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Robert Browiiitig

1812-1889

A List of Books

and oi References to Periodicals

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Pubh'ihed by

THE BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY

BROOKLYN. NEW YORK

1912



Robert BrpwAing>

1812-1889 ''^

A List oi: Books

and oi Reierences to Periodicals

in tke

Brooklyn Public Library




Published by

THE BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

1912



Robert Browning

Born May 7, 1812; Died December 12, 1889



SCHEME OF ARRANGEMENT

I. BIBLIOGRAPHIES.

II. WORKS.

III. BIOGRAPHY, CRITICISM, ETC.

A. Books and parts of books (listed alphabetically

by authors).

B. Periodical articles (listed alphabetical'y by

titles).



I. BiBLioGFRAPHiEs; '; ; V -

Allibone, S. Austin. Chronological }:sV of' pTo^'r-ing's ;
works. (In Supplement to his CriVxa-lciibtiori'at-yl of :
English literature and British and American authors
...by J. F. Kirk. 2 v. 1902. v. i, p. 232-234. R803-
A43S.)

Anderson, J. P. Bibliography [of Robert Browning].
(In Sharp, William. Life of Robert Browning. 1890.
BB885S.)

Is arranged as follows: I. Works. II. Single works. III.
Contributions to magazines. IV. Printed letters. V. Selec-
tions. V'l. Appendix — Biography, criticism, etc ; magazine arti-
cles. VII. Chronological list of works. Has some annotations.

Bates, Arlo. Bibliography [of the plays included in
this volume]. (In Browning, Robert. Blot in the
'scutcheon, Colombe's birthday, A Soul's tragedy,
and In a balcony; edited by Arlo Bates. 1904. p.
300-303. 822B88BC.)

I. Texts. "It is not exhaustive, but includes the authorized
editions and the best reprints." II. Works. Biographical and
critical. "Made with special reference to the plays, the essays
cited having at least noteworthy passages bearing upon one or
more of the dramas included in this volume; but most of the
works given have also a broader range and deal with Browning
in the varied phases of his genius."

Berdoe, Edward. Books, essays, etc., which are espec-
ially useful to the Browning student [and] Chrono-
logical list of works, etc. (In his Browning cyclo-
paedia. 1892. p. [xiii]-xx. R82i.7B88Bn.)

The first part is divided into biographical works ;_ works of
criticism and exposition; the Browning Society's publications.

Clark, J. Scott. Bibliography of criticism on Brown-
ing. (In his Study of English and American poets.
1900. p. 677-679- 82I.7C59-)

* A list of references to books and periodicals.

Cooke, George Willis. The Best things said of Brown-
ing. (In his Guide book to the Poetic and dramatic
works of Robert Browning. 1894. 821.7B88C.)

Arranged under the following head?: I. Biographical works.
II. Biographical magazine articles. III. Books of interpreta-
tion and criticism. IV. Books with essays on Browning. V.
Magazine articles of special value. A list is also given of
"General articles in the Browning Society papers."



Oll^irC) :



Fotheringham, James. Chronological list of Bro\vn-
.•; JTig's poejns in ordtjr, and with dates, of publication.
;»" • ',0.t: his SUid^es of'the mind and art of Robert Brown-
ing. 1900. p. xxiii-xxviii. 821.7B88F0.)

"In compiling the above List, Dr. Furnivall's Bibliography has
been used, and certain sections of the valuable Bibliography
of Mr. T. J. Wise, given in the Athenaum, 1894-96."

Furnivall, F. J. Bibliography of Robert Browning,
from 1833 to 1881. (In London. Browning society 1
Papers. 1881-91. v. i, pt. i. 82i.7B88Ln.)

I. An alphabetical list of Robert Browning's works, with
their order-numbers and dates of publication. II. A List of
Robert Browning's works in the order of their publication.
Annotated. III. Browning's printed letters. IV. Appendix.
Contains: The "Selections' from Browning's works; Trial-list
of criticisms and notices of Browning's works; Personal notices;
etc.

