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8 In any case, the difference between the two Sordellos illustrates Browning’s much more innovative approach to the subject. Unlike Mrs. Busk’s poem, Browning’s has no happy ending. With its convoluted narrative structure and syntax, presented in pentameter rather than the conventional tetrameter, the poem is the very opposite of the straightforward, action-packed narrative of external events that the public loved and got from Mrs. Busk. A look at Browning’s first 100 lines shows how he teases his readers’ expectations.
61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. Pugin, Apology, 1. A. W. N. Pugin, True Principles, 61. Pugin, Apology, 1. Ferrey claims that this Song on Pugin’s Contrasts, written by “Mr. M’Cann,” an Irishman first made the rounds of architectural circles, before being published in “Notes and Queries” and then in the “Builder” (see Ferrey, Recollections, 115–116). Pugin, Present State, 98. ” Quoted from “The Present State of Ecclesiological Science in England” (1847), in George L. Hersey, High Victorian Gothic: A Study in Associationism (Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins Press, 1972), 75.
N. Pugin, Contrasts, Leicester University Press, 1992 © Leicester University Press, a Continuum imprint). 4 Pugin’s Contrasting Towns 1840/1440 (from A. W. N. Pugin, Contrasts, Leicester University Press, 1992 © Leicester University Press, a Continuum imprint). 5 Pugin’s Contrasting Residences for the Poor (from A. W. N. Pugin, Contrasts, Leicester University Press, 1992 © Leicester University Press, a Continuum imprint). pugin’s architecture, society, and medievalism / 29 but also that its principles are deeply damaging to the social psyche.
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