Movie: The Barretts of Wimpole Street [1934] Movie: The Barretts of Wimpole Street [1934]

Movie: The Barretts of Wimpole Street [1934] Movie: The Barretts of Wimpole Street [1934]

Elizabeth Barrett:
Is that Mr. Browning over there?



Wilson:
I shouldn't be at ALL surprised, Miss.

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Robert Browning:
[about one of his poems] When that passage was written, only God and Robert Browning understood it. Now, only God understands it!

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Elizabeth Barrett:
Robert, have you ever thought that my strength may break down on the journey?



Robert Browning:
It had occurred to me, yes.



Elizabeth Barrett:
Supposing I were to die on your hands?



Robert Browning:
Are you afraid, Ba?



Elizabeth Barrett:
Afraid. You should know that I would rather die with you beside me than live a hundred lives without you. But how would you feel if I were to die? And what would the world say of you?



Robert Browning:
I should be branded as a little better than a murderer. What I should feel... I leave you to imagine.



Elizabeth Barrett:
And yet you ask me to come with you?



Robert Browning:
Yes. I am prepared to risk your life, much more my own, to get you out of that dreadful house and into the sun and to have you for my wife.



Elizabeth Barrett:
You love me like that?



Robert Browning:
I love you like that.

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Elizabeth Barrett:
What's another disaster to one who has known little but disaster all her life? But you're a fighter. You were born for victory and triumph. Oh, and if disaster ever came to you through me...



Robert Browning:
Yes, a fighter. But I'm sick of fighting alone. I need a comrade in arms to fight beside me.



Elizabeth Barrett:
But not one already wounded in battle.



Robert Browning:
Wounded but undaunted, unbeaten, unbroken. What finer comrade could a man ask for?

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Edward Moulton-Barrett:
Elizabeth, give me your Bible.



Elizabeth Barrett:
My Bible belonged to Mama. I can't have it used for such a purpose.



Edward Moulton-Barrett:
Give me your Bible.



Elizabeth Barrett:
No.



Edward Moulton-Barrett:
You refuse?



Elizabeth Barrett:
Yes.

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