Browning bibliography. Additions, 31 December

1881. (In Same. v. i pt. 2.)

Contains: (i) Browning's acted plays; (2) Fresh entries of
criticisms of Browning's works; (3) Fresh personal notices of
Browning; (4) Notes on Browning's poems and my bibliography;
(5) Short index to the Bibliography and Additions.

Marzials, Frank T. Bibliographical note. (In his
Browning. 1905. BB885M.)

Gives a list of Browning's own works in the order of publi-
cation, a list of "Selections" (with remarks on them), and a
selection of books dealing with Br<iwning's works, in elucidation
or criticism (with remarks on their value).

Orr, Mrs. Sutherland. Chronological bibliography of
Browning's works. (In her Handbook to the works
of Robert Browning. Ed. 6. 1899. p. 365fT. 821.7
B880.)

Based on Furnivall's Bibliography "and thoroughly revised
by .Mr. Dykes Campbell." Followed on p. 395IT. by an alpha-
betical list of Robert Browning's works, which is an index
to the foregoing bibliography and to the collcct<
1868 and 1889-90.

Symons, Arthur. (A) Bibliography of Robert Brown-
ing. (In his Introduction to the study of Browning.
1906. p. 241-254. 82i.7B88Sy.)

A list of his works in the order of their publication, com-
piled mainly from Furnivall's Bibliography. "Selections" are
not noticed.



h is an index a
ted editions of i

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Wise, Thomas J. Materials for a bibliography of the
writings in prose and verse of Robert Browning,
(In Nicoll, W. Robertson and Wise, Thomas J. Lite-
rary anecdotes of the nineteenth century: contribu-
tions towards a literary history of the period. 2 v.
1895-96. V. I, p. 361-627. 809N64.)

A very complete and detailed bibliography, divided into the
following parts: I. Editiones principes, etc. II. Contributions
to periodical literature, etc. III. Published letters of Robert
Browning. IV. An Alphabetical list of Robert Browning's
poems, with references to the positions of each in the various
editions of his works. V. Collected editions of the poetical
works of Robert Browning. VI. Selections from the poetical
works of Robert Browning. VII. Complete volumes of biography
and criticism. VIII. Browningiana — A List of the principal re-
views and criticisms of Robert Browning and his writings
contained in books and magazines, with a selection from the
more important weekly and daily periodicals. The reading of
'•he title pages of all books both by and on Browning is given,
with collation and annotations.



11. WORKS.

Browning, Robert. Complete poetic and dramatic
works. Bost. [C1895]. 821B88C

Agamemnon of /Eschylus; with introduction,

notes and general indexes. Bost. 1899. 821B88AS

Includes: La Saisiaz; The Two poets of Croisic; Dramatic
idyls, series 1-2; Jocoseria; Ferishtah's fancies; i'arleyings with
certain people of importance in their day; Asolando; Poems
uncollected by Browning.

Same. Bost. 1887. 821B88A1

Same; with the author's latest corrections. 1891.

821B88A1

Same. Bost. 1895. 82iB88Aa

Agamemnon [of ^schylus]. Bost. 1882.

82iB88Am

Includes: La Saisiaz; The Two poets of Croisic; Pauline;
Dramatic idyls, series 1-2.

Agamemnon [of .^schylus]. Bost. 1886.

82iB88Ag

Includes: La Saisiaz; The Two poets of Croisic; Pauline;
Dramatic idyls, series 1-2; Jocoseria.

Agamemnon of ^schylus. (In his Poetical

works. 1894-1903. V. 7. 821B88P09.)

Aristophanes' apology; including a transcript from

Euripedes, being the last adventure of Balaustion.
Bost. 1875. 821B88AR

Aristophanes' apology. (In his Red cotton night-
cap country. 1887. 82iB88Re.)

Same. (In his Balaustion's adventure. 1886.

82iE88Ba.)

Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 7.

821B88P09.)

