Elizabeth Barrett Browning's First Editions
With links to actual page images of the first editions when available at Google Books
An Essay on Mind, with Other Poems (1826). Duncan, 1826.
Prometheus Bound and Miscellaneous Poems (1833). A translation of Aeschylus' Prometheus Bound.
The Seraphim and Other Poems (1838). London: Saunders and Otley, 1838. Early collection of Elizabeth Barrett's poetry, generally considered the one that launched her reputation.
Poems (1844). 2 volumes. London: Edward Moxon 1844. Volume II
A Drama of Exile: And Other Poems (1845). 2 volumes. Langley, 1845. Volume I[1846. Elizabeth Barrett marries Robert Browning]
Poems. New edition. In two volumes (1850). London: Chapman & Hall 1850. The first collection of her poems to include the "Sonnets from the Portuguese."
Casa Guidi Windows (1851). London: Chapman & Hall, 1851.
Two Poems by Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning (1854). London: Chapman and Hall, 1854.
Poems (1856). Fourth edition, 3 volumes. London Chapman and Hall, 1856. Volume I
Aurora Leigh (1857). London: Chapman and Hall, 1857. Fifth edition (1860)
Poems Before Congress (1860).[1861. Death of Elizabeth Barrett Browning]
Last Poems (1862).
The Greek Christian Poets and the English Poets. London: Chapman and Hall, 1863.
[Please note: this list is no substitute for a thorough scholarly bibliography, and does not address the T.J. Wise forgeries, but rather is meant as a handy list of links to first editions available on the internet from Google Books.]
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