Robert Browning -- Theme and Subject
Art as Prophecy in"Fra Lippo Lippi"
Setting and Psychology in "Childe Roland"
themes in Browning's early works
Self-realization in Browning
Communication between men and women
Browning's theories of art -- and poems about it
Red-Cotton Nightcap Country
in the context of Victorian attitudes toward suicide
Body, Soul, God, and Art: Romantic Ideals in Browning's "Fra Lippo Lippi"
Art's Power to Reveal vs. Journalism's Power to Force
Blues and Punishment: “Fra Lippo Lippi,” “Andrea del Sarto,” “The Heart Knoweth its own Bitterness,” and “Reflection”
Last modified 12 May 2003