browning's Villains. Browning Society Papers 

4:411-434 821.88 Dbg. 



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394 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

Same. Berdoe's Drowning Studies 106-129 821.88 Vlbs. 
To Robert Droroning. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tan- 
ner 135 821.88 Xht. 

To Robert Drowning on Re-reading Some Poems Long Unread. 
Verses: To Robert Drowning 12, Drowning and Shelle}^ 13. Part 
2, To Robert Dorwning on Re-reading Some Poems Long Un- 
read 20. Autographed 821.8 Will v. 

WEST. KENYON 

Margaret Fullers Permanent Influence. Poet Lore 7;8&9:386 

Percjf D^sshe Shelley. Chautauquan 16 -.422-430: Jan. 1893. 
WESTCOTT, BROOKE FOSS 

Religious Thought in the West. On Some Points in Browning's 

View of Life 253-276. A Paper read before the Cambridge 

Browning Society, Nov. 1882. Printed by J. Palmer, Cambridge, 

1883. 824.8 W524. 

Some Points on Drowning's Views of Life. Browning Society 

Papers 4:397-410 821.88 Dbs. , 

Same. Berdoe's Drowning Studies 92-106 821.88 Vlbs. ^H 

WESTMINSTER ABBEY ^^ 

Drowning in [Vestminster Abbe^. By Henry James. In Essays 

in London and Elsewhere 821.88 Bwa. 

By Kate Fisher Kimball. Chautauquan 60:384-385: Nov. 1910. 
WESTMINSTER BIOGRAPHIES 

By Arthur Waugh. Littell's Living Age 226:334. Dooka and 

Authors. 
WESTMINSTER. BROWNING'S MONUMENT ^^, 

Poet Lore 6:10:528. fl 

WESTMINSTER REVIEW ^l 

The Poetry of Mrs. E. D. Drowning. Magazine Articles 180- 

189:Oct. 1882 821.88 Xbm. 
WHARTON, ANNE HOLLINGSWORTH 

Diographical Facts in Regard to Robert and Elizabeth Drowning. 

Poet Lore 2:1:35-37. 

The Drownings in Florence. Book News 24:283:467-471 :March 

1906. 

Life. Diographical Facts in Regard to Robert and Elizabeth 

DarreH Drowning. Poet Lore 2:1:35-37. 
WHAT AND HOW TO READ 

By Frederic Saunders. Independent 41:1:162-163. 
WHAT COMES TO PERFECTION PERISHES 

By Sarah A. Bennett. Homage to Robert Drowning, Aleph Tan- 
ner 53 821.88 Xht. 
WHAT IS IT TO BE DRAMATIC? 

By C. P. Poet Lore 2:3:140-141. 
WHAT IS POETRY 

By Maxwell Bodenheim. New Republic 13:21 1-21 2 :Dec. "22, 

1917. 
WHAT KIPLING AS A POET LACKS 

Literary Digest 16:222:Feb. 19, 1898. 
WHAT POET LORE MEANS 

Poet Lore 3:12:645-648. 
WHAT ROOSEVELT LIKED TO READ 

Current Opinion 49:99-100:1910. 
WHAT SHOULD BE THE POET'S ATTITUDE TOWARD HIS 

CRITICS? 

By Francis Hornbrooke. Poet Lore 5:3:135-143. 




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WHAT THE WORLD MIGHT HAVE MISSED 

By W. A. N. Dorlana. Century 76:1 13-125:May 1908. 

WHEELER. CHAS. E. 

Hawthorne 5 Villa at Florence. Nation 50:486-487: June 19. 

1890. 
WHEELER, EMILY F. 

George Meredith's Novels. Chautauquan 19:561 -565: Aug. 1894. 

