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Taking an original approach to Robert Browning's poetics, Martens analyses his work in relation to Romanticism and an evolving Victorian poetic culture. She goes beyond reductive interpretations of Browning as a self-effacing poet to reveal a highly self-conscious, self-dramatising and conflicted engagement with the Romantic tradition. Martens' Browning is a poet of complex contradictions and an illuminating case study in voice, authorial authority and self-reference.

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