British author who wrote popular love poems to her literary husband, Robert Browning. She was probably one of the most prominent poets from the Victorian period. When she was eight years of age, she go through Alexander Pope’s translation of Homer and became deeply thinking about Greek and Roman mythology and background. At the early age of ten, she penned her personal Homeric-style epic poem, The Fight of Marathon: A Poem. Her poem, HOW DO YOU Love Thee, is known as a masterpiece of passionate poetry. She was the oldest of twelve kids born to rich landowner Edward Barrett Moulton-Barrett and Mary Graham Clarke. After having corresponded with him by email for an extended period of your time, Elizabeth Barrett fulfilled Robert Browning in 1845. She offered delivery to her child, Pencil Browning, at age forty-three. She was a modern of such renowned poets as Alfred Tennyson and William Wordsworth.