Asolando; fancies and facts. Bost. 1891. 821B88A

Asolando. (In his Agamemnon of yEschylus.

1S95. 82iB88Aa.)

Same. (In Same. 1899. 821B88AS.)

Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894- 1903. v. Qt

821B88P09.) .*3«'tS5

7 f ^^'*- ^
^ ^ UNIVERi i I ^

Or



— Balaustion's adventure; including a transcript
from Euripedes. Bost. 1871. 821B88BL

— Balaustion's adventure, Aristophanes' apology;
Pacchiarotto, and other poems. Bost. 1S86.

82iB88Ba

— Balaustion's adventure. (In his Christmas-eve
and Easter day. 1891. 82iB88Ch.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 6.
821B88P09.)

— and Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. Beautiful
thoughts; arranged by Margaret Shipp. N. Y. 1900.

82iB88Be

— Blot in the 'scutcheon and other dramas; edited
with notes by W. J. Rolfe and H. E. Hersey. X. Y.
C1887. 822B88B

Contents: A Blot in the 'scutcheon; Colombe's birthday; A
Soul's tragedy.

— Blot in the 'scutcheon, and other poetic dramas;
with an introductory note, by Frank Rinder. Lond.
n. d. 822B88BL

Contents: Introductory note; The Return of the Druses; A
Blot in the 'scutcheon; Colombe's birthday; The Flight of the
duchess; Luria; A Soul's tragedy; Christmas eve and Easter
day.

— Blot in the 'scutcheon, Colombe's birthday, A
Soul's tragedy, and In a balcony; edited by Arlo
Bates. Bost. 1904. SjjBSSBc

— Blot in the 'scutcheon. (In his Dramatic lyrics.
1887. 821B88D.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 4. 821-
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 2.
821B88P09.)

— Same. (In his Dramas. 1886. 822B88.)

— Same. (In Morris, H. S. cd. Tales from ten
poets. 1893. V. 2. 821.08M877.)

— and Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. Brownings for
the young; edited by F. G. Kenyon. N. Y. 1896.

J821B88K

8



Christmas-eve and Easter day; with the author's

latest corrections. Bost. 1891. 82iB88Ch

Includes: Men and women; In a balcony; Dramatis persons;
r.alaiistion's adventure; Prince llohcnstiel-Sclnvangau; Fifine at
the fair.

Same; with introduction and notes. Bost. ci899-

82iB88Ch

Christmas-eve and Easter-day. (In his Dramatis

personse. 1886. 82iB88Dp.)

Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 5. 821-

B88Pw.)

Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 3.

821B88P09.)

Same. (In his Sordello. 1864. 821B88S0.)

Same. (In his Blot in the 'scutcheon, n. d.

822B88BL.)

Colombe's birthday. (In his Dramatic lyrics.

1887. 821B88D.)

Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 4. 821-

B88Pw.)

Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 2.

821B88P09.)

Same. (In his Blot in the 'scutcheon. 1904.

822B88BC.)

Same. (In Same. n. d. 822B88BL.)

Same. (In his Blot in the 'scutcheon and other

dramas. C1887. 822B88B.)

Same. (In his Dramas. 1886. 822B88.)

Dramas. 2 v. in i. N. Y. 1886. 822B88

Contents: v. r. Paracelsus; Pippa passes; King Victor and
King Charles; Colombe's birthday, v. 2. A Blot in the 'scut-
cheon ; The Return of the Druses; Luria; A Soul's tragedy.

' Dramatic idyls; [series 1-2]. Lond. 1889.

82iB88Di

Includes Jocoseria.

Dramatic idyls. (In his Agamemnon of i^schylus.

1887. 821B88A1.)

Same. (In Same. 1895. 82iB88Aa.)

- Same. (In Same. 1899. 821B88AS.)



— Same. (In his Agamemnon [of /Eschylus]. 1882.
82iB88Am.)

— Same. (In Same. 1886. 82iB88Ag.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 8.
821B88P09.)

