Philip Kelley has spent more than 50 years editing the correspondence&nbsp;&ndash; 11,601 letters&nbsp;&ndash; of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. But <strong>don't call him a scholar</strong>

Philip Kelley has spent more than 50 years editing the correspondence&amp;nbsp;&amp;ndash; 11,601 letters&amp;nbsp;&amp;ndash; of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. But don&#39;t call him a
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Philip Kelley has spent more than 50 years editing the correspondence – 11,601 letters – of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. But don't call him a scholar

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