Andrea del Sarto
- ANDREA DEL SARTO. Browning, Robert // Selections from the Poems & Plays of Robert Browning;1/1/1909, p36
The poem "Andrea del Sarto" by Robert Browning is presented. First Line: But do not let us quarrel any more. Last Line: Again the Cousin's whistle! Go, my Love.
- Andrea del Sarto. Browning, Robert // Browning's Shorter Poems;1/1/1917, p68
Presents the poem "Andrea del Sarto," by Robert Browning. First Line: But do not let us quarrel any more, Last Line: Again the Cousin's whistle! Go, my Love.
- Andrea del Sarto. Browning, Robert // Collected Classic Poems, Abercrombie to Clough;2012, p1
The poem "Andrea del Sarto," by Robert Browning is presented. First Line: Called the Flawless Painter; Last Line: Again the Cousin's whistle! Go, my Love.
- Robert Browning (1812-1889). Burlingame, E. L. // Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient & Modern -- Volu;3/1/2006, p158
Robert Browning was born at Camberwell on May 7, 1812, the son and grandson of men who held clerkships in the Bank of England. This article presents several poems: 1) "Andrea del Sarto"; 2) "A Toccata of Galuppi's"; 3) "Confessions"; Others.
- Browning, Renaissance Painting, and the Problem of Raphael. Cheeke, Stephen // Victorian Poetry;Winter2011, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p437
The article offers criticism on poems by Robert Browning, including "Andrea del Sarto," "Pictor Ignotus," and "The Ring and the Book." The author focuses on Browning's response to Italian Renaissance art. Specific topics addressed include Pre-Raphaelitism in Browning's poetry, the Victorian...
- The many-walled world of `Andrea del Sarto': The dynamics of self-explanation. Polette, Keith // Victorian Poetry;Winter97, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p493
Examines the works of poet Robert Browning, focusing on his work entitled `Andrea del Sarto.' Assessment of George Griffith's criticism of `Andrea del Sarto'; Excerpts from the poem's text; Asssessment of the poem's metaphoric enclosures; Examination of the poem's central character, Andrea del...
- Dramatic Romances: Introduction. Porter, Charlotte; Clarke, Helen A. // Dramatic Romances;3/1/2006, p2
The "Dramatic Romances," enriched by some of the poems originally printed in Men and Women, and a few from Dramatic Lyrics as first printed, include some of Browning's finest and most characteristic work. In several of them the poet displays his familiarity with the life and spirit of the...
- The Poetry of the Ring. // Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, April 15, 1914;1/1/1914, p3
The article presents quotes from British poet Robert Browning derived from his poem "Love Among the Ruins" and the "Beckenham Journal" regarding a swan on a lake.
- Life of Browning. Baker, Franklin T. // Browning's Shorter Poems;3/1/2006, p3
Robert Browning was born in Camberwell, London, May 7, 1812. From his father Robert inherited his literary tastes and his vigorous health; in his father he found a critic and companion. His mother was described as a type of the true Scotch gentlewoman. Her "fathomless charity," her love of...