— Dramatic lyrics. Bost. 1887. 821B88D
Includes: The Return of the Druses; A Blot in the 'scutcheon;

Colombe's birthday; Dramatic romances; A Soul's tragedy ;i^
Luria. '1

— Same; with the author's latest corrections. BostJ*
1891. 821B88D]

— Same; with introduction and notes. Bost. C189Q.

821 B 8^0

— Dramatic lyrics. (In his Poetical works. iSr^
1903- V. 3. 821B88P09.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 3. 821
B88Pw.)

— Dramatic romances. (In his Dramatic lyrics.
1887. 821B88D.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 4. 821-'
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 3.
821B88P09.)

— Dramatic romances and lyrics; with an introduc-
tory note, by E. Dixon. Lond. introd. 1897.

821B88DS

Includes: Sorddlo.

— Dramatic romances and lyrics. (In his Dramatis
personam. 1886. 82iB88Dp.)

— Dramatis persona?. Bost. 1864. 82iB88Dr

— Same. N. Y. 1886. 82iB88Dp

Includes: Dramatic romances and lyrics; Strafford; Christ-
mas-eve and Easter-day.

— Same. (In his Christmas-eve and Easter day.
1891. 82iB88Ch.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 6.
821B88PW.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 4.
821B88P09.)

10



- Favorite poems. [Bost. C1875.] 828M68

— Ferishtah's fancies. N. Y. 1886. 82iB88Fe

— Same. (In his Agamemnon of ^schylus. 1895.
82iB88Aa.)

— Same. (In Same. 1899. 821B88AS.)

— Same. (In Same. 1887. 821B88A1.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 8.
821B88P09.)

— Fifine at the fair, and other poems. Bost. 1872.

82iB88Fi

Contents: Fifine at the fair; Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau;
Herve Riel.

— Fifine at the fair, [and other poems]. N. Y. 1886.

821B88F

Contents: Fifine at the fair; Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau;
Herve Riel; Red cotton night-cap country; The Inn album.

— Fifine at the fair. (In his Christmas-eve and
Easter day. 1891. 82iB88Ch.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 6.
821B88P09.)

— Flight of the duchess. (In his Blot in the 'scutch-
eon, n. d. 822B88BL.)

— and Brov^^ning, Elizabeth Barrett. Florence in the
poetry of the Brownings; being a selection of [their]
poems which have to do with the history, the scen-
ery and the art of Florence; edited by A. B. Mc-
Mahan. Chic. 1904. 821B88FL

— Herve Riel. (In his Fifine at the fair and other
poems. 1872. 82iB88Fi.)

— Same. (In his Fifine at the fair. 1886. 821B88F.)

— Same. (In De Berard, F. B. ed. Famous tales of
heroism. 1899.)

— In a balcony. (In his Christmas-eve and Easter
day. 1891. 82iB88Ch.)

— Same. (In his Blot in the 'scutcheon. 1904. 822-
B88Bc.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 6. 821B88-
Pw.)

II



— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 4.
821B88P09.)

— Inn album. Bost. 1876. 821B88I

— Same. (In his Red cotton night-cap country.
1887. 82iB88Re.)

— Same. (In his Fifine at the fair. 1886. 821B88F.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 6.
821B88P09.)

— Jocoseria. Lond. 1883. 821B88J

— Same. (In his Agamemnon [of /Eschylus]. 1886.
82iB88Ag.)

— Same. (In his Agamemnon of ^schylus. 1887.
821B88A1.)

— Same. (In Same. 1895. 82iB88Aa.)

— Same. (In Same. 1899. 82iB88As).

— Same. (In his Dramatic idyls; [series 1-2]. 1889.
82iB88Di.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 8.
821B88P09.)

— King Victor and King Charles. (In his Dramas.
1886. 822B88.)

— Same. (In his Pauline. 1887. 82iB88Pa.)

— Same. (In his Pippa passes and other poetic
dramas, n. d. 822B88P.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 3. 821-
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In Same. 1894-1903. v. 2. 821B88P09.)

