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The complete works of Robert Browning Vol. 12

by Robert Browning | 31 December 2000
Hardback
Category: General Poetry
In seventeen volumes, copublished with Baylor University, this acclaimed series features annotated texts of all of Robert Browning's known writing. The series encompasses autobiography as well as influences bearing on Browning's life and career and aspects of Victorian thought and culture.? A single work, the complex Aristophanes' Apology (1875), comprises the twelfth volume of The Complete Works of Robert Browning . Second in Browning's series of long narrative poems based on classical Greek materials, Aristophanes' Apology begins as a further adventure of Browning's young Greek heroine, Balaustion (previously encountered in Balaustion's Adventure, in Volume X of the present edition). In a confrontation with Aristophanes, Balaustion defends her (and Browning's) favorite tragedian, Euripides, whom Aristophanes had repeatedly satirized. Aristophanes offers an ingenious, vigorous explanation of his motives and values, but Browning ensures that Balaustion claims the higher moral and artistic ground for Euripides. To demonstrate his greatness, she reads Euripides' play Herakles aloud, in Browning's own translation.? Browning's understanding of this play and its author, like his view of Greek drama overall, is both idiosyncratic and strongly held. He energetically takes up artistic and philosophical issues ancient and modern through his dramatized speaker. Many interpreters have noted that the charges against Euripides are parallel to Victorian critics' complaints about Browning's own works, and that the poet's justification of Euripides constitutes a vehement defense of his art.? As always in this acclaimed series, a complete record of textual variants is provided, as well as extensive explanatory notes.
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In seventeen volumes, copublished with Baylor University, this acclaimed series features annotated texts of all of Robert Browning's known writing. The series encompasses autobiography as well as influences bearing on Browning's life and career and aspects of Victorian thought and culture.? A single work, the complex Aristophanes' Apology (1875), comprises the twelfth volume of The Complete Works of Robert Browning . Second in Browning's series of long narrative poems based on classical Greek materials, Aristophanes' Apology begins as a further adventure of Browning's young Greek heroine, Balaustion (previously encountered in Balaustion's Adventure, in Volume X of the present edition). In a confrontation with Aristophanes, Balaustion defends her (and Browning's) favorite tragedian, Euripides, whom Aristophanes had repeatedly satirized. Aristophanes offers an ingenious, vigorous explanation of his motives and values, but Browning ensures that Balaustion claims the higher moral and artistic ground for Euripides. To demonstrate his greatness, she reads Euripides' play Herakles aloud, in Browning's own translation.? Browning's understanding of this play and its author, like his view of Greek drama overall, is both idiosyncratic and strongly held. He energetically takes up artistic and philosophical issues ancient and modern through his dramatized speaker. Many interpreters have noted that the charges against Euripides are parallel to Victorian critics' complaints about Browning's own works, and that the poet's justification of Euripides constitutes a vehement defense of his art.? As always in this acclaimed series, a complete record of textual variants is provided, as well as extensive explanatory notes.
Currently out of stock
Delivery 5-7 Days
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268 Reward Points

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€89.60
Currently out of stock
Delivery 5-7 Days
Eligible for free delivery
268 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

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In seventeen volumes, copublished with Baylor University, this acclaimed series features annotated texts of all of Robert Browning's known writing. The series encompasses autobiography as well as influences bearing on Browning's life and career and aspects of Victorian thought and culture.? A single work, the complex Aristophanes' Apology (1875), comprises the twelfth volume of The Complete Works of Robert Browning . Second in Browning's series of long narrative poems based on classical Greek materials, Aristophanes' Apology begins as a further adventure of Browning's young Greek heroine, Balaustion (previously encountered in Balaustion's Adventure, in Volume X of the present edition). In a confrontation with Aristophanes, Balaustion defends her (and Browning's) favorite tragedian, Euripides, whom Aristophanes had repeatedly satirized. Aristophanes offers an ingenious, vigorous explanation of his motives and values, but Browning ensures that Balaustion claims the higher moral and artistic ground for Euripides. To demonstrate his greatness, she reads Euripides' play Herakles aloud, in Browning's own translation.? Browning's understanding of this play and its author, like his view of Greek drama overall, is both idiosyncratic and strongly held. He energetically takes up artistic and philosophical issues ancient and modern through his dramatized speaker. Many interpreters have noted that the charges against Euripides are parallel to Victorian critics' complaints about Browning's own works, and that the poet's justification of Euripides constitutes a vehement defense of his art.? As always in this acclaimed series, a complete record of textual variants is provided, as well as extensive explanatory notes.

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The complete works of Robert Browning Vol. 12

ISBN9780821413593

FormatHardback

Publisher (31 December. 2000)

No. of Pages0

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Language English (United States)

Dimensions 229 x 152 x 36