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One of the chief characteristics of nineteenth-century poetics was a tendency to test the conventions and techniques of literary genres by shifting, modifying, and combining various styles and forms. Browning fully exploited these changes, because his interests and purposes as a poet seemed to demand more of the lyric, the dramatic, and the narrative than these kinds had traditionally been able to perform. His fascination was with the development of the individual soul and he was determined to evoke in his readers his own ...

Browning's Experiments with Genre 1973, Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh

ISBN-13: 9780050026809

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Browning's Experiments with Genre 1972, University of Toronto Press

ISBN-13: 9780802052643

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Browning's Experiments with Genre 1972, University of Toronto Press

ISBN-13: 9781487591243

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