Browning and Pre-Nineteenth-Century Authors
- King Lear and “Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came”
- Shakespeare’s Richard III, Iago, and the Duke in "My Last Duchess."
- Tennyson and Clough allude to Shakespeare more than do Browning and Hopkins
- John Donne
- John Milton
- Christopher Smart
Browning and Nineteenth-Century Authors
- William Wordsworth
- William Wordsworth & the dramatic monologue
- Browning's Influence
- Browning's comments on Rossetti, Swinburne, and Buchanan
- Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Difficulties of Victorian Poetry: Browning, Tennyson, Swinburne
- Browning's dramatic versus Elizabeth Barrett Browning's introspective poetry (according to RB)
- Charles Dickens
- Charles Dickens, The Christmas Books, Popular Taste, and Robert Browning's Verse Tragedy A Blot on the 'Scutcheon (1842-43
- The Last Moments of a Convict and a Bishop (Dickens and Browning)
- The Pursuit of Wealth in "The Bishop Orders his Tomb at Saint Praxed's Church" and Great Expectations
- George MacDonald
- "Childe Roland" and MacDonald's Phantastes
- George MacDonald’s essay on Browning’s “Christmas Eve” (1853)
- Browning, Carlyle, and the Unconscious
- P. B. Shelley
- Alfred Lord Tennyson
- Compared to Browning
- "Porphyria's Lover" and Tennyson's "Ulysses" — unreliable speakers in the dramatic monologue
- The dramatic works of Tennyson and Browning
- "Childe Roland" and "The Lady of Shalott"
- "Childe Roland" and "Mariana"
- Rage in "Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister" and "Locksley Hall"
- Anthony Trollope
- Realistic Dialogue in The Warden and "Fra Lippo Lippi"
- Art's Power to Reveal vs. Journalism's Power to Force
- The Pre-Raphaelites
Browning and Twentieth-Century Authors
- All the pretty sea-horses: Echoes and Traces of Robert Browning's “My Last Duchess” in A Streetcar Named Desire
- Browning's Sordello and Ezra Pound
Last modified 28 June 2018