Elizabeth Barrett 1806-61; Eng. poet: wife of Robert
John Moses 1855-1926; U.S. inventor of firearms
Robert 1812-89; Eng. poet
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British poet. Overcoming ill health and the jealous objections of her tyrannical father, she eloped to Italy with Robert Browning and married him in 1846. Her greatest work, Sonnets from the Portuguese (1850), is a sequence of love poems written to her husband.
, John Moses 1855-1926.
American firearms inventor whose designs include repeating rifles, automatic pistols, and a machine gun dubbed “the Peacemaker” that was used in the Spanish-American War and adapted for aerial warfare in World War I.
, Robert 1812-1889.
British poet best known for dramatic monologues such as “My Last Duchess,” “Fra Lippo Lippi,” and “The Bishop Orders His Tomb.” His work, including his masterpiece, The Ring and the Book (1868-1869), explored new ways of using diction and poetic rhythm.