— and Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. Letters, 1845-
46. 2 V. N. Y. 1899. 826B88

— Luria. (In his Dramatic lyrics. 1887. 821B88D.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 5. 821-
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In Same. 1894-1903. v. 3. 821B88P09.)

— Same. (In his Dramas. 1886. 822B88.)

— Same. (In his Blot in the 'scutcheon. n. d.
822B88BL.)

13



Lyrical and dramatic poems, edited by E. T.

Mason. N. Y. 1897 [c'83]. 821B88L

Men and women. Bost. 1856. 82iB88Me

■ Same. N. Y. 1886. 821B88M

Includes: Sordello.

■ Same. (In his Christmas-eve and Easter day.

1891. 82iB88Ch.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 5. 821-
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In Same. 1894-1903. v. 2. 821B88P09.)

— Pacchiarotto and how he worked in distemper;
with other poems. Bost. 1877. 821B88PC

— Pacchiarotto and how he worked in distemper.
(In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 7. 821B88-
P09.)

Same. (In his Balaustion's adventure. 1886. 821-

B88Ba.)

— Same. (In his Red cotton night-cap country.
1887. 82iB88Re.)

— Paracelsus. (In his Dramas. 1886. 822B88.)

— Same. (In his Pauline. 1887. 82iB88Pa.)

— Same. (In his Pippa passes and other poetic
dramas, n. d. 822B88P.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. i. 821-
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In Same. 1894-1903. v. i. 821B88P09.)

— Parleyings with certain people of importance in
their day; to wit, Bernard de Mandeville, Daniel
Bartoli, Christopher Smart, George Bubb Doding-
ton, Francis Furini, Gerard De Lairesse, and Charles
Avison, introduced by a dialogue between Apollo
and the fates, and concluded by another between
John Fust and his friends. Bost. 1887. 82iB88Py

— Parleyings with certain people of importance in
their day. (In his Agamemnon of yEschylus. 1887.
821B88A1.)

— Same. (In Same. 1899. 821B88AS.)

— Same. (In Same. i8o5- 82iB88Aa.)

13



ns. Jiost. I
82iB88Pa J
it. C1899. I
82iB88PaJ
IS.] i882f



— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 8.
821B88P09.)

— Pauline; a fragment of a confession; edited by
T. J. Wise. Lond. 1886. 821B88PL

— Pauline. Bost. 1887. 82iB88Pa

Includes: Paracelsus; Strafford; Sordcllo; Pippa passes; King
X'ictor and King Charles.

— Same; with the author's latest corrections. Bost
1895. 82iB88Pa

— Same; with introduction and notes. Bos

8

— Same. (In his Agamemnon [of ^schylus
82iB88Am.)

— Same. (In his Agamemnon. 1886. 82iB88Ag.)

— Same. (In his Pippa passes and other poetic
dramas, n. d. 822B88P.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. i. 821-
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In Same. 1894-1903- v. i. 821B88P09.)

— Pied piper of Ilamelin, a child's story; illustrated
by Hope Dunlap. [Chic] C1910. J82iB88Pd

— Pied piper of Hamelin and other poems; with a
biographical sketch and notes. Bost. [C1897].

82iB88Pi

— Same; with illustrations by Kate Greenawav.
N. Y. n. d. & Lond. [1910]. J82iB88Pg

— Pied piper of Ilamelin. (In De Bcrard, F. B. ed.
Famous talcs of fairyland and fancy. 1899.)

— Pippa passes and other poetic dramas; with an
introductory note, by Frank Rinder. Lond. n. d.

822B88P
Contents: Pauline, a fragment of a confession; Par.icelsus;
Strafford, an historical tragedy; Pippa passes, a drama; King
Victor and King Charles, a tragedy.

— Pippa passes. (In his Dramas. 1886. 822B88.)

— Same. (In his Pauline. 1887. 82iB88Pa.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 2. 821-
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In Same. 1894- 1903. v. 2. 821B88P09.)

