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978-0-19-811229-7 / 0198112297

Browning's Hatreds

by Karlin, Daniel

Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA

Edition:Hardcover

Language:English

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The bitter and twisted monk of "Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister" is Browning's best-known hater, but hatred was a topic to which he returned again and again in both letters and poems. Daniel Karlin has written a sensitive and original study of Browning's hatreds, and their influence on his poetry. Tracing the subtlest windings and branchings of Browning's idea of hatred through detailed discussion of key poems, the author shows how Browning's work displays an unequalled grasp of hatred as a personal emotion, as an intellectual principle, and as a source of artistic creativity. Particular attention is devoted to Browning's compulsive and compelling exploration of the duality of love and hate.

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