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1905. A biography of Robert Browning who is known to the general public as the writer of The Pied Piper, the hero of the play, The Barretts of Wimpole Street and as the husband of the celebrated poet, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Herford writes in the Preface: Browning is confessedly a difficult poet, and his difficulty is by no means all of the kind which opposes unmistakable impediments to the reader's path...this book may perhaps be described as an attempt to work out, in the detail of Browning's life and poetry, from a more definitely literary standpoint and without Hegelian prepossessions, a view of his genius not unlike that set forth with so much eloquence and penetration, in his well-known volume, by Professor Henry Jones. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.