Women in Cree^ Literature. Chautauquan 16:534 :Feb. 1893. 
WHEN A NATION HATES 

Editorial. Literary Digest 49:2:954-955:Nov. 14. 1914. 
WHEN THEY RETURN 

Contemporary Review 1 14:471 -472 :Oct. 1918:Literary Supple- 
ment No. 133. 
WHERE GENIUS WORKS 

Eclectic Magazine 123:697-701 : Nov. 1894. 
WHIICOMB, IDA PRENTICE 

The l^rk in Legend and Song. Poet Lore 15:2:92-94. 
WHITE. ELI7A ORNE 

A Bmrvning Courtship. Atlantic Monthly 62:99-1 12:July 1. 1888. 

A Browning Courtship and Other Stories. 821.88 Xws. 
WHITE, FRANCES EMILY 

BroWfiing's Mesmerism From a Scientific Point of View. Poet 

Lore 4:5:261-66. 
WHITE. H. 

The Theology of Robert Browning. Poet Lore 12:3:417-430. 
WHITE. MAUDE VALERIE 

See Music. 
WHITE. RICHARD GRANT 

The Anatomizing of William Shal^espeare. Atlantic Monthly 

33:595-61 2 :May 1884. 

Introduction to Selections from the Poetry of Robert Browning. 

821.88 Gwsd. 
WHITEHEAD. MISS CM. 

Browning as a Teacher of the Nineteenth Century. Browning 

Society Papers 10:237-263 821.88 Dbs. 

Same. Berdoe's Browning Studies 283-309 821.88 Vlbs. 
WHITEHEAD. E. A. 

Browning as a Musician. From Notes to the Pocket Volume of 

Selections from the Poems of Robert Browning. By Alex Hill. 

47-53 821.88 Dhn. 

See Music. 
WHITFIELD. LOCK AND 

Men of Marii, a Calleryf of Contemporary Portraits. 821.88 Bmm. 
WHITING, LILIAN 

Biograph}) of the Brownings. Independent 71 :350:Aug. 17, 1911. 

The Brownings, Their Life and Art. Little, Brown & Co.. Bot- 

ton. 1911. (Two copies.) Autographed 821.88 Bwb. 

Editor Poems Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 821.88. 

The Brownings. Review. Independent 72:2:1 065 :May 16. 1912. 

The Centenary of Robert Browning. Munsey's Magazine 47:215- 

220:May 1912. 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Bookman 3:35-39:March 1896. 

The Colden Road. Little. Brown & Co., Boston, 1918. (Two 

copies,) Autographed 804 W599g. 

Kate Field. Arena 16:919-923 :Nov. 1896. 

The Florence of Landor. Contains much of interest to Browning. 



3% 



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Reviewed in Outlook 99:878:Dec. 9, 1911. (Two copies.) Auto- 
graphed. 

A Slud\f of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. New Church Review 

7:3 17-3 19: April 1900. 

Literary Boston. Cosmopolitan Magazine 10:209:Dec. 1890. 

NeHf Appraisals of Robert Browning. Current Opinion 52:701- 

703:June 1912. 

A Study of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Autograph of Robert 

Barrett Browning. Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1899. 821.88 

Bsw. (Three copies.) 

A Friend of Browning's. Mrs. Bronsons Hospitality. Springfield 

Sunday Republican Oct. 6, 1918. 
WHITING, MARY BRADFORD 

Browning and Woman. Did Browning Know a [Voman's Heart? 

821.88 Pww. 
WHITLEY. CHAS. 

In Cap and Cown; Three Centuries of Cambridge Wit. Athenaeum 

3239:702-703:Nov. 23. 1889. 
WHITMAN 

Human Brotherhood in Whitman and Browning: A Topical 

Reading Course. By Charlotte Porter. Poet Lore 10:3:421-424. 
WHITMAN AND BROWNING AS POETS OF BARBARISM 

By Prof. George Santayana. Literary Digest 20:360-361 :March 

24. 1900. 
WHITMAN. SARAH W. 

