Robert Browning was an English poet who was born in 1812 and died in 1889. One of most popular poets of the 19th century, he published his earliest poems in 1830s before his reputation dimmed in the following decade. He married fellow poet Elizabeth Barrett in 1846 and moved to Italy, where she died in 1861. By the 1860s he was a leading poet, a status he retained throughout the rest of his life.

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