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Robert Browning

G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936)

1. 01 – Chapter 1 – Part 1
2. 02 – Chapter 1 – Part 2
3. 03 – Chapter 1 – Part 3
4. 04 – Chapter 1 – Part 4
5. 05 – Chapter 2 – Part 1
6. 06 – Chapter 2 – Part 2
7. 07 – Chapter 2 – Part 3
8. 08 – Chapter 3 – Part 1
9. 09 – Chapter 3 – Part 2
10. 10 – Chapter 3 – Part 3
11. 11 – Chapter 4 – Part 1
12. 12 – Chapter 4 – Part 2
13. 13 – Chapter 4 – Part 3
14. 14 – Chapter 5 – Part 1
15. 15 – Chapter 5 – Part 2
16. 16 – Chapter 5 – Part 3
17. 17 – Chapter 6 – Part 1
18. 18 – Chapter 6 – Part 2
19. 19 – Chapter 6 – Part 3
20. 20 – Chapter 7 – Part 2
21. 21 – Chapter 7 – Part 2
22. 22 – Chapter 8 – Part 1
23. 23 – Chapter 8 – Part 2
24. 24 – Chapter 8 – Part 3

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Summary

There is an old anecdote, probably apocryphal, which describes how a feminine admirer wrote to Browning asking him for the meaning of one of his darker poems, and received the following reply: “When that poem was written, two people knew what it meant–God and Robert Browning. And now God only knows what it means.