Robert Browning in His Relation to the Art of Painting. Read 

at the Twenty-eighth Meeting of the Browning Society of Boston, 

March 26, 1889. Published by the Browning Society, Boston. 

821.88 Lwp. 
WHITMAN, THE LATEST WORD ON 

By George Rice Carpenter. Current Opinion 47:45-48: July 1909. 
WHITMAN. WALT 

See under Triggs. 
WHITMANS GENIUS. A NEW THEORY OF, WALT 

By Dr. R. Maurice Bucke. Literary Digest 18:487-488: April 29. 

1899. 
WHITMAN'S POEMS. WALT 

By Peter Bayne. (Contemporary Review.) Littell's Living Age 

128:91-103. 

CARA E. 

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W. H. M. 

Psychical Research and a Knowledge of the Future Life. New 
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By Margaret H. Gangewer. American Notes and Queries 2:23: 
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WHY BROWNING IS NOT MORE POPULAR 

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WHY I AM A LIBERAL 

Definitions and Personal Confessions of Faith by the Best Minds 
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WHY IS BROWNING POPULAR? 

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WHYTE, ARTHUR J. 

A Browning Pilgrimage. Contemporary Review 103: 668-678: May 

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WICKSTEED, PHILIP H. 

Robert Browning. Contemporary Review 83:86-99:Jan. 1903. 
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Nineteenth Century 28: 123-1 47: July 1870. 
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Current Opinion 44:5 1-53: Jan. 1908. 

WILLCOX. ELLA GOODENOW 

Browning's A Soul's Tragedy. Poet Lore 13:3:411-25. 
WILLCOX. LOUISE COLLIER 

Poetry^ and The Child. New Republic 1 1 :338-339:July 21, 1917. 
WILLETT. GEORGE H. 

Childe Roland to the Dark Ton>er Came — An Interpretation. 

Methodist Review (Fifth Series) 30:4:601 -603: July- Aug. 1914: 

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WILLIAMS, BASIL 

A Chapter in the History of Oracles. Eclectic Magazine 1 1 8 :270- 

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WILLIAMS. CHARLES 

Poetry, Democracy and Christianity. Contemporary Review 112: 

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A Death in the Desert. Service 1 : 153-155 :Nov. 1904. 
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Browning's Form. Poet Lore 2:6:300-305. 

Clough and Emerson: The Metaphysical Significance of Dipsychus 

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The Relation of Nature to Man in Browning. Poet Lore 4:5: 

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WILLIAMS. HAROLD 

The Poetry of William Watson. Atlantic Monthly 107:267-276: 

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WINTHROP, W. 

Frederic^ Tennyson and His Poetry. Poet Lore 10:2:258-275. 

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND BRAIN WAVES 

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WISE, THOMAS J. 

A Catalogue of the Library of the Late John Henry Wrenn. Com- 
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WISE MEN AND A FOOL 

By Coulson Kernahan. Athenaeum 3841 :718-720:June 8, 1901. 

WITH THE POETS; A SELECTION OF ENGLISH POETRY 

By F. W. Farrar, Canon of Westminster. Suttaby & Co., London, 
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W. N. G. 

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WOMEN OF LYRIC LOVE, THE 

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WOMEN POETS, THE GREATEST OF 

Editorial. Literary Digest 18:309:March 18, 1899. 

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WOMEN'S CLUBS, BROWNING IN 
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WOOD, G. L. 

Shakesperes Spelling. Independent 62:2: 1072- 1074: May 9, 1907. 

WOODBERRY, GEORGE EDWARD 

LiicTary Essays, On Browning's Death 59-72 824.91 W88I1. 

Walter Savage Landor. Atlantic Monthly 51 :208-217:Feb. 1883. 

Literature in the Marl^et Place. Forum 11:654: Aug. 1891. 

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W881. 

Poe in New York. Century 48:854-866:Oct. 1894. 

WOODBRIDGE, HOMER E. 

