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Oh blood that freezes, blood that burns!Earth's returns, for whole centuries of folly, noise and sin!Shut them in, With their triumphs and their glories and the rest!Robert Browning ( 12 December 1889) is one of the best-known and best-regarded poets from.
Browning was born in Camberswell, England, the child of a family of well-to-do abolitionists.His father had a library of some 6,000 books that influenced Robert's literary development.At the age of 12, he wrote his first collection of poetry, which he later destroyed.
His parents were technically gentlefolk, who had inherited much land in slave plantations in the West Indies, but his father worked as a clerk rather than profit from slavery.Browning followed his parents' noble example by living at home and staying completely dependent on them until he was thirty-four."Pauline, a fragment of a confession" was self-published (paid for by his aunt) in 1833.
Paracelsus, about the 16th century scientist, was published in 1835, and was his first work to gain notice in the London literary scene.In 1844 Robert Browning wrote a fan letter to Elizabeth Barrett, who at the time was a much better-known poet than he was.A mutual friend introduced them in 1845, and a romantic courtship followed, complete with forbidding father and clandestine elopement.Barrett's most famous work, Sonnets from the Portuguese, and its very famous Sonnet 43 How do I love thee?