In case you missed it, Wellesley College, partnering with Baylor University, has digitized a romantic treasure trove. The Barnett – Browning poems (How do I love thee….) are now available to “scholars and romantics alike with unprecedented, free access to digitized manuscripts of the letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning. The virtual collection includes the 573 courtship letters between the eminent Victorian poets, which are housed in the Margaret Clapp Libary’s Special Collections at Wellesley.
The online collection, launched on February 14, 2012, includes complete digitized versions and transcriptions of the courtship letters and their envelopes, plus more than 800 additional letters from Baylor’s Armstrong Browning Library collection.”
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