Browning's voices: a study of the speaker-environment relationship as a primary means of control in the dramatic monologues of The Ring and The Book
Sullivan, Mary Rose
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This dissertation examines the monologues of The Ring and the Book to describe and evaluate the role of the speaker-environment relationship in structuring the poem. Although this relationship has been studied in the shorter works of Browning, little critical attention has been devoted to its role in his major work, despite the poet's extensive comments in Book I on his dramatic method of "resuscitating" dead voices [TRUNCATED].
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RightsCopyright by MARY ROSE SULLIVAN 1964.