Cobridme de Flores: (Un)Covering Flowers of Portug…

A small bound book that Elizabeth Barrett Browning used for Part II of her diary (1832), contains unpublished notes in her hand that give us more information on what she read, translated, and studied around the time of her diary entries. (1) Like many of her precursors, she was engaged in a rigorous and disciplined study of the ancients that would lead to her major contribution to poetry and…


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