14



- Poems. 2 V. Bost. 1874. 82iB88Pm

— Poems; with introduction by Richard Garnett.
Lond. 1900. 82iB88Pt

Poems selected by the author. N. Y. [1872].

821B88PS

— Poems; from the author's revised text of 1889, his
own selections with additions from his latest works,
edited with biographical and critical notes and in-
troductions by Charlotte Porter and Helen A.
Clarke. 2 v. N. Y. C1896. 82iB88Pp

— Poetical works. 6 v. Lond. 1868. 821B88PW

Contents: v. i. Pauline; Paracelsus; Strafford. v. 2. Sor-
dello; Pippa passes. v. 3. King Victor and King Charles;
Dramatic lyrics; The Return of the Druses. v. 4. A Blot in
the 'scutcheon; Colombe's birthday; Dramatic romances, v. 5.
A Soul's tragedy; Luria; Christmas eve and Easter day; Men
and women, v. 6. In a balcony; Dramatis persons.

— Same. 9 v. N. Y. 1894-1903. 821B88P09

Contents: v. i. Pauline; Sordello; Paracelsus; Strafford.
V. 2. Pippa passes; King Victor and King Charles; The Return
of the Druses; A Soul's tragedy; A Blot in the 'scutcheon;
Colombe's birthday; Men and women, v. 3. Dramatic romances;
Christmas-eve and Easter-day; Dramatic lyrics; Luria. v. 4.
In a balcony; Dramatis persons; The Ring and the book, v. i.
V. 5. The Ring and the book, v. 2-3. v. 6. Balaustion's adven-
ture; Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau; Fifine at the fair; Red cot-
ton night-cap country; The Inn album. v. i. Aristophanes'
apology; The Agamemnon of yEschylus; Pacchiarotto and how
he worked in distemper; Other poems. v. 8. Dramatic idylls;
Jocoseria; Ferishtah's fancies; Parleyings with certain people.
V. 9. Asolando; Biographical and historical notes to the poems.

— Pomegranates from an English garden; with in-
troduction and notes, by J. ]\I. Gibson. N. Y. 1885.

82iB88Pt

— Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau, saviour of society.
Lond. 1871. 82iB88Ph

— Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau. (In his Christ-
mas-eve and Easter day. 1891. 82iB88Ch.)

- Same. (In his Fifine at the fair and otlier poems.
1872. 82iB88Fi.)

— Same. (In his Fifine at the fair. 1886. 821B88F.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 6.
821B88P09.)

, Principal shorter poems. N. Y. 1895. 82iB88Pr

15



— Rabbi Ben Ezra; with supplementary illustrative
quotations and an introduction by W. A. Slade.
N. Y. 1902. 82iB88Ra

— Red cotton night-cap country; or, Turf and
towers. Host. 1873- 821B88RC

— Red cotton night-cap country. Bost. 1887.

82iB88Re

Includes: Aristophanes' apology; The Inn album; Pacchia-
rotto, with other poems.

— Same; with the author's latest corrections. Bost.

1891. 82iB88Re

— Same; with introduction and notes. Bost. C1899.

82iB88Re

— Red cotton night-cap country. (In his Fifine at
the fair. 1886. 821B88F.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 6.
821B88P09.)

— Return of the Druses. (In his Dramatic lyrics.
1887. 821B88D.)

— Same. (In his Dramas. 1886. 822B88.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 3. 821-
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In Same. 1894-1903. v. 2. 821B88P09.)
— ■ Same. (In his Blot in the 'scutcheon. n. d.

822B88BL.)

— Ring and the book. 2 v. in i. Bost. 1886.

821B88R

— Same. Bost. 1887. 821B88RJ

— Same; with the author's latest corrections. Bost.l

1892. 821B88R?

— Same; with introduction and notes. Bost. C1899.

821B88R .

— Ring and the book. 2 v. Bost. 1869. 821B88R2!

