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CHAPTER XII
THE VICTORIAN ERA

Happiest"; but the child goes to sleep wondering whether she could ever come near enough to the great folk to " do good or evil to them some slight way."
After their marriage both Mr and Mrs Browning continued to write. Mrs Browning 's most conspicuous work was Aurora Leigh, a novel in verse which discusses many sociological questions,-too many for either a novel or a poem, and her beautiful Sonnets from the Portuguese, which were in reality not from the Portuguese, but straight from her own heart, and which tell with most exquisite delicacy the story of her love for her husband. Browning published twomore volumes before the death of his wife, Christmas Eve and Easter Day and Men and Women. In 1868-9, more than thirty-five years after he began to write, he published The Ring and the Book. This is the story of an Italian murder, which in the course of the poem is related by a number of different persons. It met with a hearty reception,partly because it is not only a poem and a fine one but also because it is a wonderful picturing of the impression made by one act upon several dissimilar Persons ; and partly because in those thirty five years Browning's admirers, consisting for a long time of one reader here and another one there, had increased until now there was an audience ready for him. Indeed, this audience was, growing with amazing rapidity, partly because of his real merit, and partly because he sometimes wrote in most involved and obscure fashion. People who liked to think were pleased with the resistance of the more difficult poems ; they liked to puzzle out the meaning.

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