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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
 
(b. London, 1809, d. Florence, June 29th, 1861). “The Battle of Marathon,” “Essay on Mind and other Poems” (1826), “Prometheus Bound, translated, with Poems” (1833), “The Seraphim” (1838), “The Romaunt of the Page” (1839), “Poems” (1844), “Sonnets from the Portuguese,” printed in the 2nd edition of her “Poems” (1850), “Casa Guidi Windows” (1851), “Aurora Leigh” (1856); “Poems before Congress” (1860); “A Curse for a Nation” (1861); “Last Poems” (1862); “The Greek Christian Poets” (1863) Works (1864–66). See her “Letters” (1877). Memoir by Stedman, Selden’s “Portraits de Femmes” (1877), and Mrs. Ritchie’s “Records of Tennyson, Ruskin, and the Brownings” (1892).   1
 


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