— Same. 4 v. Lond. 1868. 821B88R4)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1894-1903. v. 4-5.
821B88P09.)

— Same. (In Morris, H. S. ed. Tales from ten
poets. 1893. V. I. 821.08M877.)

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— (La) Saisiaz. (In his Agamemnon. 1886. 821-
B88Ag.)

— Same. (In his Agamemnon of ^schylus. 1887.
821B88A1.)

— Same. (In Same. 1899. 821B88AS.)

— Same. (In Same. 1895. 82iB88Aa.)

— Same. (In his Agamemnon [of ^schylus]. 1882.
82iB88Am.)

— Saul; with drawings by F. O. Small. Bost. C1890.

R82iB88Sa

— Seed thoughts; selected and arranged by M. E.
Burt. Ed. 3, rev. Chic. i887c'85. 82iB88Sd

— Select poems; arranged in chronological order
with biographical and literary notes, by A. J. George.
Bost. 1905. 821B88SL

— Select poems; edited by W. J. Rolfe and H. E.
Hersey. N. Y. 1895 [c'86]. 82iB88Sp

— Selections. 2 v. Lond. 1895. 82iB88Se

— Selections from his "Fifty men and women." (In
Leavens, Pauline. Browning. 1910. 82i.7B88Le.)

— Selections [from his poems]. (In Watrous, G. A.
ed. Selections from Dryden [etc.]. C1898. 821.08-
W33.)

— Selections from his poems; with biographical and
critical essa}^ by E. L. Burlingame. (In Warner's
Library of the world's best literature, v. 5 or 6,
p. 2557-2593. R803W27, etc.).

Contents: Andrea del Sarto; A Toccata of Galuppi's; Con-
fessions; Love among the ruins; A Grammarian's funeral ; My
last duchess; Up in a villa — down in the city; In three days;
In a year; Evelyn Hope; Prospice; The Patriot; One word
more.

— Selections from [his] poetical works. Phil. n. d.

821B88S

— Same. From the 6th London edition. N. Y.
C1886. 821B88S

— Selections; from [his] poetry, with an introduc-
tion by R. G. White. N. Y. 1883. 821B88SW

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— Shorter i)ocms; selected and edited by Franklin
T. Baker. Ed. 4, rev. & enl. N. Y. 190501899-

82iB88Sh

— Sordello. (In his Dramatic romances and lyrics.
introd. 1897. 821B88DS.)

— Same. (In his Men and women. 1886. 821B88M.)

— Same. (In his Pauline. 1887. 82iB88Pa.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 2. 821-
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In Same. 1894-1903. v. i. 821B88P09.)

— Sordello, Strafford, Christmas-eve and Easter-dav.
Bost. 1864. 821B8SS0

— Soul's tragedv. (In his Blot in the 'scutcheon.
C1887. 822B88B.)

— Same. In Same. 1904. 822B88BC.)

— Same. (In Same. n. d. 822B88BL.)

— Same. (In his Dramas. 1886. 822B88.)

— Same. (In his Dramatic lyrics. 1887. 821B88D.)

— Same. (In his Poetical works. 1868. v. 5. 821-
B88Pw.)

— Same. (In Same. 1894- 1903. v. 2. 821B88P09.)

— Stories from Robert Browning, by F. M. Holland;
with an introduction by Mrs. Sutherland Orr.
Lond. 1882. 82iB88St

Contents: Strafford; Sordello; Luria; The .\dventures of
l?aIaustion; A Hlot in the 'scutcheon; The King and the book;
Pippa passes; The Return of the Druses; Colombo's birthday.

— Strafford; a tragedy; with notes and preface by
E. H. Hickey and an introduction by S. R. Gardi-
ner. Lond. 1903. 822B88S

A prose life of Strafford was planned by Tohn Forster, the
biographer of Dickens, and was published uncfer his name. As
Forster was in ill-health he appealed to his new friend, Brown-
in(j, for help, which was given. There is a difference of


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