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Strawberry Panic episode 1

In Love on March 3, 2012 at 4:19 pm

Strawberry Panic episode 1

11 January 1845. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett to Browning, Robert. :: The Browning Letters

In Love on March 3, 2012 at 3:32 pm

11 January 1845. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett to Browning, Robert. :: The Browning Letters

Jan 11. 1845-  I thank you, dear Mr Browning, from the bottom of my heart. You meant to give me pleasure by your letter-and even if the object had not been answered, I ought still to thank you. But it is thoroughly answered. Such a letter from such a hand! Sympathy is dear-very dear to me: but the sympathy of a poet & of such a poet, is the quintessence of sympathy to me! Will you take back my gratitude for it?-agreeing too that, of all the commerce done in the world, from Tyre to Carthage..

27 February 1845. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett to Browning, Robert. :: The Browning Letters

In Love on March 3, 2012 at 3:20 pm

27 February 1845. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett to Browning, Robert. :: The Browning Letters

50 Wimpole Street  Feb. 27. 1845.  Yes, but, dear Mr Browning, I want the spring according to the new ‘style’ (mine) & not the old one of you & the rest of the poets. To me unhappily, the snowdrop is much the same as the snow-it feels as cold underfoot: and I have grown sceptical about “the voice of the turtle,” the east winds blow so loud. April is a Parthian with a dart-& May (at least the early part of it) a spy in the camp- That is my idea of what you call spring,-mine, in the new style! A little later comes my spring,-and indeed after such severe weather, from which I have just escaped with my life, I may thank it for coming at all. How happy you are, to be able to listen to the “birds,” without the commentary of the east wind; which, like other commentaries, spoils the music. And how happy I am to listen to you; when you write such kind openhearted letters to me!- I am delighted to hear all you say to me of yourself.....

In Love on March 3, 2012 at 3:13 pm

Beautiful..Poetess E.B.Browning is one of the great poet of all times.Her way of loving is so inspirational for each and every one of us.Thank You for sharing this article about Her letters.

Two Teens in the Time of Austen

A great new website is up and running, featuring the letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning. Baylor and Wellesley have teamed up to present actual images of the letters in their collections. Hurrah, hurray! The letters are “browsable and searchable by date, author, and first line of text.” Other research centers and universities, with Browningana holdings, are being asked to join the initiative — so who knows how much this will grow as time passes.

Wellesley has the original 573 “love” letters (beginning “10 January 1845, with a letter address to ‘dear Miss Barrett’ and continued until a week after their marriage…”).

Here is Elizabeth’s letter dated 11 January 1845 – all eight pages are represented individually; as well as the two sides of the envelope! Scan the page, enlarge the image, move on to a full-screen view – complete with typescript, or have text alone:

Postal historians…

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In Love on March 3, 2012 at 8:44 am

Very special blog,very exqusite author..today about lies

In Love on March 3, 2012 at 8:21 am

Friendship is always a gift

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What a gift….

when family member 

is a kind loving person.

What an outstanding blessing

when their love is extended to you.

Thank you for being a friend to yourself….

I see how you treat others as result of being kind and considerate with yourself.

Thank you for sharing that love,

protection, sense of humour

  generosity of spirit with everyone in your life.

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