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Excerpt from The Radiant, Vol. 7: February, 1914
It is not necessary to mention the many different things in which Browning is unique. And we hardly have space to tell of his philosophy. But a treatise on Browning would be incomplete without some mention of his teachings. He concerns himself so little with the message of nature, and so much with the soul of man, that his whole poetry may be called the poetry of the soul. Life is probation and educa tion. Browning not only tells us that, but lives it, and the earnestness of his belief is clearly shown in the following lines.
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