Oscar Wilde as a Poet. Poet Lore 19:4:456. 

WOODBURY, CHAS. 

Cod Is Where Man Is. Twentieth Century 1:358:Jan. 1910. 
The Secret of Pippas Power. Poet Lore 3:6&7:350-53. 

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Xht. 

Robert Browning, a Poem. (Academy.) Littell's Living Age 

231:528. 

WOODWARD, HELEN DRYER 

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A Pessimist Criticism. Poet Lore 13:1:97-111. 
WORCESTER FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Robert Browning. Special Reading List. Jan. 1899. 
WORCHESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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WORDS. MR. MEREDITH'S 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 18:33-58: July 1886. 
WORDS THAT GO TO THE BAD 

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WORDS. WORDS. WORDS 

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WORDSWORTH 

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WORDSWORTH AND BROWNING 

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J77i. 

WORDSWORTH AND BYRON 

By A. C. Swinburne. Nineteenth Century 15:583-609. 

WORDSWORTH AND TENNYSON 

Editorial. Eclectic Magazine 64 (Old Series^ (New Series 1): 
273-415:1865. 

WORDSWORTH AND THE COLERIDGES, LOWELL AND TOL- 
STOY 
By C. Poet Lore 11:3:425-430. 

WORDSWORTH AS A POET GREAT IN SPITE OF HIMSELF 
By Carman and Rannie. Current Opinion 43:630-632:Nov. 1907. 

WORDSWORTH, BROWNING AND 

By Harry Christopher Minchin. (Fortnightly Review.) Littell's 
Living Age 274:104-112. 

WORDSWORTH. COLERIDGE, AND THE SPY 

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WORDSWORTH, TENNYSON, AND BROWNING 

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By Solomon F. Gingerich. 281.81 G4928. 

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WORDSWORTH, THE PERMANENCE OF 

By Herbert Paul. Nineteenth Century 63: 987 -998: June 1908. 

WORDSWORTH, THE PROSE WORKS OF 

By Edward Dowden. (Fortnightly Review.) Littell's Living Age 
128:195-208. 

WORDSWORTHIAN IN REMINISCENT MOOD, A 

By Percy F. Bicknell. Dial 38:1 17-19:Feb. 16, 1905. 

WORDSWORTHIANS, THE COMPLACENCY OF 

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By Leslie Stephen, (National Review.) Littell's Living Age 212: 

859-870. 
WORK AND PLAY, SUMMER BOOKS OF 

Reference. Independent 66: 1244: June 3, 1909. 
WORK OF THE YEAR. BROWNING'S 

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WORKS OF GEOFFREY CHAUCER 

Alfred W. Pollard. By H. Frank Heath, Mark H. Liddell and 

W. S. McCormick. Athenaeum 3723:268-269: March 4. 1899, 
WORKS OF JOHN RUSKIN, THE 

By Editor. Edinburgh Review 167:8: 198-234: Jan. 1888. 
WORKS OF THACKERY 

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WORKS, THE COLLECTED. OF WILLIAM MORRIS 

Athenaeum 4341 :5-6:Jan. 7, 19n. 
WORK. UNACKNOWLEDGED 

Poet Lore 11:2:316. 
WORLD LITERATURE 

By Richard G. Moulton. Robert Bror»nmg 356-358, 403. 
WORLD'S GREATEST LOVERS, THE 

Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Brorvning. By Laura Spencer Por- 

tor. Woman's Home Companion 40:1 1 :24-78: Nov. 1913. 
WORLD'S MOST WONDERFUL LOVE STORY 

Review of Reviews 19:734:June 1899. 
WORLD'S WORK 

An Exercise in Self Abasement. 2:807: June 1901. 

A New Estimate of Browning. 6:4036:Ocl. 1903. 

Mr. Stephen Phillips' Herod. By John Lane. 1 : 666-667: April 

1901. 

