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Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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My sun sets to raise again.


— Elizabeth Barrett Browning


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Smiles, tears, of all my life! - and, if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death.


— Elizabeth Barrett Browning


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The Greeks said grandly in their tragic phrase, 'Let no one be called happy till his death;' to which I would add, 'Let no one, till his death, be called unhappy.'


— Elizabeth Barrett Browning


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What is genius but the power of expressing a new individuality?


— Elizabeth Barrett Browning


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And each man stands with his face in the light. Of his own drawn sword, ready to do what a hero can.


— Elizabeth Barrett Browning


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For tis not in mere death that men die most.


— Elizabeth Barrett Browning


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Since when was genius found respectable?


— Elizabeth Barrett Browning


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What I do and what I dream include thee, as the wine must taste of its own grapes.


— Elizabeth Barrett Browning


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First time he kissed me, he but only kissed The fingers of this hand wherewith I write; And, ever since, it grew more clean and white.


— Elizabeth Barrett Browning


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He lives most life whoever breathes most air.


— Elizabeth Barrett Browning


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During their friendship Barrett studied Greek literature including Homer Pindar and Aristophanes. Barrett Browning. This illness caused her to be frail and weak.

A collection of her last poems was publiElizabeth Barrett Browningd by her husband Robert Browning shortly after her death. Her poetry was widely popular in both England and the United States during her lifetime.

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