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Where in the history of literature is to be found a more sweeping and striking display of irony than in the juxtaposition of The Old Yellow Book, The Ring and the Book, and the long ripple of interpretation following in their wake? The ironic contrast is at least four-fold..

First, a poet so incorrigibly dramatic and objective that to speak in his own person is confessed wrench to his own nature goes cut of his way on one occasion to unlock his heart to the public gaze, explaining in rather garrulous detail and with pounding emphasis the circumstances, motives, aim and achievement, involved in the poem avowed as his masterpiece. Second, in this gratuitous performance he so thoroughly misinterprets himself and misleads his readers that practically the reverse of his assertions constitutes the actual case. Third, when after a lapse of nearly forty years the hitherto inaccessible data are placed at the world's disposal through the enterprise of a scholarly critic, this editor himself, after the intensive study necessary for translation, fails to perceive the glaring discrepancy and merely echoes the author's contention, affirming it to have been gloriously fulfilled. Fourth, those commentators who have done exegesis duty on this theme subsequent to the revelation have been content to refill the conventional formula and reëcho the initial false note, permitted so to do for fifteen years to date without let, hindrance, or challenge, in an age ostensibly as devoted to the truth as Browning himself, the prince of truth-discoverers and truth-promulgators and truthpreservers.

The thing that clamors for rectification, belated though it be, is not that the poet protested too much when he needed not to pro

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