英國詩人 Browning 影響我不少。但他的盲目的樂觀主義，---如他的Pippa Passes ------毫不能影響到我。此詩前半幾乎近似他了，然而只能一瞥的心境，不能長久存在。我不是悲觀者。但我的樂觀主義和他不相同。
Pippa Passes is a dramatic piece, as much play as poetry, by Robert Browning. It was published in 1841 as the first volume of his Bells and Pomegranates series, in a very inexpensive two-column edition for sixpence, and next republished in Poems[clarification needed] in 1848, when it received much more critical attention. It was dedicated to Thomas Noon Talfourd, who had recently attained fame as the author of the tragedy Ion.
www.archive.org/.../pipppasseswithan00browuoft/Pippa Passes is a dramatic poem, and is perhaps open to Browning's own criticism. It may equally be defended by other words of his, in the dedicatory letter ...
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