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CHAPTER XII
THE VICTORIAN ERA

dear Miss Barrett." Miss Barrett was the author of several volumes of poems, many of them full of sympathy, of tender sentiment, and of re ligious trust,-poems of the sort that sink into the hearts of those who love a poem even without knowing why. One of these The Cry of the Children, meaning the children who were toiling in mills and in mines. It pictures their sadness and weariness, and closes with the strong lines,

But the child's sob in the silence curses deeper
Than the strong man in his wrath.

Another favourite is The Rhyme of the Duchess May, which ends with a good thought expressed with the poet's frequent disregard of rhyme :

And I smiled to think God's greatness flowed around our incompleteness,
Round our restlessness, His rest.

The author had been an invalid for years, and she was able to see only a few people. She replied to Mr Browning's letter, " Sympathy is dear-very dear to me ; but the sympathy of a poet, and of such a poet, is the quintessence of sympathy ! " It was four months before Miss Barrett was able to receive a call from Mr Browning, but at last they met. Some time later they were married ; and until the
death of Mrs Browning, in 1861, they made their home in Italy,-a home which was ideal in its love and happiness. Mr Browning had written much poetry, but it

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