Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as autopsychic.

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Examples

  • Browning writes “Pauline” in 1832; his own criticism on it; his parents 'opinions; his aunt's generous gift; the poem published in January 1833; description of the poem; written under the inspiring stimulus of Shelley; its autopsychical significance; its importance to the student of the poet's works; quotations from “Pauline”.

    Life of Robert Browning

  • I have dwelt at this length upon “Pauline” partly because of its inherent beauty and autopsychical significance, and partly because it is the least familiar of Browning's poems, long overshadowed as it has been by his own too severe strictures: mainly, however, because of its radical importance to the student who would arrive at a broad and true estimate of the power and scope and shaping constituents of its author's genius.

    Life of Robert Browning

  • “Pauline” has a unique significance because of its autopsychical hints.

    Life of Robert Browning

  • The autobiographical and autopsychical lines and passages scattered through the poem are of immediate interest.

    Life of Robert Browning

  • "Pauline" in 1832; his own criticism on it; his parents 'opinions; his aunt's generous gift; the poem published in January 1833; description of the poem; written under the inspiring stimulus of Shelley; its autopsychical significance; its importance to the student of the poet's works; quotations from "Pauline".

    Life of Robert Browning

  • "Pauline" has a unique significance because of its autopsychical hints.

    Life of Robert Browning

  • I have dwelt at this length upon "Pauline" partly because of its inherent beauty and autopsychical significance, and partly because it is the least familiar of Browning's poems, long overshadowed as it has been by his own too severe strictures: mainly, however, because of its radical importance to the student who would arrive at a broad and true estimate of the power and scope and shaping constituents of its author's genius.

    Life of Robert Browning

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