Elizabeth Barrett Browning was a renowned English poet of the Victorian era. Born in 1806 in England, she was known for her lyrical and emotional poetry. Barrett Browning’s literary style was heavily influenced by the Romantic movement and she often explored themes of love, spirituality, and social justice in her works.

Her most notable work is the collection of poems titled “Sonnets from the Portuguese,” which was inspired by her love for her husband, Robert Browning. This collection is considered one of the greatest love poetry in the English language. Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s contribution to the genre of poetry and her exploration of personal emotions and societal issues have made her an influential figure in English literature.

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