Published

 

 

 

The Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 5 Volumes (March 2010, Pickering and Chatto, Routledge). Click here to go to The Publishers Site Sandra Donaldson, Project Director and general editor; editorial associate Jane Stewart; editors Rita S. Patteson, Marjorie Stone, and Beverly Taylor; associate editors Simon Avery, Cynthia A. Burgess, Clara Drummond, Barbara Neri, and Elizabeth Woodworth. Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

 

INFINITE FIELD (Dance Drawing), Artist Pages in Performance Research (Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group) Volume 13, No 1 (March 2008) 'On Choreography.' To access this article online go here to the online publications platform for the Taylor & Francis Group.

 

"Cobridme de flores: (Un)covering flowers of Portuguese and Spanish poets in Sonnets from the Portuguese," Victorian Poetry (Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University, Dept. of English.) Volume 44 (Winter 2006). Click here to Access this article online.

 

"Matter of Life & Death (Bolero)." STIMULUS-Respond, # 13 "Food" (August 2006) Cover image and pages 68-72 of online e-zine. Go to the "Matter of Life & Death (Bolero)" page to download a pdf of Neri's article.

 

"Sonnet 1 and Sonnet 2 of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese: Setting the Stage for Divine Reunification." Studies in Browning and His Circle (Waco, Texas: Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University) Volume 26 (September 2005). Contact the Library for copies of this journal.

 

"10 Dream Drawings." Performance Research (Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group) Volume 9, No 1, March 2004. See a pdf of Neri's Artist Pages here.

 

"The Consolation of Poetry." The Drama Review (New York University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Volume 47 Number 3 (T179), Fall 2003. See this issue of TDR at MIT Press Journals and download a copy of Neri's script. Read the Abstract.  Explore The Elizabeth Barrett Browning Project.

 

"A Lineage of Love: The Literary Bloodlines of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnets from The Portuguese." Studies in Browning and His Circle (Waco, Texas: Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University). Volume 23 (May 2000). Contact the Library for copies of this journal.

 

"The Animal Question, an interview with Rachel Rosenthal." P-form (Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago). Number 36 (Summer 1995). (P-form is no longer in print, please contact Ms. Neri for a copy.)

 

"How did the arts get taken from the people?" Agenda (Agenda Publications, Ann Arbor, Michigan). Number 104, July 1995. (Agenda is no longer in print, please contact Ms. Neri for a copy.)

 


Forthcoming

 

 

Sonnets from the Portuguese: a feature length screenplay, ©2016, 2017 Library of Congress and WGAe. Find more information here Sonnets from the Portuguese, and here Barbara Neri's IMDB page..

 

POETS IN LOVE: A book exploring the writing of, and the story behind, Elizabeth Barrett Browning's enduringly popular 44 love sonnets: Sonnets from the Portuguese. Find more information here Sonnets from the Portuguese

 

UNLOCKING DESIRE: A Screenplay adaptation of Barbara Neri's play (©2017, WGAe). Read more about the subject matter here Unlocking Desire.

 

 

 


Unpublished Manuscripts

 

 

Unlocking Desire A Playscript ©2005-2011. Produced by Khoros in Detroit at the Marlene Boll Theater Sept 23-Oct 8, 2011. Read about this performance and other readings and development of Unlocking Desire.

 

She Blinded me with Science: Goethe's 'Theory of Color' and the Embodiment of Sight in Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese. A paper presented at NAVSA (North American Victorian Studies Association) 2010 conference held in Montreal, CA from Nov 11-13.

 

Loving Thee Better After Death: The long afterlife of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese in Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire. Presented on April 3, 2005 at the Victorian Institute Conference, held at UNC, Greensboro.

 

Creating Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Image: What She Wore and What it Means. Presented before a Joint Meeting of the Boston Browning Society & the New England chapter of The Costume Society of America, April 18, 1999 at Prescott House, Beacon Hill, Boston MA. Updated to include EBB's 1858 image, engraved and used for the 4th edition of her Aurora Leigh, and presented at The Armstrong Browning Library February 11, 2012.

 

 

 


Writing about

Barbara Neri

 

 

John Quinn's review of the Detroit production of "Unlocking Desire": Unlocking the Past; Unlocking the Future. Read a review of a reading of "Unlocking Desire" at the Renegade Theater Festival: Helma, Tom, Lansing City Pulse, August 25, 2010. Renegade-Recap.

 

Alison Chapman's review "Revolutionizing Elizabeth Barrett Browning: The complete Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning." Victorian Literature and Culture (2011) 39, Cambridge Univ. Press (605-611). Cites Barbara Neri's contribution to Sonnets from the Portuguese. Read the quote here.

 

Review of "Cobridme de flores: (Un)covering flowers of Portuguese and Spanish poets in Sonnets from the Portuguese." Stone, Marjorie. Victorian Poetry, volume 45 # 3, fall 2007 (267-268).

 

Review of the script for Barbara Neri's one woman show "The Consolation of Poetry."
Stone, Marjorie. Victorian Poetry, vol. 42, no. 3, fall 2004 (340-41).

 

Read a review of Barbara Neri's August 2005 performances of "The Consolation of Poetry" at The Mazer Theater, NY, NY.

 

Review of "A Lineage of Love: The literary bloodlines of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese." Stone, Marjorie. Victorian Poetry, volume 39 # 3, fall 2001 (443).

 

Readers may be able to access the Victorian Poetry reviews at this site: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/victorian_poetry/