Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Elizabeth Barrett Robert Browning

  • WELLESLEY— I love your verses with all my heart, dear Miss Barrett So begins the first love letter to 19th century poet Elizabeth Barrett from her future husband, fellow poet Robert Browning.
  • (Boston Herald)
  • What Is It: This concert has a little of everything in the history of love songs, from Shakespeare and Robert Burns to Lennon and school pieces feature poems by the Bard and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, among others.
  • (Atlantic City Press)
  • "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways." Elizabeth Barrett Browning's sonnet to her future husband Robert may be the most famous love letter in English.
  • (Economist.com)
  • Let me count the ways, wrote Elizabeth Barrett Browning back in the 1800s eight months before Pearl Harbor. U.S. Attorney General Robert Jackson, later appointed to the U.S.
  • (Missoulian)
  • Which brings us to a crucial decision point, as Valentines Day draws near and I face dilemmas Elizabeth Barrett Browning could never have imagined as she penned that famous sonnet for her love Robert.
  • (Las Cruces Sun-News)
  • John and Abigail Adams shared their thoughts and Elizabeth Barrett met the love of her life while home-bound and for love of Robert Browning left that sheltered life to live happily with him until her early death.
  • 1931 The romance between poets Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett is dramatized in The Barretts of Wimpole Street, which stars Katharine Cornell and Brian Aherne. The production runs 370 performances at the Empire Theatre.
  • (Playbill)
  • Youll hear yesterdays ballads from poets like Robert Burns, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Shakespeare as well as current love songs such as My Funny Valentine, At Last and the Beatles All You Need Is Love.
  • (Atlantic City Press)

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