Meenakshi Sharma Yadav, Manoj Kumar Yadav


The Victorian poet, Robert Browning was mostly regarded as a great poet of love and an innovator of the dramatic monologue. He was also equally popularly the best-known for his philosophy of optimism, and the philosophy of the Imperfect. But few have looked at Browning’s philosophy of pain, suffering, and evil revealed in his poetry. A humble attempt has been made in this article to explore the common subjects, themes and treatment of pain, suffering, and evil in the poetry of Robert Browning to which a precise and careful evaluative investigation have been assessed by a gone through his some poems abounded with multiple and manifold notions and speeches of speakers, lofty subject-matters, ejaculated diction, presentation, contemporary common psychoanalytical issues and cultural appearance, philosophy of the grand stories on the ground of common subjects and objects, selection of the private and common symbols, perfect imaginary, viewpoint and the perfect creation of characterizations.


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optimism, acquiescence, deficiency, contemplation, wrangling, dichotomy, imperfection, extinction

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