'Some Account of the Greek Christian Poets'

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Elizabeth Barrett to Hugh Stuart Boyd, 2 April 1842: "As to your kind desire to hear whatever in the way of favorable remark I have gathered for fruit of my papers [on the Greek Christian poets], I put on a veil and tell you that Mr Kenyon thought it well done altho" ""labor thrown away from the unpopularity of the subject"" -- that Miss Mitford was very much pleased [...] that Mrs Jamieson read them ""with great pleasure"" unconsciously of the author, -- & that Mr Horne the poet & Mr Browning the poet were not behind in approbation! Mr Browning is said to be learned in Greek [...] & of Mr Horne I should suspect something similar. Miss Mitford & Mrs Jamieson altho" very gifted & highly cultivated women are not Graecians & therefore judge the papers simply as English compositions. "The single unfavorable opinion is Mr Hunter"s who thinks that the criticisms are not given with either sufficient seriousness or diffidence, & that there is a painful sense of effort through the whole."

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The Brownings' Correspondence

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Accessed on 2019/11/20 09:56:32

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Related people
Horne, Richard Hengist
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The Brownings' Correspondence
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