Robert Browning


Robert Browning was one of the most historical poets in the English literature. Robert Browning was born in Camberwell, London, the son of a well-educated bank clerk. He was taught privately by his father but also studied for two terms at London University. He wrote poetry from an early age and was strongly influenced by the Romantic poets, particularly Shelley, and by historical events. In 1846 he secretly married Elizabeth Barrett, with whom he had started an enthusiastic literary correspondence two years earlier and they eloped to Florence. Browning returned to England following her death in 1861.
He developed his interest in writing from an early age and later on he developed his talent, and finally he became known for the collection of his poems, which are still remembered and appreciated by the readers all around the world. As soon as he grew up he wrote immense books and poems.
After he met his wife, Elizabeth with whom he worked for almost two years, they got married. After his marriage he went to France and he continued writing there also. He came back to England after the death of his wife.
He was buried in London's Westminster Abbey among the very greatest figures in British history. Robert Browning was 77 at the time of his death and had risen to the heights of English literary society from his modest beginnings in the south London village of Camberwell.
The poetry “Pied paper” is Robert’s most famous works and the people know him as the writer of this poem. History and the researches regarding the life of Robert Browning declares that he became immensely popular, and he gained the highest regard from the English literary society just because of his writings and creative abilities.
Most of the poet's education came at home. He was an extremely bright child and a voracious reader (he read through all fifty volumes of the Biographies Universelle and learned Latin, Greek, French and Italian by the time he was...