WORSFOLD. W. BASIL 

The Poetry^ of W. C. Rossetti. Eclectic Magazine 121:851-854: 
Dec. 1893. 

WRENN, HAROLD B. 

A Catalogue of the Library of the Late John Henr}f Wrenn. 

Edited by Thomas J. Wise. 123-137 821.88. 
WRIGHT. ARKLEY B. (A. W.) 

Two Pictures Dealing With Fra Lippo Lippi. Robert Browning. 

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WRIGHT. C. B. 

Criticism on Poetics in Asolando. Poet Lore 3:2:102-103. 

A Criticism of the Epistle of Karshish. By Richard Garnett. Poet 

Lore 9:2:312-313. 

The Ethics of Robert Browning in Boyesen's Literary and Social 

Silhouettes. Poet Lore 10:3:461-463. 

The Two Felicities. Homage to Robert Browning, Aleph Tanner 

62 821.88 Xht. 

Same. Appended to the Pompilia Monologue of The Ring and 

the Book. Poet Lore 9:3:472. 

WRIGHT, EDWARD 

The Art of Plagiarism. Contemporary Review 85:51 4-518: April 
1904. 

WRIGHT, L. 

Browning's Standpoint. Poet Lore 2:11:604-607. 

WRIGHT, MERLE ST. CROIX 

Browning's Relation to Immortality. Centenary Addresses 96-101 
821.88 Vnya. 

WRIGHT. WM. ALDIS 

Edward Fitzgerald, Letters and Remains of. Athenaeum 3220:55- 

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WURTZBURG, C A. 

The Alkcstis of Euripides and of Browning. Poet Lore 2:7:345- 

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The Ner» Poetry. By John Erskine. 6:384-385:Ocl. 1914. 

Two Unpublished Poems: (1) Moses of Michael Angelo, (2) 

On Being Defied to Express in a Hexameter, You Ought to Sit on 

the Safety Valve. By Robert Browning. 4:l-2:Ocl. 1914. 

YEAR BOOK, THE ROBERT BROWNING 

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York. 1903 821.88 Syt. 
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YEAR'S AT THE SPRING 

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YEAR'S BEST BOOKS, A 

By Editor. Outlook 60:816-81 7 :Dec. 3. 1898. 
YEAR'S HOLIDAY BOOKS 

Independent 61 :2:1402:Dec. 1906. 
YEAR'S LITERARY PRODUCTION, A 

By H. W. Mable. Current Opinion 9:433 :March 1892. 
YOU'LL LOVE ME YET 

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YOUNG 

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YOUNG, FILSON 

New Leaves: Browning and Henry James 165-171 824.91 Y71n. 
YOUNG FOLKS' BROWNING, THE 

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YOUNG MAN 

Browning as a Chapel-Coer. A review of a chapel talk with 

Browning. Review of Reviews 17:461 -463: April 1898. 
YOUNG MAN'S RECOLLECTIONS, A 

Robert Browning. (Times.) Littell's Living Age 187:673-677, 
YOUNG, MELISSA E. 

Sonnet on Repristination. (The Ring and the Book-) 

Life's Lilicd Harp (Saul). 
YOUTH AND ART, BROWNING'S 

By Wm. Stanley Braithwaite. Poet Lore 22:3:231. 
YOUTH'S COMPANION, THE 

Recollections of the Brownings. By Harriet G. Hosmer. In two 

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ZAMPINI. SALAZAR FANNY 

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ZANGWILL. ISRAEL 

Breaking the Record. Cosmopolitan Magazine l8:244:Dec. 1894. 

The Month in England. Cosmopolitan Magazine 23:99: May 

1897; 24:326-27: Jan. 1898. 
ZANGWILL. LOUIS 

The Month in England. Cosmopolitan Magazine 26:1 18-1 20 :Nov. 

1898. 
ZIMMERN. HELEN 

Italian Poets of Today. 

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